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Funding Partners

 

Nova Scotia Department of

Community Services

Community Services provides a range of
community-based, prevention-oriented services
to children, youth and their families

 

 

United Way of Halifax

Funding support to community agencies is

one of United Way’s commitment to changing

social conditions. Funding is available to

organizations with programs that fit with

strategies that align with new strategies

relating to poverty and health.

 

 

 

 

 


Rotary Club of Halifax Northwest
Provide assistance and support to

communities in need, either internationally

or locally. Funds from Toonie for Change help support our 

Spryfield programs.

 

 

 

 

Halifax Youth Foundation

Providing funding to agencies carrying out

programs with children and youth that are

consistent with the objectsof the Foundation.

 

 

 

TELUS Atlantic Canada Community Board

We give where we live to improve the lives of youth and

their communities through the power of technology.

 

 

District 8 - Participatory Budgeting 

Participatory Budgeting encourages great ideas

to come forward from local groups, builds community

support and collaboration, and gives local residents

a direct say in how they want the District 8 capital

funds spent.

 

 

Flemming Charitable Foundation

The mission of the Flemming Charitable Foundation

is to provide relief, through donations, for children,

women, men, and families who are in need by virtue

of their being poor,  handicapped, or disadvantaged,

on a local basis.

 

 Canadian Progress Club Halifax Cornwallis  

The Canadian Progress Club Halifax Cornwallis Charitable

Foundation (CPC Halifax Cornwallis) is a committed group of

volunteer women totally focused on helping those in need in our

community since 1988. The Halifax Cornwallis chapter is one of the

most active and successful Progress Clubs in Canada.

 

 

 

Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is dedicated to removing

barriers, so children can participate in organized

sport and recreation. They discover and participate.

They gain self-confidence. They learn leadership

skills. Their lives become richer. 

 

 

 

RBC After School Grant Project

Learning shouldn’t have to end when

the school bell rings. That’s why we created

the RBC After School Project, which extends

learning beyond the school day. To date,

we have given more than $30 million in

donations to provide children with a safe

place to go after school, where they can

develop knowledge, social skills and

self-esteem.

HALIFAX PROTESTANT INFANT'S FOUNDATION

 

Halifax Protestant Infant's Foundation

The Halifax Assistance Funds primary focus is the improvement of

health and nutrition, education and/or life skills of the underprivileged.

 

 

 

Sisters of Charity Halifax

The Sisters of Charity – Halifax give joyful witnesses to love, stand

on the side of the poor, and address unjust structures in a world wounded

by violence and stripped of hope. 

   
   

THE WINDSOR FOUNDATION

The Windsor Foundation

The Windsor Foundation supports communities which provide services to or benefits disadvantaged or vulnerable youth.