Community Safety Investment (CSI)
The Community Safety Investment Funding Program is an investment funding program that helps the City of Toronto achieve its social, economic and cultural goals by engaging community-based organizations in efforts to reduce violence and increase safety for the most vulnerable groups in Toronto.
The Community Safety Investment (CSI) program provides short term funding for outcome focused activities that build community capacity for violence prevention and increase safety for the most vulnerable groups in Toronto. The two primary goals of this funding program are:
- to increase access to information, skills and supports that prevent violence and increase safety; and
- sto increase the capacity to address systemic causes of violence.
The documents below were used for the 2013 funding cycle and are provided for information only.
|Community Safety Investment Program guidelines|
|Project Self-Assessment||Microsoft Word|
|Project submission questions (information only)|
|Applicant profile questions (information only)|
|Declaration of a Non-discrimination Policy||Microsoft Word|
|Organization budget (to be completed and attached to online application profile)||Microsoft Excel|
|Working with a trustee guide|
City of Toronto policies
|Detailed Chart of Accounts|
|Toronto Grants Policy|
|City of Toronto Grants Policy Anti-Racism, Access and Equity Policy and Guidelines|
|City of Toronto Policy on Political Activities|
|City of Toronto Conflict of Interest Policy for Staff||HTML|
Contact staff if you have any questions or to discuss your group's Community Safety project idea. Staff can be reached at 416-392-9125 or by e-mail at email@example.com. If your group receives Community Service Partnership (CSP) funding from the City please contact your Agency Review Officer directly.
Community Safety Investment Grants for 2012
View the funding decisions for the Community Safety Investment Program in 2012:
- Community Safety Investment Program - 2012 Allocation Recommendations
- Community Safety Investment Program - 2012 Appeal Funding Allocations (PDF)
Information for funded groups
Please contact your Agency Review Officer if you have any questions about your project activities, the grant or the reporting requirements.
All reports for 2012 grant recipients are to be submitted using the online grant system by the deadline dates listed below.
|Project progress report due date:||February 1, 2013|
|Project final report due date:||October 31, 2013|
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