Foundation / Corporation
The County Foundation
04/15/19 Noon Receipt
Grants generally ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 to Prince Edward County, Ontario registered charities, schools, municipalities, and other qualified donees for projects supporting food security, learning, and transportation. Preference will be given to projects that provide a long term vision and plan and an innovative response to an identified need in Prince Edward County.
Preference is given to new initiatives but a promising program may receive more than one grant in its early years provided there is evidence that the program is developing successfully. An established program may receive a grant when it faces a new opportunity or an unexpected problem.
Successful projects will be characterized by many of the following traits:
- Build on existing community strengths and assets.
- Respond to clearly identified local needs and provide demonstrable enrichment to the community.
- Use resources efficiently and effectively.
- Involve meaningful partnerships.
- Strive for a significant and/or lasting impact.
- Benefit a wide audience.
- Show innovation, creativity, proactive thinking, and a degree of risk.
More information about the priority areas can be found at: https://thecountyfoundation.ca/vital-signs/acting-on-vital-signs/.
GrantWatch ID#: 174682
Generally between $1,000 and $5,000.
Projects must take place within one year of receiving the grant.
The Applicant must be a Qualified Donee as defined by the Income Tax Act, or be working in collaboration with a Qualified Donee. Qualified Donees include registered charities, municipalities, school and universities and other categories. If you are uncertain about your charitable status, you can visit the Canada Revenue Agency at: https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/charities-giving/charities-listings.html.
- Projects must be of benefit to residents of Prince Edward County.
- The applicant organization must have a Board of Directors (or a well-defined accountable committee) based in the geographic area defined above.
- All applications involving activities within primary and secondary schools must be accompanied by a Letter of Permission from the relevant School Board(s).
Grants will not be given to:
- Cover deficits or retire debts.
- Provide endowment funds.
- Sectarian, religious, or political entities or for such purposes.
- Annual fund drives for sustaining support.
- Support the operating expenses of established organizations or programs (including predictable replacement of office equipment) Note: An exception may be made if the organization is experiencing growth and trying to build capacity of the organization. Please contact the TCF prior to the beginning of the application process to see if you may qualify.
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Applications open March 1 and close April 15th @ noon.
Note: Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact The County Foundation well in advance of the application submission deadline to discuss eligibility and the application package.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Deliver an original in person or by mail, to be received by the posted deadline to:
The County Foundation
Suite 103, 280 Main Street
Picton, Ontario K0K 2T0
For assistance, or to deliver electronically, contact email@example.com (preferred)
Prince Edward County