Trillium Foundation Ontario 800-263-2887.
United Achievers Community Services. To develop and implement a formal mentoring program for black youth in Brampton. $196,600 over three years.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Halton Regional Chapter, c/o Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Ontario Division. To enhance the capacity of the organization, enabling them to expand their programs and reach out to under-serviced areas in Halton. $162,800 over three years.
Catholic Family Services of Hamilton-Wentworth. For technology improvements to enable more effective service delivery. $36,600 over one year.
Community Centre for Media Arts. To operate the Youth Media Arts and Volunteer Programs. $71,700 over two years.
FRIENDS for success. To support a program providing professional clothing, suitable for job interviews, to people who are unemployed. $54,000 over one year.
Glanbrook Home Support Programme Inc. To help Glanbrook seniors by establishing a program to provide personal and home maintenance. $114,500 over two years.
Hamilton East Kiwanis Boys' and Girls' Club. To create an after-school program that will match retired teachers with students who need no-cost homework and tutoring assistance. $43,700 over one year.
Hamilton-Wentworth Community Network. To develop a plan to build a consortium of local not-for-profit organizations with a focus on technology issues. $20,100 over eight months.
Project Access 'Bridging the Digital Divide' c/o The St. Leonard's Society of Hamilton. To enhance a recycled computer giveaway program for low-income families with school-aged children. $142,400 over two years.
Rainbow's End Community Development Corporation. To undertake a feasibility assessment and business plan in order to create a business operated by mental health consumers. $28,000 over six months.
Amelia Rising/Crisis Centre of North Bay Group Services for Male Survivors, c/o Amelia Rising Women's Collective. To develop and implement group support services for male survivors of sexual abuse and assault. $80,000 over two years.
Big Sisters Association of North Bay Inc. To maintain and improve service standards, through workshops, education, training and networking with other Ontario Big Sister agencies. $22,000 over one year.
Canadian Diabetes Association, Camp Huronda. To upgrade the interior of four cabins for doctors and nurses providing services at Camp Huronda. $10,000 over three months.
Kirkland Lake Native Women's Support Group. To increase the group's capacity by establishing a new office and developing a five-year strategic plan, including a strategy to coordinate and network with other groups. $25,000 over one year.
People for Equal Partnership in Mental Health. To set up a support group for families with children with ADD and other related disorders. $22,000 over one year.
Respect Team Program c/o Rotary Club of Huntsville. To develop a parent education drop-in facility as part of the Respect Team Program in the Huntsville Public School. $20,000 over one year.
Seizure and Brain Injury Centre. To organize an education/awareness campaign about epilepsy targeted at children. $7,000 over five months.
Brain Injury Association of Niagara. To support a therapeutic recreational program and children's day camp for children and teens with a brain injury and families of those with a brain injury. $12,500 over two years.
Fort Erie Lions Senior Citizens Complex Inc. To promote existing programs and develop new programs to meet the needs of senior citizens in Fort Erie. $25,000 over two years.
Niagara Pride. For expansion and continued services of Niagara Pride, whose purpose is to improve the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and transgender youth. $100,000 over two years.
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