Bursaries & Scholarships

Occasionally CAGP and other organizations offer bursaries, grants or scholarships to those working within the gift planning/fundraising sector that can be used to support those with tight budgets to access education and professional development. Visit this page regularly to see what opportunities are currently available.


CAGP Conference Bursaries

Many of the CAGP Chapters offer bursaries to members, allowing them the opportunity to attend the Conference when they might otherwise not have the financial means to do so. The intent of the CAGP bursary program is to provide opportunities for development professionals to go to the CAGP National Conference who would otherwise not be able to attend. 

The bursary process for the 2018 Conference will open in December 2017.

Visit the CAGP Conference website to see the qualifications, terms & conditions.


AFP Foundation for Philanthropy Scholarships

The AFP Foundation for Philanthropy—Canada offers Canadian fundraising professionals working for charitable and non-profit organizations the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in fundraising.

Financial scholarships, up to a maximum of $1000, are being offered to cover registration and travel costs for educational programs at the local, national and/or international level.

These scholarship opportunities are available twice/year - deadlines are March and September. The Next Scholarship Deadline is March 2018. The application process for this scholarship is not currently open.

Visit the AFP Foundation of Philanthropy - Canada website to get details about how you can apply for this opportunity.


Canada-Ontario Job Grant

pcpi.jpgIf you are an Ontario-based nonprofit organization with fewer than 50 employees, you could qualify for a grant that could fund up to 80% of your training costs - including training with CAGP!

PCPI (Progress Career Planning Institute) is a not-for-profit, business focused organization. Its mission is to offer career development services for people to realize their full potential by providing Career Development and HR business solutions, products and services designed to improve performance in a multicultural environment. PCPI can assist you with your application to the Canada-Ontario Job Grant

The Canada-Ontario Job Grant facilitates a cost-shared investment by employers and the government in skills training.

The Canada-Ontario Job Grant will fund, on average, two thirds of a worker’s eligible training costs. As the employer, you contribute the remaining costs, and employ the worker you train.

For more details, please click on the following link: COJG MTCU website