Tag : Funding for Not for Profits

Ontario Rural Economic Development Funding: Apply by February 24, 2020

The Rural Economic Development (RED) program has announced the re-opening of an application intake period for Economic Diversification and Competitiveness projects and Strategic Economic Infrastructure projects.
The next intake deadline for Ontario’s Rural Economic Development funding program is February 24, 2020.
Administered by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural

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Ontario Trillium Foundation Awards $75k in Non-Profit Funding

Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex is a non-profit, faith-based organization working towards universal access to safe, decent, affordable housing, as well as breaking the cycle of poverty. The organization has recently received Ontario government grants to reinstate a furniture bank which helps those in need furnish their homes.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation

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Western Diversification Program: 8 CleanTech Projects Awarded $3.5M

Eight Alberta-based non-profits and industry associations have recently been awarded government grants to enhance the clean technology sector. Government funding will enable the organizations to develop new technologies, establish startup working space, and better market technology-based solutions to potential purchasers.
Through the Western Diversification Program, a total of $3,485,406 will be

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Qualify for Ontario Trillium Foundation Grants for Non-Profits

Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is a provincial agency who works at arm’s-length from the provincial government to administer non-profit funding programs. For over 30 years OTF has provided a critical source of funding for non-profits, branches of charities, and aboriginal organizations to plan and execute community-based initiatives.

Most non-profit grants provided

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Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program: Apply by June 24, 2016

As Canada approaches its 150th year since confederation, the federal government has renewed its support for renovating, enhancing, and growing existing infrastructure within the country.

The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP 150) provides Canadian government grant funding for municipalities, regional governments, not-for-profit organizations, and Aboriginal band councils to complete infrastructure

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