Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association, Tobermory
A grant received to support the Fall Forest Festival, Lindsay Tract Trails, September 2016

Community Foundation Grey Bruce

We build community assets and champion philanthropy
Permanent endowments and other philanthropic funds are vital community resources now and for the future. We are passionate champions of philanthropy and engage donors young and old and from all walks of life and traditions. Our donors work with us to find the best ways possible to participate, learn and serve their communities while meeting their charitable goals.
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Community Foundations in Canada

What is a Community Foundation?

Canada's community foundations are a national network of public foundations created by and for urban and rural communities to provide lasting support for local priorities. Community foundations are recognized sources of knowledge about local issues and are trusted for their ability to expertly manage donors' funds. Community foundations are one of Canada's largest grantmakers.

Canada's first community foundation was established in Winnipeg in 1921.Today there are more then 160 community foundations across Canada, offering a variety of ways to make a personal difference through philanthropic giving and providing support specific to individual communities.

Each community foundation is autonomous, but they are linked and supported by Community Foundations of Canada, their national membership organization. To learn more about Community Foundations of Canada and its role, click here.

All Community Foundations have 3 special features:



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