The Ontario Trillium Foundation announces $41 M of funding to 486 non-profit organizations

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Wednesday, December 23, 2020
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Today, the Ontario Trillium Foundation announced the first of two rounds of grants awarded through the Resilient Communities Fund. Close to $41 million of funding has been awarded to support 486 projects run by non-profit organizations in Ontario who have been impacted by COVID-19. 

Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries announced the new Resilient Communities Fund grants.  

The Resilient Communities Fund provides funding to the non-profit sector to help organizations recover and rebuild from the impacts of COVID-19 so they can effectively meet the needs of communities across Ontario. These grants will help recipient organizations in their medium to longer-term recovery efforts and help with their stabilization as they build their capacity and resiliency. 

“The Ontario Trillium Foundation is delighted to announce project funding to 486 non-profit organizations through our Resilient Communities Fund. This funding will help organizations deliver programs and services safely, while ensuring local community needs are met across Ontario,” said Katharine Bambrick, CEO of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. “This has been a very challenging year for many non-profits organizations and the people they support. There is no over-stating how essential the non-profit sector is to the social and economic fabric of Ontario. Congratulations to all new Resilient Communities Fund grant recipients.”

Visit the Resilient Communities Fund page for more information on eligibility requirements and application resources.

 

QUICK FACTS

  • The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is an agency of the Government of Ontario, and one of Canada’s leading granting foundations. OTF awarded $115 million to 645 projects in 2020 to build healthy and vibrant communities in Ontario.
  • OTF has redirected provincial funding previously allocated for the 2020 Grow and Capital grant streams into the $83 million Resilient Communities Fund.
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