Grant Story

Over $50,000 granted to repair Willow Creek House for those living with mental health challenges

Mental health is at the root of many of our community’s most pressing challenges. Even when individuals are on the road to recovery, transitioning and integrating back into the community may be a...

2018 J. Allyn Taylor Community Service Award

When Ahmad Aljassem came to Canada from Syria in early 2016 with his family, he started visiting the Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration (MRCSSI). By the summer of 2017, Ahmad...

New Housing First program keeps families out of shelter thanks to local organization

In 2016, London’s average occupancy rate of emergency shelters was 98% (City of London

2018 Ivey Unsung Heroes Award

A dedicated volunteer for over 21 years, Mike Ryan has been a huge asset to Meals on Wheels. Originally starting out with a

Partnership launches Green Economy, encouraging local businesses to go green

From the health of the Thames to our energy consumption and forest cover, our local environment needs our help and attention.

Dream It, Be It – Empowering young female newcomers

It’s a little bit different than your average day –program. With last year’s program participants leading the charge as Ambassadors this year, Dream It, Be It, a collaboration between Soroptimist...

Two more outstanding youth recognized with the Rainbow Youth Leadership Bursary!

London Community Foundation is thrilled and proud to announce the recipients of this year’s Rainbow Youth Leadership Bursary, granted from the Rainbow Youth Bursary Fund held at LCF.

How one wheelchair makes an impact - a March of Dimes story

It started with a simple request – to be able to move. That’s it. While the freedom to walk and get around is a basic ability that many of us take for granted, March of Dimes Canada’s Assistive...