DOWNLOAD NOW! 5 Grant Gotchas

There is grant money waiting for YOU! BUT if you step in a “grant trap,” your application is a NO! Learn the FIVE most common errors to AVOID in government grants! Get the 5 Grant Gotchas now to save you countless hours.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Palliative and end-of-life care grant fund


$11 million has been allocated for one-time grant funding to advance palliative and end-of life care in Alberta.


We recognize that access to appropriate and timely palliative and end-of-life care is important. This is why the Alberta government committed $20 million for palliative and end-of-life care initiatives over a 4-year period to address these priorities:

  • raise public awareness of palliative care and how and when to access it
  • develop effective caregiver supports to support Albertans in their home and community
  • establish and implement palliative care education, training, and standards for health professionals
  • continue to shift from hospital to community-based home and hospice care

Eligible Applicants

Eligible applicants must be a legal entity located in Alberta including:

  • incorporated non-profit organizations or registered charities
  • indigenous organizations
  • post-secondary institutions
  • schools and school boards
  • municipalities
  • incorporated businesses

Eligible Expenses

Eligible applicants must demonstrate that their proposed project aligns with the following criteria:

  1. Project targets at least one of the following palliative and end-of-life care priority areas that support:
    • earlier access
    • education and training
    • community supports and services
    • research and innovation
  2. The project should target at least one of the following priority population groups:
    • pediatric population
    • palliative clients with a non-cancer diagnosis
    • palliative clients experiencing frailty or dementia
    • indigenous population
    • caregivers
    • persons facing structural barriers to access, for example homelessness, poverty
    • new immigrants or those with language or cultural barriers to access
    • persons living in rural or remote communities
    • complex palliative and end-of-life care symptom management
  3. Given the short timelines for this grant opportunity, the project should demonstrate how the funding would either advance existing projects underway or initiate a new project in a timely manner.

Deadline Date

  January 7, 2022


Contact Name: Government of Alberta

E-mail Address:


Go to Top