-->
    • A
    • A
    • A
Grants
{url:segments segment='2'}

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.
 
Clear All Filters

  • Mainstream: An Unsheltered Workshop - 2009 Youth

    Mainstream's Graffiti Production: run production in partnership with Carousel Players Theatre Company with the goal of educating youth in becoming respectful and responsible in their community.

  • March of Dimes Canada - 2021 Howes

    Support the needs of stroke survivors as they navigate their path forward after a stroke by expanding the After Stroke program throughout Niagara Region.

  • Mayholme Foundation - 2005 Community

    Indexing Project: Acquisition of one new computer capable of running indexing programs for genealogical research plus 10 site licenses for MS Access to be used by volunteers

  • McMaster Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine - 2018 David S. Howes Fund

    Support the pilot program of a dedicated triage and wrap-around services staff person stationed in the Welland emergency department.

  • McMaster Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine - 2018 Mini - August

    Support workshop for health professionals in Niagara to learn about the effects of poverty on health and, in particular, to introduce and explore opportunities to improve the health of the homeless.

  • McMaster Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine - 2016 Community - Spring

    HEART will improve healthcare quality for homeless patients across the Niagara region. Participants will share their experiences as patients through interviews and then participate in a drama that will allow them to act out their solutions for improving healthcare. These suggestions will be presented to the Niagara Health System.

  • McNally House Hospice - 2000 Youth Grant

    McNally House Hospice

  • McNally House Hospice - 2021 Howes

    Support $9.5M capital campaign to fund a new 10-bed Hospice Residence while the current 6-bed hospice will be renovated to house the new Day Hospice.

  • Merritton Community Group (City of St. Catharines) - 2005 Community

    Merritton Community Group Strategic Planning: Opportunity to develop plan to successfully continue publishing Merritton Matters newsletter

  • Momentum Choir - 2017 Community - Spring

    After 10 years, revitalize brand with the creation of a new professional brand identity and a brand guidelines document.

  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - 2003 Community

    Knowledge is Power: A five-day wellness pilot program held over March Break that will bring children who have a parent with MS together to learn to cope with the impact of MS

  • Music Niagara (Canadian Chamber Academy) - 2014 Community Fall

    Develop a compelling communications program including website and social media.

  • Music Niagara (Canadian Chamber Academy) - 2017 Community - Fall

    Pilot program to bring professional, world-class music concerts to seniors in nursing homes or residences, and their friends and families, for those who have limited capacity to go out to a concert.

  • No results found matching your critera.