General News

Foundation kicks off Engage! London helping local professionals experience the "good" in doing good

On Thursday, January 21st, London Community Foundation will kick off its Engage! London program. Building the next generation of community leaders, Engage will help 23 professionals from varying...

Verge Launch and Loan Recipient Announcement

London Community Foundation is proud to be a partner of Verge Capital. In partnership with Pillar Nonprofit Network, United Way London Middlesex, and the Sisters of St. Joseph, Verge Capital is a...

CFC and Manulife Establish Welcome Fund for Syrian Refugees

As thousands of Syrian Refugees enter our country, we are proud to be part of a national movement supporting the integration of these new Canadians into our community. In December 2015, Community...

London Community Foundation grants over $1.2 million into the community

On Tuesday, November 10th London Community Foundation hosted its third annual Community Vitality Celebration at Goodwill Industries. Granting over $1.2 million into the community for the second year...

Civitas & Stantec winners of Back to the River design competition

On November 2nd in the Covent Garden Mezzanine, Civitas: Landscape Architecture Firm and Stantec Consulting Ltd were announced as the winning team of the Back to the River design competition.

Remembering Mitch Baran

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our friend, Dr. Mitchell Baran after losing a courageous battle with cancer. One of the community’s most loved philanthropists and businessmen, Mitch...

Our Experience Volunteering at My Sisters' Place

Last Wednesday, August 26th, three team members went and served lunch at My Sisters’ Place. With little to no expectations of what the day would bring, the team could only leave feeling thankful and...

Back to the River shortlisted candidates announced

On Wednesday, June 30th the shortlisted candidates for the Back to the River project were selected by the jury.

Back to the River makes a splash worldwide

The Back to the River project has created a buzz worldwide with London Community Foundation receiving 19 submissions to its request for qualifications (RFQ) from groups all over the world.

Back to the River project shows strong community support

On Monday June 1, London’s city hall staff asked city council’s planning and environment committee to double city money for the Back to the River project from $100,000 to $200,000. The proposal was...