Funding for Members and Non-Member

SGC is committed to support its member groups with funding to promote programs which grow and enhance German-Canadian cultural, traditions, language, community growth and diversity in Saskatchewan.

Member Funding

2021/2022

Check out the Member Funding Guidelines below to see if your group is eligible for funding.


Programs and projects starting between April 1, 2021 and September 30, 2021:

1st half (deadline is February 22, 2021)


Programs and projects starting between October 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022:

2nd half (deadline is September 6, 2021)


Follow-up forms from past years

Youth Funding (non-member)

The SGC Youth Funding Program Mach mit! – Get involved! supports innovative youth projects with a German, Austrian or Swiss. SGC member groups as well as other youth groups are eligible for funding. The Council is also accepting applications from individuals applying on behalf of a group of youth.

Applications for the Macht mit! – Get involved! program will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Successful groups are required to fill in a follow-up form to receive funding.

Travel Funding

The Saskatchewan German Council offers travel funding for performing member groups. The funding that each group receives depends on the number of members performing. The applications for 2021/2022 will be sent out in January 2022.

Costume Funding

The Saskatchewan German Council offers costume funding for performing member groups. The funding that each group receives depends on the number of members performing. The applications for 2021/2022 will be sent out in January 2022.

School Funding

The Saskatchewan German Council supports a network of German language programs in the province to further the development of German language learning.