Initiatives The Equality Fund The Equality Fund is a first learning opportunity as community foundations and local organizations come together to explore ways to support leadership in the women's movement and advance gender equality in all communities. Investment Readiness Program Round 2 of the Investment Readiness Program NOW Open! A new national initiative funded by the Government of Canada. IRP will provide time-limited investments to support a broad range of social purpose organizations. Program Related Investments Program Related Investments are made for more than financial return with a focus on supporting a solution to a social, cultural or environmental issue. Community Education Awards Hub Free, online access to numerous community scholarships, bursaries and awards in the Oakville area. Emergency Community Support Fund Delivering emergency funding in Oakville to qualified charities. Community Classroom Online Community Classroom brings arts, culture and heritage programs to Oakville’s publicly funded elementary students free of charge. And, now with schools closed, we've taken it online! Truth & Reconciliation in Oakville Oakville resides on the treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, part of the Anishinaabe Nation, whose traditional territory encompasses 3.9 million acres of southern Ontario. Halton Granter’s Roundtable The work of the Halton Granter’s Roundtable continues to evolve, and with the work of the consultants, new research is shedding light on critical issues, specific to youth in and at risk in our region. Charity-Small Business Partnership Program A unique program that encourages local charities to apply for funding to purchase goods and services from small Oakville businesses. Applications are now open. 2019 Annual Report Read our new all-digital 2019 Annual Report! GIVEOakville An online giving program which will open in late Fall. Charities are invited to submit applications until August 31, 2020. Community Classroom Community Classroom brings arts, culture and heritage programs to Oakville’s publicly funded elementary students free of charge.