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Funding & Grant Opportunities by Province

Best Practices for Clubs wishing to apply for Grants:

  • have Incorporation Papers, such as Letters Patent, scanned and available to attach to applications
  • have most recent year's Financial Statements available to attach if requested
  • have a list of project goals created in advance to match against potential funding opportunities
  • pay particular attention to the application requirements and timelines
  • Good Luck and please share your challenges and successes with the committee!
Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description
National Heritage Canada Funding Various LINK Listing of all Heritage Canada Funding Programs
Allstate Foundation of Canada Various LINK

The Allstate Foundation of Canada was established in 1977 to provide donations and grants to non-profit, registered charitable organizations in Canada.

We support organizations and initiatives that focus on fostering an environment of inclusion, involvement and empowerment for those who experience barriers to participation – whether it be within their community, career, or personal life.

Our two main pillars are investing in our community through grants and in-kind contributions, and empowering employees to get involved by giving back.

Does your organization or project align with our social impact focus? Please send funding inquires to [email protected].
Bell Let's Talk January 2024 LINK Bell Let’s Talk has partnered with more than 1,400 organizations providing mental health resources and services throughout Canada. This includes hospitals, universities, research and community organizations, and groups providing care and social services.
WestJet Community Investment Various



The Airport Community Giving program empowers WestJet owners to be active participants in giving back to the communities where we live and work. Through the program WestJetters at our domestic airports review and support donation requests based on their community's local needs and priorities.
RBC Community and Social Impact Various LINK Lots of companies care about community. What sets RBC apart is how we bring our company and our networks together to tackle the big issues of today and tomorrow.
VIA Rail Sponsorships & Partnerships At least 90 calendar days before the event LINK As part of our commercial activities, we partner with the communities we serve in a way that promotes sustainable development and that matters to all Canadians. Therefore, we responsibly support community projects, events, fundraising campaigns and activities that further our social and community engagement and promote our strategic pillars and services.
Air Canada Sponsorships and Community Investments Various LINK Air Canada needs the communities where it operates and where its employees, customers and other stakeholders live and work to be healthy, financially strong and dynamic. To achieve this, Air Canada and the Air Canada Foundation offer in-kind and monetary support for charitable causes, events or organizational sponsorships in exchange for brand visibility and engagement with communities, customers and employees.
TD Reaty Commitment Funding Various LINK TD launched the TD Ready Commitment to help open doors for a more inclusive and sustainable tomorrow by focusing our community giving on four drivers of change: Financial Security, Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities and Better Health.
Honda Canada Foundation Various LINK We were created to lend a hand to registered non-profit charities that strive to make the lives of Canadians better.
Jumpstart Various LINK

Community Development Grants

Walmart Community Giving Various LINK We encourage funding requests that align with our areas of focus however all proposals that work toward strengthening Canadian communities will be considered.
Home Depot Various LINK

Community Development Grant

Youth Opportunity Grant


Scotiabank Various LINK ScotiaRISE is our 10-year, $500 million initiative to promote economic resilience among disadvantaged groups. By working together to remove barriers to advancement and increase access to opportunities, we can create a more inclusive and resilient world for everyone. And for every future.
Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description
British Columbia


Ongoing LINK

For children living with challenges in BC communities, and the organizations that support them.

Vancouver Foundation

Various LINK

Small to Medium sized grants to connect communities across BC.

Government of BC Grants

Various LINK

Non-Profit & Recovery Grants.

Victoria Foundation

Various LINK

Links for non-profit grants throughout BC.

Destination BC

Various LINK

Links for various grants available in BC and Canada.

BC Hydro

February 1 to March 31, 2024 LINK

Grants for STEM Education, environment or safety.

Plan H

Various LINK

Healthy Community Grants

Via Sport

Various LINK

To invest and promote sport activities

BC Museums

Check back January 2024 LINK

To support free Family Day activities

BC Hydro Go Fund

Various LINK

To support non profits & organizations in the Peace River District

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

Community Initiatives Program

Various LINK

The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funding to support initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta.

Community Facility Enhancement Program

January 15 May 15 September 15 LINK Financial assistance to upgrade, expand, purchase or build public-use community facilities.

Other Initiatives Program

Various LINK

This program provides funding for community projects that fall outside the scope of other Community Grants programs.

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls+ Community Response Fund

October 4, 2023 LINK

This grant is for projects that promote and enhance prevention and build safety for Indigenous women, girls, Two Spirit+ people, and their families and communities.

Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program

April 1,
Oct 1


The Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program assists non-profit, volunteer-led community organizations developing impactful and innovative sport, culture and recreation programs that meet the needs of the local community. The program is a partnership involving the Government of Saskatchewan, Sask Sport, SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association. Every year, these community grants help fund diverse programs and activities, such as youth beading programs, taekwondo clubs, music camps, hockey tournaments, Air Cadets, senior fitness classes, curling, swimming clubs and paint nights, to name just a few.

Community Initiatives Fund

Community Grant Program:
April 1 & Oct 1

Summer Grant Program:
February 1 


The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) has two grant programs: the Community Grant Program and the Summer Grant Program

Saskatoon Comminity Foundation

Various LINK

Multiple grants available. Our granting programs include Quality of Life, Youth Endowment Saskatoon, and Community Fund for Reconciliation, corporate granting programs, donor funds, and federal funds.

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

Manitoba Grants Online

Various LINK

Welcome to Manitoba Grants Online, a new one-stop portal for non-profit organizations to access a variety of government grants. Manitoba Grants Online currently features grant offerings from four departments - Municipal Relations, Agriculture, Sustainable Development and Sport, Culture and Heritage. Please visit this site in the future for access to even more grants from other departments as they join the portal.

Ethnocultural Community Support Program

April 30 and October 31 LINK

The Ethnocultural Community Support grant helps community organizations preserve, enhance, promote and share Manitoba’s rich and diverse cultural history and encourage the development of partnerships between cultural communities to foster inter-cultural understanding, harmony and equality.

Heritage Grants Program

January 31 and June 1 LINK

The Heritage Grants Program helps Manitobans identify, protect and interpret Manitoba’s human and natural heritage

The Winnipeg Foundation - One-Time Community Grants

October 2, 2023, 4:30 p.m. (decision February 2024) LINK


Short-term grants (under $100,000) that support a wide range of projects in our community, including those relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. This grant program supports time-limited community projects, including: Capital and renovations, Conferences and events, Equipment and infrastructure, Program operating, Reports and planning, Capital campaigns, Short-term operating support, Organizational development and capacity building.

Community Foundation Grants

Various LINK

Each community foundation in Manitoba has a unique grant application process, timeline and requirements. Please contact your local community foundation if you are interested in submitting a grant application.

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description


Ontario Trillium Foundation

Various LINK

The Ontario Trillium Foundation offers a range of grants to support non-profit organizations.

Ontario Hydro - Energizing Life Community Fund

Jan 31 LINK

We’re committed to supporting organizations and communities by funding projects that focus on the physical, psychological and emotional safety of Ontarians. By supporting organizations who energize life for so many, we are building safer and more resilient communities

Available funding opportunities from the Ontario Government

Various LINK Find out what funding is currently available from the Government of Ontario, if you’re eligible and what you need to apply.
Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description


Montreal NPO Programs and Subsidies

Various LINK

In order to promote citizen participation and community engagement, the city helps non-profit organizations (NPOs) that wish to carry out projects by offering multiple forms of support.

Cultural Cooperation Grant Program

April 2024 LINK

The program which is part of the New Brunswick/Québec Cooperation Agreement provides grants to assist in some of the travel costs to facilitate the participation of Québec artists in New Brunswick’s major cultural events and of their New Brunswick counterparts in Québec’s events.

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

New Brunswick

Cultural Cooperation Grant Program

April 2024 LINK

The program which is part of the New Brunswick/Québec Cooperation Agreement provides grants to assist in some of the travel costs to facilitate the participation of Québec artists in New Brunswick’s major cultural events and of their New Brunswick counterparts in Québec’s events.


Grant funding for non-profits

Various LINK Find provincial government grant funding opportunities open to non-profit organizations in New Brunswick. Eligibility varies by funding opportunity, but can include official non-profit organizations as well as registered charities, foundations, educational institutions, regional service commissions, municipalities, and other groups that operate for public or social benefit.
Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

Nova Scotia

Hailifax Community Grants Program

Closed for 2023 LINK

The Program provides annual cash grants to registered non-profit organizations and charities located throughout the Halifax region. There are two types of grants: a project grant of up to $5,000 OR a capital grant of up to $25,000. Applicants should review the Program Guidebook prior to submitting an application. First time applicants are encouraged to contact staff prior to submitting an application. 

Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia (RCFNS)

Various LINK The Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia is a community foundation that supports community organizations in rural Nova Scotia, through convening fund development and granting.

Community Economic Development Fund

Aug 31 LINK Non-profits, industry associations, sector organizations, social enterprises, municipalities, academic institutions and other organizations that benefit the public can apply for funding for projects that increase economic competitiveness and productivity.
Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description


Federation of PEI Municipalities Grants

Varuous LINK A list of available Grants and Programs

PEI Tourism Programs and Funding

Various LINK

A list of available Programs and Funding


Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description

Newfoundland & Labrador

Children, Seniors and Social Development Grants

Various LINK

Listing of current Provincial Grants

Health and Community Services Grants Various LINK Listing of current Provincial Grants
Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation Grants Various LINK Listing of current Provincial Grants

Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador

Various LINK

Many generous donors have started funds to support the community and specific causes close to their hearts. Many funds have an application progress to receive grants/funding.

Region Source of Funding Deadline Link Description


Yukon Community Project and Event Funding

Various LINK

The Community Development Fund (CDF) provides funding for projects, events and initiatives that provide long-term, sustainable economic and social benefits to Yukon communities.

Government of Northwest Territories Funding Programs Various LINK Listing and search through currently available Grants
Nunavut Grants and Contributions Various LINK The Department of Culture and Heritage provides grant and contribution funding to non-profit, community-based organizations, individuals, and municipal corporations who direct their efforts to the promotion, protection and preservation of Nunavut’s culture and heritage, official languages, and activities that support elders and youth.


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