Grants are partnerships or investments that help the City of Toronto Achieve its social, economic and cultural goals for its residents. The City's goals are better achieved by supporting the work of organizations that are closer to the communities they serve.
1) Anti-Black Racism Youth Leadership Grant
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Information Sessions Anti-Black Racism Youth Leadership Grant
On October 3, 2017 Council approved the launch of Anti-Black Racism Youth Leadership Grant to support effective Black youth leadership projects, including Rites of Passage, civic and community leadership.
This grant is in support of the Interim Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism. A one-time total of $400,000 is available from the City, in partnership with United Way Toronto & York Region.
The purpose of the grant is to support, equip and build diverse Black youth leadership in the community.
Letter of Intent Deadline: Friday, November 17, 2017 at midnight (11:59 PM)
Upcoming Information Sessions:
October 25: Please join us in Ontario Trillium Foundation Offices , 800 Bay Street 5Th Floor ( Bay and College), on Wednesday, October 25th from 10am -12pm if you have questions about this grant call. There is WebEx technology available for this session please contact us for further information email@example.com.
October 30: Please join us in the Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Drive South, Committee Room 1, on Monday October 30th from 5pm-7pm if you have questions about this grant call.
2) Introducing the City of Toronto's Neighbourhood Grants Program! NEW!
Do you have a passion for improving your community? Are you a resident-led group with a great event idea that needs funding?
Grants of $1,000 to $3,000 are available to activate your neighbourhood and advance the Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy 2020 (TSNS 2020).
Click here to find out if your resident-led group is eligible to apply.
The Community Service Partnerships (CSP) program supports a strong community based sector and facilitates access to services that improve social outcomes for vulnerable, marginalized and high-risk communities.
The Community Funding Investment Programs provide short-term grants to projects that contribute to the City's social, economic and cultural goals.
At the end of March 2017, City Council approved the new Community Investment Funding (CIF) framework. Information about the three new grant programs will be supplied as they are launched over the year.
- Neighbourhood Micro Grants
- Identify 'N Impact (for youth-led groups)
The Waste Diversion Rate Waiver Program was concluded effective December 31, 2016. Registered charities with a CRA charity number in good standing no longer need to apply for the Waste Diversion Rate Waiver Program to have their fees waived.
Direct questions about the Program's conclusion to firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct questions regarding billing adjustments or inquiries to email@example.com