Applications are now open from November 30th, 2023 – February 29th 2024. 

APPLY NOW: 2024 Grant Application Form

Over the past decade The FIG Fund has supported a wide array of programs throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and prides itself on the diversity of its granting. Our funding comes from the generosity of our many supporters who donate either directly to the Fund or through our various fundraising events. Grants of $5000 are made annually, with a requirement for a report and, where appropriate, pictures to share with our supporters.

If your organization has an idea for a program or an existing one that supports the future potential, safety, physical health, educational needs or emotional well-being of women & girls in our province, we invite you to review the eligibility criteria below and if applicable, complete the 2024 Grant Application Form and return to by February 29th 2024!

To see what types of projects we support, you can also find the list of our previous recipients and read their reports here. These reports constitute heartwarming evidence of the appreciation of support for women and girls in need in our province, and the value of our grants in assisting them through eligible organizations. 

The chosen projects, as selected by The FIG Fund Grants Committee, will be notified and awarded their grants privately, prior to the public announcement at our annual Fete in May. 

While not all applications are successful, the Grants Committee reviews them all and endeavours to ensure diversity in granting throughout the province.

Please feel free to share this message and application with any organizations that may be interested in helping women and girls through The FIG Fund.  

If you have any questions regarding the applications please email us at or

Registered charities, municipalities, and other qualified donees are eligible to apply.  

Please note, the following are not normally eligible for FIG grants:

Political or fraternal organizations, service clubs, or third-party organizations that raise funds for charity.
• Individual pursuits.
• Private (fee-based) elementary or secondary schools.
• Religious organizations, unless they are engaged in a significant project benefiting the entire community.
• Endowment or memorial campaigns.
• Retroactive funding.
• Deficit reduction.
• Fundraising events or golf tournaments.
• Advertising or promotional campaigns.
• The publication of books or production of films.
• Private foundations.
• Medical or scientific research.
• Scholarships or bursaries.