Daycare And Early Childcare Grant Lists

Canada-Wide Grants

4Imprint: One by One
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: $500
We award grants for promotional products to organizations that are making a difference. This helps them spread the word, recruit volunteers, thank donors, or in some other way turn one thing into something much more.

American Express in the Community
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
American Express in the Community supports the community in ways that enhance the company’s reputation with employees, customers, merchants, business partners and other stakeholders. Not-for-profit organizations should: Preserve and enrich our diverse cultural heritage; Develop new leaders for tomorrow; Encourage community service where our employees and customers live and work. American Express’s funding priorities: Cultural Heritage, Leadership and Community Service.

BMO: Community Giving
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
BMO supports organizations that focus on collaboration, learning and innovation to develop forward-thinking solutions that benefit society. Under exceptional circumstances, applications from not-for-profit organizations may be considered if they align with BMO’s objectives. See website for guidelines.

The Canadian Council for the Arts
Deadline:
Numerous deadlines throughout the year.
Award Amount: Varies
The Canadian Council for the Arts champion and invest in artistic excellence through their grants, services, prizes and payments to Canadian artists and arts organizations. Explore and Create Grants support the creation and dissemination of innovative, vibrant and diverse art. Creating, Knowing and Sharing Grants support Indigenous individuals, groups, Indigenous-led arts organizations and arts/cultural sector development organizations that foster a vital and resilient Indigenous arts ecosystem.

The Carthy Foundation’s
Deadline:
Proposals accepted year-round
Award Amount: Varies
The Carthy Foundation’s mission is to foster the promise of youth and environmental wealth. The foundation has 4 funding areas: Adolescent Emotional Health and Wellness where the primary focus is on promoting optimal social, emotional and mental health and wellness among adolescents and young adults. Transitions to Employment for Youth and Young Adults where the primary focus is on connecting the supply and demand side of youth employment with supply representing youth and youth-serving agencies, and demand representing employers. Urban Environmental Sustainability supports initiatives that advance innovative policy and practice to enhance ecological systems in cities. Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture

Cenovus Energy: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Cenovus realizes a responsibility to manage their activities in areas where they operate by creating a positive impact for both the community and their business. Cenovus invests in creating programs, giving-in-kind support, sharing ideas and hosting and supporting events. Mainly AB, BC & Sask, see website for locations.

CIBC: Donations and Sponsorship Funding
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
CIBC helps strengthen communities with corporate donations and partnerships that support services, programs and organizations working to help cancer research and people with disabilities. CIBC Children’s Foundation applications are reviewed annually between February to May. Corporate donation requests are reviewed annually between January to October.

CIBC: Donations and Sponsorship Funding
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
CIBC helps strengthen communities with corporate donations and partnerships that support services, programs and organizations working to help cancer research and people with disabilities. CIBC Children’s Foundation applications are reviewed annually between February to May. Corporate donation requests are reviewed annually between January to October.

CNOOC International: Community Investment Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $25,000
CNOOC International’s Community Investment program helps strengthen the communities where we live and work. Through meaningful corporate gifts including donations and sponsorships, we prioritize funding for projects that provide long-term and sustainable results that have a positive impact on our communities. Funding priorities are: Supporting Thriving & Safe Communities; Advancing Education; Capacity Building for Indigenous Communities; and Employee Initiatives.

Costco: Charitable Contributions
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Costco Wholesale’s primary charitable efforts focus on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in the communities where we do business. We are thankful to be able to provide support to a variety of organizations and causes. Two levels of funding available: Warehouse Donations (local) and Grant Applications (broad based)

Enbridge: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Enbridge believes a community belongs to everyone who lives there and wants to make life better for our families, friends, neighbours, and ourselves. Enbridge’s community investments are guided by a core set of criteria. We consider donation and sponsorship opportunities in communities where Enbridge operates (Primarily within a 20-kilometre (10- mile) radius of our pipeline right-of-way or near our operations). Enbridge contributes to 3 core areas: Safe Communities; Vibrant Communities; and Sustainable Communities. Community Service Area

Government of Canada: Canada Cultural Spaces Fund
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) supports the improvement of physical conditions for arts, heritage, culture and creative innovation. The Fund supports renovation and construction projects, the acquisition of specialized equipment and feasibility studies related to cultural spaces.

ConocoPhillips Canada: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
ConocoPhillips support the education, natural resources, health and safety, arts, civic and social services, and disaster relief programs vital to the health and well-being of the communities where we live and work.

ConocoPhillips Canada: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
ConocoPhillips support the education, natural resources, health and safety, arts, civic and social services, and disaster relief programs vital to the health and well-being of the communities where we live and work.

Honda Canada Foundation
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Honda Canada Foundation supports people and organizations that focus on four areas: Family, Environment, Engineering and Education.

Max Bell Foundation
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount:  $10,000 - $200,000
Max Bell Foundation reflects the spirit, vision, and intent of its founder to improve Canadian society. The Foundation supports innovations that impact public policies and practices with an emphasis on health and wellness, education, and the environment.

Nutrien: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount:  Varies Nutrien invests in community initiatives and partnerships that enhance the quality of life in the regions where we operate and that reflect the goals and values of our company. We focus our community investment in four areas: Food Solutions, Community building, Health and safety, and Education.

Ovintiv (EnCana): Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount:  Varies
Ovintiv Community Investment programs strive to promote environmental stewardship, enhance the skill sets of the next generation of industry workers and support the needs of communities where we live and operate. See website for operation locations.

Pembina Pipeline Corporation: Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount:  Varies
Pembina partners with non-profit and charitable organizations that are based in, or support, the communities where we operate. We focus our investments on organizations that improve access to education, protect or preserve the environment, promote safety, create community space, and encourage wellness

Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self- sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas. AB & Sask

Scotia Bank: Global Philanthropic Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Scotibank is committed to helping young people reach theirinfinite potential by investing in the complete picture in their development. Scotiabank focuses donations and sponsorships in the areas of education, family, mind, body, living space and community.They are particularly interested in partnering with non-profitand charitable organizations that empower people with skills, tools and information to improve their health, safety and well-being.

SMS Equipment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: $3,000 or less & over $3,000
SMS Equipment is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the people that live in the communities where they operate. They support initiatives in: Education, Health, Culture, Environment and Regional Sustainably. 

The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood is an incubator of promising research and development projects that appear likely to improve the welfare of young children, from infancy through 7 years, in the United States. Welfare is broadly defined to include physical and mental health, safety, nutrition, education, play, familial support, acculturation, societal integration and childcare.Grants are only made if a successful project outcome will likely be of significant interest to other professionals, within the grantee’s field of endeavor, and would have a direct benefit and potential national application. The Foundation’s goal is to provide seed money to implement those imaginative proposals that exhibit the greatest chance of improving the lives of young children, on a national scale. Because of the Foundation’s limited funding capability, it seeks to maximize a grant's potential impact.

Child Care Stabilization Grant
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
DCYF is providing direct support through a Child Care Stabilization Grant. Individual grants will be available for licensed child care providers and license-exempt Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) providers. These individual grants will support providers in sustaining their child care business and ensuring affordable, high-quality child care services are available to families.

British Columbia

City of North Vancouver: Child Care Capital Improvement Fund
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The City of North Vancouver is offering grants to registered non-profit societies for the purpose of expanding, repairing, renovating or purchasing new equipment for childcare facilities in the City with preference given to projects that are in Lower Lonsdale, Queen Mary School vicinity or Mahon Park vicinity.

The Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Programs (CIP/AAP)
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Programs (CIP/AAP) are intended to be flexible and incorporate community-based funding decisions. The programs support local projects that provide additional value to Basin communities, and that benefit the broad community and public good. Each local government and Indigenous partner have its own guidelines and deadlines.

Columbia Power’s First Nations and Community Sponsorship
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Columbia Power’s First Nations and Community Sponsorship programs help to build strong partnerships and vibrant communities where they operate their facilities. Columbia Power’s funding supports a wide range of activities and organizations based in their operations regions in the West Kootenay including: Arts and cultural programming and events; Educational and youth-centered projects; Activities that support recreation and leisure; Health and wellness; Heritage; Environmental and conservation efforts; and First Nations initiatives.

FortisBC: Community Investment Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: $15,000FortisBC provides funding for community initiatives that help improve the communities in our FortisBC Service Areas. Four branches of community investment are supported: Safety – projects that promote natural gas and electrical safety, personal safety and accident avoidance. Education – projects that promote natural gas and electrical trades, literacy and leadership. Environment – projects directly benefit the environment. Indigenous Initiatives – projects that meet the unique needs of Indigenous groups, organizations or communities.

Interior Savings: Community Sponsorship
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Interior Savings supports community-based non-profit, volunteer or charitable organizations in the Okanagan, Thompson and Nicola Valley communities. Interior Savings’ community sponsorships should: Further one or more of Interior Savings’ community impact objectives.

Empowering parents of young children, with a focus on family and financial literacy Promoting and enhancing mental wellness Enhancing social connection with age and helping to build a more age-friendly community. Supporting a strong, cooperative local economy with a focus on cooperative development and social innovation Benefit the greatest number of people for the longest period of time. *Major Partner Sponsorships support programs or events that will also provide our employees the opportunity to participate and contribute as volunteers.

Island Coast Trust Programs
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
ICET’s mission is to be a partner and catalyst to build a diverse and sustainable Island and Coastal Economy. Community coverage map This is primarily achieved through strategic investments in key economic sectors, leveraging new funding and investment to the region, fostering collaboration and support for community economic development readiness. Funding is delivered through two core grant programs, the Economic Infrastructure and Innovation Program and the Economic Development Readiness Program. Regional collaboration and capacity building is also supported through sponsorship of events, bursaries and internships.

Kootenay Savings Community Investment
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Kootenay Savings is passionate about supporting our communities and are dedicated to making a real difference in the region. Kootenay Savings helps fund hundreds of exciting community projects and events by awarding financial sponsorships and in-kind donations to community groups and charitable organizations throughout the Kootenays.

Nelson & District Credit Union’s Community Investment Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Nelson & District Credit Union’s Community Investment Program is specifically created to help our communities thrive. The program provides funding assistance in the areas of education, community, economic development, social responsibility, wellness, recreation and arts, culture and Heritage.

Tale’awtxw Aboriginal Capital Corporation (TACC) Funding Programs
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
TACC delivers funding programs to Aboriginal entrepreneurs in the Coast Salish territory. All funding programs are intended to supplement the applicant equity and finance portions of a business opportunity and cannot be applied for on a standalone basis. Business Equity Program (BEP) is funded by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC). TACC is delivering the Business Equity Program (BEP) to qualifying projects, along with existing loan programs and services. The program aims to: increase the number of viable businesses in the TACC service area owned and controlled by Aboriginal Canadians and to provide a supportive business environment for Aboriginal Canadians; cultivate a culture of entrepreneurship in the Aboriginal community and to improve access to business opportunities; and enhance access to capital for Aboriginal businesses having difficulty obtaining conventional commercial financing. The New Relationship Trust (NRT) Equity Match Initiative will assist BC First Nation business projects with equity-matching funds to establish, modernize or expand a business. The NRT Grant is not offered as a stand-alone source of funding and must be applied for in conjunction with a TACC Loan. Only available to BC First Nation community-owned businesses and BC First Nation individual entrepreneurs.

The TLC Fund for Kids
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
From educational programs and backpack drives to playgrounds, to special care, The TLC Fund for Kids supports the needs of children, ages 18 & under on Southern Vancouver Island. The Fund can assist a single child or go towards helping a group. Any not-for-profit organization dedicated to the health, happiness and betterment of life for children on Southern Vancouver Island may request assistance. Individuals may also apply on behalf of their child, or another deserving child in need.

Alberta

ATB
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: $10,000
ATB celebrates and invests in initiatives that make Alberta an amazing place to live. As an Alberta-based institution, ATB sponsors events, festivals and innovation that we feel make our province better. All successful applications will fit into one of three sponsorship focuses: Arts & Culture, Community & Social Development and Sports & Wellness.

Calgary Foundation: Grassroot Stepping Stones Grants
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Stepping Stones Grants help people implement their own small acts of community, right in the communities where they live. Stepping Stones encourages active citizenship by helping grassroots community groups undertake small creative projects that build a sense of inclusive belonging in local communities. Calgary, Banff National Park, Rocky View County, the Municipal Districts of Big Horn, Foothills, Kananaskis and Wheatland, and the surrounding First Nations of Treaty 7 territory.

CGL Strategic Business & Tax Advisors Sponsorship
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
CGL supports local and surrounding communities by providing sponsorship for charities and non-profits that promote and support youth, local social welfare, healthcare, and amateur athletics.

City of Edmonton: Brownfield Redevelopment Grant
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $1,000
Brownfields are abandoned, idle or underutilized commercial or industrial properties where past actions have caused or may have caused environmental contamination, but where there is a potential for redevelopment. The Brownfield Redevelopment Grant Program promotes redevelopment of qualified brownfield properties by helping cover some of the testing and remediation costs.

City of Edmonton: Community League Emerging Grant
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: $5,000
Change Capital Project Grants provide funding to heritage organizations to undertake projects that develop internal capacity and new strategies that build resilience within the heritage sector.

The City of Edmonton Neighbourhood Park Development Program (NPDP)
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The City of Edmonton Neighbourhood Park Development Program (NPDP) provides funding to support improvements to parks at the neighbourhood level. The project must be on a neighbourhood park as defined by the Urban Parks Management Plan. Each project is subject to matching funds.

Edmonton Community Foundation: Small Grants
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $10,000
Edmonton Community Foundation strengthens the community by connecting donors to charities and causes that are important to them. Small Grants program is intended to support small and/or emerging needs through an expedited process.

Gasoline Alley Harley-Davidson Community Involvement
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Gasoline Alley Harley Davidson is committed to making a difference in Central Alberta by supporting causes that matter to our clients, our employees, and our communities. We aim to make a difference through corporate donations, sponsorships and providing support to non-profit organizations.

Kin Canada / Kinsmen Club of Edmonton
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Kinsmen Club of Edmonton supports the community through ongoing seed and project funding of human service programs and capital projects.

North West Redwater Partnership
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
North West Redwater Partnership believes in actively participating in and supporting the communities by enhancing and contributing to the current and future quality of life. Priority given to communities in the Alberta Industrial Heartland Region. We support organizations that provide services to and promote:
1. Programs that promote our Local Community’s education system for youth
2. Programs that foster work skills development for youth or disadvantaged persons
3. Programs that aid seniors living in the Local Community
Strong family support systems 
4. Programs to support youth community involvement

NOVA Chemical’s Community Investment Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
NOVA Chemical’s Community Investment Program invests in the well-being of the communities by lending a hand to organizations dedicated to making a difference and improving the overall quality of life in Central Alberta.

RBC’s Community and Social Impact
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
RBC’s Community and Social Impact programs fund issues of today and tomorrow. RBC supports programs or projects that involve Youth, Artists, Environment, Athletes, Sustainable Finance and Diversity & Inclusion.

Servus Credit Union Community Investment Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $3,000
Servus looks for partnerships that bring people together, support communities and save people money. Community Investment partnerships fall into these 3 areas: Free Community Events – local events that are open to the public free of charge. Community Access – partnership with local non-profits to offer free or reduced admission fees for people to enjoy community and cultural activities or attractions. Financial Literacy – dedicated to helping people improve their financial fitness through financial literacy

Strathcona County Community Programs
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Strathcona County offers a broad range of grants and funding to support community initiatives or events that benefit Strathcona Count and its residents. Check website for more details on each grant or program

KPMG Foundation
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The KPMG Foundation plays an active part in our communities across Canada through Educational and Non-Educational Grants.

The Muttart Foundation
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Muttart Foundation currently supports work in areas of early childhood education and care. Their goals are to: foster, promote and support the organizational vehicles and process that will enable charitable early childhood and care organizations to play a full role in the development of public policy related to early childhood education and care. Support the development of increased organizational capacity in early childhood and care charitable organizations with an emphasis on executive and management staff.

Westerner Park Community Sponsorship Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Westerner Park supports Red Deer and surrounding area by providing sponsorship and gift in kind facility space for local organizations and groups that make a positive impact in our community and share our commitment to creating world-class, family friendly events.

Saskatchewan

Accent Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
For the past 10 years, Accent Credit Union has provided financial support to our communities. We encourage our staff and board to volunteer and give back to the communities we serve. Kelvington, Jansen & Quill Lake

Diamond North Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Diamond North Credit Union provides sponsorship and donations for your local event, program, activity or organization in the form of monetary donations, in-kind items (promotional merchandise), and/or employee volunteer support. 

Edam Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The credit union is committed to supporting our local community activities that contribute to the growth and well- being of our community and surrounding area. We believe a strong community provides the foundation for the quality of life and positive environment our members and community deserve.

Innovation Credit Union: Community Sponsorships & Donations
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Sponsorship and donations for your local event, program, activity or organization can be in the form of monetary donations, in-kind items (promotional merchandise), and/or employee volunteer support. To qualify for support, the request must benefit the communities in which Innovation serves.We consider sponsorship and donations in the following areas: Agriculture, Arts & Culture, Business, Charity, Community, Education, Health & Wellness, Sports & Recreation

LeRoy Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
LeRoy Credit Union is committed to making a positive impact in our communities. Our staff makes community involvement a priority through leadership roles and volunteerism. Our organization provides funding to local organizations to make a measurable difference to the quality of life in our community. We welcome requests for sponsorship throughout the year. Please contact us if you would like to submit a community investment opportunity request.

Raymore Credit Union: Donations and Sponsorships
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Under $1,000
RCU believes in our community. We take pride in the ability to support various charitable, volunteer and community organizations. Thousands of dollars are invested and donated back into our surrounding communities each year. Examples include: Community events, Arts & cultural events, Sports events and Co-operative initiatives.

Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union: Community Support
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union takes pride in investing in the dreams that help our members and communities succeed. For us, community support goes beyond business relationships. We support the charities, volunteer organizations and community organizations that make our community strong. We believe a strong community provides the foundation for the quality of life and positive environment our members and community deserve.

Saskatoon City Employees Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Giving back to make an impact. We provide donations to worthy organizations and sponsor events and activities to support our communities.

TCU Financial Group: Community Support Deadline: Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $5,000
TCU Financial Group is committed to providing support to the communities in which we live and work. TCU will lead by example and use our resources to affect positive change in our communities. To achieve strong community relationships, TCU offers sponsorships and donations to those community organizations, activities and events that meet its guidelines. 

Synergy Credit Union: Synergy Shares Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Synergy Shares Program support projects and programs that: sustain, improve, and grow the communities where we have a presence; support financial wellness, including scholarships and financial literacy programs; sustain and improve health care; support local initiatives within the community. Service Area

Torquay Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Torquay Credit Union will participate in initiatives, which encourage the economic and social well being of the communities in which we have a presence.

Unity Credit Union: Corporate Sponsorship
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Sponsorships and donations involve financial and/or in-kind contributions (i.e., staff time, donation of equipment, provision of office space) to local events or organizations. Preference is given to charitable and non- profit events and organizations. The credit union may consider sponsorships and donations in the following areas: community economic development, youth and education, visible minorities, health and human services, agriculture, arts and culture, professional or amateur sport, or co-operative development.

Weyburn Credit Union: Corporate Donations and Sponsorships
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Weyburn Credit Union is only as strong as the members and the communities we serve. That is why community involvement is at the heart of everything we do. We are here to help members live the life they want, and that means building strong, healthy, positive communities in which to live and work. We consider donation and sponsorship requests where our involvement would play a meaningful role in the growth and development of our trade area.

Manitoba

The Caisse Financial Group
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Caisse Financial Group community sponsorship program assists projects, activities and initiatives of a community or charitable nature. This program mainly focuses on three themes which are building strong and vibrant communities, sustainable development of the local economy and celebrating community pride and culture. Two funding programs are available: Community Sponsorship Caisse GREEN Fund program

City of Winnipeg Community Incentive Grant Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Community Incentive Grant Program of the City of Winnipeg is designed to encourage non-profit community organizations to undertake improvements or purchase capital assets that are available for public use or will enhance public use of a space or facility.

Healthy Together Now (HTN)
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Up to $500 & Over $500
Healthy Together Now (HTN) projects and initiatives are community-led and address the current needs and issues identified by each community and Winnipeg community area. Each region and Winnipeg community area has a community based committee that reviews the applications and HTN will not necessarily fund identical projects across regions or Winnipeg.

Manitoba Hydro Donations & Sponsorship
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Our business success is linked to the economic and social vibrancy of the communities in which we operate. We are committed to supporting events and activities that make Manitoba a better place to live, work, and visit.

Pinawa Community Foundation
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Pinawa foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the region of Pinawa and the LGD. They support social services, health, arts, education and the environment.

Southern Health-Santé Sud
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Southern Health-Santé Sud provides different community granting opportunities throughout the year. These grants are available for programs and initiatives that reduce the risk of chronic disease and support community wellness.

Sunova Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Healthy communities lead to bright futures. That’s why we are so passionate to give back to the communities we work in. We want our communities, your communities, to thrive. Sponsorships – event or project partnerships Community Change – small donations for community projects

Sunrise Credit Union
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
Sunrise Credit Union has contributed more than two million dollars toward community donations, sponsorships and scholarships.

The Tire Stewardship Manitoba (TSM) Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program
Deadline:
Ongoing
Award Amount: Varies
The Tire Stewardship Manitoba (TSM) Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program provides funding for the use of recycled tire products made from Manitoba tires in projects delivered by local governments, post-secondary and research institutions, community and youth groups, Aboriginal organizations, and First Nation communities. Subject to funding availability matching grants up to 3 project levels are provided: Up to $5,000 for Rubber Flooring Surface Mats Up to $ 10,000 for Sports Field Infill Material, Playground Surface Material, Rubber Paving Material, Landscape Mulch Up to $20,000 for Geotechnical, Road Construction, Landfill Systems, Rubber Asphalt Paving, & Applied Research Projects.

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