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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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  • Easter Seal Society, Ontario - 2002 Summer Camp

  • Easter Seal Society, Ontario - 2005 Summer Camp

  • Education Foundation of Niagara - 2018 Mini - August

    Purchase signage to improve accessibility to the  main office and increase exposure.

  • Education Foundation of Niagara - 2015 Mini - August

    Purchase new accounting software.

  • Education Foundation of Niagara - 2016 Community - Fall

    Support the 500+ seat multi-use Centre for the Arts adjacent to the new Greater Fort Erie Secondary School site that supports both students and the Fort Erie/Niagara communities.

  • Education Foundation of Niagara - 2018 Community Spring

    Provide 20 low income students (grades 4-8) with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of computer programming (coding) through an after school program entitled Spark Code World Camp.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2009 environmental

    Fund Project Butterfly Wishes for an outdoor classroom at Central Public School that will incorporate native trees, plants and shrubs that will attact butterflys.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2009 environmental

    Fund Project Butterfly Wishes for an outdoor classroom at Prince of Wales North School that will incorporate native trees, plants and shrubs that will attact butterflys.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2010 Mini Jan

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2010 Youth

    Purchase resources and guest speaker to celebrate and educate students and families about cultural diversity.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2011 Community

    Recess Revival program will enrich student activities and enhance the physical education equipment used at recess, breaks and free time to support wellness, healthy living, and team culture. By providing a program and equipment developed by CIRA, children will learn to be more active through coordination from staff, parents and student leaders outside school curriculum.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2012 Community

    To provide anti-bullying presentations to parents, staff and community organizations that wil assist with information, prevention identifiers and resources to deal with bullying and the effects of.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2012 environmental

    The goal of the program is to educate children about our watersheds: protection and stewardship so that students can apply learning from the classroom to real-life experiences, which are more meaningful. Students would engage in these real life inquiries which would help promote student stewardship in protecting the watershed.

  • education Foundation of Niagara - 2013 environmental

    Design and install a yard waste composting centre adjacent to our greenhouse to process our yard waste on site. Once installed, the centre will promote best management practices for enhancing environmental sustainability and wil be integrated into the grounds maintenance routines of our Green Industries classes. The application of the compost generated to our gardens will also promote the use of organic fertilizers.

  • Employment Help Centre - 2018 Community Spring

    Niagara Community Garden Network is collaboratively developing a resource program and outreach initiative to improve access to healthy food, resources, raise awareness, engage the community, build capacity and share knowledge.

  • Epilepsy Niagara - 2016 Community - Spring

    Epilepsy Niagara wants to offer clients the opportunity to apply for hired (paid) work for a contract position of at least 70 weeks. This opportunity would offer them work skills training and work experience for their resume. EN would benefit by the ability to build capacity and sustainability.

  • Epilepsy Niagara - 2006 Community

    Educating Minds and Changing Attitudes with Media: A series of public awareness initiatives to increase awareness and change attitudes on Epilepsy, including creation of a DVD, acquiring a media resource library and purchasing AV equipment

  • Epilepsy Niagara - 2011 Community

    This program will prepare our consumers to enter the workforce by providing seminar and workshops designed to empower and build confidence. EN would refer clients to placement agencies while EN would still work closely with clients pre and post employment by providing counselling and other supports.

  • Eventide Home - 2020 Mini- Spring

    Purchase I-Pad tablet to be used by residents in the Tech Your Rec (recreation) Program.

  • Eventide Home c/oThe Salvation Army Niagara Falls Honourable Ray & Helen Lawson - 2020 Mini Grants- Spring

    Purchase iPad tablet to be used by residents in the Tech Your Rec (recreation) Program.

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