If your project is approved for funding, you will receive an email from our Executive Director along with an electronic contract to sign. You will also be assigned with a Google Drive folder in which you will find all relevant documents – including reimbursement requests for project expenses.

Furthermore, you will have access to SAF resources including promotion and outreach through our social media and website, workspace/meeting space, financial/budgeting help, networking opportunities, and more.

You will be required to submit a midterm and final report (for shorter projects, you may only be required to submit a final report) to SAF clearly stating progress of your project and the results of your metrics tracking. Failure to report is a breach of contract and you risk being denied access to remaining funds or being required to repay to SAF any funds already disbursed.


Need a bit of help finding the right resources for your student-led project?
Take a look at our useful list, you just might find the information you need!

CUCCR (pronounced “sucker”) is a Concordia wide initiative that collects and diverts usable materials from the university waste-stream, making them available to the Concordia Community in one central location: Hall Building H 013-7. Students, faculty, and community organizations can access these materials at no cost, reducing material budgets and initiating awareness and action about the environmental impact of consumption and waste.

The Notebook Project

Sustainable Resource Library
The Sustainable Concordia Resource Centre is a free library that is committed to fulfilling the Sustainable Concordia mandate, which aims to promote ecological health, social justice, and economic equality. Located on the 3rd floor of the Z-Annex (2090 Mackay St.), library membership is free of charge and open to everyone, including those who are not students at Concordia. All you have to do is fill out a membership form located in the library!

Rubiks offers printing on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, bamboo banner stands, 100% biodegrable and 100% recyclable foamcore and printing with vegetable-based inks.

Concordia Co-op Bookstore
The Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore is a not-for-profit alternative to corporate bookstores, located right on Concordia’s downtown campus at 2150 Bishop St. Offering both new and used books, they also offer a wide selection of gifts including t-shirts, bags, greeting cards and more.

Le Frigo Vert
The Frigo Vert is a collectively run, not-for-profit health food store located at 1440 Mackay St. With a mandate to address student poverty and food security, it offers natural and organic food, home and body products on the cheap. Along with bulk food, fresh produce, and other groceries, Le Frigo Vert sells 50¢ coffee, 60¢ samosas, and other affordable lunch items and snacks. Almost everything in the store is vegan, and there are always some gluten-free food options available.

Take a look at our financial templates and/or attend one of our financial literacy workshops!

Contact our savvy financial coordinator to discuss short- and long-term budgeting possibilities. He can help you plan for the long-term financial sustainability of your project!

CSU Special Projects Fund – Concordia Students’ Union
Funds are available to groups and individuals to allow them to pursue projects that would benefit the Concordia community. This is a very broad category. If you can sell it to ‘em, they’ll fund it.

Concordia Council on Student Life, Concordia University – Dean of Students Office
The Concordia Council on Student Life (CCSL) has funds available to students and student groups for projects that enhance student life on campus.

Concordia Undergraduate Students Research Awards Program (CUSRA)
The goal of the awards is to stimulate interest in research, participatory research, or research-creation work that will complement undergraduate coursework and enhance preparation for graduate studies or research-related careers.

GSA Special Projects Fund – Concordia Graduate Student Association
The GSA offers funds to support projects that enhance and enrich the social and academic lives of its membership. Projects that are designed for this purpose would ideally benefit as many students from as many diverse departments as possible.

FundOne – Advancement & Alumni Relations
Where Concordians and donors meet. FundOne brings together Concordians who have an idea and a plan — but not the means — and donors want to make a difference in a specific way. This crowdfunding platform enables students and researchers to promote and secure funding for their projects.

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC)
Aimed at supporting the late-stage development and pre-commercial demonstration of clean technology solutions: products and processes that contribute to clean air, clean water and clean land, that address climate change and improve the productivity and the global competitiveness of the Canadian industry.

Community Grants Program, Foundation of Greater Montreal
The purpose of our Grants Program is to provide funding for projects or program-based initiatives that aim to improve the quality of life in Greater Montreal, in the areas of culture, education, environment and sustainable development, physical and mental health, and social development.

Fonds d’action québécois pour le développement durable
Soutenir des actions concrètes visant des changements de comportements favorables au développement durable du Québec.

Fondation Hydro Quebec pour l’Environnement
Focuses on environmental projects that reflect the willingness of local communities to manage responsibly and sustainable natural habitats on which they are likely to leave their footprints.

Le Fonds Eco IGA
Financial grants to municipalities, MRC, teaching institutions and environmental organizations to carry out environmental projects.