Trillium Foundation Ontario

Trillium Foundation Ontario – Funding


Big Sisters of Oakville. To help improve the academic success of low-achieving students in the Oakville area by introducing an after-school homework helper and tutor program called “The Club” in more schools. $77,000 over three years.

Brampton East Soccer Club. To provide a comprehensive skills development program for the house league members and coaches. $25,000 over one year.

Brampton Historical Society. To promote “Doors Open Brampton,” an event that will enhance public awareness and knowledge of the city’s heritage buildings. $12,200 over six months.

Caledon Community Services. To raise awareness of the organization’s services in this rapidly growing community in order to increase donations to thrift stores, generate revenue and improve efficiency. $181,400 over three years.

Transitions for Youth. To reduce the risk of youth who are being discharged from custody from re-offending by providing effective support to them and their families. $31,000 over two years.

Cow Over Moon Children’s Theatre. To enable this growing not-for-profit children’s theatre company to implement marketing and audience development initiatives. $20,800 over two years.

Halton Hills Community Support and Information (HHCSI). To provide youth development programs through the Off the Wall Centre in Acton and the Open Door Centre in Georgetown. $160,000 over three years.

Labour Community Services of Peel. Stabilization funding to enable the organization to effectively carry out programs to assist injured and disabled workers, and unemployed individuals. $40,000 over three years.

Lions Foundation of Canada. To purchase new technology to be used by individuals with visual and hearing challenges during their month-long stay at a guide dog training facility. $103,000 over two years.

Multicultural Inter-Agency Group of Peel. To recruit and train women from the Canadian-Muslim, Spanish-speaking and Black communities to take voluntary leadership positions in community organizations. $214,600 over three years.

St. John Ambulance–Halton Hills. To purchase a used Mobile First Aid Unit to provide first aid services at public events and in emergency situations in North Halton. $39,000 over one year

St. John Ambulance Brampton Branch. To mark the organization’s 40th anniversary and to undertake a public awareness campaign to raise its profile and volunteer base. $171,300 over three years.

Artlinks! c/o CAYRE–The Community Alliance for York Region Education. To develop, promote and support the arts in York Region by creating an independent regional arts council. $300,000 over four years.

Community Link North Simcoe. To develop a network of new volunteers in the outlying areas of North Simcoe and to assist existing groups to expand their rural service mandates. $80,400 over two years.

Connections, c/o Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers. To support isolated pregnant teens and teen mothers by linking them with volunteer mentors in their communities who will share their knowledge, experience and friendship. $180,000 over three years.

Everyman Project, c/o Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church. To involve York Region youth in the production and performance of a rock musical based on Everyman, a medieval play about ethics and values. $150,000 over two years.

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