The Atmospheric Fund – Expression of interest July 8, 2022
TAF funds a wide range of projects and approaches that can generate large-scale carbon reduction in the GTHA. For example, TAF funding may be used to design or implement climate policy solutions, demonstrate new and scalable approaches to reduce emissions, or advance equitable cities and generate other social benefits. We are excited to be working with TAF to deliver our e-learning course to grantees preparing their applications. Click here for information on this grant.
Public Voice Fund – accepting rolling applications
The Public Voice Fund provides funding to Canadian environmental organizations so they can hire skilled government relations professionals to influence decision-makers. No deadline; applications accepted on a rolling basis. Click here for information on this grant.
Desjardins Credit Union GoodSpark Fund – accpecting rolling applications
The Desjardins Credit Union GoodSpark Fund aims to boost regional development and socioeconomic recovery, investing $250 million by 2024 in projects that support community priorities, including youth, sustainable development and entrepreneurship. Click here for information on this grant.
McConnell Foundation – Currently accepting applications
The McConnell Foundation funds activities aligned with at least one of three focus areas: Climate, Reconciliation and Communities. In addition to these focus areas the Foundation also considers proposals with national relevance and the potential to make systems change. Click here for information on this grant.
RBC Future Launch Fund – Accepting applications now
RBC Future Launch is a 10-year $500 million commitment to help Canadian youth prepare for the jobs of tomorrow. The fund is intended to address three critical barriers youth need to overcome: lack of relevant experience, relevant skills, and professional networks. Click here for information on this grant.
Community Foundation Canada’s Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund – More funding is now available (applications open for monthly intakes)
The Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund (IPRF) is an Indigenous-led effort to respond to urgent community needs while taking a long-term view on building community resilience. Any Indigenous-led organization or Indigenous-serving organization working to foster resilience in Inuit, Métis, and First Nations communities anywhere in Canada can apply for resiliency funds ranging from $5,000 to $30,000. Click here for information on this grant.
Do you know of other current funding opportunities social benefit organizations in Canada should be aware of? Please let us know at email@example.com