Duncan Grant Bursary Fund Helps Students Realize Career in Music

From the bombast of international musical productions, to the subdued funk of smooth jazz, to the classrooms of Fanshawe College, Duncan Grant was a musician whose versatility and dedication was matched only by his strength of spirit. Passing away after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer, his legacy lives on through his music, his family, and the Duncan Grant Bursary Fund.

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Ending period poverty. Period.

Thousands of women in low-income situations can’t afford period care products and are often forced to make decisions that not only compromise their health, but their dignity. Sarah Askew is working to change that through Mensadora, her social enterprise that manufactures and sells reusable menstrual products.

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Nick Walling
TAP Supports Youth in Building a Bridge to Adulthood

Between 10 and 20% of Canadian youths are affected by a mental illness or disorder. With wait times for service ranging from a couple of months to over a year, the need for quality, affordable, and accessible mental health care services is apparent now more than ever. So, in 2015, the London Health Sciences Foundation received a $250,000 Community Vitality Grant from LCF for the Transition Age Project (TAP).

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