Stronger Philanthropy is pleased to welcome its 12th philanthropic family to our community in 2023. Legacy Foundation of Canada is a Cambridge-based family foundation which supports selected charities benefiting communities in Cambridge (Ontario), Bell Island (Newfoundland), and elsewhere through grants and involvement. A summary of Legacy Foundation of Canada’s priorities and application process for 2023 can be found here. If … Read More
Stronger Philanthropy is gearing up for our fall season with three client interviews scheduled. In these interviews we explore our clients’ motivations in giving, their giving focus, and probe what makes for good philanthropy. It’s a great way to understand major donor priorities. Interviews will be livestreamed in our Stronger Philanthropy Community on the following dates: Ethan and Janette Park … Read More
We’re pleased to welcome two new families as clients of Stronger Philanthropy: The Park Family Giving Fund is based in Mississauga, Ontario and invests resources into projects that offer a holistic and creative response to communities in need. The Unterweger-Ramírez Fund offers grants to Canadian charities working towards healthy church leadership and faith formation in emerging Christian communities. Charities that … Read More
In the past month, Stronger Philanthropy met with each of its clients for their Annual Review. During these interviews, we discussed their priorities for funding in 2021. Based on these meetings, we’ve updated all Client Profiles listed on our website. Each of our clients have unique granting priorities and eligibility criteria. Charities may review Client Profiles here, or by selecting … Read More
Do you know registered charitable organizations that serve seniors in the Ontario counties of Brant, Essex, Kent, Niagara, or Northumberland? Let them know that grants up to $5,000 are available from Levante Foundation this summer. Click here for more information and to apply.
We’re delighted to announce new clients are joining the Stronger Philanthropy family. Alexandra Horwood and Andrew James Labbad work in Toronto’s financial district, managing funds for others. Juggling the demands of a heavy work schedule and family life, they don’t have the bandwidth to properly investigate how their charitable giving can be most strategically channeled. As a result, they’ve selected … Read More