Thames Valley

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Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$5,000 over 4 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $5,000 grant over 4 months to host a butterfly festival at Camp Kee-Mo-Kee to educate people on the importance of habitat preservation. Encouraging people to support a healthy and sustainable environment, this initiative is helping people connect with the environment and understand their impact on it, and has an impact on the lives of 200 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$73,500 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $73,500 grant over 12 months to hire staff to develop and operate a Peer Navigation Program to support individuals with disabilities navigate the ODSP system. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping people who are marginalized take on leadership roles in their communities, and has an impact on the lives of 250 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$75,000 over 10 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $75,000 grant over 10 months to pilot a service model for seniors in a low-income housing community to foster greater connections and give residents a voice in shaping their communities. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping people who are isolated have connections in their community, and has an impact on the lives of 60 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$75,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $75,000 grant over 12 months to create space for Indigenous leadership within the organization and redefine partnerships with Indigenous communities to address major conservation challenges. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping people who are marginalized take on leadership roles in their communities, and has an impact on the lives of 5,000 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$42,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $42,000 grant over 12 months to facilitate a series of 12 how-to workshops throughout London to reduce waste, increase relocalization and live more sustainably. Encouraging people to support a healthy and sustainable environment, this initiative is helping people and resource users take deliberate actions to benefit the environment, and has an impact on the lives of 2,500 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$74,700 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $74,700 grant over 12 months to explore the feasibility of developing an innovative new social enterprise to help people with disabilities attain secure employment. Enhancing people’s economic wellbeing, this initiative is helping people become and stay employed, and has an impact on the lives of 100 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$29,900 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $29,900 grant over 12 months to establish an adaptive kayaking location to empower people with disabilities to improve their physical and mental health. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping programs be safe, inclusive, and fair, and has an impact on the lives of 200 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$24,100 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $24,100 grant over 12 months to engage and empower people living with HIV/AIDS to become active leaders in their community in the fight to end HIV related stigma. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping people who are marginalized take on leadership roles in their communities, and has an impact on the lives of 25 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$74,800 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $74,800 grant over 12 months to hire a project coordinator to develop a new Master Interpretive Plan to incorporate the multiple perspectives of Ontario’s past. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping the preservation and animation of cultural heritage, and has an impact on the lives of 13,000 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
February 6, 2019

$75,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $75,000 grant over 12 months to convene, consult and engage with various community-based organizations in the development, dissemination and acceptance of a protocol for suicide postvention. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping diverse groups work together to improve community life, and has an impact on the lives of 160 people in the community.

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