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    Children Running - Ontario Trillium Foundation

    FEATURED GRANT:

    Grants Ontario provides you with one-window access to information about grants that are available to you, how to apply for grants and how to check the status of your application. Grants applications will now completed on-line – including this round of HCF grants. Grants Ontario makes applying for a grant easy. Enter your organization's information once and it will remain safe and secure, ready for you to access any time you want to apply for a grant – regardless of whether you're applying for one grant or multiple grants.

    You will need to complete the enrolment process on the new Grants Ontario web portal before applying. Please click here to access Grants Ontario.

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    S'cool Life Fund

    The S’Cool Life Fund provides grants for D.R.E.A.M.S. (Drama, Recreation, Extra-Curricular, Arts, Music, or Sports) projects across the country, helping to make school life more enjoyable for thousands of public elementary school kids (K-8).
    Deadline:  March 31st, 2017
    Type: funding
    Website Link - S'cool Life Fund

    ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Grant

    After great success, the 10-year $10 million partnership between Coca-Cola Canada and ParticipACTION to support the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge program will wind down by March 31, 2017. We want to support your initiatives with remaining funds and final applications are now being accepted.
    Deadline:  March 31st, 2017
    Type: funding
    Website Link - ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Grant

    ParticipACTION 150 Play List Micro Grant

    Did you know that if you register a ParticipACTION 150 Play List event or program, you can be eligible to receive an Event Celebration Kit or micro-grant to support your initiative? Register an event today to avoid missing out! The first round of micro-grant applications are due by February 8. The next round are due by April 24, and the third and final round are due by August 21 (pending remaining funds). You will receive an email if your application was successful within a month of the deadline.
    Deadline:  August 21st, 2017
    Type: funding
    Website Link - ParticipACTION 150 Play List Micro Grant

    Mountain Equipment Co-op

    Provide funding for outcome-oriented projects that focus on conserving ecologically or recreationally important places or outcome-oriented projects that focus on inspiring and enabling people to experience nature and be active outdoors in one or more of the following core activities that MEC supports: cycling, hiking, camping, running, climbing, paddling, yoga, skiing and snowshoeing.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Mountain Equipment Co-op

    Blue Water Project Leadership Grants - Royal Bank of Canada

    The RBC Blue Water Project is a wide-ranging program dedicated to protecting the world's most precious natural resource: fresh water. We support initiatives that help protect water in our growing towns and cities. We also promote responsible water use with our employees and clients, are committed to reducing the intensity of our own water footprint and encourage the growth of water businesses.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Blue Water Project Leadership Grants - Royal Bank of Canada

    Canadian Paralympic Committee

    The Paralympic Sport Development Fund targets initiatives designed to enhance support for development initiatives in areas such as athlete recruitment, coaching, competition, daily training environments and equipment. Application deadline is February 17, 2017.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Canadian Paralympic Committee

    Aviva Canada

    Aviva Canada, one of the country's leading providers of home, auto, recreational vehicle, group and business insurance. The company offers $1 million to encourage Canadians to lead, empower and support community initiatives across the country. Whether it's a project that will help get at-risk youth off the street and back into school, or other ways to extend a hand to those in need, the Aviva Community Fund enables individuals and groups to not only submit a community initiative for funding, but also become actively involved in making change happen.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Aviva Canada

    Partnership Project - Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

    Minstrey of Citizenship and Immigration - Partnership Project Grants. The program supports projects of one to three years that are aimed at making a significant impact on Ontario's not-for-profit sector. The grants are aimed at projects that build capacity in the sector in areas such as communications, coordinated service delivery, volunteer management, training and governance
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Partnership Project - Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

    Molson Coors Canada

    Molson Coors Brewing Company invests in the communities where they do business, supporting activities that engage people in active and healthy activities that improve their communities.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Molson Coors Canada

    Allstate Foundation

    Charities and not-for-profit organizations that are involved in a variety of activities or educational initiatives around road safety, crime prevention, and home safety.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Allstate Foundation

    Royal Bank of Canada-Youth Mental Health Project

    Funds programs that address youth and family’s immediate need to access mental health services, a critical area identified by parents, youth and experts in the field. We have chosen to focus our funding on two areas where we believe our support can make the biggest difference: Navigation programs and Technology based solutions.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Royal Bank of Canada-Youth Mental Health Project

    Bell-Let’s Talk Community Fund

    The Community Fund supports projects that improve access to mental health care, supports and services for people in Canada.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Bell-Let’s Talk Community Fund

    Royal Bank of Canada-Learn to Play

    Grants are awarded to community groups that are developing or implementing action plans to transform the way sport and physical activities are planned and delivered, such as programs that makes sports available for new immigrant youth.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Royal Bank of Canada-Learn to Play

    Ontario Trillium Foundation

    The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), is one of Canada’s leading grant-making foundations and is an agency of the Government of Ontario. OTF is a catalyst that enables Ontarians to work together to enhance the quality of life in their communities. They believe that communities across Ontario are rich in talent, creativity and drive, and our grants stimulate communities to build on these assets. Submission deadlines vary.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Ontario Trillium Foundation

    Toronto Pearson - Community Engagement - Propeller Project, Community Investment Fund

    Funding opportunities for nonprofit organizations through the Propeller Project, the signature community investment program at Toronto Pearson. The Uplift Fund helps our neighbours bridge the gaps they face in securing meaningful employment and supports initiatives that focus on research, advocacy and programming in the employment sector. The Nest Fund supports a select number of initiatives in local neighbourhoods that create stronger, healthier and happier communities with priorities in: environment, community vitality (eg. parks or playgrounds, community-building activities, accessibility enhancements) and employment.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Toronto Pearson - Community Engagement - Propeller Project, Community Investment Fund

    Government of Canada - Canadian Heritage

    Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Funding provided includes programs that support culture, history, heritage, sport and official languages in Canada.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Government of Canada - Canadian Heritage

    Nature Canada

    Designed to teach young Canadians to become active and responsible environmental stewards through learning experiences offered by naturalists in Canada's natural parks. Not-for-profit organizations in Canada such as community groups, environmental groups, charities, and schools are eligible to apply, and priority is given to environmental education projects that take place in national and provincial parks, national historic sites with large natural areas and national marine conservation areas. Proposals are usually due in December each year.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: Heritage
    Website Link - Nature Canada

    Energy Partnerships Program (EPP)

    The IESO’s Energy Partnerships Program (EPP) promotes broad participation in Ontario’s energy sector by providing funding support to Indigenous communities, co-operatives, municipalities and public sector entities to develop energy projects. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Energy Partnerships Program (EPP)

    Government of Canada

    Funding for renovating of facilities and providing information/communication technologies to make our communities more accessible.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Government of Canada

    Canada Dry Mott's-Random Acts of Play Grant

    Random Acts of Play is a program that helps facilitate play and healthy, active lifestyles for children all across Canada by donating sports activity equipment to community groups and schools.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Canada Dry Mott's-Random Acts of Play Grant

    GoodLife Kids Foundation (GLKF)

    GoodLife Kids Foundation raises funds to support national, provincial and local programs that provide ongoing physical activity opportunities for kids and remove some of the barriers currently holding children back from living a healthy life.
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - GoodLife Kids Foundation (GLKF)

    Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

    The purpose of the fund is to inspire and encourage people to become involved in species at risk recovery, and build on the good work already done by groups and individuals. Three eligible activity categories have been established for the Species at Risk Stewardship Fund to implement recovery actions including those stated within existing Government Response Statements and/or recommended approaches as stated within draft or final Recovery Strategies: Management and Planning Surveys, inventories and monitoring Outreach and awareness The Stewardship Fund is open to individuals and groups across the province, including: Landowners Farmers Aboriginal peoples Academic institutions Conservation organizations Individual Businesses Industries Municipal and local governments Non-government organizations
    Deadline:  January 1st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

    Canadian Geological Foundation

    For more than 40 years, The Canadian Geological Foundation has played a key role in sustaining geoscience education, outreach and awareness across the country. Supports charitable and educational initiatives in the education of students and all phases of study, research and dissemination of knowledge relating to the science of geology. Deadline: March 31st of every year
    Deadline:  March 31st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Canadian Geological Foundation

    Environment Canada-EcoAction Community Fund

    Provides financial support to community groups that have measurable, positive impacts on the environment. Funded projects promote the participation of local communities to address clean air, climate change, clean water, and nature to protect, rehabilitate or enhance the natural environment. Non-profit groups and organizations are eligible. Projects may be located anywhere in Canada. For more info: Email: ecoaction@ec.gc.ca
    Deadline:  December 31st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Environment Canada-EcoAction Community Fund

    BMO

    BMO Financial Group’s support focuses on social responsibility in the communities it serves. Traditionally, it focuses on specific projects or programmes that add value to the scope of services offered by an organization in the following areas: Education, Hospitals, Health and Research, Civic and Community Services, Arts and Culture.
    Deadline:  December 31st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - BMO

    Government of Ontario - Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund

    The Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund provides grants to community groups for grassroots activities such as cleaning up a beach or shoreline, restoring a wetland, or creating a coastal or riverside trail. Nonprofit groups such as service clubs, environmental groups and scout troops are eligible. The program provides up to $25,000 per project for local actions to protect the Great Lakes and the streams that flow into them.
    Deadline:  December 31st, 2020
    Type: funding
    Website Link - Government of Ontario - Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund

     

     


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