CJPME is fully committed to supporting campus solidarity work, and offers grants for Palestinian solidarity groups to be able to:
- Expand their existing programs and reach
- Feel less stressed about fundraising, and focus on outreach and education
To apply for a 2023 grant, use this form.
- This year (2023-2024 academic year) CJPME will be offering twelve grants of either $250 or $500 to student groups carrying out Palestinian solidarity work in their campuses/communities
- Grant applications will be accepted until September 24th, 2023 at 11:59 PM.
- Grant applicants may be asked for an in-person interview via Zoom on behalf of their student group as part of the application process.
- Student groups that receive grants will be expected to complete a brief form as part of the application and, if awarded a grant, must provide a brief description of how the grants were used by the group at the end of the academic session/year.
- Grantees will be informed of their selection by Sept. 30, 2023. Grants will be awarded by Oct. 20, 2023.
- Only student groups at post-secondary Canadian institutions are eligible for CJPME student solidarity grants.
- Each student group is eligible for a maximum of one grant per year.
- CJPME reserves the right to deny a grant to a student group without providing an explanation.
Beyond student grants
Even if a group does is not awarded a CJPME grant, CJPME will still do what it can to support the group in other ways.
For example, CJPME can:
- Help publicize student group campaigns
- Provide advice and guidance, and potentially logistical support for campaigns
- Provide the student group with flyers/brochures/documents