Non-Profit Funding Organizations

Aboriginal Community Grants Program

Funds community facilities (community centres, small businesses, friendship centres, that provide a delivery point for community/business services - Funds may be up to 75% of funding cost (max $300,000), for communities accessible by air up to $500, 000 without exceeding 75% max may be considered.

Tim SunAboriginal Program Advisor Aboriginal Community Capital Grants Program, Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs Tel: 416 314 7217

First Nations, Aboriginal non-profit corporations and Metis Nation of Ontario (MNO) charter communities sponsored by MNO Secretariat are eligible

Agriculture Adaptation Council 12

CanAdvance funding administered on behalf of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Grants and alternative financing (loans). Fair cost sharing required; support should not exceed 50% of eligible activities, In kind contributions accepted for not-for profit organizations only

Agricultural Adaptation CouncilOntario AgriCentreSuite 103, 100 Stone Rd WGuelph, ON N1G 5L3

Telephone: 519-822-7554Fax: 519-822-6248

Aboriginal groups, not-for profit organizations and associations, universities, colleges, cooperatives, marketing boards.

Canada Ontario Resource Development Agreement (CORDA)

Promotes resource and economic development initiatives of First Nations populations by providing financial assistance to develop and utilize renewable natural resources Maximum $35,000 Funded

CORDA Office 123 Paudash Street RR 2, Keene ONK0L 2G0 T: 705 295 7116F: 705 295 4424 email:

First Nations, their members and organizations and Treaty organizations in Ontario are eligible

First Nations and Inuit Science Tech. Program

Promotes science and technology as an education/career choice and supports development of enhanced essential employability skillsParticipants must work in conjunction with the Band council and with First Nations and Inuit communities

Youth Employment Strategy1 800 662 6232

First Nations, Inuit and non profit organizations.

First Nations and Inuit Summer Employment First Nations and Inuit Work experience program

Supports skill acquisition through provision of wage subsidies for short-term work experience, assists First Nations secondary, post-secondary students to prepare for entry to labour market. The non-profit sector is eligible to receive a contribution of up to 100% of applicable wage plus mandatory employment costs. Where a person with a disability is hired, a max. contribution of $3,000 per participant available; for special equipment and accommodating facilities

Youth Employment Strategy1 800 662 6232

First Nations and Inuit governments and non-profit organizations. Participants must work in conjunctions with the Band Council and with First Nations/Inuit Communities Between the ages of 15-30

Henry White Kinnear Foundation

The Foundation's stated purpose is charitable giving. Funding interests include arts and culture, crafts, universities, hospitals, medical research, AIDS research, museums, child development, physically disabled children, First Peoples, family services, the environment

Arthur R.A. Scace, DirectorTD Bank Tower, Suite 4700Toronto, ON M5K 1E6Phone: (416) 601-7500Fax: (416) 601-8247

There is no deadline to apply, funding values varies depending on scope of project

CanAdapt Program

The CanAdapt program is designed to help Ontario's agriculture, agri-food industry and rural communities adapt and grow in a rapidly changing world economy. Focus is placed on food safety, environmental sustainability, marketing and competitiveness, human resources and rural development, innovation and adaption

Agricultural Adaptation CouncilOntario AgriCentre 100 Stone Rd, Guelph

Telephone: 519-822-7554

Fax: 519-822-6248

Not-for profit organizations and associations; universities, colleges, cooperatives, marketing boards, Aboriginal groups; individuals & not-for profits, Only Canadian Applicants are eligible

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund (NOHFC)

Projects must aim at building strong communities with consideration to communities in Northern Ontario NOHFC offers six unique programs aimed to create sustainable jobs for N.Ontario; Enterprises North Job Creation, Infrastructure and Community Development, Emerging Technology, Youth Internship and Co-Op, Northern Energy and Northern Ontario Young Entrepreneur

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation70 Foster Drive, Suite 200

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

P6A 6V8

fax: 1-705-945-6701


Private/Public partnerships, federal government, government-related agencies, First Nations and not-for profit groups eligible for funding

The Ontario Trillium Foundation

Grants are made that province-wide impact as well as grants in local communities across Ontario. Fund capital, operating and/or specific project costs for Arts/Culture, Environment, recreation and Human/Social Services Three types of Funding Available; Operating Grants: for a programs ongoing costs, single/multi year, not to exceed max. five years (as for all programs funded). Project Grants: one time activates with defined time frame (i.e., sport events - track day), Capital Grants - renovations and equipment costs, encouraged are projects that enhance community space, accessibility and energy efficiency

The Ontario Trillium Foundation45 Charles Street East, 5th FlToronto ON , M4Y 1S2



TTY: 416.963.7905

Fax: 416.963.8781

Not-for profit organizations and agencies can apply for capital grants up to a maximum of $150,000.

Sir Joesph Flavelle Foundation

Purpose is to provide funding with preference for seed and project funding, to organizations in Ontario which are involved in projects directly supporting their community. Preference given to registered charitable organizations in Ontario, where projects directly support interests of that community.Grants range from $500 - $2,500

Sir Joseph Flavelle Foundationc/o Scotiatrust

130 King Street West , 20th Fl,

P.O. Box 430, Stn 1st Canadian Place

Toronto ON M5X 1K1

Tel.: (416) 933-2257


The arts, children, community services, the environment, First Nations, social issues and special needs groups. Grants not made to individuals, hospitals, universities or associations and will not fund capital or building funds, operating budgets or salaries.

Laidlaw Foundation

Development of children and youth in the arts and environment. Projects funded include those that enhance sustainability and well being of the environment and youth/children, Including community development and reduction of pollutants. Youth- Led Initiatives funded: 1) C atalyst Grants: up to $5000, small 'seed grants' to conduct research, pilot a strategy and/or respond to a time sensitive situation. 2) Project Grants: up to $50,000, Youth in community defined an area they want to take action on and have clear/strong strategies for moving forward, 12-18 mos. (i.e., Site 41 dumpsite)

Laidlaw Foundation 365 Bloor Street East Suite 2000

Toronto ONM4W 3L4

Tel: (416) 964-3614

Fax: (416) 975-1428


Non-profit, charitable organizations in Ontario are eligibleProjects must be youth-initiated, organized and implemented, age range of 14-25 Please contact Ana Skinner at 416-964-3614 or askinner@laidlawfdn.orgto discusseligibility

Learning Grounds Grants & Awards of Excellence

Partners with funders to provide financial support to publicly-funded Canadian Schools (jk-gr.12) and not-for profit daycares who want to undertake greening and food garden projects Grants aid in school ground naturalization projects that turn asphalt and turf grounds into educational resources by planting trees, shrubs, wildflowers, school vegetable gardens

355 Adelaide Street West, Fifth FloorToronto, Ontario

M5V 1S2

T 416-596-1495

F 416-596-1443

Elementary, Middle, secondary publicly-funded Canadian & First Nation schools. All public Schools eligible to receive $500-$2000 based on services and daycares eligible to receive $500-$1000, as long as publicly funded.

Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation

Areas of Interest Include: The Canadian North: support research and education projects that increase Northern peoples' ability to participate and help shape public policy. Fresh Water Resource Protection: supports development of legal, regulatory and citizen action framework for purpose of protecting fresh water resources for future generations. Global Citizenship: increase opportunities for Canadians to seek constructive ways to impact most pressing global challenges

11 Church Street, Ste. 400Toronto, ON M5E 1W1

Ph: 416-601-4776

Fax: 416-601-1689

Funds ventures that seeks to make an impact on the future of Canada, those non-profit organizations North of the 60th parallel

The Atkinson Foundation (in Collaboration with North-South Partnership)

Early Childhood Education and Development - Innovative projects that demonstrate how to improve the futures of children and youth at risk through more effective early years programming and policiesEconomic Justice - Innovative projects--including community organizing, research and educational activities--that foster community and policy capacity to reduce poverty.


One Yonge Street, 15th Floor Toronto, Ontario M5E 1E5

Tel: (416) 368-5152

Fax: (416) 865-3619

Funds economic and social opportunities of Ontario's disadvantaged people and interested in ideas and projects that challenge current attitudes, policies and approaches.Will only fund registered charities will not provide funds for capital expenses/deficit, core funding or operating costs for an activity. Call organization to set up submission of proposal/letter of intent

The Branscombe Family Foundation

The foundation aims to fund graduating secondary students with hopes of improving the quality of healthcare and social programs within the Niagara region.

The Branscombe Family Foundation4785 Drummond RoadNiagara Falls, ONL2E 6C8

Telephone:(905) 358-0484

Fax: (905) 358-1841 Email:

Secondary graduates funded for the upcoming year, up to $5,000/yr (i.e., 4 yr honours degree = $20,000), Funds will not cover room, books. Student will need to provide verification of successfully completing the term/school year. If student fails/withdraws, funding is cut - serious circumstances on case-by case basis.

The Alva Foundation

Funds organizations conducting research and/or developing services that address significant risk factors in early childhood development, prenatal through four years of age. Interested in working with organizations that work in the area of prevention; 3-5 year duration - grants typically range from $30,000-$50,000/annum.

The Alva Foundationc/o Graham Hallward,

Chairman: Donations Committee

199 Albertus AvenueToronto, Ontario M4R 1J6 for info

Grants made to organizations who meet foundations requirements, will not fund individuals, emergency or deficit funds. No deadline to apply, grants given out according to funds available and strength of proposal

The Brant Community Foundation

Funds organizations that address root causes; fill a gap/ meet a need in the community; capacity building to strengthen the organization helping them fulfill their mission; promote collaboration and sharing among agencies (reduce serviceduplication). Serving those within Brantford and Brant County

Brant Community Foundation30 Brant Avenue

Brantford, ON N3T 3G6

T: 519 756 2499

See proposal form for further guidelines, grants typically run from $500 - $12, 000 based on funds available, and strength of project. Deadline is September 30th of each year.

The Breakfast Clubs of Canada

Funds schools and daycares to help feed children aged 5-18 according to the Canadian Food Guide; who are from underprivileged surroundings. A 3-year agreement is made between school and BCC, to ensure program sustainability, as well as for the community and the children.

151 de Mortagne Blvd., Suite ABoucherville (Quebec) J4B 6G4Telephone : 450 449-4900

Toll free : 1 866 794-4900

Fax : 450 449 8980

Funds provided to schools who meet requirements. Program must be accessible to children, and provided 5 days/week ideally in a school environment to promote self esteem.

Breakfast For Learning

Fund schools/organizations who will provide children with nutritional meals and who understand that a child's nutrition is vital; regardless of economic status. Education is also important as children could be learning about healthy eating habits in universally accepted programs through Breakfast for Learning.

164 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 400 Toronto, Ontario M4P 1G4

T: (416) 487.1046toll free: 1.800.627.7922

F: (416) 487.1837

Applications are accepted from Canadian schools and community-based groups wishing to establish or enhance breakfast, snack or lunch programs for children and youth. Deadline to apply for 2009 funds is October 30th 2009.

Burlington Community Centre

Fund registered charities, in good standing with CRA. Health and social services, the arts and culture, education, recreation, and the environment programs are funded.

442 Brant Street, Suite 201Burlington, Ontario L7R 2G4

Phone:(905) 639 0744

Fax:(905) 639 2716 Email:

Applicants are asked to review the website for call for proposals, and then are able to send a letter of intent after which an initiation for proposals may or may not be requested.

The Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research

The Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR) is a registered charitable foundation that provides grants for research in dietetics and nutrition. This research supports quality advice, programs, resources and service delivery—based on credible scientific evidence—that ultimately enhances the health of Canadians.

Isla Horvath, Executive Director 480 University Avenue, Suite 604Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1V2



Organizations may receive funding for their programs if they meet all the requirements of the grant application process.

The Canadian Health Services Foundation

The Fund addresses the portion of health services research which explores health policy, management, organization and the delivery of health services from the perspective of managers and health poilcy analysts working within.

1565 Carling Avenue, Suite 700Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 8R1

Telephone: (613) 728-2238Fax: (613) 728-3527

Applicants are asked to review the website for call for proposals, then are able to send a letter of intent after which an invitation for proposals may or may not be requested.

The Canadian Nurses Foundation (TD Aboriginal Nurses Fund)

CNF is a registered charity providing financial support to Canadian nurses in pursuit of their educational goals and towards the development of leading-edge nursing research. The TD fund was newly designed to assist Aboriginal Nurses in their chosen profession with the goal of having Aboriginal Nurses in Aboriginal communities.

50 DrivewayOttawa ON K2P 1E2

Tel : 613-237-2133 ext. 242

Toll Free : 1-800-361-8404

Fax : 613-237-3520

Email :

To be eligible one must; be a Status Indian (Métis, Inuit, and First Nations, have a status card, supporting letter from band, transcripts (if returning to school) and studying at a Canadian institution.

Canadian Women's Foundation

Funds non-profit women's organizations who meet the needs of women and support women using most effective approaches to end violence against women. The fund also aims to move low-income women out of poverty thus helping to raise a generation of strong, healthy and active girls.

133 Richmond St. W, Suite 504

Toronto ON, M5H 2L3

P: 416-365-1444

Toll Free: 1-866-293-4483

TTY: 416-365-1732

Women's agencies who meet requirements set out by CWF are funded. Grants range from $20-$25,000. 3 streams of grants: Violence prevention, economic development & Girls Fund.

Carthy Foundation Funds Nationally

Funds Initiatives that will have a primary focus on adolescent (aged 10-25) emotional health and wellness. The second stream of funding is under the Environment which will focus on urban ecology and ecological design

P.O. Box 2554, Station M

Calgary, Alberta T2P 2M7

Tel: (403) 231-7922

Fax: (403) 231-7959

Funds non-profit agencies who meet requirements, will only provide funds for project support (up to 5 years) not ongoing delivery.Send in letter of intent, projects funded Nationally.

The Catherine Donnelly Foundation

Funds in 3 streams; Housing Initiatives: aims to assist low income families within transitional housing settings. Adult Education: using adult education to address needs of marginalized Canadians. Environment: promote public engagement in environmental education and advocacy

10 Montcrest Boulevard

Toronto, Ontario

Tel: 416-461-2996/Fax: 416-465-4193

Funds non-profit agencies who meet requirements. Send in letter of intent, projects funded Nationally.

The Change Foundation

Funds to promote, support and improve health and the delivery of health care through four activity areas: applied research and analysis; development program; education; and grants to charities.

P.O. Box 42 200 Front Street West, Suite 2501

Toronto, ON M5V 3M1

Phone: 416.205.1353

Fax: 416.205.1440

Funds those health organizations who meets the requirements of the foundation.

CIBC World MarketsMiracle Day

Funds programs that may have three key objectives: raise the quality of life for children in the communities served by CIBC World Markets; demonstrate our dedication in helping to prepare Canadian children for future success; encourage volunteerism and foster community involvement

CIBC Children's Foundation25 King Street West, CCN-30

Toronto, Ontario M5L 1A2

fax: 416-861-8036

Registered charities who aim to improve the health, well-being and education of children eligible for funding. See website for further guidelines and exceptions. Funds Nationally.

Clarity Foundation

Exists to contribute to society by raising funds and awareness for important world issues. They encourage individuals to understand the hardships endured by people around the world, and fund a wide variety of social causes throughout the world.

Senior Services; Sexual/Physical Abuse Assistance ; Poverty Issues; Health Promotion; Substance Abuse; Environment protection; The Arts; Community Centers; Low Cost Housing

Columbia Institute

Committed to investing in human and social capital for the benefit of all Canadians. Funds innovative social research with practical implications, Funds new scholarships that promote re-training and life-long learning; to promote the involvement of citizens in decision-making and community building.

#1200 - 1166 Alberni Street

Vancouver, BC V6E 3Z3 Tel: (604) 408-2500 ext 236

Fax: (604) 408-2525Attn: Charley Beresford

Grants made to organizations who meet foundations requirements. No deadline to apply, grants given out according to funds available and strength of proposal

Community Foundation of Canada

Works to enhance the quality of life and vitality in Canadian communities by supporting and promoting the fund development, grantmaking and leadership of community foundations

75 Albert Street, Suite 301

Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5E7 Phone: 613.236.2664

Fax: 613.236.1621

Does not grant fund requests but acts in partnership with other organizations to provide service for Communities.

Cornerstone 52 Foundation

Funds organizations with a desire to assist children in any capacity; health issues/promotion, injury, nutrition, school programs, education resources.

60 St. Clair Avenue E Suite 500T: 416 863 5200 F: 416 863 5202Toll Free: 1 877 826 KIDS (5437)

Grants made to non-profit organizations who meet the requirements as set by the foundation.

Cottonwood Foundation

Provides small grants to grassroots organizations worldwide that are working for a sustainable future by combining all of the following: protecting the environment, promoting cultural diversity, empowering people to meet their basic needs, and relying on volunteer efforts

Cottonwood Foundation

Box 10803

White Bear Lake, MN 55110 USA T651 426-8797F(651) 294-1012

Grants made to non-profit organizations who meet the requirements as set by the foundation. This foundation funds projects internationally.

The Courtney Napier Foundation

Funds lung cancer research while working in tandem with professionals and other foundations. They support families suffering from cancer as well as programs focused on lung cancer awareness, lung cancer research and anti-smoking campaigns especially focused on youth

394 rue Colville

Chateauguay, PQ J6J 2C4Tel: 514 926 0018

Fax: 514 962 6101

Grants made to non-profit organizations who meet the requirements as set by the foundation. This foundation supports projects Nationally.

Davies Charitable Foundation

The purpose of the foundation is to support individuals and organizations within the local district in the areas of the arts, education, health and sports. They also offer a yearly fellowship valued at $10,000. Deadline for applications is April 15th of each year for one year duration/span of project.

245 Alwington PlaceKingston, ON K7L 4P9T: 613 546 4000 F: 613 546 9130 Projects funded in Kingston Area

Projects funded are those who meet requirements of foundation. Funds range from $500-$10,000 for help to purchase capital equipment NOT operating costs of services/programs.

Dr. Geoffrey R. Conway Memorial Foundation (Canada)

Purpose of the foundation is to provide funding for community-based projects, contact the foundation for further information.

P.O. Box 785, Station A

Toronto, ON M5W 1G3


Projects funded are those who meet requirements of foundation.

The Donner Canadian Foundation

Foundation supports environmental, international development, and social service projects

Donner Canadian Foundation

8 Prince Arthur Avenue, 3rd Floor

Toronto, ON M5R 1A9

Telephone: 416-920-6400

Fax: 416-920-5577

Projects funded after letter of interest sent, then when funding is available, grantseekers are reviewed for a fit of the foundations guidelines

Dreamcatcher Fund

Fund enhances First Nations communities through contributions that will benefit socially, culturally, healthfully, and economically in a holistic manner. The foundation accepts grant applications in the areas of sports and recreation, educational support, arts and culture, and health support.

Dreamcatcher Fund

c/o Iroquois Lacrosse Arena,

3201 Second Line, R.R. # 6,

Hagersville, Ontario, NOA 1HO Telephone: (905) 768-8962

Toll Free: 1-866-508-6795

Fax: (905) 768-8963


Projects funded are those that meet the requirements of the foundation. Will fund cost related to accessibility, equipment costs, travel. Areas not funded include meetings, debt, operating costs/saleries, per diem. See website for updated deadlines to apply

The Drummond Foundation

Funding falls into three main areas: health care, community, and the socially disadvantaged. Grants for communities are particularly focused on seniors care, while grants made to the socially disadvantaged are usually to agencies who deliver immediate relief to the poor; street missions

1181 rue de la MontagneMontreal, QueH3G 1Z2 T: 514 866 2200 F: 514 866 3576Email:

Non-profit organizations who meet the needs specified by the foundation are eligible for grants. Projects are funded Nationally.

Durham Community Foundation

The foundation's mission is to provide the citizens of Durham Region with the opportunity to make financial gifts that are invested, the returns of which support the unique needs of the community and their individual interests, while creating a lasting legacy that keeps on giving to charities in the region

701 Rossland Road East, Box 322

Whitby, ON L1N 9K3

Phone:(905) 430-6507 toll free 1-888-230-0333

Fax:(905) 430-7137


Non-profit organizations who meet the needs specified by the foundation are eligible for grants. Projects are funded within Durham region.Will not fund debts, capital or operational costs (salaries)

Justin Eves Foundation

A non-profit organization dedicated to securing revenues for research into learning disabilities and to provide financial support for learning disabled youth to attend post-secondary education at institutions able to accommodate their needs

199 Bay Street, Suite 2901

Commerce Court West, P.O. Box 322

Toronto, Ontario M5L 1G1

Tel: 416-586-0085

Fax: 416-586-0050

Must be a recent Ontario secondary school graduate and presently residing in Ontario.

The Forzani Group

Funds registered charities, Canadian amateur athletic associations whose activities involve the promotion of physical fitness, health and wellness, the prevention and relief of sickness and disability, or the participation and education in sports across Canada

824 - 41st Avenue N.E.

Calgary, AB T2E 3R3

Must fit the foundations guidelines of providing healthy activities in a non-profit organization.Projects are funded Nationally

The Foundation Fighting Blindness

support and promote research directed to finding the causes, treatments and ultimately the cures for retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration and related diseases of the retina that lead to blindness and to communicate that information to our constituents

12th Floor, 890 Yonge Street, Toronto Phone: (416)360-4200

Fax: (416)360-0060

Toll: 1-800-461-3331


Non-profit organizations who meet the needs as specified by the organization are funded.

Gainey Foundation

May provide assistance for registered charitable organizations that offer environmental and/or arts education programs for youth.This Foundation funds Nationally.

1260 rue de la Gauchetiere West

Montreal, QuebecH3B 5E8

Phone: 514 989-2804Email:

Foundation funds Nationally

Meet qualifications of foundation, send in a letter of introduction from management, copies of budgets, audited financial statements and a list of board members/staff personnel

Glassco Foundation

This organization's mandate is to seek out children's issues in Canada and overseas, provide financial and organizational assistance as well as on site support. This foundation also funds National projects

64 New Street S.E.

Calgary, Alberta Canada

T2G 3Y1

Phone: (403) 266-3536


Meet qualifications set out by foundation and meet timely deadlines for application and letters of intent.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Bill and Melinda Gates hope to make an enduring contribution toward increasing access to innovations in education, technology, and global health. More than seventeen billion dollars in endowments have been set aside for these causes

Tel: (206) 709-3140

PO Box 23350

Seattle, WA 98102

There are many areas for non-profit agencies to apply for grants; visit website for information on your relevant project

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

Committed to finding creative ways to achieve community wellness. The foundation supports and works with many organizations, primarily in the areas of health care and health promotion, science education, hospice palliative care, and patient advocacy. Funds projects Nationally.

7333 Mississauga Road

Mississauga, Ontario

L5N 6L4


Provides funds for organizations who meet requirements with a demonstrated plan for future sustainability and projects with Nat'l/Prov. Scope, doesn't fund scholarships, capital or research.

Good Foundation

This foundation makes grants for charitable, religious, and educational purposes. It provides grants in the areas of arts, education, health, heritage, and social services. This foundation provides grants for communities within the Waterloo region.

#603 - 250 Sydenham Street

London, ON N6A 5S1 (Canada)

Phone: 519 679-1906


Applications are accepted during request for Letters of Intent, afterwards invitations for proposal submission sent out.

Grand Bend Community Foundation

The Foundation makes annual grants to eligible local organizations in the areas of children and youth, family and community, health and physical activity, education, social services, the environment, and arts and culture.

Grand Bend Community Foundation

29 Gill Road, Grand Bend



Must meet requirements of the foundation and be a non-profit registered charity. This foundation funds projects within the Grand Bend region

Lyle S. Hallman Foundation

The foundation focuses its giving in the Waterloo Region, supporting health, education and children’s initiatives that inspire and grow individual and community potential. This foundation funds projects within the Waterloo Region.

133 Weber Street North, Suite 3511

Waterloo, Ontario N2J 3G9

Telephone: (519) 579-7351

Fax: (519) 744-1997

Meet requirements of foundation, partial capital may be funded, those projects who promote diversity and sustainability,grants typically range from $10,000 - $150, 000

The Hamilton Community Foundation

Hamilton Community Foundation has a mission to serve as a leader, catalyst, and resource for philanthropy, and make strategic grants in such fields as the arts and heritage, education, environment, health and human services, and recreation. Grants range in size from $5,000 - $50 ,000 (for health-related funding)

120 King Street West, Suite 700

Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4V2

Standard Life Centre, 7th Floor

Phone: 905-523-5600

Fax: 905-523-0741

Grant Information:

Those organizations that meet the requirements of the foundation, are a non-profit charity are funded. May provide funds for capital.

Harbinger Foundation

Funds local organizations doing international relief work. The priority area is water, and more specifically, access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene in the developing world

12 Birch Street, Suite 200


M4V 1C8

(416) 413-1999 ext. 21

Those non profit organizations that meet the foundations requirements are funded.

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Provides funding opportunities for heart and stroke research on a National scale for non-profit organizations, health care centres and research possibilities. Fund projects Nationally, deadline for 2010/2011 annual funding is September 1st, 2009 - 4:00 pm.

1402-222 Queen StreetOttawa, Ontario K1P 5V9

Tel: 613-569-4361 ext. 275Fax: 613-569-3278

Grants funds for agencies who follow the Heart & Stroke Foundation's mandate of providing health care through basic biomedical,clinical health services, health systems and health of populations

HOPE (Volleyball) Foundation

A public foundation that raises funds and awareness for local charities that have a particular need and do not receive significant funding from government or other foundations. This foundation operates within the GTA, or the Golden Horseshoe. (Cobourg to the East, Barrie to the North, Kitchener to the West and St. Catherines to the South/West) 2 Projects funded each year. With deadline of August 14th.

33 Library Lane, Unionville, ON L3R 5C4

416.972.7344 / Fax: 905.940.6760

Provides funds forPoverty and Homelessness (food banks) Crisis Intervention (depression/suicide) Affliction Management (disability support programs) Mentoring (positive support projects). Will not fund advocacy, research, environment issues, animal welfare or fundraising.

Hospital for SickKids Foundation

Invest in communities' contributions in outstanding paediatric care, research, and education to help children at The Hospital for Sick Children, throughout Canada, and around the world. Grants typically range from $5,000- $500,000 based on demonstrated need and duration of project.The foundation funds Nationally.

525 University Avenue, 14th Floor

Toronto, ON M5G 2L3

Tel: 416.813.6166

fax: 416.813.5024

There are two streams of funding, Community Conference Grants for organizations to share knowledge and information and the New Investigator Research Grants to provide funds for new and innovative research

Huronia Community Foundation

Serves the people of the Huronia, Ontario region by building permanently endowed charitable funds for the community and making philanthropic grants. The Website is also enabled with online application forms and guidelines. Grants range from $500 -$2000

357 King Street Midland, ON -L4R 3M7

Tel: 705.527.5554


Arts and culture, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, youth, seniors, relief of poverty, animal welfare, and the environment are areas funded for non-profit agencies.

True Sport Community Foundation

Through partnerships with Bell Canada, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and the True Sport Foundation, True Sport provides a variety of funding programs and awards for communities and athletes across Canada

True Sport Foundation

350-955 Green Valley Crescent

Ottawa, Ontario K2C 3V4

Tel: +1 (613) 526-6043

Fax: +1 (613) 521-3134

See website for further information related to Pure Sport and how to apply, deadlines and other information related to successful proposal writing.