The Halton Region Community Investment Fund (HRCIF) provides funding to non-profit social service and community health programs that support the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents. This includes a stream of funding targeted to programs that address food security. There are three categories providing more than $2.3 million in annual funding. Read the 2017 Impact Report (PDF file) to learn about HRCIF’s impact in the community.
- Category One: supports social service and community health programs aligned with HRCIF funding priorities for short-term, small capital and/or innovative projects. Grants are for one year and up to $30,000. Non-profit, charitable and unincorporated community organizations may apply. Application closed.
- Category Two: supports social service and community health programs aligned with HRCIF funding priorities with up to three years of program funding. Applicants must be a registered charity to apply. Application closed.
- Category Three: supports programs that enhance food security. Proposals that demonstrate a collaborative or innovative approach will be given priority. Non-profit and/or charitable organizations may apply. Application closed.
The proposal call for 2018 funding closed in December 2017. Please sign up for updates on the Halton Region Community Investment Fund, including the next call for proposals, scheduled for fall 2018.