The Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund is closed until Spring 2024.

Intake 32 applications opened March 1st. Applications are closed on March 22nd at 8 pm EDT. IPRF will not review applications after the close date, so please submit before the deadline.

The week of April 22nd: Decisions will be shared with Applicants.

We accept applications online, by fax, handwritten, video, or orally.

Timeline for 2024

Intake 32 

Applications Open – Friday, March 1st

Applications Closed – Friday, March 22nd

Intake 33

Applications Open – Friday, May 31st

Applications Closed – Friday, June 21st

Intake 34

Applications Open – Friday, Sept. 27

Applications Closed – Friday, October 18

We’ve created an accessible, and easy application process. On this page, you will also find some key information and resources that will be helpful in your application. 

More information is available in the Applicant Guide. We strongly recommend that you read the Applicant Guide and other resources before applying. You can contact us if you have any questions. These materials are available in English, French, and Inuktitut. 

Please sign up for our email update e-list to hear about upcoming applications dates and timelines.


Full eligibility is available in the Applicant Guide. Briefly, any Indigenous-led organization working to foster resilience in Inuit, Metis and First Nations communities anywhere in Canada can apply for resiliency support from $5,000 to $30,000.

Ways to Apply

You can apply in English, French, Inuktitut and Cree. If you are comfortable, we suggest you use the online application portal. Contact us to submit a video or phone application.  Here are the four ways you can submit an application:

On the Phone

With a Video