City of Windsor’s Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund (ACHF) Grants – Round 1 for 2024
The City of Windsor is accepting applications for the first of two 2024 funding rounds for the Arts,...

The City of Windsor is accepting
applications for the first of two 2024 funding rounds for the Arts, Culture
& Heritage Fund (ACHF) grant program. This funding stream awards project
grants to deserving individuals and cultural organizations to help stimulate
creative and economic growth in Windsor, contributing to a prosperous economy
and to making Windsor an attractive and affordable place to live. Completion of
funded projects often results in assets, products, programs and initiatives
being available for public engagement. From films to photography collections,
novels to performances, exhibitions to virtual programs, the ACHF makes a
difference in the community by supporting local, innovative and creative works
and initiatives.Funds Available: Once again this year, $118,000 will be awarded,
with $59,000 available in each of two funding rounds. To date, the ACHF program
has awarded $950,000 in grant funding to 436 individual arts, culture and
heritage projects in Windsor.2024 Funding Rounds Set: The ACHF program is fully accessible through
the online platform at The application link goes live when
each application round opens. Applicants have the ability to complete the
application, attach supporting documents and materials, and submit and receive
confirmation of their submission online.-ACHF 2024 Round 1: Applications accepted from Monday, January 15, 2024, to Friday,
February 9, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.-ACHF 2024 Round 2: Applications accepted from Monday, June 24, 2024, to Friday, July 19,
2024, at 5:00 p.m.Mandatory Consultation: In order to be considered, applicants must be
residents of Windsor and consult with Culture staff prior to submitting a
project for funding, and before the application deadline. Consultations are
conducted via email, once application rounds open, and help ensure applicants
and projects meet program eligibility requirements in advance of applicants
taking time to complete an application. Interested applicants should email for a consultation.Virtual Public Information Session: To
assist first-time ACHF applicants, a virtual public information session will be
offered Wednesday, January 24, 2024, at 5:30 p.m. During this session, a
program coordinator will review the guidelines, key priorities and objectives,
and the application and adjudication process. Attendance is not mandatory,
and this session is intended for first-time applicants only. Those wishing to
attend will need to RSVP to receive a link and password to facilitate
participation. Please RSVP to by email.Visit Us Online: Further details on the ACHF program objectives,
application process, eligibility requirements, consultations and current
deadlines are available online at To learn more about culture and
heritage services at the City of Windsor, visit or contact 311.