Durham, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge

2010-2011

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November 1 deadline

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

151 Chadburn Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets Sponsoring Committee
$47,700 over one year to renovate the exterior of the 151 Squadron headquarters, which will allow the organization to continue to deliver programming for youth in the Durham region.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Durham
$86,000 over two years to ensure the sustainability of the organization through hiring a fundraising and development coordinator for two years.

Bobcaygeon Curling Club and Recreational Facility
$99,500 over one year to replace the ice refrigeration plant, which will ensure continued enjoyment of the sport of curling in the community.

Brighton Soccer Club, as lead organization on this collaborative
$100,000 over one year to purchase lighting equipment to install at the newly renovated soccer field, which will allow the Club to increase the number of local soccer teams it supports and the number of games that can be played weekly in the evening hours.

Cannington Business Association
$13,600 over one year to purchase kicksleds, a storage facility, signage and a tent, which will enhance the annual Dog Sled Races and Winter Festival in Cannington and encourage increased participation.

Durham Tamil Association
$14,800 over one year to purchase office, sports and display equipment, which will enhance the organization's programming and enable increased participation in its activities.

Feed the Need in Durham
$13,300 over one year to purchase a used, outdoor propane forklift and a security system for the food distribution warehouse. These will enable the organization to operate more efficiently while providing a much-needed service to a growing membership.

Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association, as lead organization on this collaborative
$47,700 over two years to hire a project coordinator and make roof repairs, which will enable the collaborative to develop a demonstration site and resource centre. It will provide environmental services, expertise and education related to green development, conservation, land stewardship and economic development.

Kawartha Heritage Conservancy, as lead organization on this collaborative
$146,000 over two years to hire a coordinator, conduct research and complete community consultations in order to create and launch a Carbon Offset Social Enterprise program in the Peterborough region.

Kawartha Nordic Ski Club Inc.
$90,000 over one year to purchase a Piston Bully trail groomer, which will enhance the Club's ability to maintain high-quality ski trails for the use of club members, competitors and day use cross-country skiers of all ages.

Kawartha World Issues Centre
$120,800 over three years to increase the number of working hours for the current coordinator position, hire a youth coordinator and pay for program costs, which will enhance the capacity of the organization and its ability to engage youth in Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes.

Kawartha Youth Orchestra
$70,500 over two years to increase opportunities for youth to develop music skills by increasing financial accessibility, purchasing instruments and increasing the profile and capacity of the organization.

Keene Lions Club, as lead organization on this collaborative
$55,600 over one year to construct a barrier-free ramp and entrance, which will improve the building's accessibility and enable increased community use of the facility by people of all abilities.

Lakefield Golden Years Club
$19,400 over one year to enhance energy efficiency by replacing all the windows. This will create a more comfortable place for people to gather for activities.

Newcastle Horticultural Society, as lead organization on this collaborative
$123,400 over one year to create a heritage garden at the Newcastle Community Hall, which will increase community use and enjoyment of this historical focal point in the village of Newcastle.

Northumberland United Way, as lead organization on this collaborative
$91,400 over two years to hire a community outreach coordinator to support Finding Hope Together, a collaborative project which aims to provide integrated services for the marginalized residents of the Greenwood Tower Inn in Port Hope.

PARD Therapeutic Riding
$121,100 over five years to purchase horses and equipment and to train instructors and volunteers at the PARD Therapeutic Riding Association in Peterborough so that the organization can better serve more riders with a range of disabilities. The grant will also enhance the organization's fundraising capacity and volunteer recruitment, making the organization more sustainable.

Peterborough Little Lake Musicfest
$44,800 over two years to hire a volunteer coordinator for the festival to enhance and expand the organization's volunteer program.

Peterborough Pop Ensemble
$26,700 over two years to fund marketing, professional development and outreach initiatives to youth and seniors, which will strengthen the Ensemble's presence in the community and enable it to reach a wider audience.

Peterborough Skeet and Trap Club
$41,000 over one year to complete accessibility-related renovations, which will make the facility physically accessible to all its members and the broader community.

Scugog Soccer Association
$7,700 over one year to renovate washroom facilities at the Scugog Soccer Clubhouse, which will improve player experience, reduce club expenses and lessen environmental impact.

Senior Citizen's Association of Peterborough
$50,800 over one year to install shuffleboard courts and horseshoe pits, and purchase recreation and kitchen equipment, which will increase opportunities for local seniors to participate in healthy social and leisure activities.

The Couchiching Conservancy, as lead organization on this collaborative
$80,200 over two years to further a collaborative community-based approach to protecting the natural heritage and species at risk on the Carden Plain in the City of Kawartha Lakes and Ramara Township. The project will promote a green, sustainable economy by holding regular forums for stakeholders, an annual nature festival and habitat stewardship projects. This grant has an impact in more than one OTF catchment area.

The Pickering Soccer Club
$116,600 over two years to launch Playing 4 Life and Volunteering 4 Life, two programs aimed to make the sport of soccer accessible to people with disabilities.

The Uxbridge Youth Centre Inc.
$109,400 over two years to provide opportunities for youth aged 10 to 19 to develop leadership skills as well as participate in skills training and social, recreational and cultural programming. Funding will also strengthen the Centre's capacity and sustainability through enhanced fundraising and policy development.

Township of Brock, as lead organization on this collaborative
$100,000 over two years to increase opportunities for physical activity for people of all abilities by developing and promoting the 40-km Beaver River Trail.

United Way of Durham Region
$119,700 over two years to hire a transition coordinator and cover the costs of a media strategy and database and website enhancements. These will help raise community awareness and support the creation of the United Way of Durham Region.

Victoria County Career Services Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$150,000 over three years to develop the Community Links (C-Links) Centre for Community-Based Projects and Social Mapping, which will facilitate community-academic collaboration. This initiative will improve the ability of not-for-profit organizations, charities, businesses and municipal government to address community-identified concerns in the City of Kawartha Lakes.

Victoria County Historical Society
$70,000 over one year to install a sprinkler system in the Olde Jail Museum in Lindsay, which will allow for full occupancy of the renovated building and enable enhanced programming and artifact preservation.

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July 1 deadline

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

Community Living Kawartha Lakes, as lead organization on this collaborative
$67,100 over two years to increase volunteer recruitment and training capacity in order to enhance the delivery of nutrition programs to students in schools across the City of Kawartha Lakes.

Community Living Peterborough, as lead organization on this collaborative
$149,100 over three years to support the organization and its three partners to create a more inclusive city for people of all ages and abilities by carrying out educational and awareness raising activities.

Conseil des organismes francophones de la région de Durhamn COFRD, as lead organization on this collaborative
$115,100 over two years to provide training and mentoring support to local Francophone groups and facilitate a community-wide strategic planning process with three other Francophone groups. With increased capacity and a shared community vision, local agencies will be able to respond to existing and emerging needs.

Four Counties Addiction Services Team Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$142,700 over two years to support the Peterborough Drug Strategy Coalition to create a comprehensive drug strategy for the region.

Haliburton County Community Co-operative Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$80,000 over three years to hire a community researcher, which will enhance the capacity of U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research to respond to the research needs of local organizations.

Janetville Pastoral Charge
$83,600 over one year to renovate the main floor at Janetville United Church to ensure barrier-free access and to support increased community use of the facility.

John Howard Society of Durham Region, as lead organization on this collaborative
$132,200 over three years to support the John Howard Society and its collaborative partners to implement a Teen Education and Mothers program (TEAM).

Kawartha Region Arts and Heritage Society
$90,000 over 30 months to hire a manager, which will increase the organization's capacity for programming, volunteer management, and fund and partnership development. This will enhance arts, culture and heritage opportunities in the City of Kawartha Lakes.

Luke's Place Support & Resource Centre for Women & Children
$150,000 over two years to increase the fundraising capacity of the organization and enhance community awareness and engagement by supporting the positions of a marketing and fund development coordinator and a volunteer coordinator.

Municipality of Highlands East, as lead organization on this collaborative
$50,000 over one year to support the 2011 Ontario Senior Games - Winterfest in Haliburton County. The games will promote physical activity and volunteerism and provide economic benefit to the community.

Newcastle Family Connection Inc.
$11,800 over one year to replace flooring and renovate storage space at the Newcastle Memorial Arena. This will provide an improved dance environment and encourage increased physical activity for children and youth.

Ontario Speed Skating Oval at Lakefield
$117,000 over one year to upgrade the driveway, walkway, perimeter fence and track to make the facility safer and more accessible to skaters of all ages.

Oshawa Lawn Bowling Club
$64,700 over one year to replace backboards and complete kitchen renovations, which will enhance safety and energy efficiency for lawn bowlers of all ages and abilities in Durham region.

Peterborough Green-Up Association, as lead organization on this collaborative
$19,100 over one year to create new activity centres and purchase a golf cart to enhance the Peterborough Children's Water Festival and make the event accessible to all volunteers.

Peterborough Social Planning Council, as lead organization on this collaborative
$116,000 over two years to create a coordinated approach to the delivery of services for those living in poverty in the Peterborough region.

Rebound Child & Youth Services Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$118,700 over two years to pilot an innovative collaborative service delivery model for youth at risk of violence in the Northumberland region.

Sunderland Ringette Association
$21,100 over two years to expand and build the sport of ringette in the Township of Brock and surrounding rural areas by providing financially accessible opportunities for girls to try and participate in the sport.

Supportive Initiative for Residents in the County of Haliburton
$20,700 over one year to construct ramps and renovate washrooms, which will provide barrier-free access for clients, volunteers and staff, and enable enhanced programming and services.

The Capitol Theatre Heritage Foundation
$91,200 over one year to repair the roof and purchase an HVAC unit, which will make the only atmospheric theatre in Ontario a more energy-efficient and sustainable part of the arts heritage in Port Hope and beyond.

The Lions Club of Peterborough
$70,000 over one year to replace the roof, install an exterior ramp and renovate the washrooms, which will enhance physical accessibility and ensure the ongoing community use of the facilility.

The Peterborough Naval Association
$76,500 over one year to complete repairs to the association's two buildings, which will enhance safety and enable continued community use.

United Way for the City of Kawartha Lakes, as lead organization on this collaborative
$96,300 over three years to hire a coordinator and support program costs, which will increase the capacity of the Safe Communities Kawartha Lakes collaborative to help reduce injury, prevent accidental deaths and promote community and public safety.

Women's Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre of Durham (WMRCC)
$195,000 over three years to enhance the ability of the organization to carry out programming for elderly immigrant and newcomer women.

Writer's Circle of Durham Region
$58,300 over two years to hire a project administrator who will assist the organization to support writers of all ages and abilities in the region by creating new writer's circles, offering training workshops and ongoing professional development opportunities.

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March 1 deadline

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

AIDS Committee of Durham Region
$174,900 over three years for a full-time volunteer coordinator to enable the organization to expand its volunteer program and enhance its capacity to provide HIV/AIDS related services in Durham Region.

Bobcaygeon Lawn Bowling Club
$37,200 over one year to upgrade bowling greens and walkways, install new windows and build a small addition, which will improve energy efficiency, safety and the quality of play. These will result in increased tournaments, members and spectators.

Bobcaygeon Senior Citizens Centre
$15,000 over one year to replace flooring, which will enhance safety and improve the shuffleboard playing surface for seniors.

Brighton Auxiliary Rescue Unit
$11,000 over one year to increase the capacity of search and rescue volunteers to respond to emergencies in the Brighton Bay area of Lake Ontario.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Durham (CMHA Durham)
$5,500 over one year to print and distribute a guidebook of services for individuals with mental health issues and their families in Durham Region.

Cobourg & District Historical Society Archives
$20,300 over two years to increase knowledge of and access to local history by facilitating student and veteran partnerships in collecting, transcribing and creating text and audio-based oral histories for public education and research.

Community Development Council Durham , as lead organization on this collaborative
$108,200 over three years for a coordinator to expand the Durham Child Nutrition Program, which will increase access to nutritious food among children and youth and contribute to increased success for students.

Durham Region Senior Games
$25,000 over two years to raise awareness of the Durham Region Senior Games Association and engage more seniors in active healthy lifestyles. The Association holds ongoing sport and recreational activities for the benefit of local seniors throughout the region.

Ennismore Curling Club
$65,000 over one year to maintain an active recreational facility and increase energy conservation by replacing the ice plant and lighting. These upgrades will make this arena used by adults and students safer and substantially reduce energy costs.

Greater Peterborough Area Economic Development Corporation , as lead organization on this collaborative
$129,100 over two years to enable a local collaborative to conduct multi-stakeholder, community-based research to create a coordinated action plan for a sustainable Peterborough.

Habitat for Humanity of Northumberland
$119,500 over two years to hire a fundraising coordinator and purchase software that will enhance the capacity of the organization to raise funds in the region. The organization will be able to increase the number of Northumberland homes it builds and to involve more volunteers in the community.

Habitat for Humanity Peterborough & District
$101,900 over two years to increase the capacity of Habitat for Humanity Peterborough to build additional homes, mobilize a higher number of volunteers and enhance overall efficiency.

Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association
$17,500 over one year to increase the organization's capacity for volunteer and donor engagement. Training, recruitment and recognition will be enhanced, enabling ongoing stewardship of the Trans Canada Trail in the City of Kawartha Lakes.

Keene Pastoral Charge - United Church Of Canada
$8,300 over one year to upgrade existing washrooms at the Keene United Church Hall to make them barrier free, ensuring the facility and its services are accessible to people of all abilities.

Lindsay Agricultural Society
$16,100 over one year to purchase portable box stalls, which will enhance the organization's capacity to organize horse shows and increase the number of spectators and use of the Lindsay Fairgrounds.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario
$46,000 over one year to improve accessibility to an historic building and related cultural programs by installing a ramp and accessible washroom at the manse in Leaskdale where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived and wrote.

Municipality of Dysart et al
$40,000 over one year to improve physical accessibility to the Dysart Arena and Community Centre by installing new doors and automatic door openers, making the facility and its programs barrier free to people of all abilities.

Municipality of Highlands East , as lead organization on this collaborative
$11,000 over one year to support the Brush with the Highlands Art Show and Sale. Additional advertising, signage and program materials will increase awareness of and participation in this unique annual event in the Haliburton Highlands.

Nature Conservancy of Canada , as lead organization on this collaborative
$149,900 over two years to hire a part-time co-coordinator for the Rice Lakes Plains Joint Initiative and support educational activities to protect the Rice Lakes Plains through better environmental stewardship.

Optimist Club of Lindsay , as lead organization on this collaborative
$150,000 over two years to support the creation of three soccer fields and an accessible community park at Wilson Fields, which will increase sports and recreation opportunities for people of all ages and abilities in Lindsay.

Oshawa Italian Recreation Club 1970
$131,300 over one year to enhance the sustainability of the organization through kitchen renovations and replacing the furnace with an energy-efficient model.

Room 217 Foundation
$55,000 over two years to hire a part-time development coordinator and support volunteer recruitment for this Port Perry organization. The Foundation uses music as a means of therapy to care for people in life-limiting situations and their caregivers.

St Paul's United Church, Warkworth
$38,900 over one year to repair exterior brickwork and increase energy savings through replacing windows, the furnace and the water tank and updating kitchen appliances. These upgrades will make the facility more efficient and comfortable for use by the community.

The Distress Centre of Durham Region Inc. , as lead organization on this collaborative
$192,400 over three years to provide a culturally sensitive crisis prevention and response service for people who are gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgendered or queer (LGBTQ) in the Durham Region.

Township of Alnwick-Haldimand
$24,600 over one year to better serve library users in the Centreton area by expanding circulation materials for various age groups and people with special needs, increasing the number of computers available for public use and establishing an early literacy station for young learners.

Township of Galway-Cavendish and Harvey , as lead organization on this collaborative
$105,000 over one year for basement renovations at Lakehurst Hall, including accessible washrooms, which will enable all members of the community to participate in activities at this well-used community facility.

Township of Minden Hills
$40,000 over one year to enhance the municipality's three key playspaces with upgrades to the tennis court surface and lighting, installation of new skate park elements and new playground equipment, ensuring safer, accessible and durable play areas for people of all ages.

Uxbridge-Scott Agricultural Society , as lead organization on this collaborative
$150,000 over one year for renovations that will create barrier free washrooms and new office space, ensuring accessibility to Elgin Park for users and visitors of all abilities.

Valentia Church and Community Centre Inc.
$13,400 over one year to reduce heating costs, improve accessibility and maintain the historic value of the Valentia Church and Community Centre by making renovations to the 125-year-old building, ensuring its sustainability as a hub of activity for local residents.

Young Women's Christian Association of Peterborough, Victoria and Haliburton
$135,800 over three years to enhance services for women by recruiting more volunteers, increasing donor support and boosting the profile of the organization in Haliburton County. Funding will also help to develop and implement a Women and Business program with the assistance of a new resource development coordinator.

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