Tweed CollectiveTM is a social purpose initiative that funds community impact projects across Canada. Our partners are the Non-profits, Business Improvement Areas (BIA), and Registered Charities that are creating new pathways to Grow Opportunities, Grow Greener and Grow Connections in their communities. If your organization has a project or program that will make a positive, lasting impact on your community, we want to hear from you.
We’re proud to support charitable organizations across the country that build strong communities. See some of the amazing projects we’ve funded.
We provide grants to charitable organizations that work to change where and how we live in meaningful ways; organizations like Non-profits, Registered Charities, and Business Improvement Areas (BIA), who have big ideas on how to make their communities a better place for everyone.
Those who see potential and work hard to make real impacts happen are at the heart of every organization we support. Take a look at the invaluable work that they do.
The John Howard Society received a Tweed Collective Grow Opportunities grant to support its ‘A Step Ahead’ Program. The program provides courses and training certifications to set clients apart from other job seekers, helping them secure employment, reintegrate into the community, and delivering skilled candidates to local employers.
The Laneway Project used its Tweed Collective Grow Connections grant to fund its ‘Light up the Laneways’ Initiative. This dual-community centred revitalization project brings long-neglected laneways to life as safe, appealing, and vibrant community places.
A Tweed Collective Grow Greener grant helped Earthwise Society build its ‘Don’t Mow, Grow!’ program. This unique program partners expert organic growers with local residents to transform lawn space into productive, ecologically-beneficial food gardens that give back to local community organizations.
Interested in applying for a grant from the Tweed CollectiveTM? Our application window will close on February 20, 2020.
December 2, 2019
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