The new rain garden in Fred Hamilton Park - This grant project involved the retrofit of a park building to capture rainwater and then store it in an underground cistern. The rainwater can be retrieved using child-friendly hand pump and then used to water trees, shrubs and other plantings.
The majority of the City's cultural grants are administered by Toronto Arts Council, however, the City provides direct financial investment in culture through three programs.
CPIP grants are partnerships or investments that help the City achieve its social, economic and cultural goals for its residents.
Apply for a variety of grants, incentives to help you reduce your energy use and make your home more resilient to extreme weather.
Get information on student nutrition program grants, which help provide healthy meals and snacks to children and youth.
Find information on Toronto’s heritage properties and apply for grants and rebates.
Learn about the City’s pro-active graffiti management program and apply for funding and support to develop and increase awareness about street art.