Every year, more than 3,000 applications are received, and over $136 million is awarded to some 1,000 public benefit sector organizations.
Seed Grants: Starting projects at the idea or conceptual stage.
Grow Grants: Building on the success of a proven model or program.
Capital Grants: Broadening access to and improving community spaces
Collective Impact Grants: Bringing about fundamental change with collective action.
Registration and Application deadlines.
The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) wants to partner with business-minded Northerners to develop innovative technologies, invest in infrastructure, bolster collaboration and build economic development capacity. By supporting your business vision, we can strengthen the North’s competitive advantage. NOHFC programs focus on the growth of the existing and emerging sectors identified in the Growth Plan for Northern Ontario and the government’s key priority of helping communities prosper.
The NOHFC offers five programs: the Strategic Economic Infrastructure Program, the Northern Community Capacity Building Program, the Northern Innovation Program, the Northern Business Opportunity Program and the Northern Ontario Internship Program.
Natural Resources Canada has a comprehensive list of Energy Conservation initiatives listed for the province of Ontario. Ex. Incentives for Lighting Retrofits.
The Government of Canada’s Enabling Accessibility Fund for mid-sized projects supports the construction, renovation and retrofit of accessible facilities or venues in Canadian communities that offer or plan to offer programs and/or services that focus on a holistic approaching addressing the social and/or labour market integration needs of people with disabilities.
Notes: Funded projects are expected to begin in early 2019. Eligible organizations may submit a maximum of one (1) Application for Funding in this process.
Kraft Heinz Project Play is helping to build a better future by building better places to play in communities across Canada.
Now in its 10th year, Kraft Heinz Project Play has awarded over $2.6 million dollars to 77 communities across Canada, because a better future begins with building better places to play.
The Grand Prize winner will receive $250,000 towards a recreational facility upgrade and the three remaining finalists will each receive $25,000.