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Johansen Larsen Foundation Grant - Single and Multiyear Grants (Deadline: April 1)

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The Johansen Larsen Foundation is a private charitable foundation that provides grants to organizations that offer programming to enrich the lives of those marginalized in our communities. The Johansen Larsen Foundation provides single year grants (up to $10,000) and multi-year grants (up to $7,500/year for 2 or 3 years).

Each year we only provide funding for programs related to 2 of our focus areas.

We aim to balance our funding between our 2 focus areas each year. We tend to have more applications for our Marginalized Children and Youth focus area than Reconciliation and One Health. For this reason, we encourage applicants to consider building a focus on Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and/or the One Health model into their programming.

2023 Focus Areas: Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and/or the One Health model

Grant Cycle Timeline for single and multi-year grants:

Intent to Apply Form: Due April 1st

Notification of Intent to Apply Decision: By May 1st

Grant Application: Due June 16th


  • Funder

    Johansen Larsen Foundation

  • Start Date

    Mar 13, 2023

  • End Date

    Apr 01, 2023


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