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Urban aboriginal strategy. (Funding).

Centre d-amitie Autochtone de Quebec. To strengthen the intervention team to better meet the needs of urban Aboriginal people. $276,749

North Frontenac Literacy Program. To help establish the "Trails to Literacy" program in Picton, Perth and Napanee. This innovative program enables participants to gain literacy and employment skills while improving area trails and other public spaces. $60,500 over one year.

Plainfield Community Homes. To help coordinate the recruitment and training of the volunteers who provide friendship and support to more than 80 group home residents, many of whom have been institutionalized for most of their lives. $50,000 over one year.

Family Counselling Centre of Brant. To enhance educational and computer literacy programming at the Eastdale Drop-In & Resource Centre and the Family Relief Services Centre. $15,000 over one year.

South & Metcalfe Non-Profit Housing Corp. To build the fundraising expertise of board members and staff in order to enhance the supports available for women and children who have experienced family violence. $65,000 over two years.

Heartwood Place. To help renovate the multi-purpose rooms in an affordable housing building at which more than 25 educational programs will be offered and shared space will be made available in members of the community. $75,000 over one year.
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Title Annotation:grants to social services agencies
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Date:Jan 20, 2003
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