Under the terms of the RRFNT Agreement, the Community Fund Trustees have the responsibility of identifying expenditures beneficial to the RRFN membership.
Recommending the funding of those expenditures from the assets of the RRFNT.
We have fillable application PDF forms available on our Website.
Trust application form for projects under $2,500 and another for projects that are over $2,500.
You will also find resources like forms and guidelines.
Call for Proposals
The trust is currently looking for proposals that can benefit the community.
The RRFNT also has many workshops and learning opportunities available to support your submission and ensure your project success.
2014 Project Submissions
From January 1, 2014 to May 23, 2014 the Rainy River First Nations Trust has received a total of 9 project submissions.
Of these 9 submissions, 7 were apporoved for funding, 2 are currently moving through the review process.
2013 Project Submissions
From January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013 the Rainy River First Nations Trust has received a total of 33 project submissions.
Of these 33 submissions, 23 were apporoved for funding, 7 are awaiting resubmission based on requests for further information, and 3 were not approved.
2012 Project Submissions
From January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012 the Rainy River First Nations Trust has received a total of 16 project submissions.
A total of 15 submissions were approved for funding in 2012 with one submission being tabled until January of 2013 (Project #16-2013 – Summer Pow Wow for 2013), at which time it was approved.