Amplifying Voices

The Amplifying Voices program was designed through consultations with over 60 Indigenous language keepers, experts, broadcasters, and academics to preserve and strengthen Indigenous languages, and is steered by an Indigenous advisory group composed of Indigenous broadcasters, language experts, elders, and authors.

Amplifying Voices provides grants to Indigenous broadcasters to support the production and distribution of Indigenous language programming at a local level. Recipients of this funding will own their content.

The goals of the program are to :

  • Improve Indigenous Language Content produced by Indigenous radio broadcasters
  • Increase Indigenous Language Content produced by Indigenous radio broadcasters
  • Contribute to the preservation, promotion and revitalization of Indigenous languages and cultures
  • Impact the communities served by Indigenous broadcasters

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS

Eligible applicants to the Amplifying Voices program are Indigenous-led not-for-profit organizations who hold a valid CRTC-issued Indigenous Type B radio broadcasting license (as set out in CRTC Public Notice 1990-89).

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Friday, March 7, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. EST.

CONTACT US

Before submitting your application, we encourage you to contact the CRFC to discuss your funding application. Contact Emmanuel Sayer, Programs Director – emmanuel@crfc-fcrc.ca

FUNDING PARTNERS

SUNCOR ENERGY FOUNDATION 

The Suncor Energy Foundation (SEF), embodies our purpose of caring for each other and the Earth by connecting business and community strengths to make a positive difference in society. Through partnerships and relationships with those who are courageously seeking solutions, we help spark change and propel progress for generations ahead.
https://www.suncor.com/en-ca/sustainability/community-investment/suncor-energy-foundation

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INSPIRIT FOUNDATION

Inspirit Foundation works to advance racial, social and economic justice by investing its assets and funding media and arts for change. Inspirit hopes to enable the creation of new narratives that advance pluralism—narratives that challenge discriminatory structures of representation and multiply the array of stories and people we see reflected in television, film, the arts, and journalism. Inspirit does not endorse, influence, edit, or vet journalistic content in advance of or following any publication by its partners.
https://inspiritfoundation.org/