The Crime Prevention Association of New Brunswick is offering a Community Crime Prevention Grant. The funding opportunity is being provided in the form of a Grant and is available to eligible communities and community crime prevention initiatives in New Brunswick.
Applications are to be filled out completely with all details relevant to the project.
Applications are to be submitted to cPANB via email.
Applications are to be reviewed by CPANB sub committee members.
Recommended projects will be submitted to the CPANB Board for approval.
CPANB will inform the applying Committee of approval or modifications required.
TERMS OF REFERENCE:
Projects must follow the CPANB Social Value Statement by striving to: build safe and healthy communities through cross sector partnerships to advance knowledge transfer, research, and best practices
Projects must recognize it's partnership with CPANB, either by visual logos or text on brochures, booklets, promotional materials, etc.
The project must promote crime prevention initiatives within the province of New Brunswick.
The project sponsor must submit a final report outlining the progress and outcomes of the project. The final report will be due no later than 2 months after the completion of the project and should be sent to the CPANB email address, noted below.
All promotional items, ads, scripts, visuals, etc., must be submitted to CPANB for approval by committee members prior to their use.
CPANB reserves the rights to use the project and or items created in order to be reproduced and/or modified for other regions/committees/organizations for future marketing and promotional purposes.
The project sponsor must indemnify CPANB from all claims, demands, actions, and causes of action of third parties that may arise from the project.
Snider Mountain's New Horizons Program for potentially at-risk youth provides learning opportunities for students, including skills development and entrepreneurship.
CHIPMAN YOUTH CENTRE
The Chipman Youth Centre has committed over 20 years of outstanding crime prevention work. The Chipman Youth Centre houses the Respect Program, the LIFT Program, Adopt-A-Grandparent, Village Summer Sports Program and Summer Camps.
WAVE OF YOUTH
CHILD EXPLOITATION TASK FORCE
The Crime Prevention Association proudly supports the Child Exploitation Task Force.
The Crime Prevention Association of New Brunswick funded Wave of Youth, a summer camp for youth in the Grand Lake area.
RÉSEAU DES MAISONS D'HÉBERGEMENT BILINGUE
CPANB proudly supports Réseau des Maisons d'hébergement bilingue.
2019 KENNEBECASIS REGIONAL POLICE FORCE BIKE RODEO
On June 8, the KRPF organized a bike rodeo to educate children about bike safety and their parents on the dangers of impaired driving
LOVE SHOULDN'T HURT
Love Should't Hurt is a campaign which aims to inform New Brunswickers about intimate partner violence and where they can access help. CPANB proudly supports Love Shouldn't Hurt Champion initiatives.
NB SOUTH CENTRAL COALITION OF TRANSITION HOUSES
CPANB was proud to support the NB South Central Coalition for Transition Houses.
PATHWAYS TO EDUCATION
Pathways to Education is a program from the Teen Resource Centre intended to build leadership skills to encourage youth in the Saint John area to finish high school and pursue further education.
The MADD Dash
Students and community members participated in the MADD Dash at Hampton High School, which raised awareness of the dangers of impaired and distracted driving.