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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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  • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - 2012 Community

    The Schizophrenia Society of Ontario wishes to increase our capacity in the Niagara region to implement two new support groups aimed at addressing the educational, support and system navigation needs of families and consumers affected by schizophrenia and psychosis.

  • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Hamilton / Niagara Chapter - 2006 Community

    Schizophrenia Awareness Campaign: Towards the purchase of laptop computer and projector

  • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Hamilton / Niagara Chapter - 2008 Community

    L.E.A.P. Training: A series of workshops for mental health providers, caregivers and consumers to help a person with a mental illness become fully engaged in treatment

  • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Hamilton / Niagara Chapter - 2009 Mini - Oct

    Fund the creation and production of a Mental health Colouring/Activity Booklet for children age 7 to 12.

  • Schizophrenia Society of Ontario - Hamilton / Niagara Chapter - 2011 Youth

    The teacher/school personnel inservice training is designed to provide teachers, administrative staff ando ther school personnel with a basic knowledge of mental health, its importnace, what mental illness is and its signs and symptoms. The in-service does this by way of a power-point presentation, two hours in length, which combines instruction with hands-on activities.

  • Scientists In School - Niagara Region Branch - 2019 Community Grant

    Support the Adopt a Low-Income School initiative in the Niagara Region which allows schools in financial need participate in the Scientists in School program.

  • Scientists In School - Niagara Region Branch - 2018 Community Spring

    Provide 14 classroom workshops and 1 community workshop to kindergarten to grade 8 students to close the STEM Education Gap in Low‐Income Schools in the Niagara Region.

  • Scottlea Presbyterian Church - 2018 Community Spring

    Creation of 20 community garden plots on church grounds, open to anyone in the community with the goal of providing fresh low cost food for low income families and newcomers.

  • Scouts Canada - 2015 Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

  • Scouts Canada - 2011 Summer Camp

  • Scouts Canada - 2012 Summer Camp

  • Scouts Canada - 2013 Summer Camp

  • Shaw Festival Theatre Foundation, Canada - 2018 Community Spring

    To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI, The Shaw will take O’Flaherty V.C., set during WWI play, into Legions across the Niagara Region, connecting with seniors/veterans.

  • Showboat Festival Theatre of Port Colborne Inc. - 2004 Community

    Workplace health and Safety Upgrade: purchase of a powered elevating work platform

  • Showboat Festival Theatre of Port Colborne, Inc. - 2015 Community - Fall

    Redesign and rebuild of the agency website to achieve higher functionalilty and marketing.

  • Small Change Fund - 2020 Environmental Grant

    Engage in shoreline cleanups along shores of Lake Ontario and include data collection and citizen science opportunities.

  • Small Change Fund - 2020 Environmental

    Engage in shoreline cleanups along shores of Lake Ontario and include data collection and citizen science opportunities.

  • St. Albans Church - 2016 Community - Spring

    We collect donated bicycles, refurbish them and provide them to migrant farmworkers and refugees who need them for transportation.

  • St. Catharines & Area Arts Council - 2009 Mini - Aug

    Fund the purchase of office equipment for a shared space downtown for the The Essential Collective Theatre Company.

  • St. Catharines Blind Bowlers - 2004 Community

    Straight Shooters: To purchase portable railings

  • St. Catharines Museum - 2008 Community

    Preserving Niagara's Heritage: Towards acquisition of resources to preserve The Standard Collection

  • St. James & St. Brendan Anglican Church - 2019 Mini - March

    Purchase tools for the volunteers planting and maintaining gardens at Mariners Park in downtown Port Colborne.

  • St. James & St. Brendan Anglican Church - 2019 Mini- August

    Purchase tools for the volunteers planting and maintaining gardens at Mariners Park in downtown Port Colborne.

  • St. James & St. Brendan Anglican Church - 2017 Community - Spring

    Reestablish water and add irrigation lines on recently purchased property to service community garden and a living wall and build and prepare pallets for planting season.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2014 Community Fall

    Purchase 20 new adult and 20 new infant CPR manikins to be used in all First Aid/CPR training classes.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2007 Community

    Medical Equipment: To purchase AED medical first responder program equipment to comply with 2007 CPR protocol changes

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2009 Mini - Aug

    Fund the purchase of medical supplies to be used across the Region, due to the amalgamation of 11 municipalities.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2010 Mini Jan

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2011 Mini - March

    Purchase medical equipment and printer for set up of additional Medical First Reponder training centres in Welland and St. Catharines.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2011 Mini - Oct

    Purchase LCD projector and easels for training sessions and meetings used both by the Youth Division and Medical First Responder volunteers.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2012 Mini - Aug

    Purchase desktop computer for agency programming.

  • St. John Ambulance - Lincoln County Branch, St. Catharines - 2013 Youth

    Expansion for Paws for Stories which assists children who struggle with reading become confident in their skills by reading to a child-tested dog. The program is also used for children who have difficulty socializing with other children by giving them a “peer” who visits the school regularly who is non-judgemental.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch - 2015 Mini - March

    Purchase safety equipment for the Search & Rescue Niagara training exercises and for actual search and rescues.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch - 2004 Community

    Building a Stronger Youth Program: Resources and training targeted to their youth volunteers

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch - 2008 Mini - May

    Bring pre-established Provincial leadership program to Niagara

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch (St. John Council for Ontario) - 2019 Mini - March

    Purchase 20 training uniforms for MFR volunteers to ensure effective training and health and safety services to community members in 2019 and in the years ahead.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch (St. John Council for Ontario) - 2015 Mini - August

    Purchase 3 vehicle back-up cameras for 2 ambulances and 1 van to increase safety.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch (St. John Council for Ontario) - 2015 Community - Fall

    Support Paws 4 Stories reading program that will provide children the opportunity to read to therapy dogs at schools and libraries in order to improve their reading skills, enjoyment of reading and self-confidence.
     

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch (St. John Council for Ontario) - 2019 David S. Howes Fund

    Support the Mental Health First Aid Training of St. John Ambulance instructors that then will be offered to citizens and organizations.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Falls Branch (St. John Council for Ontario) - 2018 Community Spring

    Expand and increse awareness of the Therapy Dog program to meet the increasing demand for Therapy Dog visits.

  • St. John Ambulance - Niagara Region - 2015 Community - Fall

    Replace roof-top heat/ac unit at regional training facility where volunteers receive training to carry out the community service offered to visitors across Niagara and to students receiving first aid training.
     

  • Start Me Up Niagara (SMUN) - 2013 environmental

    Establish sustainable technologies and methods to protect and conserve water at the Start Me Up Niagara building located within the the Twelve Mile Creek watershed and at the Vineland garden which sources water from lake Ontario and initiate the public and volunteer education the Green Garden program.

  • Suitcase in Point Theatre Company - 2014 Mini October

    Purchase a ATA Wood Flight Truck Pack Trunk Case to safely store delicate assets such as lighting board and sound mixer.

  • Suitcase in Point Theatre Company - 2013 Mini - March

    Purchase black-out blinds for the 2nd floor ehearsal space that is made available to several arts groups.

  • Suitcase in Point Theatre Company - 2014 Community Spring

    Support a four week after school acting program for teens that will be facilitated by Stephanie Jones upon her return from her Fellowship at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Stephanie will blog about her experience to the Niagara community. Students will learn the acting toward truthful performance. The cost will be alleviated by subsidized enrollment.

  • Suitcase in Point Theatre Company - 2016 Canada 150

    In the Soil Festival - Celebrating Canada - deliver three high-engagement arts activities to promote community participation and celebrate diverse meanings of being Canadian.

  • Suitcase in Point Theatre Company - 2020 Community Grants

    Support 40 minute immersive, sight specific, play that starts at Salem Chapel British Methodist Episcopal Church and ends at City Hall for the Emancipation Day flag raising ceremony.

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