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Oakville Community Foundation’s GIVEOakville campaign funds $575,000 for local charities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., January 19, 2022 – The Oakville Community Foundation’s GIVEOakville campaign funded just over $575,000 to support local charities in the Oakville and Halton area. GIVEOakville supported grant requests from 55 local charities in Oakville’s only online crowd-funding campaign. Just over $425,000 was raised from The Foundation’s Fundholders and public donations. […]

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Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Classroom Online has new interactive videos and programs from Community Partners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., January 10, 2022 – The Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Classroom Online has reopened for 2022 and features new interactive videos for elementary and secondary students plus NEW live-streamed events. The goal is to ensure students continue to have access to local arts, culture, heritage and environmental programming free of charge […]

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Oakville Community Foundation grants $10K to help resettlement of Afghan refugees by local faith community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., December 21, 2021 – The Oakville Community Foundation has granted $10,000 from the Oakville Resettlement Fund to support the resettlement efforts of Afghan refugees in Oakville. The money will help Maple Grove United Church, Knox Presbyterian Church and Munn’s United Church sponsor one family each. It costs around $40,000 to […]

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Making Local Education Even Better

Community Classroom brings arts, culture, heritage and environmental programs to Oakville’s publicly funded elementary students free of charge.

New 2021 Programming Now Available.

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Oakville Resettlement Fund – Donate to support local Refugee families.

Donations made to this Fund will be used to support the emerging needs for Afghan refugee families in Oakville and Halton.  The Foundation will work with leading organizations in the resettlement efforts, to provide guidance on where these funds are most needed.  Your support will be greatly appreciated and generously received.

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