Announcing Community Fund for Canada’s 150th
The Community Fund for Canada’s 150th is a small grants program that will support community initiatives from coast to coast to coast. The Fund is a collaboration between Canada’s community foundations, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders. The Fund is based on grassroots leadership, and will take on a local focus and timeline in each community.
Who Can Apply?
Registered charities operating within the Town of Oakville are eligible to apply through the Oakville Community Foundation to the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th
. Applicants must verify their status through the CRA database as part of the application process.
Complete Application details available soon. Call for proposals will be available June 30th, with applications due September 1st
There is also a Canada 150 Fund, a Federal Government funding program, and is currently accepting applications. Please visit The Canada 150 FUND
for details on how to apply to this Fund. This is not a program of the Oakville Community Foundation.
Oakville is a Community of Contrasts
Being plugged in locally - where we live and play - builds local knowledge, drives success and creates a thriving community. Oakville's 2015 Vital Signs tells the story of Two Oakvilles and aims to identify the major issues affecting quality of life in the Oakville community. It also shines a light on the good work being done by charitable agencies, citizens and local governments to improve the lives of vulnerable individuals and families.
We believe the report will encourage more voices to join the conversation about how we can learn more, do more and give more to create a community where everyone feels they belong.
Learn more about the four key issues in Oakville's Vital Signs 2015:
- Equity gap
- Affordable Housing
- Mental Health
Learn More. Do More. Give More.
The 2015 Vital Signs® report is the first step toward raising awareness of our community’s needs and its resources. We don’t have the solutions, but we can create opportunities for problem-solving and collaboration.
Vital Signs 2.0
Learn more about the foundation and where The Foundation is headed - visit our microsite