روز سه شنبه 4 دسامبر 2012 بنیاد تریلیوم انتاریو فهرست کمک های مالی (grants) خود به حدود 30 سازمان غیرانتفاعی و خیریه در منطقه یورک-سیمکو را اعلام کرد.
بسیاری از این گرنت ها در جهت حمایت از سازمان هایی است که در جهت رفع نیازهای کامیونیتی های این منطقه فعالیت می کنند و به تقویت کامیونیتی ها کمک می کنند. از این کمک ها در جهت گسترش برنامه های مردمی، برای افراد در سنین مختلف، استفاده خواهد شد.
بهبود کیفیت زندگی مردم، هدف اصلی اهدای این گرنت هاست.
نمونه ای از گرنت های اهدایی به قرار زیر می باشد:
Ratified by the Ontario Trillium Foundation Board of Directors on November 1, 2012
Abuse Program of York Region
$26,000 over one year to increase organizational capacity by conducting a comprehensive organizational review and re-branding.
Arts Society King
$223,500 over three years to build the infrastructure of this arts service organization and enhance and expand its programming.
Barrie Film Festival
$149,100 over one year to enable this local film festival to increase its ability to screen a wide variety of Canadian and international films by converting its 35mm equipment to a digital system.
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Simcoe -York Chapter
$223,400 over three years to hire two full-time seniors’ coordinators in Simcoe and York regions to implement programs that assist seniors living with vision loss.
Girls Incorporated of York Region
$50,300 over one year to raise awareness of the issues of bullying, violence and inequality facing girls and young women in York Region
King City Skating Club
$14,800 over one year to assist with volunteer recruitment and retention for this community club. Funding will also support special events planned in recognition of the club’s 40th anniversary in 2013.
Oak Ridges Soccer Club
$168,100 over three years to enhance the skills and knowledge of volunteers. In addition to coach education, funding will be used to offer Active Start / FUNdamental programs for children as part of the Canadian Soccer Association’s Long Term Player Development program.
Stouffville Baseball Association
$50,000 over three years to build programs and services for youth. Funding will allow this new organization to advertise services, communicate with members as well as recruit and train volunteers to support continued growth.
Unionville Home Society
$13,600 over one year to allow more seniors to participate in health and wellness programs. Funding will be used to purchase fitness equipment and encourage participants to adopt a physically-active lifestyle.
s in Simcoe County. This grant has an impact in more than one OTF catchment area.
York Region Food Network, as lead organization on this collaborative
$223,200 over two years to develop a food distribution hub by hiring a full-time driver and purchasing a walk-in cooler/freezer and cargo van with refrigeration.
To learn more about OTF
programs, visit www.otf.ca