#WeekendReads – GIVEOakville: A Deep Dive Into Causes

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. GIVEOakville is Oakville’s only online crowdfunding campaign to help local charities in the Oakville and Halton area. […]

10 Reasons to Give With GIVEOakville

Have you explored the GIVEOakville campaign yet?  GIVEOakville is Oakville’s ONLY online crowdfunding campaign that features dozens of local charities that need your help this holiday season to reach their goals. The Oakville Community Foundation organizes this campaign as part of their role as a hub for community knowledge and to offer donors in Oakville […]

Oakville Community Foundation Announces New DEI-Focused Funding

By: Rob V. Budhwa, Board Member and Chair, Governance and Nominating Committee The Oakville Community Foundation has made it a priority to reduce inequalities in both our operations and in our community. To this end, we have embarked on a number of initiatives and operational changes to become more inclusive and supportive of diverse populations. […]

Oakville Community Foundations launches GIVEOakville campaign, redesigned platform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakville, Ont., November 15, 2021 – The Oakville Community Foundation has launched the GIVEOakville campaign, running from November 15 until December 13, 2021, with a new redesigned platform. GIVEOakville is a holiday-giving campaign that features dozens of charities in the Oakville and Halton area. Charities request up to $25,000 to support their […]

Oakville Community Foundation Signs Canadian Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change

By: Fred Pinto – Board Member, Oakville Community Foundation The Oakville Community Foundation is proud to be a signatory to the Canadian Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change.  The Canadian Philanthropy Climate Commitment, is a joint initiative of Community Foundations of Canada (CFC), Environment Funders Canada, Philanthropic Foundations Canada, and The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal […]

#WeekendReads – GIVEOakville: Certified for Local Impact

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. The Oakville Community Foundation is weeks away from launching its annual GIVEOakville campaign to support local […]

New Truth & Reconciliation Initiative “Debwewin”-The Oakville Truth Project

October 7, 2021 – The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and the Oakville Community Foundation have launched “Debwewin”- the Oakville Truth Project, to further our shared understanding of Oakville’s Indigenous past and support local Truth & Reconciliation. “Debwewin” refers to one of the Anishinabek seven grandfathers teaching for “truth.” This project will raise questions about […]

#WeekendReads – Windmill Microlending, The Foundation’s newest PRI

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. By: Ameeta Vijay – Board Member and Chair, PRI Deal Review Subcommittee  Last year The Foundation added […]

Learn About the Women’s Giving Collective!

The Women’s Giving Collective (WGC) is now into its third year in 2021 and preparing to make its final grant of a three-year commitment to Heartache2Hope. Combined with the first year commitment, the WGC has now provided a total of $16,500 to support individuals bereaved by suicide. What is the Women’s Giving Collective? The Women’s […]

From the Archives – Older Adults in our Community

The Oakville Community Foundation has 27 years of published content from blogs, articles, research, reports and more! Join us as we periodically look back at The Foundation’s history of work on various topics and issues in the community in our new series, From the Archives. Through the Years Did you know that the Vital Older […]