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The Niagara Community Foundation offers a number of discretionary granting program for charities providing programs and services in Niagara.  For details on these programs, click here.

The Niagara Community Foundation Grants database can be filtered alphabetically (by name of the organization awarded the grant), by the year the grant was awarded, by grant purpose (use tags), or using any combination of these filters. You can also use the search field to locate a grant by its name or any of its details.
 
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  • Bert Miller Nature Club - 2010 environmental

    The Lake Erie coast supports some of the highest concentrations of species at risk in Canada. The goal of this project is to inventory parts of the Lake Erie shoreline which lie in the Region of Niagara, to identify the occurrence and distribution of species at risk and their habitats.

  • Bethesda Community Services - 2013 Community Grant

    Bethesda would like to implement a highly disciplined, professional performance theatre production showcasing the talents of adults with developmental disabilities whom are supported within the Niagara Region. This theatre production will be called SpotLight. The mission of the project is to perform to residents within Niagara, creating availability and accessability of arts and culture to individuals with developmental disabilities.

  • Bethesda Community Services Inc. - 2016 Community - Spring

    To upgrade the recreation faciliities by installing swings - including wheelchair accessible models, safety swings and typical swings.

  • Bethlehem Housing and Support Services - 2015 Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters - Grimsby Lincoln, West Lincoln - 2004 Summer Camp

    BBBS Grimsby, Lincoln, West Lincoln campership program

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls - 2003 Summer Camp

    Summer camp for youth often from low income or lone parent families

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls - 2004 Summer Camp

    Big Brothers Big Sisters summer camp for youth often from low income or lone parent families

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters St. Catharines, Thorold and District - 2007 Youth

    Big Sisters Seeds Project: Program to promote a cycling partnership with little sisters and members of the Bikefit Sunflower Squad

  • Bird Studies Canada - 2008 Community

    Bird Studies Canada: Recruitment and training of volunteers to monitor health of wetland through birds and amphibian surveys

  • Boys & Girls Club of Niagara - 2020 Community Grants

    Support critical capital improvements at the St. Catharines facility to ensure continued programming, renovations to include HVAC, air conditioning and bathroom fixtures.

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - 2013 Community Grant

    The BGCN is looking to community partners to secure funding of $25,000. The project surrounds the completion of an outdoor sports and recreation space at 20 Lewis Street in Fort Erie. Work will encompass security camera installation, landscaping, re-grading, soding and fence installation to provide safe and secure outdoor recreation.

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2004 Summer Camp

    Boys and Girls Club- camp for 10 children=$8000

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2005 Summer Camp

    5 children for 9 weeks of camp

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2006 Summer Camp

    Boys and Girls Club- camp runs for 9 weeks

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2007 Summer Camp

    Boys and Girls Club- camp runs for 9 weeks

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2008 Summer Camp

    Help send youth from low income families to summer camp

  • Boys and Girls Club of Niagara - Niagara Falls - 2000 Summer Camp

    Summer camp programs at three locations: Crystal Beach, St. Catharines (Optimist Club) and at their Niagara Falls location - request will help 7 children attend 9 weeks of camp

  • Brain Injury Association of Niagara - 2004 Summer Camp

    Sends members children to summer camp ($100 per child)

  • Brain Injury Association of Niagara - 2007 Community

    Community Awareness Information and Resources: Acquisition of portable display unit and public education materials

  • Bravo Niagara! Festival of the Arts - 2020 Community Grants

    Support Voices of Freedom Festival to include Sounds of Hope, a commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, including concerts and educational outreach initiatives.

  • Bridges Community Health Centre - 2019 Community Grant

    Support fund for Bridges CHC clients, who would otherwise not be able to afford, basic or emergency medical and health related products and services.

  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Niagara Falls - 2018 Community Spring

    Restore the 182 year old historic landmark church building in Niagara Falls, part of the Underground Railroad, for educational and tourism purposes for Niagara and the larger community.

  • Brock U/Niagara Penguins - 2020 Community Grants

    Support awareness campaign to attract athletes, health professionals, donors to support organization that offers people with physical disabilities a chance to play sports.

  • Brock University - 2018 David S. Howes Fund

    ($136k over 3 years) Partner with CMHA to provide on-campus counsellig to students during peak demand periods when student are acutely stressed.

  • Brock University - 2007 Community

    Mentorship Plus: A pilot program to support students during the transition from high school to university and university to career

  • Brock University - 2011 Youth

    Bringing approx. 120 disadvantaged youth from across Niagara together at Brock University to participate in physical activity geared towards learning the life skills necessary for positive development. Funds will be used to facilitate the inclusion and full participation of a group of students living with disabilities.

  • Brock University - 2019 David S. Howes Fund

    Support the teaching and learning actions that will foster a culture of truth, reciprocity, reconciliation and decolonization at Brock University and in the Niagara community.

  • Brock University - 2020 Howes

    Implement My SSP portal for students to access text and telephone counselling.

  • Brock University - 2020 Howes

    Implement My SSP portal for students to access text and telephone counselling.

  • Brock University - Community Learning - 2012 Mini - March

    Fund the creation and printing of posters promoting the Community Learning events across the Niagara Region.

  • Brock University - Leadership Niagara - 2006 Strategic Initiative

    Leadership Niagara

  • Brock University - Leadership Niagara - 2008 Mini - Jan

    Volunteen Niagara: developed to create awareness and promote volunteerism amongst youth. Consists of educational video, public service announcements and curriculum

  • Brock University - Leadership Niagara - 2020 Strategic Grants

    Leadership Niagara Bursary to support three individuals from charitable organizations in Niagara.

  • Brock University - Student Leadership - 2011 Strategic Initiative

  • Brock University - Youth University - 2015 Mini - March

    Purchase an Educational Math Kit to expand the Math Club program to youth at the Russell Avenue Community Centre.

  • Brock University - Youth University - 2019 Summer Camp

    Summer camp program

  • Brock University - Youth University - 2015 Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

  • Brock University - Youth University - 2018 Summer Camp

    Summer camp.

  • Brock University - Youth University - 2018 Summer Camp

    Summer camp.

  • Business education Council of Niagara - 2002 Community

    Teen Esteem: The Lunch Bunch- A lunch hour program for girls in grade 6-8 to promote educational, career and life choices by encouraging positive behaviour and life choices

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