Champlain

2010-2011

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November 1 deadline

Ratified by the Ontario Trillium Foundation Board of Directors on March 3, 2011

2332 Major Holland VC Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps
$16,300 over one year to purchase equipment in order to expand adventure programming for youth aged 12 to 18 years living in the Ottawa-east area. This program will include hiking, camping, orienteering and abseiling.

3018 Army Cadets of Orleans
$31,400 over one year to expand the organization's adventure and orienteering programs, which will provide youth aged 12 to 18 years with access to quality equipment for canoeing, hiking and camping activities that will run from May through October.

Aboriginal Experiences, Arts and Culture
$102,200 over two years to provide urban Aboriginal children and youth in the National Capital Region and the Akewsasne First Nation community with an opportunity to participate in workshops and performances that will help them develop artistic skills in dance, theatre and story-telling while building stronger connections to their cultural teachings, values and traditions.

Action et Développement Jeunesse
$51,000 over 18 months to purchase office equipment and hire staff to oversee the planning and marketing of three cultural events. These programs will showcase the various cultures and traditions of Afro-Francophone communities in Ottawa and provide a unique opportunity for young local artists to perform with professionals.

Air Cadet League of Canada - 632 Orleans Squadron
$15,000 over three months to replace a variety of aged musical instruments, which will help two youth bands improve the quality of their training and performances.

Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation
$88,000 over two years to implement fitness and healthy-living educational programs in the Algonquin community and support the after-school physical-activity programs that have a particular focus on children and youth.

Amicale des jeunes congolais du Canada, as lead organization on this collaborative
$30,000 over one year to support the second annual La Comédie de chez nous!, a stand-up comedy program for Francophone high school students from ethnocultural communities in Ottawa.

Association communautaire de Carlsbad Springs
$14,900 over six months to help purchase equipment for the multipurpose room in the newly constructed community centre. These additions will increase the association's capacity to provide a variety of recreational, social and arts programs for this primarily Francophone community in a small, semi-rural area of the National Capital Region.

Britannia Yacht Club
$15,000 over one year to promote physical activity for children and youth aged 8 to 15 years in Ottawa by helping to purchase two sail boats, a coach/safety boat and motor, and a floating dock for a junior sailing program.

Centre culturel du conseil de la vie française de Cornwall
$40,000 over one year to strengthen the organization's capacity to deliver programs and services to the Francophone community of Cornwall by hiring an executive director.

City of Pembroke, as lead organization on this collaborative
$28,000 over one year to help purchase and install an accessible splash pad at Riverside Park, which will increase access to free recreational activities during the summer for families with young children and residents of all abilities.

Cumberland Panthers Football Club
$43,700 over one year to purchase safety equipment for the organization's new program for children aged 7 and 8 years, and replace equipment that is used by youth aged 15 and 16 years. Funding will also purchase a portable storage unit to better protect and maintain all the club's equipment.

Deep River Yacht and Tennis Club
$21,200 over one year to purchase new training boats and provide additional training for coaches, which will support safe sailing programs for children and youth in this small, remote rural community.

Gloucester Skating Club
$21,600 over one year to provide the new Recreational FigureSkate Program for people of all ages, and to hire a part-time off-ice coordinator who will develop and monitor fitness/lifestyle programs for all levels of skaters to improve their abilities, reduce injuries and create an attitude of lifelong wellness.

GOYA Theatre Productions Inc.
$49,300 over one year to purchase portable studio lighting for the new Centrepointe Studio Theatre in Ottawa, which will be used principally by local performing arts groups.

Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Ottawa, as lead organization on this collaborative
$54,000 over one year to create barrier-free access to St.Thomas Woodlawn Anglican Church by adding a vertical wheelchair lift, a fully accessible washroom and improvements to the HVAC system, so that people of all abilities may continue to enjoy this popular community gathering place.

Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Ottawa, as lead organization on this collaborative
$10,000 over one year to purchase and install a two-door commercial-size refrigerator, a three-door commercial-size freezer and a stainless-steel countertop at the Westboro Region Food Bank. These upgrades will improve sanitary conditions for volunteers, enable more fresh food to be purchased and better serve the needs of 250 clients each month.

Kombite Outaouais
$30,000 over six months to support the delivery of the 2011 edition of Festival Haïti en Fête, which will be held on Petrie Island in Ottawa from July 22 - 24, 2011. Funds will enable the organization to expand publicity efforts in order to grow its audience.

Marvelville Community Club
$11,500 over six months to install a ramp and a new door to the side entrance of the club's facility in order to make the building more accessible to seniors and people with physical disabilities.

Maxville & District Chamber of Commerce, as lead organization on this collaborative
$9,000 over one year to grow the Maxville Music Festival by supporting artists' fees, increasing its promotion and enhancing the technical quality of the concerts with new lighting and sound equipment.

National Congress of Italian Canadians (National Capital District)
$15,000 over one year to maintain daily leisure and recreational activities offered by the Gruppo Anziani Italo Canadese di Ottawa to over 230 Italo-Canadian seniors living in Ottawa by helping to fund operating and program expenses while new sources of long-term funding are pursued.

Navan Curling Club Inc.
$65,700 over one year to purchase new, environmentally friendly and energy-efficient ice-making equipment for the facility, so community members can continue to enjoy this healthy form of recreation.

Nepean Lawn Bowls Incorporated
$40,800 over one year to help upgrade this recreational facility with new carpeting, underpad and a subsurface, which will enable it to continue offering its successful lawn bowling programs for seniors aged 55 years and over and expand its junior program for children aged 7 to 13 years.

One Change Foundation
$78,000 over two years to hire staff and fund travel expenses in order to build the capacity of this energy-conservation and environmental-awareness organization in Ottawa. A volunteer-management strategy that addresses recruitment, training, retention, best practices and long-term engagement strategies will be implemented and shared with other not-for-profit organizations.

Operation Come Home, as lead organization on this collaborative
$92,400 over two years to hire a coordinator for the Bottleworks social enterprise, which employs 32 youth who are homeless and at risk at a commercial recycling-and-bottle-pick-up service. The organization will then be able to expand activities into two residential Ottawa neighbourhoods and develop additional sources of revenue.

Ottawa ACORN
$43,800 over one year to implement the Ottawa Community Change Project, a grassroots initiative that aims to build community participation in the city's poverty-reduction efforts. Residents will receive leadership training and support to engage local government in addressing specific issues, such as wages, housing, education and transportation.

Ottawa Archers
$23,600 over one year to create and equip the first outdoor 90-metre target range in Ottawa that meets national and international standards, which will provide archers of all ages with new opportunities for skill development in the sport.

Ottawa Children's Festival de la Jeunesse
$90,000 over two years to develop and deliver the Children for Climate Change project, in which youth will work with artists, scientists and researchers to explore climate change through arts and science projects in their schools. Exhibitions and performances of their work will be presented at the 2011 and 2012 Ottawa International Children's Festivals.

Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Org
$150,000 over two years to hire a part-time manager and engage consultants to comprehensively review and implement changes to the organization's human-resource policies and practices, information-management systems and external communication strategies. These changes will strengthen its capacity to assist newcomers to the Ottawa area and engage the broader community in its efforts.

Ottawa Next Level Basketball Academy
$19,500 over one year to purchase training equipment and cover program costs, which will increase the capacity of this club to provide high-quality basketball training for youth aged 11 to 19 years, including girls, living in Ottawa and its surrounding rural communities.

Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation
$75,000 over one year to hire a consultant and computer programmer to help develop the Integral Healing Program, which will provide cancer patients with factual, scientifically based information on holistic approaches to health care to help them cope with the effects of treatment and improve health and well-being.

Ottawa River Institute , as lead organization on this collaborative
$80,000 over two years to develop and deliver Nature in Your Neighborhood, a pilot project in the Bonnechere River Watershed region that will promote outdoor recreation and physical activity while encouraging conservation of the natural environment.

Ottawa Young Men's & Young Women's Christian Association
$75,000 over eight months to purchase indoor play structures and physical-activity equipment for the Y Kids and Youth Zone play areas at the Metro Central Y location. Drop-in activities and structured programs will be developed to encourage active play, peer interaction and self-expression for children and youth aged 0 to 14 years.

PrevAction
$50,000 over one year to establish the Child & Youth Advocacy Centre in Cornwall by hiring a coordinator who will strengthen partnerships and engage the community, particularly youth, throughout the developmental stage of the project.

Radio communautaire Cornwall-Alexandria Inc
$108,800 over one year to ensure residents in Prescott-Russell and Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry counties have access to Francophone-community radio programming by updating the transmission and broadcasting equipment at CHOD-FM.

Réseau de développement économique et d'employabilité, as lead organization on this collaborative
$100,000 over two years to obtain a full-time coordinator who will create a structure for people in the food-production sector to meet, collaborate and strengthen the market for local produce throughout Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, Prescott-Russell and Ottawa.

Rideau Community Support Services, as lead organization on this collaborative
$52,900 over eight months to purchase new office equipment and a telephone system that will allow the organization and its partner, the Osgoode Senior Support programs, to more effectively serve the needs of seniors living in the western rural region of the City of Ottawa.

Seaway Valley Theatre Company
$42,200 over one year to improve the technical quality of performances in the Cornwall area by purchasing new theatrical lighting and additional sound equipment, which will enable more sensibly priced, amateur-musical shows to be added for the whole community to enjoy.

Services communautaires de Prescott et Russell
$12,000 over one year to hire a consultant to assist in the development of a five-year strategic plan, which will help this organization increase its capacity to respond to the changing demographics and needs of its clientele in Prescott-Russell.

The Glengarry Inter-Agency Group Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$79,900 over two years to develop the infant-literacy kit program and train community partners to distribute the kits and deliver the program throughout Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Prescott- Russell counties.

The Nation Municipality
$41,100 over six months to help purchase and install a splash pad in St-Isidore Park, which will increase opportunities for accessible and affordable physical and recreational activities for children and their families.

The Tropical Conservancy Corporation
$100,000 over two years to conserve and restore the site of the sand dune ecosystem, an ecologically sensitive habitat in Ottawa. The project will build community support and engagement for continued conservation and restoration by delivering workshops and field trips and establishing a community group called Friends of the Sand Dunes.

Tri-County Literacy Council (Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry), as lead organization on this collaborative
$50,000 over one year to support the development of a social enterprise, including the hiring of a coordinator who will explore various models and develop and implement strategic and evaluation plans to deliver the Parent as Teachers program, which engages parent-volunteers to share child-development information with parents of children aged 0 to 3 years in Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, Prescott-Russell and Akwesasne.

Union des haitiens de l'Ouaouais (UNHO)
$30,700 over one year to provide tutoring and educational support to Francophone-Haitian youth aged 13 to 18 years who are having difficulties with school work. Teachers with expertise in math, science and French will provide remedial support to the 40 youth attending the homework club in east Ottawa.

Vankleek Hill Curling Club
$40,000 over one year to help fund renovations to the club's facility, which will make the building fully accessible to seniors and people with physical disabilities. An accessible washroom and automatic doors will be added to a new addition, and a lift will be installed to provide access to the main building.

Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne
$32,400 over one year to reduce physical barriers at the organization's facility by adding fully accessible doors, a lift and a washroom. The organization will then be able to better assist police and other emergency services in meeting the immediate needs of victims of crime and tragic circumstances.

Volunteer Ottawa, as lead organization on this collaborative
$112,900 over two years to hire a part-time staff member to oversee the development of shared services for tenant groups at the organization's new 3C Centre. New programs will be developed and professional-development activities offered to emerging voluntary organizations that will benefit the not-for-profit sector.

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
$70,600 over one year to develop and pilot-test the Parenting Bundle program, an initiative that supports Aboriginal families with young children aged 0 to 6 years in the Ottawa area in reclaiming spiritual and cultural beliefs and values and using these principles to restore the traditional Aboriginal-parenting ways.

Whitewater Historical Society, as lead organization on this collaborative
$27,000 over one year to increase the capacity of the Renfrew County Museum Network by undertaking a strategic planning exercise and developing marketing tools and a website, which will help it evolve into a sustainable, vibrant and cohesive not-for-profit organization.

World Inter-Action Ottawa - Inter-Action Mondiale Ottawa
$16,500 over six months to deliver a series of hands-on workshops in which local artists and Lowertown youth will create visual- and multimedia-arts performances and exhibits to be showcased at the Awesome Arts Program and Festival in Ottawa on May 27-28, 2011.

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July 1 deadline

Ratified by the Ontario Trillium Foundation Board of Directors on October 28, 2010

100% Actifs : Activités Parascolaires
$45,000 over two years to extend the hours of the Lead Youth Program Facilitator and the Development Officer, and to increase the organization?s sustainability and capacity to provide its services to more than 200 children and youth from Hawkesbury, the Township of Champlain and East Hawkesbury.

Adventure Sports Access Group Inc.
$11,000 over one year to purchase a cargo trailer for the transportation of kayaks and other equipment so that this volunteer group can deliver its Youth Challenge Kayak Program in the Cornwall area and provide for secure storage space when the equipment is not in use.

Association des auteures et auteurs de l'Ontario français, as lead organization on this collaborative
$49,000 over six months to establish an annual francophone book fair in Casselman, highlighting local authors and publishers serving the francophone communities in Prescott-Russell.

Aultsville Fraternity Hall Association Inc.
$40,000 over one year to increase access within the building and enhance the community space in the rural community of Ingleside by renovating the washrooms and kitchen.

Baobab Tree Drum Dance Community
$10,000 over one year to provide the necessary tools for a social marketing campaign that will increase this Ottawa-based organization's class registrations and revenue potential.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa
$65,300 over three years to expand the Go Girls! program and to implement the Game On! mentorship program for children and youth aged 9 to 14 in order to encourage greater participation of boys and girls in physical activity, healthy eating choices and positive self-image. OTF funding will help provide after-school programs in both French and English across the city of Ottawa.

Bureau des regroupements des artistes visuels de l'Ontario (BRAVO) - Est
$60,000 over two years to hire a part time project manager to increase membership, recruit and train volunteers, as well as organize visual arts exhibits in Ottawa and in Eastern Ontario that will be held during Nuit Blanche 2012.

Communauté congolaise du Canada Ottawa-Gatineau
$27,500 over one year to build the capacity of the organization by providing leadership, program and financial management sessions for board members, and to reduce isolation of seniors in the Congolese Ottawa community by pairing them with youth in a mentorship program.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ottawa-Carleton Branch
$91,000 over two years to increase the capacity of front-line staff working in employment support programs in 10 organizations to effectively respond to severe mental illness client needs.

Canadian Parents Of Murdered Children and Survivors of Homicide Victims Inc.
$7,100 over six months to purchase office and computer equipment to increase the organization's administrative capacity to coordinate community based support for survivors of homicide victims in Ottawa.

Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Foundation, as lead organization on this collaborative
$25,000 over one year to develop a comprehensive fund development strategy and increase volunteer capacity to raise a $1million endowment The Unforgettables Fund (TUF). Funds raised will allow TUF to provide families facing significant financial hardship because of a child's prolonged illness to be able to provide a dignified funeral for their lost child.

Cobden Agricultural Society, as lead organization on this collaborative
$14,800 over six months to renovate the building space to allow the Cobden Farmers' Market to extend its operating season to include winter and to increase the number of local vendors able to display and market local products in this rural community.

Concours international de labour et Exposition rurale 2011
$30,000 over one year to create and distribute agricultural educational activity kits for use by francophone students throughout Prescott-Russell, as part of career exploration events which will be integrated into the 2011 International Plow Match.

Coopérative de Travail Maintenance 1A Plus
$70,400 over one year to support the initial start-up and operating costs of an Ottawa-based workers' cooperative that would employ 10 immigrant workers in the janitorial sector. With the support of a full-time marketing and part-time office manager, the group will be able to establish a highly professional and environmentally friendly company that provides equitable working conditions to its member employees.

Eastern Ontario Local Food Cooperative Inc.
$108,000 over two years to support the newly-developed food cooperative by hiring a coordinator, webmaster and programmer who will upgrade the website, promote the cooperative along with the benefits of eating seasonally and locally, strengthen relationships with local farmers and processors, schools and restaurants, promote agri-tourism, recruit volunteers and provide training opportunities for farmers and the general public.

Ecojustice Canada Society
$102,200 over two years to support the provision of pro-bono environmental law services in Ottawa, assist organizations with effective environmental protection campaigns, and deliver legal toolkit sessions for aboriginal, francophone, rural and youth groups.

Ecology Ottawa
$100,000 over two years to support the Building Community Power project which will encourage Ottawans to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the Green Energy Act, particularly the feed-in-tariff, via community awareness and outreach campaigns about green energy.

Friends of Hospice Ottawa
$92,500 over 30 months to develop and implement new electronic data management and client assessment programs that will allow the organization to improve service coordination, volunteer management and identification of emerging needs for frail and vulnerable adults across west Ottawa.

Friends Of The Summerstown Trails (FOTST)
$15,000 over six months to purchase the necessary equipment for the grooming of skiing trails for use by the general public in the Summerstown area of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

GCGC Gymnastics
$9,400 over one year to purchase and install a Tumble Track that will enable the organization to work with older children in the delivery of their tumbling program in Ottawa and area.

Glengarry Historical Society: Pioneer Museum
$40,000 over two years to complete the digitization of the museum's collection by paying for additional hours for the curator and collections assistant.

Gloucester Griffins Junior Lacrosse Club
$7,400 over one year to purchase protective equipment which will increase the safety of players participating in lacrosse in the Ottawa area.

Groupe ADEP (Anti-Délinquance En Poésie)
$30,000 over one year to enhance the capacity of the group to conduct poetry workshops for francophone youth in Ottawa. A part time administrative coordinator will be hired, and a media lab equipped with computers and audio equipment.

Groupe Convex Prescott-Russell Inc.
$50,000 over one year to establish a recycling hub in Hawkesbury to service Prescott-Russell. A coordinator will be hired to implement the business plan, build the client base and develop a program to raise awareness about waste management and the environment. The recycling hub will operate as a social enterprise.

Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley
$25,000 over one year to increase sales at the ReStore by expanding the space available to sell used construction materials, furniture and appliances. An increase in revenues generated will result in a greater number of homes built in Cornwall and area.

House of Lazarus, Matilda Resource Center Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$110,000 over two years to support All Things Food/Bouffe 360 in Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry by hiring a coordinator who will deliver programs that promote local food economies, increased access to healthy food and preservation of traditional knowledge and skills.

Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Ottawa, as lead organization on this collaborative
$49,700 over one year to install a vertical lift at this well-used community facility in Kanata that will provide interior access between the upper and lower levels of the building for individuals with limited mobility.

Jewish Family Services of Ottawa
$65,400 over two years to continue providing the StreetSmarts initiative, a successful outreach program that involves former street-involved people in providing front line support, referrals, advocacy, and basic necessities to homeless people in Ottawa.

Just Kiddin' Theatre
$100,000 over two years to hire a full time executive director and to increase the group's capacity to provide artistic activities for youth in Metcalfe and surrounding rural areas of Ottawa.

Kanata Music Association
$4,000 over one year to purchase new sheet music and provide this community choral society with the ability to offer more varied concert programming throughout the year. The new scores will be loaned to other choral groups in the region upon request and availability.

Kenyon Agricultural Society
$13,000 over six months to increase the accessibility to this community facility for all residents of Metcalfe and area.

KidActive - Healthy Kids, Communities & Outdoors, as lead organization on this collaborative
$145,700 over two years to develop a strategic plan for the Physical Activity Network (PAN-RC), consolidate and expand the network's partnerships and programs across Renfrew County. OTF funding is to hire a program coordinator for the PAN-RC program.

La friperie de Hawkesbury
$6,000 over one year to purchase new equipment that will increase the efficiency of community services to low income families and individuals in the Hawkesbury area.

Munster United Church
$6,200 over one year to create a fully accessible washroom that will increase access to recreational, cultural and social events at this well-used community facility.

Omamiwinini Pimadjwowin
$25,800 over one year to increase the capacity of the Algonquin Way Cultural Centre & Museum on Golden Lake Reserve. Funding will improve its cataloguing systems, enable computer and office equipment purchases that will improve administrative effectiveness in delivering a variety of cultural programs to the Algonquin community and to the centre's visitors.

Ottawa Chamber Orchestra
$50,000 over three years to help the orchestra re-establish the Concerto Competition for young Chamber Musicians, increase audience attendance and the quality of performances, as well as reduce the barriers to participation for members by supporting the use of a centrally located rehearsal facility in Ottawa.

Ottawa Family Cinema Foundation
$89,600 over one year to bring the cinema's movie projection capabilities up to date, ensuring continued community access to new and classic family films in current digital formats, including digital 3-D films.

Ottawa Gymnastics Centre
$59,600 over one year to replace 50-year old lighting and air conditioning units with an energy efficient and cost effective system in order to provide a safe space for gymnastics programs, while reducing operating costs for this well used community sports facility.

Ottawa Independent Living Resource Centre (OILRC)
$33,100 over one year to install automatic door openers at the office, washrooms and community room, as well as to create an accessible washroom adjacent to the community room to make the facility fully wheelchair accessible for staff, volunteers and clients.

Ottawa Wolves RFC
$3,000 over six months to provide the necessary training equipment for this Ottawa-based rugby club.

Petawawa Heritage Society
$16,600 over one year to install solar lighting system and fixtures that will provide environmentally friendly electrical power to seven heritage buildings which will increase the site's hours of operations and expand off-season programming.

Pink Triangle Services
$26,400 over one year to develop a comprehensive online service directory that would allow trans gender and transsexual people living in Ottawa to have easier access to quality services and serve as a reference guide for professionals within the health, legal, housing and other sectors. The project would also build awareness and education around the particular needs of the local trans community.

Renfrew County and District Aboriginal Friendship Centre
$13,100 over six months to make the facility wheelchair accessible, allowing all members of the Algonquin community living off-reserve to access services and programs offered by the centre located in Petawawa.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 353 - Eganville
$8,100 over one year to install automatic door openers at this well-used community facility to provide barrier-free access for individuals with limited mobility living in this rural area.

Rwanda Social Services and Family Counseling
$31,000 over one year to provide peer support programs for Ottawa women who have witnessed genocide in Rwanda. With the assistance of trained Rwandan social workers and volunteers who are survivors, participants will have a safe environment where they can share their experiences and directly engage with trauma counselors.

Scouts Canada, 32nd Ottawa Group
$14,700 over one year to purchase quality camping equipment and canoes that will enhance existing outdoor recreational activities and create new opportunities for outdoor programming for children and youth aged five to 16 in Ottawa-Centre.

Sri Lanka Organization for Culture and Arts
$4,400 over one year to increase the capacity of this Ottawa-based organization and provide opportunities for the general public to share in the rich cultural tradition of the Sri Lanka community.

St. Mary's Parish
$15,000 over one year to replace the 45-year old inefficient oil fired boiler with a high efficiency natural gas unit that will ensure continued use of this well used community facility by residents of Williamstown and surrounding area.

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County Library Board
$20,000 over six months to equip the new Ingleside library with shelving and furniture, to increase community use of the facility.

The Council on Aging of Ottawa / Le Conseil sur le Vieillissement d'Ottawa
$144,200 over three years to engage seniors and mobilize community stakeholders in a joint effort to make Ottawa an Age-Friendly Community in accordance with the guidelines set out by the World Health Organization and the principles of Age Friendly Communities Canada. Action plans will be implemented in areas identified as priorities.

Victoria's Quilts Canada
$40,000 over two years to increase participation in the organization's Youth Volunteer Initiative, which will grow the group's capacity to respond to growing demand for handmade quilts for cancer patients in Ottawa and surrounding areas.

Volunteer Ottawa
$115,700 over two years to implement an innovative youth volunteer initiative that will actively engage young people of all abilities and cultures in promoting volunteer activity among their peer groups. Funding will foster stimulating volunteer opportunities for Ottawa youth between the ages of 16 to 24. New creative communication tools will be developed by youth and used to reach out to young people who traditionally would not be involved in their community.

Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation
$15,000 over one year to ensure access from the affordable housing units to the community support centre in Williamsburg by constructing a walkway, and to support the development of a community garden.

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March 1 deadline

Ratified by the Ontario Trillium Foundation Board of Directors on June 28, 2010

2nd Orleans Scouting Group
$11,000 over one year to purchase tents, orienteering equipment and camping gear which will enhance outdoor activities for children in the Orleans area.

Association française des propriétaires de boisés de l'Est de l'Ontario inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$45,000 over one year to build the capacity of the environment sector in Prescott-Russell by engaging community members particularly youth, enhancing conservation activities and strengthening the network of environmental organizations.

Bereaved Families of Ontario - Cornwall
$11,500 over one year to increase the organization's capacity to deliver quality programs and services by purchasing furnishings for their new, more visible location.

Boy Scouts of Canada, 1st Manotick Group
$7,200 over one year to purchase and install storage containers for the group's canoes and camping gear. The centralized storage facility will increase the group's capacity to manage equipment, extend the useful life of the gear by providing protection from the elements, and facilitate the coordination of equipment loans with other Scout groups.

Brave-Hearts Riding Club
$14,900 over one year to increase the organization's capacity to deliver therapeutic horseback riding lessons to children with special needs by purchasing a round pen, composting toilet, shelter and fencing. The organization is located in Apple Hill and serves the communities within Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

CALACS francophone d'Ottawa
$126,000 over two years to continue delivering two successful preventive programs in the area of violence against children and youth at francophone elementary and secondary schools. Funding would support coordinator salary, some training of the program facilitators and operating expenses related to the delivery of both programs.

Canton de Hawkesbury Est
$30,000 over one year to renovate this gathering space in Ste-Anne-de-Prescott. The funded renovations will improve community-based structured and unstructured physical activity for the general population in this rural area.

Centre de services Guigues
$15,000 over eight months to develop a plan to strengthen the organization's ability to be responsive to needs of francophone seniors living in Ottawa.

Centre Pauline-Charron
$76,000 over two years to improve, expand and diversify recreational activities for francophone seniors living in Ottawa and to build the capacity of this francophone seniors' centre through volunteer recruitment and training, promotion and fundraising strategies.

Chevaliers de Colomb, Conseil de l'Ascension 9952 , as lead organization on this collaborative
$14,600 over six months for seven sets of mobile soccer goals for use by the 480 players aged 5 to 17 of Le club soccer Pro17 in Hawkesbury and Alfred-Plantagenet.

City of Pembroke
$15,000 over one year to repave the accessible portion of the parking lot and entrance laneway at the local public library. This area will clearly be defined with accessibility signs, painted lines and a handicap symbol designation to provide full access to the facility to individuals with limited mobility.

Club Powers
$18,000 over one year to purchase and install a fire alarm, which will ensure the continued availability of this popular community space in Rockland.

Community Resource Centre (Killaloe) Inc.
$93,500 over one year to renovate this multi-purpose community centre in the Village of Killaloe. Funding will help make the entrance and washroom wheelchair accessible, replace the aged furnace with an energy efficient heating system, as well as create a kitchen area to provide residents of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards with more social services, cultural, artistic and recreational programs.

Conseil économique et social d'Ottawa-Carleton , as lead organization on this collaborative
$33,700 over eight months to hire a part-time person to actively engage members of the francophone immigrant and visible minority communities. Funding will be used to identify current gaps in child welfare services and support the local Children's Aid Society in its efforts to effectively respond to needs of francophone immigrant families.

Coopérative Enseignants Pas A' Pas Incorporée
$59,500 over three years to hire a part-time person to coordinate the volunteer involvement of qualified teachers from various ethnospecific communities in Projet DEBOUT, a mentoring and leadership initiative that fosters academic achievement and positive life choices among francophone ethnocultural youth. Through one-on-one weekly tutoring and involvement in a summer leadership camp, youth will have opportunities to improve their academic achievement and explore alternative life choices.

Deep River Curling and Squash Club Inc.
$12,800 over one year to replace old and unreliable control panel for the compressor and brine pump, replace circuit breaker panel for the electrical room, and to install an ammonia leak warning system in the refrigeration room to ensure that residents of this remote rural community will continue to benefit from healthy physical activities at this well-used facility.

Fraternité (Alexandria) inc.
$47,000 over one year to improve access to the building by replacing the ramp to the front entrance, and to ensure the building remains operational by replacing the leaking roof.

Galerie SAW Gallery
$15,000 over six months for a state-of-the-art sound system and to add HD video capability to the SAW Club presentation space. The funds will meet the needs of artists better and maintain affordable access to the facility for the Ottawa community.

L'Amalgame des arts de la langue française et du théâtre
$10,400 over one year to purchase equipment that will build the capacity of the organization to enhance and expand programs in Cornwall and area including theatre, improvisation, reading and writing sessions.

L'Ancienne prison de L'Orignal Old Jail
$24,000 over one year to enhance the use of the Old Jail courtyard as a performing arts venue. Funds will be used to purchase a mobile stage, lighting and sound equipment, as well as tables, chairs and a tent to accommodate artists and spectators from the community of l'Orignal and surrounding areas.

La Coopérative Franco-Présence Inc.
$50,000 over one year to establish a new cultural space in the Ottawa region that will showcase the rich artistic contribution of Francophone ethnocultural artists and groups from the area.

Odawa Judo Club
$27,000 over one year to increase participation of children and youth aged 7 to 16 in judo programs by purchasing equipment, training volunteers and hosting a regional tournament in Ottawa.

Ottawa Fusion Volleyball Club
$15,000 over one year to purchase equipment that will allow the club to offer and expand its after-school volleyball programs for children and youth aged 6 to 18.

Ottawa Safe Communities Network
$36,900 over one year to support a part-time staff position and cover operating costs so that the organization can continue providing workplace safety programs and increase awareness of safety issues, especially among young workers.

Ottawa Spring Football League
$40,000 over one year to purchase football equipment, which will improve the safety of 250 to 300 children participating in an inner-city recreational football league in Ottawa.

Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre , as lead organization on this collaborative
$154,400 over three years to hire a full-time community developer to coordinate the United Neighbours project, an initiative to develop safe and healthy communities in Ottawa's west-end. Local residents and community stakeholders in nine neighbourhoods will identify and implement action plans focusing on crime prevention, youth engagement, neighbourhood beautification and improved communications among culturally diverse communities.

Pirouette Rhythmic Gymnastics Club
$11,300 over one year to increase safety and quality of the sport through purchase of a rhythmic gymnastics carpet for recently expanded recreational programs for children and youth aged 5 to 18 living in the Barrhaven area of Ottawa.

Propeller Dance
$150,000 over three years to increase the organizational capacity of this unique mixed ability dance company established in Ottawa and to support the development of touring to schools and community facilities in the region.

Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre
$25,100 over two years to strengthen organizational capacity and governance, recruit volunteers, as well as build an audience for a permanent annual series of public performances in the art of puppetry that will serve the community of Orleans.

RCL Branch 638 - Kanata
$21,200 over one year to repair the roof of this community facility so that it may continue to support local organizations and provide them with an inexpensive meeting place.

Renfrew County Community Futures Development Corporation
$62,100 over one year to develop a comprehensive strategic plan to support economic development of Renfrew County and help stimulate job creation in the emerging creative sector. Funding will also help provide educational opportunities including technology workshops to foster improved skill development closely linked to the Creative Economy sector.

Renfrew County Community Futures Development Corporation , as lead organization on this collaborative
$131,600 over two years to pilot a youth entrepreneurship program including summer enterprise camps. The grant will provide children and youth (aged 9 to 21+) living in rural areas of the Champlain region with exposure to new career opportunities, entrepreneurship skills and attitudes.

Réseau de développement économique et d'employabilité , as lead organization on this collaborative
$64,200 over two years to stem the regional exodus of youth and to facilitate the settlement of post-secondary graduates in rural areas by developing the Place aux jeunes/Make Way for Youth program in Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry.

Roberts/Smart Centre, as lead organization on this collaborative
$44,600 over two years to implement a diversified physical fitness and life skills program for adolescents at risk aged 12 to 16 living in Ottawa. Funding will help increase physical activity levels through creative options such as yoga, hip hop dance, relaxation, swimming and weight training, as well as provide opportunities for youth to become co-leaders and positive role models for their peers in subsequent programming.

Scouts Canada, 8th Orleans Group
$13,800 over one year to purchase tents and canoes, which will increase the group's capacity to offer safe outdoor recreational programs to children and youth in the Orleans area.

SERENITY RENEWAL FOR FAMILIES CORPORATION
$45,000 over one year to sustain the First Steps program, a counseling service that helps individuals as well as family members understand the emotional upheaval they are experiencing, especially as a result of addictive behaviour. With the assistance of trained counselors, individuals are able to more clearly identify their needs and are guided to appropriate support and counseling resources.

Sierra Youth Coalition
$164,400 over three years to conduct a 360 degree evaluation of the Sustainable High Schools program while continuing to work with schools on youth-led sustainability projects in Ottawa. The evaluation project will result in the development of a model of youth-centric project evaluation that will be shared with organizations that engage youth.

South Nation River Conservation Authority , as lead organization on this collaborative
$100,000 over two years to develop the Private Woodlot Advisory Program / Programme de ressources pour les boisés privés with the goal of promoting the sustainable management of existing forest cover and the establishment of additional forest cover in Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, Prescott-Russell and Ottawa. In addition to the forest cover, the collaborative will improve the overall health, diversity and productivity of the forest to ensure the local forest-based economy remains strong.

STRIDE Assistance for the Disabled Inc.
$15,000 over eight months to purchase a delivery van used to pick up donated health equipment and to deliver refurbished equipment to people in need in the Ottawa area.

The Gloucester Community Concert Band / L'Orchestre Communautaire de Gloucester Inc.
$22,600 over one year for workshops, storage equipment and to purchase music equipment, which will enhance the orchestra's repertoire, increase community performances, develop volunteer musician membership in Ottawa, as well as improve the organization's management capacity.

The Ottawa Art Gallery
$90,000 over two years to establish the Exhibition Connection program that will reach out to the culturally diverse visual artists from the Ottawa region and provide students with opportunities to appreciate the varied artistic styles from these communities.

Township of Head, Clara and Maria
$30,800 over six months to purchase and install playground equipment at the municipal park in Mackey to increase access to outdoor physical activity for young children. An outdoor pavilion will also be constructed to provide a recreational space for all residents living in this remote rural community.

Township of North Stormont
$30,000 over one year to increase revenue-generating opportunities through advertising by purchasing a rink board system and laminate coverings for the newly-constructed covered outdoor rink in Moose Creek. The grant will enhance this community-based space and promote physical activity for people of all ages and abilities.

Township of South Stormont
$30,000 over one year to remove the physical barriers from the Friendly Circle Seniors Centre in Long Sault by installing a new entrance door with an automatic opener and constructing a barrier-free universal washroom.

Tucker House Renewal Centre
$157,600 over three years to create a more environmentally-friendly and sustainable building by completing green retrofits, and to share the learnings with the community by developing and delivering on-site sustainability tours and workshops for organizations, businesses, schools and residents in Prescott-Russell and Ottawa.

Tumblers Gymnastics Centre
$62,400 over two years to purchase specialized training and safety equipment, provide additional training for all coaches, as well as to expand daytime gymnastics programs for children and youth including those with special needs living in Orleans and surrounding areas.

Valley Harmonizers Senior Barbershop Chorus
$8,800 over one year to purchase formal stage costumes and provide additional musical training that will improve the quality of performances and increase the capacity of this grass-root seniors chorus to provide entertainment in small rural communities across the Renfrew County.

Vankleek Hill Farmers' Market
$7,300 over one year to provide outdoor shelters for the farmers' market in this rural community by purchasing canopies. This funding will help improve a gathering place that in turn promotes locally produced foods, arts and crafts.

Victims of Violence Canadian Centre For Missing Children
$6,700 over six months to purchase a new computer and colour printer that will allow the organization to continue producing thousands of Child Identification Kits and posters of missing children. By making this material available, the organization is able to promote child safety and support families in their efforts to find children who have disappeared.

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health , as lead organization on this collaborative
$142,700 over two years to hire a full-time coordinator to enhance the volunteer programs at Wabano Health Centre and Aboriginal Youth Non-Profit Housing (Tewegan). The initiative will focus on recruiting from within the aboriginal community, providing opportunities for volunteers to gain transferable work skills and become role models, especially for aboriginal youth.

Watson's Mill Manotick Inc.
$25,000 over one year to create a long-term exhibition on Watson's Mill and the industrial revolution, with specific reference to Ottawa during this important era.

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