APPLICANT RESOURCES

We’ve created some resources to support you in your application. These are designed to help make the application process as straightforward as possible. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. 

Applicant Guide 2024

This is your go-to document to review before submitting an application.  It has all the information about eligible organizations, projects and expenses, as well as some frequently asked questions. 


Download Applicant Guide 2024


FR Applicant Guide 2024

This is your go-to document to review before submitting an application.  It has all the information about eligible organizations, projects and expenses, as well as some frequently asked questions. 


Download FR Applicant Guide 2024


IPRF Engagement Report Summary 2022

Three years into its journey as an Indigenous-led philanthropic organization, the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund( IPRF) is seeking to better understand ways to continue to serve Indigenous communities from coast-to-coast-to-coast beyond the urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic. IPRF is known for meeting communities and organizations where they are at. They take the lead from the people who are on the ground, working with the resources at hand to improve their communities. This engagement report outlines the desire from Indigenous communities across the country to move from pandemic-specific emergency funding to recovery to rebuilding to sustainability towards planning for the future.


Download our 2022 Engagement Report Summary 

Annual Report 2022

From June 2020 through to December 2022, Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund's (IPRF) purpose was to enhance the resilience of Indigenous communities and organizations responding to the urgent needs brought on by the unknown and critical challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2022, IPRF went through ten rounds of application call-outs. IPRF’s commitment to uplifting applicants remained a high priority. IPRF’s community was invited to our Winter Solstice gathering at the end of the year in the presence of the Governor General of Canada, her Excellency, Mary Simon, as the guest speaker. Participants shared their voices and stories, and through these sharings, we heard that our high-touch, and personal approach was appreciated. 

The stories in this year's Annual Report will offer a glimpse of the diversity of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. IPRF has the privilege to uplift and share these stories with you and recognizes that all stories are meaningful. Unfortunately, we cannot share them all, though we wish we could.


Download our 2022 Annual Report

Annual Report 2021

Review our Annual Report from 2021 to learn from past projects and witness their successes. IPRF benefits from a strong and supportive network of partners, champions, and allies, as well as legitimacy in the philanthropic community. As IPRF moves into 2022, we took time to reflect on its path.


Download our 2021 Annual Report

Annual Report 2020

Review our Annual Report from 2020 to learn from past projects and witness their successes. IPRF benefits from a strong and supportive network of partners, champions, and allies, as well as legitimacy in the philanthropic community. As IPRF moves into 2021, we took time to reflect on its path.


Download our 2020 Annual Report