Ontario Trillium Foundation invests in local community groups
The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is investing in 288 not-for-profit and charitable organizations across Ontario.
Many of the grants announced today will help local community organizations increase their impact and create sustainable benefits for residents and neighbourhoods.OTF funding will be used to create more opportunities to help families and individuals of all ages and abilities become more engaged in local community life through access to community programs and infrastructure.
In addition to Community grants, OTF is announcing 30 Province-Wide grants. The social and economic impact of this broad funding to larger organizations will benefit communities across the province.
“The Government of Ontario is proud to partner with our not-for-profit and charitable organizations to build strong and vibrant communities across the province. Not-for-profit and charitable organizations are well positioned to capitalize on local partnerships and collaborations thanks to the investments made by the Ontario Trillium Foundation that strengthen a variety of initiatives at the local level and throughout Ontario.”
– Michael Chan, Ontario Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
“Not-for-profit organizations know the needs of local individuals and families best. That’s why we are so pleased to invest in these organizations across the province – the goals are well known and the benefits sustainable.”
-Dev Sainani, Chair Ontario Trillium Foundation
About The Foundation:
The leading grant-maker in Canada, the Ontario Trillium Foundation strengthens the capacity of the voluntary sector through investments in community-based initiatives. An agency of the Government of Ontario, OTF helps build healthy and vibrant communities.
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