1) Make sure that you meet the eligibility requirements.
Grant recipients must be one of the following:
- An organization that is registered as a charity with the CRA
- A qualified donee (such as a municipality- visit this link for more information)
- Sponsored by a qualified donee
For more information on eligibility requirements, please contact us.
2) Decide on which fund to apply to.
You may submit an application to more than one fund.
This is a general fund that provides funding for a variety of different needs including grants in the areas of social services, arts and culture, advancement of education, provision of medical services, physical fitness and amateur sports and other community services of a charitable nature, within our catchment area of Kirkland Lake to Latchford.
For Kids Sake Fund
The grants from this fund are directed to projects or organizations that provide programming to youth (18 years and younger) in in area of “community recreation” – sport, recreation, fitness, youth leadership, camping and outdoor education, playgroups, the arts and cultural activities.
Englehart & Area Community Fund
This general fund provides funding for projects and organizations falling within the geographical area of Central Temiskaming ( Including the are north of Armstrong Township and south of the north boundary of Chamberlain Township, together with neighbouring areas)
Historic Cobalt Legacy Fund
This fund provides grants for special projects which contribute to Cobalt’s heritage, cultural activities and the quality of life for its citizens.
Kirkland Lake & Area Fund
The Kirkland Lake & Area Fund is an endowed fund that grants to projects and organizations that benefit Kirkland Lake and the surrounding area. The fund was established to serve the charitable needs of communities within the geographic area of North Temiskaming.
One Foot Forward – Gordon & Greyson Zubyck Memorial Fund
The primary focus of the Gordon and Greyson Zubyck Memorial Fund (One Foot Forward) is to support various community sport organizations and groups with funding to enhance programs for young children. Programs should be following or working towards becoming compliant with the Canadian Sport for Life’s first 3 stages of athlete development supported by their National Sport Organization (NSO) and Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) guidelines.
For more information, download the Applicant Information Sheet here