Grant Program

Training Week 2014. L-R: Pauline Hawkins (Tahltan Central Council), Ryan Dennis (Tahltan Central Council)

Training Week 2018. L-R: Sarah Dupont (Métis, UBC), Daniel Dick (Liard First Nation), Helen Loots, Gerry Lawson (Heiltsuk, MOA), Victor Washington (Cowichan First Nation)










Indigitization supports First Nations and Indigenous communities in B.C  through the process of digitizing cultural knowledge stored on at-risk audio cassettes. It offers matching funds of up to $10,000 per project and training for community organizations during the digitization process. The program also provides an online toolkit which can be used by any First Nations communities wishing to engage in digitization.

Indigitization does not require digitized materials to be made publicly available, but encourages accessibility where appropriate.

Please visit the application guidelines for more information about the grant and how to apply.

2018 Indigitization Grant Program applications are now closed. Applicants will hear back from us by mid-April with the results of their application. Please check back in fall 2018 for our 2019 grant application information.

Interested in previous projects funded by the Indigitization Grant Program?
Visit Community Projects for project descriptions.