Thank you for your interest in the SAYCW Thriving Youth, Thriving Communities Grant.
At this time, SAYCW is not offering this grant program.
The next opportunity to apply for a grant will be posted to this website.
Do you have a great idea to improve the health and well-being of youth in your school and/or community? Consider applying for a SAYCW Thriving Youth, Thriving Communities Grant.
The grant is meant to positively impact youth health and well-being in Saskatchewan by supporting health promoting actions and initiatives at the school and/or community level.
Grants offered can range from $250 to over $10,000. Apply for the level of funding you need!
Grant funds can be spent according to a timeline that best fits your proposed action or initiative.
If you are one of our grant recipients and you are ready to complete your Evaluation Report, please login to your account using the link below. You will be able to access your grant application while you complete your evaluation.
Click here to Complete your SAYCW Grant Evaluation Report
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Support youth and community well-being through the collaborative action of community partners working together. Through evidence, tools and resources, SAYCW supports stakeholders to turn the knowledge gained through the youth health survey into health promoting action.
Youth-focused Mental Health Action Report shines light on challenges and ignites movement for solutions
A new report released this week is bringing attention to mental health challenges faced by more than 10,000 youth across the province—and actions at the grassroots level to ignite change.
This report provides a brief review of the scientific literature on COVID-19 and its effects on youth health, with particular emphasis on mental health. SAYCW shares relevant data from the pre-pandemic, 2019 SAYCW survey – these findings show how stressors and unhealthy behaviours that have been worsened by the pandemic (e.g., worry, connection with others, screen time, etc.) had impacted Saskatchewan youths’ health and well-being prior to the pandemic. Suggested health promotion actions to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and improve youth health and well-being are also shared.