Breakfast Club of Canada is issuing special grants for community organizations to help ensure children and families have access to food during the crisis.
Available to K-12 teachers who have taken one of their approved workshops.
Available to schools with a CRA charitable number and a project focus that aligns with their 3 priorities: workforce of tomorrow, safety, and smart energy ideas
Available to non-profit organizations. Contact your local store for details.
Registered charities & non-profit organizations in western Canada for recreation, environmental conservation, or urban agriculture projects that can be publicly accessed.
Available to Canadian K-12 schools. Funds must be used to start up or maintain a salad bar meal service. Grant value is up to $10,000 over 2 years.
GO Grants provide field trip grants for British Columbia K-12 classes and schools to help get students outdoors to learn about B.C.’s fish, wildlife, habitats and biodiversity. GO Grants cover transportation, project materials and or program fees to support student learning and connecting in nature.
Non-profits and educational institutions that are providing food services for children and youth are eligible to apply for funding.
Supports people and organizations that focus on the Foundation’s four pillars: Family, Environment, Engineering, and Education.
Metro Vancouver supports agriculture awareness by providing funding grants to community organizations to educate the public about local food and agricultural production. Grants are open to non-profit organizations that meet the eligibility criteria.
Grants are available for schools and local non-profits to deliver nutritious meals, snacks, and food-based education programs. This grant may be used to cover the costs associated with the purchase of food and consumable supplies for daily school meal programs. This grant is intended to supplement the funding of existing programs, allowing for higher quality, more sustainable programming.
Responsive Neighbourhood Small Grants provides grants of up to $500 for projects that connect people socially or involve sharing skills or talents with each other. Projects must stay within guidelines for physical distancing. The program is distributed in eight regions across the province. Grant requests can be for up to $500 per project. If your project involves skill-sharing, you may pay out an honorarium of up to $350.
The Foundation supports a wide range of environmental initiatives, with a primary focus on environmental education and green space programs.
The Community Response Fund was created to rapidly deploy essential relief to charities that provide frontline services to those that are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and its economic consequences.