Toronto Kiwanis Grants

The Toronto Kiwanis Foundation annually provides funds to many organizations to support their work with children and youth in the community.  See our list of projects from 2015-16. 

Organizations funded in the past few years include:

Access Community Fund
Aktion Club
Art Heart
Arts for Children & Youth
Bahamas Hurricane Relief
Broad Reach
Business In the Streets
Camp Maple Leaf
Canadian Roots Exchange
CARD
Cecil Community Centre
The Children's Breakfast Clubs (Greater Toronto)
Circle K
Community Living Toronto
Concerned Kids
Creating Together
Delisle Youth Services
Distress Centre
Eliminate Project

Emily's House
Famous People Players
Faskins/Merit Awards
Food for the Poor Canada
Hammer Band
Jack Douglas Memorial Scholarship
Kiwanis Aktion Clubs
Kiwanis East York
Kiwanis Music Festival
Lake Scugog Camp
Nazareth House
New Circles Community Services
Pinehurst Club
Project Canoe
Regent Park School of Music
Scarborough Arts
Scarborough Women's Centre
Scholarships
Scouts Canada Haliburton Club

Silent Voice Canada
Sleeping Children Around the World
Speech and Stuttering Institute
STEPS
The Teresa Group
Three To Be
Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club
Toronto Science Fair
Toronto Youth Development
Transforming Faces
TROOP Program
UNICEF Nepal
Valley Park Go Green Cricket Field
Woodgreen Red Door Shelter
Youth Unlimited

 


Appeal Program for 2017 - Apply for Funding

Because 2017 is our Centennial year, Kiwanis Toronto is having an ambitious, one-time only approach to grant applications. We are awarding 100 grants to 100 charitable organizations helping children and youth in Toronto - each with a value of $2500.  Also eligible will be programs from Toronto-based charities that help indigenous youth or that are helping children in the developing world.  Those applicants who are successful and receive a 2017 grant will then be eligible to apply for the Community Achievement Award valued at $40,000.