Grants for innovation in 2017 from Stronger Together

Mark PetersenGrants

For the eighth year, Stronger Philanthropy is hosting a collaboration of major private donors and foundations to enable significant investment into innovation for Canada’s Christian charities. In the Stronger Together Process, approximately $1m will be offered to eligible organizations this cycle.  The intake for new projects through a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) will be May 1-31, 2017.  Shortlisted ideas will advance … Read More

Stronger Together grants for 2016

Mark PetersenGrants

A significant new round of grants valued at $1 million is currently open for charities seeking an impetus to launching a new innovation in their charity programming.  For the month of July, our MyGrants application module is receiving LOIs from eligible organizations. A group of five private grantmakers are working together to advance this round of grants; more may be added. … Read More

Grants available for Toronto churches

Mark PetersenGrants

The Mustard Seed Foundation, based in Washington DC, has partnered with Stronger Philanthropy to announce their latest round of grants for church communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Brian Bakke, Director of the Americas Region of the Mustard Seed Foundation, will be in Toronto June 1-4 to meet with church leaders to hear their vision for reaching their neighbors, and to help … Read More

The Spark Initiative

Mark PetersenGrants

Stronger Philanthropy is pleased to announce that grants are now available for young social entrepreneurs.   The Spark Initiative is a program being launched by BIC Canada with additional support from World Vision Canada, Muskoka Woods, and Stronger Together Grants.  Grantmakers contributing to Stronger Together Grants include Bridgeway Foundation and John & Rebecca Horwood. Eligibility criteria for these grants differs significantly from past Stronger Together … Read More

A new collaboration for social entrepreneurs

Mark PetersenGrants

Stronger Philanthropy is pleased to announce a new collaboration with BIC Canada.  Beginning in March, we will host a round of grant applications for social entrepreneurs under age 35.  We will be on the lookout for younger leaders who are creatively applying their skills to bettering their community.  More details and eligibility criteria will be provided in our March e-newsletter, as well … Read More