Trillium foundation, Ontario.
Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa. To develop materials, train staff and deliver a comprehensive parenting education and family therapy program. This will help prevent family breakdowns and reduce the need for out-of-home placements for adolescents. $76,500 over two years.
Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted. To develop a strategic plan to guide the organization's activities, structure and explore opportunities for financial support. $30,000 over six months.
Canadian Organization of Senior Artists and Performers. To expand tours and develop new programs for seniors to participate in the performing arts. $110,000 over two years.
Canadian Paralympic Committee. To provide interactive training and education about the Paralympic Movement for front-line service providers such as rehabilitation therapists and enhance the sport- delivery infrastructure for persons with physical disabilities. $155,800 over one year.
The Constellation Project. Linking Employment and Training Communities c/o A Commitment to Training and Employment for Women. For development, materials and training to extend the project to community-based training and employment programs across Ontario, which will increase access to information about resources, training and job. $325,700 over three years.
De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre Group. For the Remote Community Cluster Arts Animator Training Pilot Project, which will help to increase youth and civic engagement with arts-based programming and infrastructure and build capacity in remote northern communities. $252,500 over three years.
Federation de la jeunesse franco-ontarienne. To develop workshops and materials for youth leadership training in Francophone secondary schools. $140,000 over three years.
Kids Help Phone. To establish a separate Parent Help Line division within the Kids Help Phone's corporate structure, with its own volunteer. $100,000 over three years.
Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario. To install assistive technology at local chapters, provide training and develop an enhanced comprehensive online library of resources, making programs more accessible to people with learning disabilities and the public. $182,600 over two years.
LIN--Lifestyle Information Network (Reseau Info Style de Vie). To redevelop core technology infrastructure and its knowledge management and content collaboration tools available to health, sport and recreation practitioners. $432,000 over three years.
Low Income Energy Network (LIEN) c/o Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario. To co-ordinate multi-stakeholder initiatives for mitigating the impact of high energy prices on low-income households and ensuring implementation of effective energy conservation programs and policies. $248,100 over three years.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation Charitable Youth Trust Fund. One80 Youth Media Literacy Program (YNS/Metroland) c/o York Region Neighbourhood Services Inc. To expand this comprehensive media-literacy strategy that provides opportunities to enhance the role of young people in the community and promotes civic engagement of youth. $272,800 over three years.
People for Education Research Institute. To develop and implement a comprehensive provincial strategy to encourage increased involvement by marginalized parents in their children's education, and to establish a provincial Parent Inclusion Network. $245,300 over three years.
Research and Conceptualization Initiative for Extending the Reach of Supportive Care c/o Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation. To develop the concept of a collaborative community-based initiative that will create a network to provide sustainable, high-quality service. $80,000 over six months.
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre. To build the capacity of Ontario Sexual Assault Centres and develop public education through artmaking by hosting theatrical performances and information forums in 12 cities and conducting art-making and leadership workshops. $171,200 over one year.
Trillium Childhood Cancer Support Centre. To develop and implement year-round educational, recreational and leadership development programs across Ontario, designed by and for adolescents and young adults who have been affected by cancer. $418,000 over two years.
Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation. To purchase library equipment, including height-appropriate shelving for children and software to automate the catalogue and circulation systems at the library, located near Little Current. $6,200 over one year.
Brain Injury Association of Sudbury and District. To increase the capacity of the organization to provide services and support to persons with acquired brain injuries and their caregivers. $78,700 over two years.
Canadian Red Cross, Sudbury Branch c/o Canadian Red Cross, Ontario Zone Council. To engage volunteers, increase the organization's fund development capacity, diversify the branch's funding sources and improve services. $63,000 over two years.
City of Greater Sudbury Safe Communities Coalition Inc. To develop the organizational capacity of this community-based organization, which will help it to promote and deliver injury prevention programs. $80,000 over two years.
Club d'age d'or Alidor. For renovations to the seniors' centre in St. Charles, improving its accessibility, comfort and safety for all users. $25,000 over one year.
Corporation de la Ville de Hearst. To purchase equipment for the community library, including two Daisy readers and 20 Daisy reader CD books for people with visual impairments. $10,000 over one year.
Corporation of the Township of Prince. To improve the community centre's accessibility and provide better access for people with disabilities to the public library, public Internet access site, fitness class, seniors group and the Early Years Centre. $15,000 over one year.
Earl Porter Lanes Recreation Centre. To replace obsolete scoring equipment in a bowling facility in Iroquois Falls that employs people with intellectual disabilities. $62,000 over one year.
Habitat for Humanity Sault Ste. Marie and Area. To establish a Habitat for Humanity re-store, which will sell donated construction and home renovation materials and raise funds to build homes for low-income families in the community. $75,000 over one year.
Disability Resource Centre for Independent Living. To recruit and train volunteers for this organization that serves people with disabilities in the Kapuskasing area. $30,400
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