Community Services Recovery Fund
This $400 million Fund will support Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery.
Enabling up to $10,000 loans to local Halton Charities, for timely emergency bridge financing.
GIVEOakville 2022 results are now live!
Oakville Community Foundation grants $200k to local gender-equity charities
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., January 27, 2023 – Today, the Oakville Community Foundation announced funding totalling $200,000 to seven charitable organizations that are leading initiatives to support women, girls, Two-Spirit and gender-diverse individuals working towards a future grounded in equity, inclusion and justice. The funding is through the Fund for Gender Equality (the Fund). […]
Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Classroom launches its fifth year
New programming: Moccasin Identifier kits, Bhangra with Gurdeep Pandher and more FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., January, 16, 2023 – The Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Classroom Online has relaunched with both archived and new, free interactive videos spanning local arts, culture, heritage and environmental programming for Halton students. To start the year, students and teachers […]
Oakville Community Foundation to distribute $550,000 through Community Services Recovery Fund
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., January 10, 2023 – The Community Services Recovery Fund, in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, Community Foundations of Canada and the United Way Centraide Canada, is now open for applications. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a historic one-time investment of $400 million by the Government of Canada that […]
Oakville Resettlement Fund – Donate to support local Refugee families.
With the growing crisis in the Ukraine, donations made to the Oakville Resettlement Fund will help future Ukrainian refugees in the Oakville and Halton area. The Oakville Resettlement Fund was established in 2017 during the Syrian Resettlement crisis, and has helped support the local needs of new immigrants and refugees, specifically Syrian and Afghan refugees. Support from this fund will help provide needs such as food, clothing, shelter, transportation, and other basic needs.