2015 - 2016

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Submission Deadline: 
January 29, 2016

$19,962 over 7 months

To develop a theory of change and map the community partners that can work together to address the high school drop-out rates in London and Thames Valley.

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$69,800 over 11 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $69,800 grant over 11 months to collect and manage older products containing mercury and raise environmental awareness in Peel. 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 99,999 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$49,500 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $49,500 grant over 12 months to develop an integrated strategy for managing Hawk Cliff Woods and interactive and educational programs. 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  10,000 people in the community.

 

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$50,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $50,000 grant over 12 months to test the efficacy of a teen mentoring program for elementary school students. Supporting the positive development of children and youth, this initiative is helping children and youth who are facing barriers develop strong emotional and social skills, and has an impact on the lives of  60 people in the community.

 

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$66,800 over 11 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $66,800 grant over 11 months to provide the Urban Pantry Project, improving access to nutritional foods and preparation skills. Enhancing people’s economic wellbeing, this initiative is helping people who are economically vulnerable be able to meet their basic needs, and has an impact on the lives of 500 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$19,400 over 10 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $19,400 grant over 10 months to engage the community in developing an in-depth, strategic vision to ensure services are meeting needs. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping people have a say in shaping the services and programs that matter to them, and has an impact on the lives of  22,480 people in the community.

 

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$75,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $75,000 grant over 12 months to implement a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder-informed approach to local service delivery. 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 100 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$71,600 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $71,600 grant over 12 months to research and co-design a financial empowerment model. Enhancing people’s economic wellbeing, this initiative is helping people have the skills and knowledge to achieve greater financial independence, and has an impact on the lives of  25,000 people in the community.

 

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$5,100 over 4 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $5,100 grant over 4 months to create a summer theatre educational program for youth between 12-18 in Durham Region. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping the transfer of skills and knowledge to the next generation of artistic leaders, and has an impact on the lives of 30 people in the community.

Submission Deadline: 
January 6, 2016

$75,000 over 12 months

Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $75,000 grant over 12 months to change traditional wildlife habitat management practices along roadsides, parks and utility corridors. Encouraging people to support a healthy and sustainable environment, this initiative is helping conservation and restoration efforts be better planned and more sustainable, and has an impact on the lives of  10,000 people in the community.

 

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