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 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. Community Building at a time of Social Distancing Community Building in a time of Social Distancing is a message from our CEO outlining our business continuity and health and safety plans, and our commitment to continue "building community through philanthropy" 25 Community Conversations Report Launch We wanted to learn how Oakville could foster more belonging and inclusiveness over the next 25 years. Community Education Awards Hub One-stop, free, online source for students to access numerous community scholarships, bursaries and awards in the Oakville area. Emergency Community Support Fund The Oakville Community Foundation is proud to be working with both Community Foundations of Canada (CFC) and the Government of Canada to deliver local 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! Walk the Oakville Heritage Trails Indoors We wanted to share a drone video of the Oakville Heritage Trails we filmed last July. Truth & Reconciliation in Oakville We are proud to be a signatory to the Circle on Philanthropy's Call to Action. 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. Halton Community Services Directory: COVID-19 Resources and Information Please visit this page to see the most accurate information on what services are available to the public in Halton. GIVEOakville An online giving program which will open in late Fall. Charities are invited to submit applications in late summer. Community Classroom Community Classroom brings arts, culture and heritage programs to Oakville’s publicly funded elementary students free of charge.