Wellbeing Grant Allocation Panel

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2017

2016

Meeting date Agenda Minutes
December 12, 2016 Agenda Not applicable
December 7, 2016meeting location details Cancelled Cancelled
December 5, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 21, 2016meeting location details Agenda Not applicable
November 14, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 9, 2016meeting location details Cancelled Cancelled
November 7, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 2, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
October 31, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
October 19, 2016meeting location details Agenda Minutes
February 10, 2016meeting location details Not applicable Not applicable
January 27, 2016meeting location details Agenda Not applicable

2015

Meeting date Agenda Minutes
December 16, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
December 14, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
December 9, 2015meeting location details  Not applicable  Not applicable
December 7, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
December 2, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 30, 2015meeting location details  Not applicable  Not applicable
November 25, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 23, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
November 16, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
October 21, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes
October 7, 2015meeting location details Agenda Minutes

Wellbeing Grant Allocation Panel

The Wellbeing Grant Allocation Panel has Council-delegated authority to allocate annual Wellbeing Grant Program funding to eligible community benefit organizations whose work positively impacts on the wellbeing of Guelph as a whole, its neighbourhoods and individuals.

The Wellbeing Grant Allocation Panel is responsible for:

  • On behalf of the City, allocating City funds to eligible organizations that will contribute to the achievement of the community’s wellbeing goals
  • Providing objective, consistent and transparent assessment of all applications submitted to the City’s Wellbeing Grant Program
  • Supporting the City to effectively assess and communicate the community impact of the City’s grant program

The Panel meets a minimum of eight (8) meetings per year. The majority of these meetings take place between September and February.  Meetings are not open to the Public.

302 KBGrants Panel Terms of Reference