2016 - 2017
Delivering a project that builds on the success of a proven model or program with a $381,000 grant over 48 months to deliver workshops and pop-up art events that engage youth. Young people will be engaged in a creative dialogue about the powerful impact of language, discrimination and social exclusion, and learn about resources for coping with, and reporting, bullying in Brampton.
Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a grant of $140,000 over 24 months to create conditions for Indigenous youth in vulnerable situations to become engaged in their community through recreation opportunities, skill building, traditional language learning, and becoming a vital resource of community support in Bear Lake, Temagami.
Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $206,200 grant over 36 months to provide digital literacy, and entrepreneurial education, resources and supports for low-income, racialized youth in Toronto. Youth will learn to harness the power of business and technology and have a space where they feel a part of, share their ideas and work collaboratively.
With a grant of $545,200 over 36 months, this collaborative will strengthen the service delivery system for youth who are at risk of, or are currently experiencing, homelessness in Leamington. It will provide a one-stop, no wrong door approach to keep youth connected to the community and enable young people to navigate and access needed services.
Delivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $190,200 grant over 36 months to provide weekly mentoring opportunities and workshops for racialized and newcomer youth in Toronto. The group will expand peer and youth support networks, empower and inspire youth to continue with high school and post-secondary education, participate in school activities and become more involved in their communities.
$74,400 over 12 monthsDelivering a project at the idea or conceptual stage with a $74,400 grant over 12 months to test a cafe-collective entrepreneurship business program that engages newcomer women and youth in Thorncliffe Park. Enhancing people’s economic wellbeing, this initiative is helping people become entrepreneurs, and has an impact on the lives of 360 people in the community.
$40,000 over 6 monthsDelivering improved infrastructure with a $40,000 grant over 6 months to ensure the public's continued use of Alderville Community Centre by making needed upgrades. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping infrastructure for unstructured and structured physical activities, and has an impact on the lives of 1,000 people in the community.
$231,000 over 11 monthsDelivering improved infrastructure with a $231,000 grant over 11 months to upgrade a 19th-century, community building that provides programs to individuals with intellectual disabilities. 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 285 people in the community.
$45,000 over 7 monthsDelivering improved infrastructure with a $45,000 grant over 7 months to upgrade a residential camp's water treatment, shower, washroom and dishwashing systems. Supporting the positive development of children and youth, this initiative is helping youth be involved in creating solutions for challenges facing their communities, and has an impact on the lives of 250 people in the community.
$500,000 over 14 monthsDelivering improved infrastructure with a $500,000 grant over 14 months to expand the size of the Creative Arts and Music Centre, creating opportunities for more programming. 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 31,500 people in the community.