Recent Grants – 2020

Amici Camping Charity

A one-year grant of $35,000 to support Amici campers and their return to camp in summer 2021 and unlock their full potential with the life-changing magic of summer camp.

For further information about the charity, see AmiciCharity.org.

Black Creek Community Farm

A one-year grant of $35,000 to support their children’s outdoor
environmental education program where kids can learn all about accessing healthy food options and environmental stewardship.

For further information about the farm, see BlackCreekFarm.ca.

Ecology Ottawa

A one-year grant of $25,000 to fund a project which will advocate for compact urban planning and influence the city’s Official Plan to help combat climate change.

For further information about the organization, see EcologyOttawa.ca.

Good Baby Box – CDCQuinte

A one-year grant of $35,000 to support CDCQuinte’s Good Baby Box program to help provide access to childcare items such as formula, jarred baby food, cereal, and diapers at a “much lower than retail” cost to community members.

For further information about the program, see CDCQuinte.com/good-baby-box.

Growing Chefs

A one-year grant of $35,000 to support the development and delivery of virtual resources and food education programming to help children develop many important skills.

For further information about the program, see GrowingChefsOntario.ca.

Pine River Institute

A one-year grant of $35,000 to support their Equine Assisted Therapy program in order to assist youth and families struggling with mental health issues and addictive behaviours.

For further information about the institution, see PineRiverInstitute.com.

The Redwood

A one-year grant of $30,178.80 to support the Kids Bike Camp at the Redwoods shelter where women with children are emerging from abusive domestic conditions.

For further information about the shelter, see TheRedwood.com

SARI Therapeutic Riding

A one-year grant of $10,000 to provide opportunities for people with special needs to move towards greater independence and freedom through their connection with horses.

For further information about the program, see sari.ca/content/therapeutic-riding.

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