LISTING OF FOUNDATIONSSERVING THE GREATER TORONTO AREA    A S.W.A.T. SUPPORT SERVICE
1                             USING THIS MANUALThis manual has been developed in order to enable you, the agency, to acces...
2                        BENNETT FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE                31 Adelaide St. E., Toronto ON M5C 2J5 (416) 598-11...
3                             General charitable purposes.                                       INTERESTS: Universities; ...
4                                       INTERESTS:Orchestras; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Cancer; Heart Di...
5 Abused Women; Crisis Services; Community Development; Family Services; Poverty;   Domestic Violence; Alcohol and Drug Ab...
6                               AREA PREFERRED:                                    Canada-wide                            ...
7          190 Division St., PO Box 426, Wetland ON L3B 4A2 (905) 732-1640                                         PURPOSE...
8problems of the elderly and the handicapped, television or radio projects, building funds,    basic research, equipment, ...
9 legislation affecting property ownership rights, and real property and housing topics of                                ...
10 Churches and Organizations; Wildlife; Conservation; Blind; Hearing Disabled; United   Ways; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Spe...
11     Performing Arts; Music; Universities; Alternative Education; Medical Education; Oncology; Hospitals; Cancer; Parkin...
12               ROTARY CLUB OF TORONTO CHARITABLE FOUNDATION      c/o Royal York Hotel, 100 Front St. W., Toronto ON M5J ...
13                                       INTERESTS:Orchestras; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Cancer; Heart D...
14 Each year, grants have been made to the United Appeal, Heart Fund, Trinity College,                      Trinity Colleg...
15The Foundation does not finance personal aid for individuals; the appraisal or subsidy ofcures or inventions; the establ...
16human rights, national political issues, athletic programs and events, ongoing operating              costs, fundraising...
17                                    of personnel.                                    DEADLINE:                         J...
18                                     PURPOSE:                            General charitable purposes.                   ...
19 Office of Proposal Entry, 1200 Mott Foundation Bldg., Flint MI 485021851 (810) 238-                                    ...
20              100 Ardwold Gate, Toronto ON M5R 2W2 (519) 742-7650                             Established 1975 in Ontari...
21  c/o Canada Trust, 45 O’Connor St., 6th Floor, Ottawa ON K1P 1A4 (613) 782-1264                                   Estab...
22                              BIRKS FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE             606, rue Cathcart, Suite 534, Montreal QC H3B 1K9...
23      Social Services; Health; Poverty; Children; Child Welfare; Youth; Seniors                                   PROCED...
24                                      DEADLINE:                                      September.                         ...
25                                    Primarily B.C.                                 FINANCIAL DATA:        · Approx. Tota...
26                                FINANCIAL DATA:         Approx. Total Assets: $6,108,011 Approx. Annual Grants $490,549 ...
27                                      INTERESTS:  Child Development; Child Welfare; Physically Disabled Children; Young ...
28                             General charitable purposes.                                      INTERESTS: Arts; Crafts; ...
29 · The Foundation is no longer receiving applications for its Child and Family Program except for the Aboriginal and Bla...
30                              Fiscal Year End: July 31                          LASKIN FOUNDATION; THE      18 Lower Vil...
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  1. 1. LISTING OF FOUNDATIONSSERVING THE GREATER TORONTO AREA A S.W.A.T. SUPPORT SERVICE
  2. 2. 1 USING THIS MANUALThis manual has been developed in order to enable you, the agency, to access supportfunds for projects and programs.The manual quickly demonstrates that the size of the Foundation varies greatly, withsome offering great sums of money and others offering smaller amounts.Each listed foundation is organized as follows AGENCY NAME Agency address PURPOSE: A statement noting why they were established. INTERESTS:A listing of those areas that they express concern and wish your application to address.Some will list an extensive number of issues and others will only note all social concerns PROCEDURE: How to apply and when AREA PREFERRED: City, region country and or province. Some U.S. foundations are noted if they also serve Canada FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets, Approx. Annual Grants, Fiscal Year End: DateThe foundations are not noted in any particular order.It is suggested that you review the manual noting when the foundation will accept yourproposal. If you wish to access funds quickly, then do not send your proposal to afoundation that only accepts submissions months from now. Thank you for requesting the manual and the best of luck with your submissions.Please note that a listing of a foundation should not be seen as an endorsementby S.W.A.T. of the foundation or service club or a recommendation for an agency to submit a proposal. Utilization of the manual should not be seen as an endorsement of the agency submitting proposals to any or all foundations or service clubs. The preparation of this manual in no way results in financial gain for S.W.A.T. and has been prepared solely as a means to enable agencies to be aware of sources of financial assistance. LISTING OF FOUNDATIONS S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  3. 3. 2 BENNETT FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE 31 Adelaide St. E., Toronto ON M5C 2J5 (416) 598-1114 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Performing Arts; Dance; Theatre; Music; Native Culture; Literacy; Universities; Hospitals; Israel; Peace and Disarmament; Jewish Culture; Jewish Social Services; Environmental Problems; Canadian Studies; Women; Abused Women; Minorities; Native People; Inuit; Immigrants; Housing and Shelters; Wife Abuse; Race Relations; Human Rights LIMITATIONS: No grants to individuals. INFORMATION:The Foundation’s main interests are the ballet, literacy, black education and culture and native Canadian and Inuit arts and culture. Scholarships and bursaries are awarded to black and native Canadians. AREA PREFERRED: Metropolitan Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $15,022,395, Approx. Annual Grants: $789,366.00, Approx. Annual Charity: $10,000 Fiscal Year End: December 31 BENNETT FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE 31 Adelaide St. E., Toronto ON M5C 2J5 (416) 598-1114 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Performing Arts; Dance; Theatre; Music; Native Culture; Literacy; Universities; Hospitals; Israel; Peace and Disarmament; Jewish Culture; Jewish Social Services; Environmental Problems; Canadian Studies; Women; Abused Women; Minorities; Native People; Inuit; Immigrants; Housing and Shelters; Wife Abuse; Race Relations; Human Rights LIMITATIONS: No grants to individuals. INFORMATION:The Foundation’s main interests are the ballet, literacy, black education and culture and native Canadian and Inuit arts and culture. Scholarships and bursaries are awarded to black and native Canadians. AREA PREFERRED: Metropolitan Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $15,022,395, Approx. Annual Grants: $789,366.00, Approx. Annual Charity: $10,000 Fiscal Year End: December 31 BULLOCK FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE JAMES AND PATRICIA PO Box 653, Midland ON L4R 4P4 PURPOSE: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  4. 4. 3 General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Universities; Career Counselling; Health Care; Literacy; Preventive Medicine; Multiple Sclerosis; Alzheimer Disease; Diabetes; Environment; Pollution; Population; Child Welfare; Abused Women; Poverty; Domestic Violence; Child Abuse PROCEDURE: Submit an annual report, audited statement, charitable registration number and details of how the grant will be used. DEADLINE: Decisions are made from May through September AREA PREFERRED: Southern Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $53,699, Approx. Annual Grants: $17,300, Fiscal Year End: December 31 CARING FOUNDATION; THE 150 King St. W, Suite 2307, PO Box 37, Toronto ON M5H 1J9 (416) 360-2799 PURPOSE: To assist social service projects. INTERESTS:· Children; Child Welfare; Women; Abused Women; Disabled; Youth; Seniors; Housing and Shelters; Hostels; Group Homes; Family Counselling; Domestic Violence; Wife Abuse; Child Abuse; Sexual Assault; Psychiatry; Theatre AREA PREFERRED: Metropolitan Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $574,212, Approx. Annual Grants: $30,000, Fiscal Year End: August 31 COUTU; LA FONDATION MARCELLE ET JEAN 1374 Mont-Royal est, Bureau 101, Montreal QC H2J 1Y7 (514) 527-4510 PURPOSE:To provide assistance in developing countries, to help abused women and children, and to fight drug abuse in Canada and Québec. INTERESTS: United Ways; Abused Women; Child Abuse; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; International Missions AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, with primary emphasis on Quebec FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $65,270,148, Approx. Annual Grants: $2,030,424, Fiscal Year End: February 28 KASSINGER FOUNDATION; HERMAN 500 Mayfair Ave., Oshawa ON L1G 2Y2 (905) 728-7583 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  5. 5. 4 INTERESTS:Orchestras; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Cancer; Heart Disease; LungDisease; Cystic Fibrosis; Ileitis and Colitis; Mental Health; Abused Women; Physically Disabled; Hearing Disabled; Mentally Disabled; Community Services; Hostels; United Ways; Big Brothers and Sisters; Race Relations PROCEDURE: Proposals must include proof of charitable registration number and annual report, if available. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in June/July. AREA PREFERRED: Oshawa and surrounding area FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $1,550, Approx. Annual Grants: $2,600, Fiscal Year End: March MCBRIDE FOUNDATION; THE 64 Skyland Dr., Hamilton ON L9A 3C1 (905) 383-9844 PURPOSE: To carry out the charitable giving of the R.P. McBride family. INTERESTS:Environment; Youth; Wildlife; Birds; Conservation; Pollution; Forests; Abused Women;Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Hostels; Emergency Shelters; Child Abuse; Young Offenders PROCEDURE: Apply in writing including annual report and charitable registration number. DEADLINE: Decisions are made at the beginning of June and December. AREA PREFERRED: Primarily Hamilton-Wentworth region FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $107,612, Approx. Annual Grants: $7,900, Fiscal Year End: December 31 PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS; THE One Commerce Square, 2005 Market St., Suite 1700, Philadelphia PA 19103-7017 PURPOSE: To encourage individual development and personal achievement, cross-disciplinary problem solving and innovative, practical approaches to meet the changing needs of aglobal community. Grants are made in the areas of culture, education, the environment, health and human services, public policy and religion. INTERESTS: Arts and Culture; Ethnic Culture; Museums; Historic Sites; Literacy; EducationInstitutions; Academic and Research Libraries; Biomedical Sciences; Health Agencies; Preventive Medicine; Nutrition; International Relations; Peace and Disarmament;International Development; International Health and Medicine; Christian Organizations; Presbyterian Churches and Organizations; Sciences; Environmental Problems; Social Sciences; Economics; Special Needs Groups; Children; Disabled; Youth; Seniors; Women; Native People; Physically Disabled; Mentally Disabled; Community Services; S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  6. 6. 5 Abused Women; Crisis Services; Community Development; Family Services; Poverty; Domestic Violence; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Social Development; Employment DEADLINE: Decisions are made in March, June, September and December. AREA PREFERRED: Most grants are made in the U.S. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $3,512,044,823, Approx. Annual Grants $166,624,400, Fiscal Year End: December 31 PUBLIC WELFARE FOUNDATION INC. 2600 Virginia Ave. NW, Room 505, Washington DC 20037-1977 (202) 965-1800 PURPOSE: · To make grants primarily to grassroots organizations in the U.S. and abroad with emphasis on the environment, population, the elderly, youth, and criminal justice; support also for community services, health and education. Programs must serve low- income, disadvantaged populations with preference to short-term needs. INTERESTS: Vocational Training; Alternative Education; Gerontology; Health Clinics; Preventive Medicine; Nutrition; Pregnancy and Childbirth; AIDS; Mental Health; Developing World; Peace and Disarmament; Environment; Energy; Environmental Problems; Community Legal Issues; Child Welfare; Disabled; Youth; Seniors; Women; Abused Women; Minorities; Native People; Immigrants; Housing and Shelters; Sheltered Workshops;Group Homes; Crisis Services; Community Development; Family Services; Birth Control;Adoption and Fostering; Poverty; Violence; Domestic Violence; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Human Rights; Crime; Offenders and Ex-offenders; Employment LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not finance graduate work, writing of theses, travel for foreign study, conferences, meetings, seminars, consulting services, religious activities, individuals, nor does it make loans. PROCEDURE: Submit one copy of full proposal in English. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in October, January, March and June. International. Most grants in the US. Grants made only occasionally in Canada. Grantsoutside of the US made to organizations with offices in the US and in the country where the program is operating FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $290,842,400, Approx. Annual Grants: $17,469,850, Fiscal Year End: October 31 SLAGHT FOUNDATION; THE ANNE BUTLER 1316-181 University Ave., Toronto ON M5H 3M7 PURPOSE: To contribute monies to other registered charities such as the Toronto Hospital Foundation and others who assist the homeless and/or battered women and children. INTERESTS: Health Disorders; Abused Women; Child Abuse; Community Services S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  7. 7. 6 AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $510,731, Approx. Annual Grants: $15,000, Fiscal Year End: December 31 FORD FOUNDATION; THE 320 East 43rd St., New York NY 10017-9998 (212) 573-5000 Contact: Mr. Barron M. Tenney, Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel Established 1936 in Michigan PURPOSE: To advance the public well-being by identifying and contributing to the solution ofproblems of national and international importance. Grants encompass the categories of: Urban Poverty; Rural Poverty and Resources; Rights and Social Justice; Governance and Public Policy; Education and Culture; International Affairs; and Reproductive Health and Population. INTERESTS: · Africa; Agriculture; AIDS; Peace and Disarmament; Arts; Asia; Community Development; Crime; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Economics; Education; Education Research; Elementary Schools; Employment; Environment; Europe; Family Planning; Housing and Shelters; Human Rights; Immigrants; International Development; International Education; Israel; South America; Law; Middle East; Minorities; Native People; Performing Arts; Population; Secondary Schools; Poverty; Women; Youth LIMITATIONS: · The Foundation does not finance routine operating costs; construction or maintenance of buildings; religious activities; personal or local needs; undergraduate scholarships and bursaries; nor does it support programs for which substantial support is available from government or other sources. INFORMATION: Graduate fellowships are made through universities and other organizations. PROCEDURE: The Foundation does not use grant application forms. Applications for grants should set forth objectives, and details of methods for carrying them out, the qualifications of the persons and institutions involved, the institution’s affirmative action policy and record, and an estimated budget. Domestic applications and inquiries about how nominationsfor grants to individuals may be made should be sent to the Secretary of the Foundation; applicants in foreign areas where the Foundation has an office should direct their proposals to the resident representative. DEADLINE:Applications are considered throughout the year. Board meetings are held in December, March, June and September. AREA PREFERRED: International. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $6,938,849,272, Approx. Annual Grants: $285,772,908 Approx. Annual charity: $2,394,803, Fiscal Year End: September 30 TAYLOR CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; ERWIN S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  8. 8. 7 190 Division St., PO Box 426, Wetland ON L3B 4A2 (905) 732-1640 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Arts; Ethnic Culture; Historic Preservation; Education; Health; Lutheran Churches and Organizations; Environment; Special Needs Groups; Community Services INFORMATION: All grants funds must be matched on a one-to-one basis. PROCEDURE: Apply in writing including the most recent and two years previous financial statements, charitable registration number, overview of project including purpose and objectives, financing required and for what time period. DEADLINE: June 30. Decisions are made in September. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, particularly the regional municipality of Niagara, Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $163,000 Approx. Annual Grants: $5,030 Fiscal Year End: November 30 WILLMOT FOUNDATION; THE Kinghaven Farms, 4305 King Rd., King City ON L7B 1K4 (416) 675-4167 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Universities; Hospitals; Churches; Community Services; Performing Arts; Medical Research; Museums; Private Schools LIMITATIONS: Applications are not accepted at this time since funds are committed. AREA PREFERRED: · Ontario FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $100 Approx. Annual Grants: $5,500 Fiscal Year End: December HEWLETT FOUNDATION; WILLIAM AND FLORA 525 Middlefield Rd. Suite 200, Menlo Park CA 94025 (415) 329-1070 PURPOSE:To award grants in the areas of conflict resolution (priority), the environment, performing arts, education especially at the college-university level), population, and to the immediate region. INTERESTS: Environment; Education; Performing Arts; Population; Public Affairs; Peace and Disarmament; Arts; Minorities; Family Planning; International Relations; Libraries; Literacy; Dance; Housing and Shelters; Music; Theatre; Youth; Community Development; Volunteers; AIDS LIMITATIONS:The Foundation does not finance individuals, medicine and health-related projects, law, criminal justice and related fields, juvenile delinquency, drug and alcohol addiction, S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  9. 9. 8problems of the elderly and the handicapped, television or radio projects, building funds, basic research, equipment, scholarships, or fellowships, nor does it make loans. PROCEDURE: Application form not required. Initial approach by letter. DEADLINE: Jan. 1, music; Apr. 1, theatre; July 1, dance, film, and video service organizations; no deadlines for other programs. Most grants are made primarily in the U.S. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $819,596, Approx. Annual Grants $31,305,000, Fiscal Year End: December 31 JEWISON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE NORMAN AND MARGARET 20 Queen Street West, Suite 2700, Box 27, Toronto ON M5H 3S1 (416) 923-8580 PURPOSE: · General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Arts and Culture; Performing Arts; Theatre; Journalism; Native Culture; Museums; Universities; Health; Oncology; Paediatrics; Hospitals; Canadian Red Cross Society;Cancer; AIDS; Heart Disease; Salvation Army; Youth; Physically Disabled; Physically Disabled Children; Housing and Shelters; United WaysThe Foundation does not finance deficits, emergency funds, endowments, equipment, matching funds, research projects, start-up funds, conferences and seminars, or bursaries. Individual projects are not funded whether involved with research, film or personal enrichment. PROCEDURE: Apply in writing. The Foundation can be faxed at (416) 923-2787. DEADLINE: Applications are screened bi-annually. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario, with emphasis on Toronto. FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $5,992,000, Approx. Annual Grants: $213,440, Fiscal Year End: November 30 ONTARIO REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION 99 Duncan Mill Rd., Don Mills ON M3B 1Z2 (416) 445-9910 PURPOSE The Foundation considers grant applications for a wide range of charitable, community and educational activities, from local real estate boards and registered charitable organizations which carry on their work solely in the province of Ontario. · Grants are regularly considered in the following areas: disaster relief funds, public, school and university libraries, educational institutions (research on topics related to real property and housing issues), financial assistance to registered charitable organizations in thefields of arts and culture, health, science and technology, social services and sports and recreation fields, community projects of a charitable nature benefiting the community at large, co-sponsoring of publications concerning rights of real property ownership, S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  10. 10. 9 legislation affecting property ownership rights, and real property and housing topics of interest to Ontario citizens. INTERESTS: Libraries; Paediatrics; Prosthetics and Orthetics; Cancer; Cerebral Palsy; AIDS; Epilepsy; Reyes Syndrome; Lung Disease; Kidney Disorders; Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus; Burns; Cystic Fibrosis; Leukemia; Multiple Sclerosis; Muscular Dystrophy; Liver Disease; Asthma; Children’s Mental Health; Children; Children’s Medical Care; Disabled; Youth; Physically Disabled Children; Mentally Disabled Children; Housing and Shelters; Children’s Residences; Crisis Services; Child Abuse; Young Offenders; Special Olympics; Camps INFORMATION: Local real estate board endorsement must be received, prior to application beingreviewed by Foundation Board of Directors. The Foundation Services Administrator will contact local real estate board on behalf of organization Requesting funds. PROCEDURE: To apply, contact the Foundation Services Administrator at (416) 445-9910, fax (416) 445-2644. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,424,272, Approx. Annual Grants: $64,075, Fiscal Year End: December 31 TAUBEN FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE JULIA AND MORTON 99 Chabanel St., Suite 701, Montreal QC H2N 2G6 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Hospitals; Rehabilitation; Nursing Homes; Health Agencies; Canadian Red Cross Society; Cancer; Cerebral Palsy; Parkinson`s Disease; AIDS; Heart Disease; Kidney Disorders; Alzheimer Disease; Israel; Jewish Culture; Jewish Schools; Jewish Social Services; Synagogues and Temples; Judaic Studies; Religious Education; Seniors; Housing and Shelters; YMHA AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, with an emphasis on Montreal, Quebec FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,486, Approx. Annual Grants: $31,161, Fiscal Year End: December 31 BURNS FOUNDATION; JANET AND CHARLES 840 King Vaughan Road, Maple ON L6A 2A5 PURPOSE: · To make charitable donations to selected registered charities. INTERESTS:Orchestras; Art Galleries; Education; Private Schools; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Health; Neurology; Ophthalmology and Optometry; Otolaryngology; Medical Research; Hospitals; Rehabilitation; Palliative Care; Cancer; Heart Disease; KidneyDisorders; Burns; Cystic Fibrosis; Arthritis; Muscular Dystrophy; Liver Disease; Anglican S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  11. 11. 10 Churches and Organizations; Wildlife; Conservation; Blind; Hearing Disabled; United Ways; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Special Olympics; Horseback Riding; Olympics INFORMATION: Each year, grants have been made to the United Appeal, Heart Fund, Trinity College, Trinity College School and York University. PROCEDURE:Submit one copy of a proposal including charitable registration number, audited financial statement and annual report. DEADLINE:Decisions are made each month, but December is the important month, as it is year end for the Foundation. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $442,921, Approx. Annual Grants: $16,600, Fiscal Year End: December 31 MINERVA FOUNDATION; THE PO Box 47079, 62 Edmonton Centre, Edmonton AB T5J 4N1 (403) 420-6666 PURPOSE:To support charitable activities generally and in particular those that foster personal and family growth in the community. INTERESTS:Physically Disabled; Mentally Disabled; Children; Community Services; Family Services; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Seniors; Mental Health LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not finance publications, political or religious activities, or individuals. PROCEDURE:Applicants are urged to telephone first at (403) 420-6666, to determine if the application is suitable and if funds are available. Apply in writing including four copies of the proposal stating the nature of the project and the benefit to the community; financial statements or an annual report; charitable registration number; and contact person’s name, address and telephone number. DEADLINE: Decisions are made April 3 and October 3. AREA PREFERRED: Grants are made in Alberta only. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $297,509, Approx. Annual Grants; $124,200, Fiscal Year End: June 30 MISKIN FAMILY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE MURRAY AND RUTH 60 Sunnycrest Rd., Willowdale ON M2R 2T4 (416) 487-2425 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  12. 12. 11 Performing Arts; Music; Universities; Alternative Education; Medical Education; Oncology; Hospitals; Cancer; Parkinson`s Disease; Diabetes; Kidney Disorders; Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus; Cystic Fibrosis; Multiple Sclerosis; Muscular Dystrophy; Hemophilia; Alzheimer Disease; Israel; Jewish Schools; Jewish Social Services; Synagogues and Temples; Judaic Studies; Reproductive Biology; Special Needs Groups; Children’s Medical Care; Blind; Learning Disabled; Family Services; Alcohol and Drug Abuse AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $428,934, Approx. Annual Grants: $23,956, Fiscal Year End: July 31 NELSON FOUNDATION; AUSTIN S. 310-4209-99th St., Edmonton AB T6E 5V7 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Paediatrics; Canadian Red Cross Society; Palliative Care; Cancer; Cerebral Palsy; Heart Disease; Diabetes; Lung Disease; Kidney Disorders; Leukemia; Multiple Sclerosis; Alzheimer Disease; Burns; Christian Organizations; Anglican Churches and Organizations; Blind; Physically Disabled Children; Animal Welfare; EmergencyShelters; Crisis Services; Poverty; Domestic Violence; Wife Abuse; Child Abuse; Sexual Assault; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Young Offenders; Crime Prevention; Mental Health DEADLINE: · Decisions are normally made in November. AREA PREFERRED: Alberta FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,224,674, Approx. Annual Grants: $68,300, Fiscal Year End: December 31 ROTARY CLUB OF LEASIDE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION 1 Concorde Place, #2301, Toronto ON M3C 3K6 (416) 482-9561 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Rotary Club of Toronto Leaside and/or its members. PURPOSE: To give grants in the areas of child welfare, juvenile delinquency and crime, the handicapped, social agencies, educational scholarships and senior citizens. INTERESTS: Secondary Schools; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Blind; Physically Disabled Children; Hospitals; Churches; Half-way Houses; Universities AREA PREFERRED: Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $881,415, Approx. Annual Grants; $87,858, Fiscal Year End: June 30 S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  13. 13. 12 ROTARY CLUB OF TORONTO CHARITABLE FOUNDATION c/o Royal York Hotel, 100 Front St. W., Toronto ON M5J 1E4 (416) 363-0604 SOURCE OF FUNDS:Donations from members of Rotary Club, special club events and legacies from estates of deceased Rotarians and others. PURPOSE: To provide financial assistance for religious, charitable, and educational purposes, inparticular in the fields of social development for the aged, child welfare, delinquency and crime, environmental problems, handicapped, housing, social agencies and youth agencies. INTERESTS: Seniors; Child Welfare; Crime; Young Offenders; Environmental Problems; PhysicallyDisabled; Mentally Disabled; Housing and Shelters; Youth; Community Services; Alcohol and Drug Abuse PROCEDURE: There is no special application form or procedure. Submit two copies of your proposal. DEADLINE: Decisions are made throughout the year. AREA PREFERRED: Primarily inner city of Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $3,061,236, Approx. Annual Grants: $215,763, Fiscal Year End: June 30 SIFTON FOUNDATION INC.; CAROLYN c/o McCarthy Tetrault, PO Box 48, TD Tower, Toronto ON M5K 1E6 (416) 601-7579 General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Canadian Red Cross Society; Kidney Disorders; Special Needs Groups; Alcohol and Drug Abuse PROCEDURE:There is no specific application form. Submit written proposal to the President includingspecific, precise information on your organization and project, registration number and current financial picture. DEADLINE: April 30 and September 30. AREA PREFERRED: Manitoba and Toronto FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $11,363,485, Approx. Annual Grants: $535,752, Fiscal Year End: December 31 KASSINGER FOUNDATION; HERMAN 500 Mayfair Ave., Oshawa ON L1G 2Y2 (905) 728-7583 SOURCE OF FUNDS: · H. Kassinger Construction, as well as numerous individuals and companies. PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  14. 14. 13 INTERESTS:Orchestras; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Cancer; Heart Disease; LungDisease; Cystic Fibrosis; Ileitis and Colitis; Mental Health; Abused Women; Physically Disabled; Hearing Disabled; Mentally Disabled; Community Services; Hostels; United Ways; Big Brothers and Sisters; Race Relations PROCEDURE: Proposals must include proof of charitable registration number and annual report, if available. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in June/July. AREA PREFERRED: Oshawa and surrounding area. FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $1,550, Approx. Annual Grants: $2,600, Fiscal Year End: March MAGFRAT FOUNDATION; THE c/o Big Brothers of Sarnia-Lambton, 193 George St., Sarnia ON N7T 4N6 (519) 336- 0460 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Gifts, bequests and donations. PURPOSE:· To support youth and children’s services in Lambton county, in particular Big Brothers of Sarnia-Lambton. INTERESTS: Children; Youth; Big Brothers and Sisters PROCEDURE: Submit one copy of application in English. DEADLINE: May 31. AREA PREFERRED: Sarnia and Lambton County, Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $153,567, Approx. Annual Grants: $6,374, Fiscal Year End: December 31 BURNS FOUNDATION; JANET AND CHARLES 840 King Vaughan Road, Maple ON L6A 2A5 PURPOSE: To make charitable donations to selected registered charities. INTERESTS:Orchestras; Art Galleries; Education; Private Schools; Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Health; Neurology; Ophthalmology and Optometry; Otolaryngology; Medical Research; Hospitals; Rehabilitation; Palliative care; Cancer; Heart Disease; KidneyDisorders; Burns; Cystic Fibrosis; Arthritis; Muscular Dystrophy; Liver Disease; Anglican Churches and Organizations; Wildlife; Conservation; Blind; Hearing Disabled; United Ways; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Special Olympics; Horseback Riding; Olympics INFORMATION: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  15. 15. 14 Each year, grants have been made to the United Appeal, Heart Fund, Trinity College, Trinity College School and York University. PROCEDURE: · Submit one copy of a proposal including charitable registration number, audited financial statement and annual report. DEADLINE: · Decisions are made each month, but December is the important month, as it is year end for the Foundation. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $442,921, Approx. Annual Grants: $16,600, Fiscal Year End: December 31 WOOD GUNDY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE BCE Place, PO Box 500, Toronto ON M5J 2S8 (416) 594-7000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Wood Gundy Inc. and Associated Companies. PURPOSE:The Foundation receives grants from Wood Gundy Inc. and its affiliated and associated companies for the purpose of making donations to worthy charities in Canada’seducational, research, cultural, medical, youth-oriented and children-related programs. INTERESTS:Children; Child Development; Child Welfare; Children’s Medical Care; Youth; Physically Disabled Children; Mentally Disabled Children; Children’s Residences; YMCA; YWCA; Big Brothers and Sisters; Child Abuse AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Annual Grants: $2,147,632, Fiscal Year End: December 31 ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION; THE 1133 Avenue of the Americas, New York NY 10036 (212) 869-8500 PURPOSE: To promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world, through the following program areas: Science-based international development in agriculture, health, population, and theglobal environment; Arts and humanities; Equal opportunity; International security; and School reform. A `Special Interests and Explorations` a category exists to maintainflexibility in grantmaking. Programs are carried out through the awarding of grants and fellowships, the operation of field programs, and the dissemination of knowledge through publications and close association with the media. INTERESTS:Arts; Ethnic Culture; International Development; International Arts and Culture; Poverty;Tropical Medicine; Birth Control; Reproductive Biology; Population; International Health and Medicine; Agriculture; Education LIMITATIONS: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  16. 16. 15The Foundation does not finance personal aid for individuals; the appraisal or subsidy ofcures or inventions; the establishment of local hospitals, churches, schools, libraries, or welfare agencies; altruistic movements involving private profit; propaganda or attempts to influence legislation; investing in securities on a philanthropic basis. PROCEDURE: Submit initial proposal by letter. DEADLINE: Deadline for fellowship programs are specified in individual brochures. Decisions are usually made in March, June, September and December. AREA PREFERRED: International. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $2,138,585,815, Approx. Annual Grants: $78,754,297, Approx. Annual Charity: $6,111,670, Fiscal Year End: December 31 HYLAND FOUNDATION; NELSON ARTHUR 45 St. Clair Ave. West, Suite 601, Toronto ON M4V 1K9 (416) 920-6010 PURPOSE:To assist in medical research, education, and other campaigns for charitable purposes involving the poor and less fortunate. INTERESTS: Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Health Care; Medical Education; Medical Research; Universities; Education Institutions; Sports; Health Disorders; Physically Disabled; Mentally Disabled; Hospitals; Child Welfare; Community Services; Seniors; Youth; Religious Organizations PROCEDURE: Proposals should include full details of the history of the organization, purpose of the application, the benefits to arise, a listing of personnel, other sources of funding, financial statements, and charitable registration number. DEADLINE: September 1. Decisions are made in September and December. AREA PREFERRED: Metropolitan Toronto FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $11,991,644, Approx. Annual Grants: $560,000, Fiscal Year End: December 31 LAWSON FOUNDATION; THE 248 Pall Mall St., Suite 100, London ON N6A 5P6 (519) 667-5114 PURPOSE: To support charitable purposes within Ontario, and religious or educational purposes within Canada. INTERESTS: Children; Youth; Family Services; Community Development; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Health; Diabetes; Cancer; Religious Organizations; Ecumenicism; Education LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not finance broadcasting, government agencies and organizations, completed projects, economic and policy development, citizenship, S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  17. 17. 16human rights, national political issues, athletic programs and events, ongoing operating costs, fundraising campaigns, or arts, culture and museums. INFORMATION: The Foundation is interested in children, youth and families` well being (addiction); diabetes and cancer; education; community Foundations; ecumenical projects; and the environment. PROCEDURE: Submit an initial letter of inquiry including information on the organization, project, purpose, assistance required, project budget, organization’s budget, charitableregistration number, specific monetary request, latest audited financial statement, board of directors. DEADLINE: September 1, February 1, April 1 AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, with emphasis on Ontario. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $39,137,332, Approx. Annual Grants: $1,997,662, Approx. Annual Charity: $2,100 Fiscal Year End: December 31 MASONIC FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO; THE 361 King St. West, Hamilton ON L8P 1B4 (905) 527-9105 PURPOSE: To provide funding for post-secondary school bursaries, deafness research, drug andsubstance abuse education in the school system, and other specific community projects. INTERESTS: Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Community Services; Medical Research PROCEDURE: Applications for bursaries should be made at the college or university the student is attending, not the Foundation. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $4,145,393, Approx. Annual Grants: $197,000, Approx. Annual Charity: $253,466 Fiscal Year End: March 31 MILLER FOUNDATION; T. DONALD 45 St. Clair Ave. West, Suite 801, Toronto ON M4V 1K9 (416) 920-6010 PURPOSE: To give financial support to charitable causes. INTERESTS: Youth; Physically Disabled; Hospitals; Cancer; Alcohol and Drug Abuse; MultipleSclerosis; Muscular Dystrophy; Seniors; Child Welfare; Mentally Disabled; Universities; Learning Disabled PROCEDURE:Apply in writing including financial statements, charitable registration number and a list S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  18. 18. 17 of personnel. DEADLINE: June 1; payable prior to August 31. AREA PREFERRED: Metropolitan Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $330,644, Approx. Annual Grants: $15,000, Fiscal Year End: August 31 ALLAN FAMILY FOUNDATION; JAMES N. 221 Alder St. E., Dunnville ON N1A 1C9 (905) 774-5411 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Adult and Continuing Education; Secondary Schools; Private Schools; Scholarships,Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Health; Health Associations; Hospitals; Health Agencies; Canadian Red Cross Society; Cancer; Heart Disease; Diabetes; Kidney Disorders; Arthritis; Multiple Sclerosis; Muscular Dystrophy; Mental Health; Liver Disease;Alzheimer Disease; Churches; Mennonite Churches and Organizations; Salvation Army; United Churches and Organizations; Youth; Blind; Mentally Disabled; Animal Welfare; YMCA; YWCA, United Ways; Clubs PROCEDURE: Submit one copy of application, including annual report and charitable registration number. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in July and December. AREA PREFERRED: Dunnville, Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $620,265, Approx. Annual Grants: $33,653, Fiscal Year End: December 31 SOAD FOUNDATION; THE 401 Bay St., Suite 2302, PO Box 102, Toronto ON M5H 2Y4 (416) 947-1212 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS:Jewish Organizations; Judaic Studies; Jewish Schools; Mentally Disabled Children; Blind INFORMATION: Grants are primarily for Jewish organizations. AREA PREFERRED: Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $61,328, Approx. Annual Grants: $149,661, Fiscal Year End: October 31 BINAH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION 404-1 Yorkdale Road, Toronto ON M6A 3A1 (416) 781-5545 S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  19. 19. 18 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Charitable Foundations, Trusts and Service Clubs; Jewish Social Services AREA PREFERRED: Toronto FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $16,873,275, Approx. Annual Grants: $500,000, Fiscal Year End: November 30 BOUCHER-LAMBERT; FONDATION 736, 6e Avenue, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal QC H1B 4K5 (514) 640-8894 PURPOSE:General charitable purposes, with primary interest in hunger and suffering relief, in third world countries and some local organizations. INTERESTS:Charitable Foundations, Trusts and Service Clubs; Social Services; Hospitals; Poverty; Health Agencies INFORMATION:Grants are made for emergency funds and matching funds. The Foundation presently contributes to about 100 organizations and rarely adds to their list of recipients due to present commitments. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $489,118, Approx. Annual Grants: $56,975, Fiscal Year End: October 31 KAUFMANN FOUNDATION; THE HENRY AND BERENICE 4670 St. Catherine St. West, Suite 210, Westmount QC H3Z 1J5 (514) 934-3400 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Private contributions. PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Hospitals; Health Disorders; Jewish Organizations; Israel; Community Services; Charitable Foundations, Trusts and Service Clubs PROCEDURE: Application forms are not needed. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in September. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA:Approx. Total Assets: $6,358,581, Approx. Annual Grants: $246,534, Fiscal Year End: December 31 MOTT FOUNDATION; CHARLES STEWART S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  20. 20. 19 Office of Proposal Entry, 1200 Mott Foundation Bldg., Flint MI 485021851 (810) 238- 5651 PURPOSE: · To support efforts that promote a just, equitable and sustainable society. INTERESTS:· Education; International Activities; Soviet Union; Africa; Europe; Environment; Water; Air; Pollution; Child Welfare; Charitable Foundations, Trusts and Service Clubs; Volunteers; Community Development; Family Services; Violence; Race Relations PROCEDURE: Initial approach by letter. DEADLINE: Decisions are made on a continuous basis. AREA PREFERRED: Most grants are made in the U.S. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,250,000 Approx. Annual Grants: $49,000,000. Fiscal Year End: December 31 PANICARO FOUNDATION 41 E. Fable St., Barrhaven, Nepean ON K2J 3K4 (416) 920-3211 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Charitable Foundations, Trusts and Service Clubs; Education; Oceanography; YMCA AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide and International. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,171,501· Approx. Annual Grants: $41,280 Fiscal Year End: November 30 FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH ON THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF BLINDNESS 5591 Cote des Neiges Rd., Suite 1, Montreal QC H3T 1Y8 (514) 735-1133 PURPOSE: To sponsor and encourage research and training in new techniques for the prevention of blindness, through grants and interest-free loans. INTERESTS:Blind; Preventive Medicine; Medical Research; Jewish Organizations; Israel; Performing Arts PROCEDURE: The department head should apply to the President on behalf of the investigator(s). AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide and U.S. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $566,072 Approx. Annual Grants: $28,966. Fiscal Year End: June 14 MACKENZIE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION; THE ADA S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  21. 21. 20 100 Ardwold Gate, Toronto ON M5R 2W2 (519) 742-7650 Established 1975 in Ontario SOURCE OF FUNDS: Donations and a lottery. PURPOSE: To obtain funds through donations and a lottery and to in turn donate such monies to the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association and to other charities. INTERESTS: Physically Disabled; Blind LIMITATIONS: The Foundation has indicated that it does not accept applications since all its projects are self-generated. AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,068 Approx. Annual Grants: $5,000 Approx. Annual Charity: $5,065 Fiscal Year End: November 30 MALLOCH FOUNDATION; THEc/o Lazier, Hickey, Langs, O’Neal, 25 Main St. West, 17th Floor, Hamilton ON L8P 1H1 (905) 525-3652 Established 1964 in Ontario SOURCE OF FUNDS: The late Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Malloch PURPOSE: To fund charitable and educational organizations including child development, conservation, treatment of animals, education, medicine, adult and adolescent rehabilitation and reform. INTERESTS: Children; Youth; Health Care; Environment; Music; Blind; Veterans and Military Organizations LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not finance individuals nor does it make grants for building funds or regular operating expenses. PROCEDURE: Apply by letter. Brevity is appreciated. Submit five copies when applications are over four pages long. The Foundation can be faxed at (905) 525-6278. DEADLINE: Before August 15 in the year for which consideration is requested. Applicants are informed of results at the end of the calendar year. AREA PREFERRED: Hamilton and surrounding area. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $449,703. Approx. Annual Grants: $20,000 Fiscal Year End: December 31 PARKER FOUNDATION; VIRGINIA S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  22. 22. 21 c/o Canada Trust, 45 O’Connor St., 6th Floor, Ottawa ON K1P 1A4 (613) 782-1264 Established 1978 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Wildlife; Conservation; Youth; Blind; Hospitals; Health; Social Services OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Martha C. Price, President; Evan Price, Secretary-Treasurer; Alan Pfahl AREA PREFERRED: Ontario and Quebec FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $7,417,548. Approx. Annual Grants: $347,000 Fiscal Year End: December 31 IOF FORESTERS PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE FUND c/o Independent Order of Foresters, 789 Don Mills Rd, Don Mills ON M3C 1T9 (416) 429-3000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Through fundraising activities and personal donations by members. PURPOSE: To help prevent child abuse, by providing grants to non-profit organizations, agencies,programs, and qualified individuals for services related to the prevention of child abuse in Canada; the emphasis is on funding requests to support volunteer and educational efforts that help prevent child abuse. INTERESTS: Child Abuse; Children; Child Welfare INFORMATION: Contributions mainly support: 1) Hotlines, helplines, community outreach and volunteer recruitment efforts; 2) Educational materials, public awareness campaigns, seminars and training for children and adults, families and child-serving professionals; 3) Program components of domestic violence shelters, crisis nurseries, group homes and residential treatment settings that address prevention of abuse; 4) Volunteer, self-help and professionally-facilitated support groups such as parent aid programs. PROCEDURE: Applications should include a completed Non-Profit Funding Request Form, and shouldprovide one annual report including a financial statement and an update on the program status. Copies of the funded organization’s newsletter should be included, if available. DEADLINE: Decisions are normally quarterly. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $74,505 Approx. Annual Grants : $85,000 Fiscal Year End: December 31 S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  23. 23. 22 BIRKS FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE 606, rue Cathcart, Suite 534, Montreal QC H3B 1K9 (514) 397-2534 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Investments PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Dance; Music Education; Orchestras; Art Galleries; Museums; Universities; Private Schools; Hospitals; Canadian Red Cross Society; Cancer; Salvation Army; Child Welfare; YMCA; Health Disorders; Poverty LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not provide operating funds except where support has been givenin the past. Recipients must have a charitable registration number. Money is not given to individuals. INFORMATION: The Foundation’s donations policy is to: a) support certain charitable interests of the Birks family; b) fund major fund raising campaigns of Canadian universities, hospitals and health services in major centres, and other large innovative projects of significance; and to further the Arts in Canada’s major centres; c) fund major fund raising campaigns to support nationally recognized organizations in the field of human development and the environment; d) provide bursaries to needy and deserving students. PROCEDURE: Initial application is made by letter (no more than 2 pages) outlining the organization’s general objectives, the need for the project, the campaign’s financial objective, total annual operations cost of the organization; names of directors and officers. If accepted, a formal application will be requested. Bursary funding is made through colleges and universities for disbursement by their financial aid offices. The Foundation can be faxed at (514) 397-1121. DEADLINE: Requests should be made at least 6 months in advance of the need for funds. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $11,385,838· Approx. Annual Grants: $370,272· Approx. Annual Charit: $91,455 Fiscal Year End: November 30 CHUM CHARITABLE FOUNDATION 1331 Yonge St., Toronto ON M4T 1Y1 (416) 926-4000 SOURCE OF FUNDS: Christmas Wish Campaign PURPOSE: To raise funds to contribute directly to the welfare of any individual or group of individuals in need of charitable assistance, or for the promotion of welfare and aid of various charitable and social service agencies. INTERESTS: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  24. 24. 23 Social Services; Health; Poverty; Children; Child Welfare; Youth; Seniors PROCEDURE: Applications must include a charitable registration number. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, but primarily Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $440,932· Approx. Annual Grants: $335,750· Approx. Annual Charity: $14,250. Fiscal Year End: November 30 CUMMINGS FOUNDATION INC.; JAMES H. 1807 Elmwood Ave., Room 112, Buffalo NY 14207 (716) 874-0040 PURPOSE: To advance medical science, medical research and medical education in the United States and Canada including the erection of suitable buildings; and to support works among under-privileged young, aged, and infirm persons. INTERESTS: Child Welfare; Youth; Seniors; Medical Education; Medical Research; Hospitals INFORMATION: Priority is given to medical projects and organizations of a capital nature which don’t usually receive government funding. PROCEDURE: Make an initial inquiry by letter or telephone to the Executive Director concerning theFoundation’s policies. Submit seven copies of a two page proposal including charitableregistration number, seven copies of latest audited financial statement, list of directors and a concise summary of the project’s important facts. DEADLINE: February 15, May 15, August 15 or November 15, preceding quarterly meetings in March, June, September and December. AREA PREFERRED: Toronto, Buffalo, NY; Hendersonville, NC. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $17,812,259 Approx. Annual Grants: $631,844 Fiscal Year End: May 31 LANDO CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE EDITH 800-1030 West Georgia Street, Vancouver BC V6E 3B9 (604) 685-0564 PURPOSE: To makes grants for humanitarian purposes. INTERESTS: Education Research; Children’s Medical Care; Child Welfare; Israel; South America; Crime Prevention LIMITATIONS: Grants are made only to recognized, tax-exempt institutions. INFORMATION: Grants are made for the prevention of cruelty in all forms. PROCEDURE: Apply in writing. S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  25. 25. 24 DEADLINE: September. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide with an emphasis on Vancouver, B.C. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,122,574 Approx. Annual Grants: $38,344 Fiscal Year End: December 31 LOBLAW CHARITABLE TRUST; THE T.P. c/o Canada Trust Co., 20 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto ON M4R 2E2 PURPOSE: · The purpose of the trust fund is to pay its net annual income to the Kiwanis Club of Toronto, to be used by the club for its underprivileged boys work and other charitable purposes in the city of Toronto. INTERESTS: Child Welfare AREA PREFERRED: Toronto FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $4,564,817 Approx. Annual Grants: $380,400. Fiscal Year End: December 31 MADONNA FOUNDATION McCallum Hill Bldg., 1874 Scarth St., 10th Floor, PO Box 527, Regina SK S4P 2G8 (306) 777-0600 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS:· Catholic Churches and Organizations; Private Schools; Social Services; Child Welfare; Poverty; Wildlife AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, with emphasis on Sask. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $217,875 Approx. Annual Grants: $572,335 Approx. Annual Charity: $20,418 Fiscal Year End: October 31 MAHON FOUNDATION; ANDREW 6005 Collingwood Place, Vancouver BC V6N 1T4 (604) 261-8785 Established 1967 in British Columbia PURPOSE: To provide financial assistance to organizations which aid in the treatment and rehabilitation of handicapped children and to organizations and individuals who performresearch into diseases which afflict children. Assistance is also given for other charitable activities. INTERESTS: Health Disorders; Physically Disabled; Child Welfare; Community Services; Christian Organizations; Arts AREA PREFERRED: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  26. 26. 25 Primarily B.C. FINANCIAL DATA: · Approx. Total Assets: $1,183,484 Approx. Annual Grants: $53,730 Fiscal Year End: December 31 PAGE FOUNDATION; LILLIAN AND LEROY PO Box 2290, Hamilton ON L8N 3B5 PURPOSE:General charitable purposes particularly in the areas of the arts, education, health and welfare. INTERESTS:Arts and Culture; Health Care; Hospitals; Seniors; Child Welfare; Community Services; Family Services; Churches; Animal Welfare PROCEDURE: Submit a written proposal outlining details of request, to include an annual report and financial statement, if available, and charitable registration number. DEADLINE: December 1. AREA PREFERRED: Local community of Hamilton FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $492,840.00 Approx. Annual Grants $36,800 Fiscal Year End: December 31 LATNER FAMILY FOUNDATION; ALBERT AND TEMMY 20 Eglinton Ave. West, #1600, Toronto ON M4R 2H1 Established 1972 in Ontario SOURCE OF FUNDS: Various donations. PURPOSE:To donate funds to health and welfare and to societies pertaining to the state of Israel and Jewish tradition, as well as in Ontario, Canada for non-Jewish organizations. INTERESTS: Painting; Sculpture; Drawing; Printmaking; Universities; Separate Schools;Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Bursaries; Psychiatry; Gerontology; Orthopaedics; Health Care Research; Health Care; Nursing Homes; Health Clinics; Preventive Medicine; Cancer; Lung Disease; Kidney Disorders; Mental Health; Nursing; Israel; JewishOrganizations; Jewish Culture; Jewish Schools; Jewish Social Services; Synagogues and Temples; Judaic Studies; Medicine; Wildlife; Birds; Agriculture; Forests; Environmental Problems; Seniors; Mentally Disabled; Animal Welfare; Seniors` Residences; Child Abuse; Swimming; Physical Fitness PROCEDURE: Submit proposals by letter only. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in October and November. AREA PREFERRED: Toronto S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  27. 27. 26 FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $6,108,011 Approx. Annual Grants $490,549 Fiscal Year End: December 31 WOLRIGE FOUNDATION; THE 6106 Southlands Place, Vancouver BC V6N 1N1 (604) 263-7200 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Health Disorders; Performing Arts; Social Services; Child Welfare AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide, with emphasis on Vancouver, B.C. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $778,360 Approx. Annual Grants $39,000 Fiscal Year End: June 30 AMERICAN EXPRESS FOUNDATION American Express Co., American Express Tower, World Financial Ctr., New York NY 10285-4710 (212) 640-5661 Established 1954 in New York SOURCE OF FUNDS: American Express Co. and its subsidiaries. PURPOSE: To support the areas of community service, education and employment, and cultural programs. INTERESTS: Arts and Culture; Education; Community Services; Child Development; Child Welfare; Employment; Disabled LIMITATIONS:The Foundation does not finance religious, political or fraternal organizations; sports orathletics; umbrella organizations with active grantmaking programs; professional, trade or marketing associations; endowments; capital campaigns; publications; medical research; individuals. PROCEDURE: Initial approach is made by letter. There is no application form. DEADLINE: Decisions are made on an ongoing basis. International. Most grants are made in the U.S. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $1,607,528 Approx. Annual Grants $11,523,430 Fiscal Year End: December 31 FOURNIER-ETHIER; FIDUCIE CHARITABLEa/s Trust General du Canada, 1 100 rue University, Montreal QC H3B 2G7 (514) 871- 7395 PURPOSE: To give assistance to underprivileged and physically handicapped children. S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  28. 28. 27 INTERESTS: Child Development; Child Welfare; Physically Disabled Children; Young Offenders INFORMATION: Grants and bursaries are to help talented children who would otherwise be unable topursue their studies, and to deaf, blind, ill and physically handicapped children. Grants are sometimes made towards the medical care of handicapped children. PROCEDURE: Submit five copies of a proposal, including general information about the applicant organization: incorporation, goals, specific needs, financial statements, and other funding sources. DEADLINE: Proposals are accepted throughout the year. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $6,000,000 Approx. Annual Grants $638,506 Fiscal Year End: November 30 GRANT FOUNDATION; WILLIAM T. 515 Madison Ave., 6th Floor, New York NY 10022-5403 (212) 752-0071 PURPOSE: To support national and international research that contributes to an understanding of how to enhance the potential of children and youth, by supporting research in any medical or social-behavioral scientific discipline on the development of school-age children, adolescents, and youth; also to support the evaluation of innovativecommunity-based or other interventions aimed at reducing problem behaviors in school- age children, adolescents, and youth. INTERESTS:Education Research; Psychiatry; Health Care Research; Health Care; Children’s Mental Health; Social Sciences Research; Children; Child Development; Children’s Medical Care; Youth; Physically Disabled Children; Mentally Disabled Children; Social Development PROCEDURE: Initial approach is by letter including nature of the project, its methodology, financial needs and other pertinent information. DEADLINE: Decisions are made in February, May, September and December. AREA PREFERRED: International. Most grants are made in the U.S. Grants are made only occasionally in Canada. FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $186,991,680. Approx. Annual Grants $5,100,000. Fiscal Year End: December 30 KINNEAR FOUNDATION; THE HENRY WHITE Suite 4700, Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, T-D Centre, Toronto ON M5K 1E6 (416) 362-1812 PURPOSE: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  29. 29. 28 General charitable purposes. INTERESTS: Arts; Crafts; Museums; Universities; Hospitals; Child Development; Physically Disabled Children; YWCA; Family Services; Recreation LIMITATIONS: Grants are not made for individuals. DEADLINE: Applications are reviewed in March, June, September and November. AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $34,257,273·Approx. Annual Grants $1,577,851 Fiscal Year End: December 31 LAIDLAW FOUNDATION 365 Bloor St. East, Suite 2000, Toronto ON M4W 3L4 (416) 964-3614 PURPOSE: To use its human and financial resources in innovative ways to strengthen the environment for children, youth and families, to enhance the opportunities for human development and creativity, and to sustain healthy communities and ecosystems. INTERESTS: Performing Arts; Dance; Theatre; Music; Environment; Environmental Resources; Water; Environmental Problems; Pollution; Conservation; Native People; ChildDevelopment; Child Welfare; Youth; Minorities; Community Development; Social Issues; Social Development; Poverty; Crime Prevention LIMITATIONS: The Foundation does not finance: a) Annual campaigns, dinners or special events; b) Building campaigns/capital costs, including historical renovation or restoration; c) Equipment or furnishings; d) General operating costs/deficits, particularly those resulting from government underfunding; e) Proposals/projects from outside Ontario which are local in nature and which don’t have implications for broader program and policy development; f) Basic or survey research primarily of academic interest; g) Sports organizations; h) Bursaries or fellowships (other than Children at Risk Program); i) Festivals, film projects, choral groups, local amateur arts organizations or associations; j) Competitions; k) Travel subsidies; l) Conventional theatre, music and dance for mainstage production; m) Endowment funds;n) Individuals (other than those receiving support under one of the Foundation Research Programs); or o) Emergency funds or matching funds. S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  30. 30. 29 · The Foundation is no longer receiving applications for its Child and Family Program except for the Aboriginal and Black Scholarship Program associated with Children at Risk. INFORMATION: Grants are made for: a) Children at Risk: demonstration and research projects; b) New Works in the Performing Arts and; c) Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem. PROCEDURE: Request the Foundation’s Application Procedures and Guidelines prior to applying. HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN FOUNDATION; THE 555 University Ave., Suite 1725, Toronto ON M5G 1X8 (416) 813-6166 PURPOSE:To support the Hospital for Sick Children, primarily for research, capital and equipment, special program needs and amenities for children. In addition, on a national basis, to provide support for training at the post-doctoral level in child health, public education and innovative projects in child care, plus research related to the health of children. INTERESTS: Health; Paediatrics; Medical Research; Health Care; Preventive Medicine; Pregnancy and Childbirth; Children; Children’s Medical Care; Disabled PROCEDURE:Contact Foundation staff to discuss project proposals in advance of formal submission. Apply using official application forms. Required information includes annual reports,audited financial statement and charitable registration number. The Foundation can be faxed at (416) 813-5024. DEADLINE:April I and October I for research and educational grants. October 1 only for Duncan L. Gordon Fellowship Program. Director, Communications; Paolo Cini, Director, Finance and Administration AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $159,914Approx. Annual Grants $4,131 Fiscal Year End: September 30 JONES FOUNDATION; THE OAKAH L. AND DOROTHY RR1, Pontypool ON L0A 1K0 (705) 277-9495 PURPOSE:To support the advancement of the arts and sciences, social institutions, law, education and religion. INTERESTS: Anglican Churches and Organizations; Historic Preservation; Women; Housing and Shelters; Children; Blind FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $262,919 Approx. Annual Grants $20,000 S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com
  31. 31. 30 Fiscal Year End: July 31 LASKIN FOUNDATION; THE 18 Lower Village Gate, Apt. 506, Toronto ON M5P 3M1 (416) 480-0690 PURPOSE: General charitable purposes. INTERESTS:Children; Youth; Sports and Recreation; Jewish Organizations; Community Services; Health Disorders; Health Care; Performing Arts AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $175,875 Approx. Annual Grants $12,710 Fiscal Year End: December 31 LATCHAM CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE ART 7089 Yonge St., Suite 205, Thornhill ON L3T 2A7 (905) 889-7232 PURPOSE:To make donations to hospitals and homes for the aged, scholarships and community building funds. INTERESTS: Hospitals; Libraries; Children; Community Services; Seniors Residences; Poverty; Health Disorders AREA PREFERRED: Ontario FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $27,274 Approx. Annual Grants $24,600 Fiscal Year End: December 31 BERMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION; THE 230 Arnold Ave., Thornhill ON L4J 1B9 (905) 709-2353 Established 1974 in Ontario SOURCE OF FUNDS: Berman Family members. PURPOSE: To receive and maintain a fund to be used for charitable and educational purposes. INTERESTS:· Jewish Organizations; Universities; Children; Seniors; Physically Disabled; Mentally Disabled AREA PREFERRED: Canada-wide and Israel FINANCIAL DATA: Approx. Total Assets: $57,982 Approx. Annual Grants $545,950 Fiscal Year End: December 31 LEVY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION; THE SAMUEL AND ROSE 91 Scollard Street, Toronto ON M5R 1G4 PURPOSE: S.W.A.T. - PROVIDING FREE AGENCY SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO JOB SEEKERS www.swatjobs.com Tel: (905) 785-2988 ~ Fax: 905-785-2877 ~ swatjobs@home.com

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