October Grant Newsletter

To Subscribe, email andrew.dowie@pc.ola.org with the Subj: Join Grant Newsletter

18 October, 2023

NOTE: The application deadline for the Ontario Anti-Hate Security and Prevention Grant has been extended to October 24th at 11:59 EDT. Please forward this email to any organization you feel may be able to take advantage of the grant. 

Resilient Communities Fund Applications Open

The Resilient Communities Fund supports community-based organizations that deliver programs and services in Ontario and need funding to recover and build capacity, resilience and sustainability.

Eligible applicants can apply for a grant to develop and implement medium to long-term plans that address current organizational challenges they are facing to recover and build resilience.

Grants support organizations as they: develop new approaches to generate revenue start new activities to meet community needadjust strategies and plans plan for future challenges Applicants are to select up to three project outcomes they want to achieve with their grant and can apply for funding to cover eligible costs needed to carry out the project.

TERM LENGTH Minimum 6 months Maximum 24 months

AMOUNT AWARDED (PER YEAR) Minimum $10,000 Maximum $100,000

Grant applications are being accepted until October 25, 2023 at 5 PM ET.

What are the Canada Cares Awards?

Approximately 8 million Canadians are caring for someone with a serious illness, disability or frailty. These dedicated caregivers are making untold sacrifices to look after others who are unable to care for themselves. Each year, Canada Cares calls on Canadians from coast-to-coast to nominate amazing caregivers for our annual awards. 

Nomination close November 30th, 2023

The Anti-Hate Security and Prevention Grant provides $25.5 million over 2 years to:combat hate in Ontariobuild stronger, safer and more inclusive communitiesThis will help ensure faith-based organizations (such as, churches, mosques or synagogues) and cultural organizations (such as, those that serve Black, Indigenous, Asian or 2SLGBTQIA+ communities) have safe and secure community spaces to practice their faith or express their cultures and beliefs.These organizations can receive a one-time grant of $5,000, $7,500 or $10,000 (based on their 2022 revenues) to enhance or implement measures to protect and secure their facilities from:hate-motivated incidentsgraffitivandalismother damagesFor more information or to apply, please visit Ontario.ca 

The application deadline has been extended to October 24th, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Organizations that applied for the grant in 2021–2022 or 2022–2023 can apply again for 2023–2024.
Follow Andrew on Facebook for #windsortecumsehinfo