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Trillium Foundation, Ontario.


Port Colborne Social and Recreation Centre for Senior Citizens. To develop and promote programs for seniors in the community. This will help encourage recreation, reduce isolation and promote healthy activity for seniors in the area. $28,000

Precious Minds Support Services. To develop programs, purchase materials and operate the resource and learning centre services to over 400 families with children who have physical and/or learning disabilities in the north Durham region. $138,800

Red Lake Area Emergency Shelter Corporation. To develop a resource and fund-development strategy and attract volunteers, which will support emergency shelter services and address issues of homelessness for men and women in the Red Lake District. $35,000

Phoenix Centre for Children and Families. For the Renfrew County Child Poverty Action Network. To update communication materials, recruit and train speakers and improve program delivery: To promote public awareness of child poverty issues in the community which will increase and create more joint initiatives to support child welfare. $40,400

Sandwich Community Health Centre Inc. To purchase computer equipment that will help the organization manage its information and provide better service to the west Windsor community. $10,500

Scarborough Women's Centre. To develop and deliver a volunteer program entitled Strengthening Our Scarborough Community: Serving Those Who Serve. This is designed to help women who are moving away from abuse, isolation and poverty. $105,000 over two years.

Sedna Women's Shelter & Support Services/Denise House. To repair the building's foundation and purchase paint and equipment for indoor repairs. This will provide a healthy safe centre for clients, volunteers and staff to deliver vital outreach services to abused women in Oshawa. $27,000 over one year.

Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Centre of Peel. To develop programs, create a fundraising plan and produce communication materials. This will raise awareness and help provide effective crisis- support services to victims and survivors of sexual violence and their families. $182,500 over four years.

Simcoe Community Services. To develop programs, purchase equipment and produce promotional materials. This will help youth with developmental disabilities to hone skills and gain the experience needed to make the transition from school to adulthood. $197,600 over four years.

Sioux Lookout Anti-Racism Committee. To develop and implement a five-year plan, which will improve the organization's ability to attract volunteers and provide anti-racism programming and communications in the community and region. $99,000 over three years.

South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre. To increase outreach, develop school programs, youth-run events and increase attendance at seniors' events. This will reduce isolation for families and youth in the South London community and increase sensitivity to others. $46,000 over one year.

St. George Co-operative Nursery School. To develop communication materials in order to attract and support parent volunteers. This will help them to provide a safe and caring child-care environment that promotes education, school readiness and social and life skills. $2,300 over one year.

Social Planning Council of Kingston and Area: Strategic Alliance Task Force. To support planning, communication and administrative costs, enabling the strategic alliance of three social service organizations. This will improve efficiency, service delivery and access to information for area residents. $30,100 over one year.

Sudbury Manitoulin Children's Foundation. To conduct a marketing and promotion program, which will increase volunteer and sponsorship recruitment in support of the Send a Kid to Camp program. $35,000 over one year.

Supportive Housing In Peel. To develop, market, staff and launch an internet coffee cafe staffed and operated by people with mental health disabilities. This will provide employment, promote self esteem and encourage understanding of mental health issues. $131,700 over two years.

Temagami Community Foundation. To cover for staffing and operating costs as part of a five-year strategy to create a sustainable endowment fund to cover grants and operating costs. $25,000 over one year.

The Alzheimer Society Sarnia-Lambton. To develop and implement strategic and operational plans, which will help the organization set up and sustain a giving program and continue to offer Important services to the elderly in the community. $88,000 over three years.

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Southwest District c/o The Canadian National Institute for the Blind--Ontario Division. To expand and improve orientation and mobility services in the London area. This will reduce wait times for people with visual impairments, helping them to work and engage in the community unaided more quickly and easily. $20,000 over one year.

The Canadian Red Cross Society, Windsor-Essex Branch c/o The Canadian Red Cross Society, Ontario Zone. To attract and recruit volunteers, deliver the RespectEd program to schools and extend the reach of the organization's programs to assist more members of the community. $96,900 over three years.

The Children's Foundation of Guelph & Wellington. To conduct an operational review of all current practices. This will establish future targets, strategies, plans, policies, material requirements and funding options, leading to better service provision for the community. $28,800 over one year.

The Gillies Community Centre. To construct a wheelchair ramp and build an accessible washroom, which will make the community centre in South Gillies more accessible to people with disabilities. $26,600 over six months.

The Peace of Mind Project c/o Community Living Mississauga. To develop materials and deliver programs that will help caregivers make provisions for family members with developmental disabilities, enabling them to have more independent, safe and secure lives when on their own. $182,900 over three years.

The Social Purchasing Portal--Toronto c/o The Learning Enrichment Foundation. To develop an innovative website and process that brings together purchasers, suppliers and community trainers. This will increase employment for at-risk and hard-to-employ individuals in low-income communities. $225,000 over three years.

Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Club. For mobile skate-park equipment, which will allow the club to provide recreational programming to children aged 4 to 18 years in under-serviced neighbourhoods in the community and region. $31,000 over one year.

Thunder Bay Therapeutic Riding Association. To purchase equipment and horses and upgrade the indoor riding facility, which will improve safety, attract volunteers and allow better therapeutic riding programs to be provided to more people with disabilities in the community. $37,500 over one year.
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Date:Feb 20, 2006
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