The Indigitization Program supports First Nations and Indigenous communities in B.C through the process of digitizing cultural knowledge stored on at-risk media formats. In the past, this support has included community centered grants and workshops on audio cassette digitization. Several other funding options are available to communities as well.
Workshop Travel Subsidies
Upon request, the Indigitization Program offers travel subsidies for workshops. Find out more about how we can help your community members get to our events.
Audio Cassette Digitization Grant
Starting in 2013, the Indigitization Program funded Audio Cassette Digitization Grants, which included matched funds of up to $10,000 per project and training for community organizations. The Audio Cassette Digitization Grant program is currently on hiatus.
Digitization and Archives Funding
Looking to start a digitization project in your community? Learn more about available digitization and archives funding for First Nations communities.
Indigenous Languages Funding
Several grants and programs available for communities seeking to protect and revitalize Indigenous languages. Learn more about these opportunities, and find out if your community is eligible for funding.
Do you need help navigating the documents required for workshops or grant applications? Use our collection of sample documents to educate and prepare.