The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is offering grant funding for language-focused gatherings that bring together First Nations communities and organizations in B.C. to share about their current and future language revitalization projects and plans.
The Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP) is a one-on-one language immersion program to facilitate the development of fluent speakers of B.C. First Nations languages. Fluent speakers are partnered with committed learners in an immersion environment.
The Indigenous Healing and Rebuilding funding stream provides one-time grants to support projects that use holistic approaches to address healing and rebuilding of Indigenous families, individuals, and/or communities
BCLI grants projects to revitalize BC First Nations languages including Immersion programming (children or adults), traditional and cultural language programming, documentation/recording/digitization, materials development, FirstVoices development, language planning.
Offer funding to communities, organizations, individuals and language groups in two areas: Arts Grants: Emerging Individual Artists, Organizations and Collectives, Sharing Traditional Arts, and Aboriginal Arts Administrator Internships; Language Grants: B.C. First Nations' communities/governments/bands/Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Cultural, Language and Education Centres (e.g. Friendship Centres).