Federation de la jeunesse franco-ontarienne FESFO-Union culturelle des franco-ontariennes, Ottawa: Workshops for teenagers "Self Affirmation" to raise awareness among teenagers and the training team about prevention of violence and sexual assault, through newsletters, various interventions in schools and workshops. In addition to training workers in the field, the goal is to transfer the information by encouraging participants to become involved in their schools throughout the year and raise awareness among students of all grade levels. $25,000
Oasis centre des femmes, Toronto: Program for prevention and raising awareness about violence against Francophone women aged 65 and older, to raise awareness among all members of the Francophone community about the problems of violence against older women and among people who work in organizations that provide assistance for the elderly, by training workers at the Oasis centre, Organizing prevention workshops for women aged 65 and older, and publishing a pamphlet. $25,000
Centre francophone d'aide et de lutte contre les aggressions a caractere sexuel CALACS, Ottawa: "Prevention and raising awareness about sexual assault among teenage girls and boys in the Ottawa's high schools." The purpose of this project is to develop a partnership with Ottawa region high schools and to set up a series of workshops and meetings to raise the awareness of teenage boys and girls about sexual assault. $19,500
Centre ontarien de prevention des aggressions COPA), Toronto: "Guidance document." The purpose of this project is to complete and distribute a series of three guide manuals that provide a summary of key issues on current, controversial topics: girls and intimidation, violence prevention educa-on and feminism. $16,000
Trillium Foundation Ontario 800-263-2887
Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses. To enable Ontarians with psychiatric disabilities to attend a conference in York region aimed at promoting small businesses, managed and operated by people affected by psychiatric conditions. $75,000 over one year.
Simcoe County Association for the Physically Disabled. To support public awareness programs and to enhance services to people with physical disabilities in Simcoe County. $131,000 over three years.
Le Villageois de Lafontaine. To investigate the feasibility of developing a housing complex that will include a multi-use community centre in the village of Lafontaine to improve the quality of life of residents. $24,000 over six months.
Wendat Community Psychiatric Support Programs. To increase opportunities for people with mental illness by renovating a community facility in Midland and carrying out activities to promote public understanding. $120,000 over three years.
Canadian Transplant Association. To host in London the 2005 World Transplant Games that involve 2,000 transplant recipient athletes, coaches, family members, supporters and athletes committed to removing barriers to organ donation. $60,000 over 18 months.
Nimkee NupoGawan Healing Centre Inc. To help renovate this First Nations centre located in Muncey, in order to improve residents' quality of life and increase the use of the ceremonial lodge. $20,300 over one year.
Skills Camp c/o East London United Church Outreach Cluster. To expand a unique four-week summer camp experience for children who live in public housing complexes. $11,900 over one year.
Strathroy Economy Shop. To purchase a cube van that will assist in the pick-up and delivery of clothing and furniture. $25,000
Call-A-Service Inc. To purchase and maintain a vehicle to provide transportation and enable seniors and people with disabilities in East York to access social services and recreational programs. $25,000
Filmworks Intiative c/o Tropicana Community Services Organization of Scarborough. For a collaborative initiative with Toronto Filmworks and The Canadian Film Centre to provide youth with training and volunteer experience preparing them for employment in the industry. $210,400 over three years.
For You Telecare Family Service Inc. To provide volunteer training and development in order to enhance telephone counselling and support services to individuals and families in need. $60,000 over two years.
The Hannon-Shields Centre for Leadership and Peace. To provide administrative support that will ensure the continued growth of the Children's Peace Theatre Program. $195,000 over three years.
Harmony Place Support Services. To purchase a wheelchair accessible bus enabling adults with physical and developmental disabilities to get to outside appointments and participate in social and recreational activities. $75,800
Hassle Free Clinic. To make renovations to this community facility, including installing a lift that will make services accessible to people with limited mobility. $62,300
Hong Fook Mental Health Association. To expand its volunteer program, enhance services and build community capacity in order to better serve Torontonians who speak Cambodian, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Korean and Vietnamese. $219,000 over three years.
Hope for Children Foundation. To install air conditioning units in nine Toronto foster care facilities serving children and young adolescents. $100,000 over 10 months.
Margaret M. Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing. To archive and catalogue the holdings of the centre in order to make the information more accessible to the public. $6,100
National Crime Prevention Strategy 877-302-6272
Boundless Adventures Association. Early Intervention Pilot Project--"The Young Family Program". $200,000 Toronto 416-658-7059
Brockville YMCA--YMCA Every Kid In Our Communities. Promoting the healthy development of children and youth in Leeds and Grenville from conception to young adulthood. $46,217 Brockville 613-342-7961
Banyan Community Services Corp. Youth Outreach Program. $100,000 Hamilton 905-545-0133 x226
Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association BLOMHA). Playing on Ice--Training for Life Phase II-$46,510 Burlington 905-637-0731
Brock Youth Centre. Brock Youth Centre Leadership Program. $50,000 Cannington. 705-432-2778
Children's Safety Village of Windsor and Essex County. Crime Prevention Project. $50,000 Windsor. 519-969-5469
The Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin. Aboriginal Children's Cultural Group Program ACCGP--$50,000 Sudbury. 705-566-5866 x2222
Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa. Ottawa Anti-Bullying Coalition. $44,000 Ottawa. 613-244-3803
The Canadian Safe Schools Network. Anti-Violence Resource for Primary Children. $50,000 Toronto. 416-540-1265
Crime Concern, safe and secure. $80,000 North York. 416-225-1102
Community Task Force on Youth. Violence Mobilizing Our Youth for Safer Schools and Community. $50,000 Guelph. 519-821-1484
Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village. Anger Management Strategy for Children and Youth--Phase Ill. $35,000 Chatham. 519-360-1270
Coalition francophone pour l'alphabetisation et la formation de base en Ontario Grandir avec mon enfant--LAPS $30,625 Ottawa. 613-842-5369
Changing Ways Community Implementation of "Caring Dads", a parenting program for At-Risk Fathers Phase II. $50,000 London. 519-438-9869
Child Witness Centre of Waterloo Region. Caring for Kids Conference. $20,125 Kitchener. 519-744-0904
Conseil economique et social d'Ottawa Carleton. Competent Parents, Integrated Children/ Parents competants, enfants integrals $43,150 Ottawa. 613-248.1343
Conflict Mediation Services of Downsview. Youth Empowerment Strategy Phase II. $50,000 Toronto. 416-740-2522 x27
City of Kawartha Lakes Boys and Girls Club. TRUST--Youth at Risk Crime Prevention Project. $41,600 Lindsay. 705-324-4493
Centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples STAY IN SCHOOL: Tutoring Project with Hispanic Youth At Risk. $49,500 North York 416-533-8545 x128
Centre d'integration, de formation et de developpement economique. CIFODE--Action Jeunesse et Jeunes Leaders. $28,500 Ottawa 613-569-2456
Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre. Urban Youth Project Phase II: Finding a Home in Recreation. $45,189 Toronto. 416-534-8941 x314
Chisholm Community Policing Committee, North Eastern Ontario Community Mobilization for Crime Prevention Conference. $30,000 Powassan. 705-724-6882
Caledonia and District Multi Service Centre' CYPRES: Community Mobilization and Capacity Building--Phase II $49,754.00 Caledonia 905-772-2328
Connect Youth Steering Committee. Community Youth Initiative $50,000 Prescott 613-925-2855 x3368
Dufferin Parent Support Network. Partners in Parenting: Investing in Youth $44,100 Orangeville 519-940-8678
Drug Awareness Committee of Thunder Bay. Peer Mentoring Pilot Project $50,000 Thunder Bay 807-625-7994
Dbe-Giizis Gamig/Moon Lodge: A Place for Women and Children Dbe-Giizis Gamig/Moon Lodge: A Place for Women and Children--Phase II $32,360 Sudbury 705-675-3894
David Kejick School. David Kejick School--Youth Leadership Development Project $40,000 Shoal Lake 807-733-2565
Etobicoke Conflict Mediation Teams. Outreach for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Etobicoke Community $49,795 Etobicoke 416-744-6312
Eagle Lake First Nation. Anti-Bullying Initiative $50,000 Migisi Sahgaigan 807-755-5526
Eritrean Canadian Community Centre of Metropolitan Toronto. Strengthening Eritrean Youth in Crime Prevention $44,870 Toronto 416-658-8580
East Metro Youth Services. Violence Intervention Project $100,000 Scarborough 416-438-9419 x242
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