Partner Interest Form

If after reviewing Salal’s mission, priorities, considerations, limitations and FAQ, you believe your Project is a great fit, please submit this form.

Applications from Canadian Organizations only.

All fields are required. Each question has a character limit count below the text area field that will appear when you start typing.

We strongly suggest you draft your answers in a working document (e.g. Google or Word doc) and copy the answers into the online form when ready. Here is a link to a (view-only) Google Doc with all the form questions that you can save to your own Google Drive or computer (MS Word) for editing.

This form supports characters and syllabics found in Indigenous Languages in BC.

Please use the following definition of private benefit as context for the next question:

In Canadian tax law, a "private benefit" refers to any advantage or benefit that an individual or a private entity receives directly or indirectly from a charity. It is considered "private" because it serves the personal interests of the individual or entity, rather than serving the broader public interest or the charitable purpose for which the organization is established. Something is an acceptable private benefit if it is incidental to achieving a charitable purpose. (The risk of unacceptable private benefits increases from grants to individuals or for-profit organizations.)

Salal uses the following criteria to determine whether a request is a good fit. Projects do not need to meet all of these criteria, but a strong proposal will address most of them.

Please attach the following (as PDFs), if available

  • Your organization's most recent complete fiscal year's financial statements
  • Proof of registration as a non-profit society (or other type of organization)
  • Your organization's governance documents (charter, by-laws, etc.)
  • OPTIONAL: other documents as relevant (e.g. organization chart, annual report, theory of change, list of links, research report)