Grant Story

OEV Community Exchange project connects people with resources

Launched by the London InterCommunity Health Centre (LIHC), the OEV Community Exchange Project showcases the unique skills and resources available in the Old East Village community.

Mayim and Christopher: Rainbow Youth Leadership Recipients 2017

On Saturday July 22nd, 2017, London Community Foundation is excited to announce the presentation of the Rainbow Youth Leadership Bursary. This year, two deserving youth, Mayim Irwin-Bishop and...

Canadians Go Wild! For Canada’s 150th

With the “Go Wild for Canada’s 150th” initiative from Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Centre and Salthaven Youth Environmental Alliance, all of Canada is being encouraged to...

Neejawnisag - 150 years through the eyes of Chippewa of the Thames First Nation

In light of Canada’s 150th anniversary, we must remember and honour the significant contributions of Indigenous communities who have helped shape our Canada today. Often, these contributions are...

Community Fund for Canada's 150th

As we celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary this year, we reflect on not only 150 years of Confederation but 150+ years of the Indigenous people who were here before us, their history and their...

Canada 150 Fund grants to London’s First Indigenous-Inspired Playground

Some may call it a playground, but C.C. Carrothers and London Community Foundation call it an outdoor learning space. On Friday, June 16th 2017, C.C. Carrothers Public School welcomed the city’s...

2016 Vital People Award: Kathie Chute

Kathie is the Child and Youth Program Coordinator at the Learning Disabilities Association of London Region (LDA-LR). Her role is to research program topics, plan program resources and lesson...

2016 Vital People Award: Carolyn Underwood

Carolyn Underwood is a Registered Social Worker with the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex (ASLM). She is responsible for providing one-on-one and family counselling, system navigation support,...

Brittany Kinchen: 2016 Vital People Award

Brittany Kinchen is a Wish Coordinator with the Make-a-Wish Foundation. She is responsible for interacting with wish families, health professionals, donors and suppliers in the effective coordination...

Breaking down Barriers to Care: Transforming the System Response to Mental Health

In order to create change we must do things that have never been done before. We must embrace uncertainty and think outside of the box. This is exactly what Family Service Thames Valley is doing with...