Community Fund for Canada's 150th

 

 

 

 

*This program is currently closed and no longer accepting applications

The Community Fund for Canada’s 150th is a collaboration between London Community Foundation, the Government of Canada and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast. It is a small grants program to activate an exciting array of initiatives and activities that will bring out the best Canada has to offer for the sesquicentennial.

All projects must work towards one or more of the following principles:

Encourage participation in community activities and events to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary

Inspire a deeper understanding about the people, places and events that shape our country and communities; or

Build a vibrant and healthy communities with the broadest possible engagement of all Canadians, including indigenous peoples; groups that reflect our cultural diversity; youth and official language minorities

2016 & 2017 Donors

  • Bowden Family Fund
  • Milton and Jean Broderick Charitable Fund
  • Richard and Beryl Ivey Fund – 2016
  • Jung Family Fund -2016
  • Kayser Family Foundation -2016
  • William and Katharine Kostuk Family Fund -2016
  • Ashley Grace Powell Memorial Fund
  • Rasmussen Family Fund -2016
  • Rick and Carol Richardson Family Fund -2016
  • William Thomson Family Fund
  • Faith Tilk Memorial Fund-2016
  • Smart & Caring Community Fund
  • The Thirty-Two Associates Fund
  • Megan Holliday Memorial Fund
  • Bourne Family Fund
  • Wilson and Judith Rodger Fund
  • Allan and Susan Edwards Family Fund
  • Keith and Lynn Watson Family Fund
  • London Life Community Fund
  • Ontario Endowment for Children and Youth in Recreation Fund
  • Tom and Sue Allan Family Fund
  • Wilson Family Foundation
  • Michael Halls Social Services Fund
  • Cec Rorabeck Sr. Memorial Fund

To learn more about these projects and get involved in Canada’s sesquicentennial visit www.150alliance.ca

Twitter: @CommFdnsCanada @Canada150th

Facebook:

 https://www.facebook.com/CommunityFdnsCanadaHome

http://www.facebook.com/Canada150th

 To learn more about local Canada 150 efforts visit www.londoncelebrates.ca

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