Foundation / Corporation
01/30/19 2:00 PM
Grants to Toronto, Ontario registered charities to promote and develop local cycling programs and infrastructure. Funding is intended for research, analysis of public policy, public education, networking, community organizing, and other efforts that advance and build on recent cycling commitments in Toronto. Funding priority will be given to proposals focused on accelerating the implementation of Toronto’s Ten-Year Cycling Network Plan.
The goal of Cycle City is to help build a constituency and a culture that support cycling in Toronto. Whether through bike lanes or bike parking, bike programs or bike access, there is much work to be done to make Toronto an exemplary city for cycling. There are also many benefits to be realized including affordable and environmentally friendly transportation, active and healthy lifestyles, safe streets for all road users, and prosperous local economies.
GrantWatch ID#: 184827
There is no maximum or minimum grant size; the Foundation asks that applications be submitted with budgets appropriate to the proposed work, organization’s size, and human resources capacity.
The Foundation will entertain proposals for multi-year funding based on the nature and scope of project goals.
Organizations may apply individually or in collaboration with others. Lead applicants must:
- Be committed to improving cycling programs, culture, services, and infrastructure in Toronto;
- Be based and active within the City of Toronto; and
- Have a current, valid charitable registration from the Canada Revenue Agency.
The deadline for 2019 applications is January 30, 2019, 2:00 pm.
Please note: In advance of applying, prospective applicants are asked to contact Metcalf’s Environment Program Director, Andre Vallillee, to discuss proposal ideas.
Applications will be reviewed by the Foundation’s Board and staff, assisted by an advisory panel with knowledge of the sector. Funding decisions will be announced in early April 2019.
Please limit your request to one project unless otherwise arranged with Foundation staff.
Metcalf Application Materials: https://metcalffoundation.com/downloads/
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications are to be submitted in electronic form only. Please email one pdf file with all materials to email@example.com by the date and time listed.
Andre Vallillee, Environment Program Director
416-926-0366 x 230
Heather Dunford, Grants Manager
416-926-0366 x 233
38 Madison Avenue
City of Toronto