Quinte, Kingston, Rideau


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November 1 deadline

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

Adolphustown-South Fredericksburgh Heritage Society 
$9,500 over one year to assist with the design and printing costs of a book about 64 local historical community members commemorated in mid-1800's frieze tiles at a local church. This project has the opportunity to teach children and youth about their ancestors and local history.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Leeds and Grenville 
$127,600 over two years to increase access to mentoring support services for children and youth in North Grenville by hiring a caseworker, opening a new satellite office in Kemptville and holding a three-day fundraising Ribfest festival.

Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area , as lead organization on this collaborative 
$150,000 over one year to install an elevator and platform lifts to enable barrier-free access to participants, community members and staff of the various programs offered throughout the Robert Meek building in Kingston.

Centre for Sustainable Watersheds, as lead organization on this collaborative 
$24,900 over one year to provide partial funding toward the salary of a project coordinator position, and cover communications materials and mileage to oversee and implement the Gananoque River Watershed Stewardship Project (GRWSP) for 2011.

Children's Mental Health Services (Serving Children and Families in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties) 
$75,000 over one year to support the development of the Building Positive Horizons Foundation. This stand-alone entity is dedicated to increasing the number of children, youth and families receiving assistance to deal with mental health issues and to reducing the stigma associated with those issues.

Hastings County Historical Society 
$34,500 over one year to purchase portable shelving to display historical artifacts on the main and lower floors of the building. This upgrade will provide a more convenient viewing opportunity to the visitors and volunteers of the society.

Hospice Prince Edward 
$64,900 over one year to enhance services through program expansion, volunteer recruitment and relationship building in the community. This will support the growth of the organization in the community.

Kingston Community Health Centres, as lead organization on this collaborative 
$63,300 over one year to pilot a consolidated housing and eviction prevention service delivery model in Greater Napanee and rural areas of Lennox and Addington.

Leeds and the 1000 Islands Historical Society 
$43,600 over one year to increase the Society's capacity to make the township's heritage collections accessible to the community, by supporting the consolidation of the archives at the Springfield House and Escott Town Hall and making the archive catalogue available via a searchable website.

Municipality of Marmora and Lake 
$66,800 over one year to provide accessible upgrades to the curling rink, allowing all community members barrier-free access to services and events held within the facility.

Napanee and District Curling Club 
$32,000 over one year to provide funds to renovate the kitchen and bar area, making the space more functional thus increasing the health and safety of the volunteers while delivering a valuable service to community members.

Northern Frontenac Community Services Corporation 
$87,400 over two years to hire a part-time project coordinator to enhance and develop programs for 975 marginalized children and youth, ages 5 to 19, living in the townships of North and Central Frontenac.

Partners in Mission Food Bank, as lead organization on this collaborative 
$32,000 over two years to contribute partial funding toward the salary of a coordinator for Loving Spoonful, a food justice organization located in Kingston, to oversee and integrate three programs and increase the organization's capacity to become self-sustaining.

Perth and District Food Bank and Friendship Centre 
$140,000 over one year to renovate the new permanent location to make it accessible and to increase the scope of community programming. A community kitchen will be installed, supporting the Food Bank's transition into a regional food centre, broadening programs to include growing, preparing and preserving healthy foods for residents of Perth and the surrounding townships.

Quinte Search and Rescue 
$70,000 over one year to replace the current search and rescue vessel with a new technologically up-to-date one. This will enable the volunteers to provide safer and more efficient service to those in need while on the water.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 137 - Lt Col Harry Babcock, Napanee 
$96,800 over one year to revitalize the aging hall through a variety of interior and exterior renovations. These improvements will provide a more comfortable and inviting facility for community members to gather.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 160 - Wellington 
$15,000 over one year to renovate the washrooms in order to make the hall a more functional space for community members to gather.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 581 - Coe Hill 
$76,400 over one year to renovate the facility, creating a barrier-free hall for all community members to convene at social and recreational gatherings.

Snow Road Snowmobile Club 
$60,000 over one year to install a ramp and an addition to the clubhouse, which will increase accessibility and improve the capacity to host events in the community of Snow Road and surrounding areas.

St. Lawrence Shakespeare Theatrical 
$28,000 over one year to hire a full-time volunteer coordinator to increase opportunities for volunteers in the community of Prescott to participate in the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival.

Township of Augusta 
$25,800 over one year to help increase physical activity for children by replacing a 20-year-old play structure with a new installation accessible to children with wheelchair mobility in the community of North Augusta.

Township of Frontenac Islands 
$4,000 over six months to do a feasibility study for converting the Howe Island School House into a community activity space available for use by local residents.

Township of Stirling-Rawdon 
$30,000 over one year to increase social and recreational opportunities for youth ages 12 to 18 by developing and implementing programs at the new youth centre after school and on weekends.

Victim Services of Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox & Addington Counties 
$97,400 over three years to fund the development of a unique program called Domestic Violence Emergency Response System (DVERS), which offers tangible and emotional support to victims of domestic violence in the Hastings, Lennox and Addington and Prince Edward counties.

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July 1 deadline

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

Art Gallery of Bancroft Inc.
$21,600 over one year to provide administrative and program support for the Street Art Project for Grades 7 and 8 students to explore the unique history of seven Bancroft street names through written assignments and visual arts projects.

Bellrock Community Hall Association Incorporated
$67,000 over one year to renovate and enhance the Bellrock Community Hall, which will increase social and recreational opportunities for residents, with a strong focus on youth.

Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area
$69,900 over one year to purchase a specialized play structure to provide safer, unstructured outdoor recreational opportunities for young members of the Boys and Girls Club in Kingston.

Brockville Country Club
$75,000 over one year to purchase an air conditioning system for the Granite Room, upgrading the existing curling rink to year-round use. This will help sustain the club's operations by retaining members, attracting new ones and creating rental revenue.

Centre for Sustainable Watersheds
$16,300 over one year to develop and implement two 60-minute, hands-on water leaders workshops to increase awareness of and participation in water conservation for 300 students in six secondary schools in Leeds and Grenville, Lanark, Frontenac and Hastings counties.

Community Living Prince Edward
$12,500 over one year to purchase and install computers and Internet capabilities in 12 area group homes. This will increase opportunities for residents to communicate with family members and allow staff to use up-to-date reporting tools.

Consecon Masonic Lodge
$3,600 over one year to purchase and install a new gas heating system for the lodge. This will reduce its heating costs and provide a more comfortable facility for all who use it.

Domino Theatre Incorporated
$101,200 over one year to purchase and install a 96-unit theatre lighting system for Domino Theatre's new home in Kingston. Better lighting will enhance the audience experience.

Friends of the Trail Inc.
$44,900 over one year to provide enhancements and upgrades to parts of the Lower Trent Trail in Frankfurt, providing community members and visitors with recreational opportunities.

Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board
$46,900 over one year to purchase library furniture and computer equipment to refurbish the Storrington and Wolfe Island Public Library branches, increasing technological services for local and surrounding community members.

Kingston Rowing Club / Aviron Kingston, as lead organization on this collaborative
$110,600 over two years to make the club manager's position full-time, provide equipment to enhance the youth program and strengthen the sustainability of the new Limestone City Dragon Boat Club programs through participant recruitment.

Lanark Health and Community Services, as lead organization on this collaborative
$62,500 over two years to improve physical activity programs targeted to older adults and to enhance training and support to leaders and volunteer fitness and program instructors through a collaborative partnership in rural north Lanark.

Lanark Health and Community Services
$19,100 over one year to offer a summer camp and literacy programs, train and certify one volunteer and two staff instructors and expand the teaching schedule. Providing unique equine experiences will promote learning opportunities and enhance the lives of people with special needs or those at risk.

Middleville Agricultural Society
$13,000 over one year to level and repair the floor and replace exterior doors and wooden windows in the old Craft Hall, a facility vital to the ongoing operation of the Middleville Agricultural Society, a heritage organization.

Mississippi Valley Textile Museum
$4,500 over one year to install monitored security alarm, fire safety and water infiltration warning systems for the protection of the building and the artifacts and to ensure the safety of visitors, volunteers and staff at this Almonte museum.

Municipality of Tweed
$75,000 over one year to purchase library furniture, computer equipment and general library equipment to enhance the new library space and services in Tweed by providing age- and ability- appropriate materials to community members.

North Hastings Community Integration Association, as lead organization on this collaborative
$131,200 over two years to hire a full-time youth coordinator to strengthen and expand the capacity of the Celebrate Youth Movement and Youth in Action projects, leading to the development and sustainability of an incorporated youth-driven organization.

Quinte Access Transportation Non-Profit Corporation
$61,800 over one year to improve transportation services by purchasing scheduling and mapping equipment, training staff and volunteers and enhancing the corporation's website to increase barrier-free access to rural residents in Hastings County.

Rideau Lakes Flying Club Inc.
$7,100 over one year to raise the existing Rideau Lakes Flying Club office building in order to build a permanent, ground-level, concrete-slab foundation, making the building safer, more energy efficient and accessible for visitors, volunteers and the community year-round.

Softball Napanee Association Inc., as lead organization on this collaborative
$78,100 over one year to renovate existing players' benches, build dugouts and a ground level pavilion with a roof. This will provide protection from the sun and stray balls for the spectators and ensure a more comfortable experience for players.

Spencerville Mill Foundation
$100,000 over one year to make structural, drainage and masonry improvements to Spencerville Mill, further reinforcing and enhancing this heritage building. Two staircases to the second floor will increase the overall display area by 50 per cent.

STAY - Successful Transitional Avenues for Youth
$85,000 over two years to hire a full-time executive director to provide support services and housing programs for marginalized youth aged 16 to 24 in Lanark County.

The Regional Hospice of Quinte Inc.
$74,200 over two years to hire a program coordinator and purchase office equipment to enhance programs offered to terminally ill patients and their caregivers in the Belleville and Quinte West area and to provide up-to-date volunteer training and maintenance strategies.

Town of Carleton Place
$15,000 over one year to create a permanent, publicly accessible labyrinth on the grounds of the Victoria School Museum for residents of all ages and abilities.

Township of Drummond-North Elmsley
$14,900 over one year to purchase two new shelving units, study tables and a circulation desk counter top to increase accessibility, provide more working space and improve overall service for users of all ages at the Perth and District Union Public Library.

Township of North Grenville
$73,700 over one year to purchase assistive technology aids for accessibility, French materials, equipment and materials for community learning and security. This will further the library's goal to provide fully accessible services to all community members.

Township of Rideau Lakes
$14,700 over one year to purchase lower shelving and accessible tables and chairs for a reading nook and the children's area at the Delta branch, and accessible seating for reading nooks in the Portland, Newboro and Elgin branches of the Township of Rideau Lakes Library System.

Young Imaginations - A creative Arts Centre
$58,400 over two years to provide a unique opportunity for more than 500 students in Hastings, Prince Edward and Frontenac counties to participate in art and drama activities while learning about Canada's rich history with a special focus on the War of 1812.

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March 1 deadline

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

Autism Society Ontario - Kingston Chapter

$68,600 over three years to enhance the capacity of the Kingston Chapter to become a hub for social, recreational and family support services for people with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families living in Frontenac County.

Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks Picton Lodge #326
$15,000 over one year to provide barrier-free access within the hall and increase the size of the space available for community events and gatherings.

Brain Injury Association Quinte District
$12,400 over one year to increase safety and accessibility for participants through renovating the washroom and installing carpeting and baseboards.

Carleton Place Canoe Club
$74,900 over one year to provide greater opportunities for people of all ages and abilities from the Town of Carleton Place and surrounding communities to participate in the sports of canoeing, kayaking and dragonboating.

Central Volunteer Bureau
$103,000 over two years to expand current volunteer and information services to not-for-profit organizations in underserviced areas in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties.

Community Living North Grenville
$141,400 over three years to build and integrate a new software system that will improve the capacity of this agency to manage its client, staff, volunteer and organizational resources with improved impact and greater efficiency.

Elgin and Area Heritage Society
$26,300 over one year to improve community access to the heritage designated Red Brick School, located in Elgin, by contributing to the ongoing revitalization of the structure.

Equine Assisted Living and Learning
$51,700 over two years to hire a part-time executive director to create and implement a three-year strategic plan, hire a CanTRA (Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association) certified instructor and create and distribute marketing materials to increase awareness of this North Hastings' organization.

Gateway Community Health Centre
$62,600 over three years to increase academic success for youth at risk through opportunities to learn instrumental jazz music in Tweed.

 Kingston Community Health Centres
  $119,400 over three years to strengthen and build the senior-run Intergenerational Program that aims, through a variety of weekly activities, to promote respect and the sharing of skills, wisdom and fun among different generations of people living in North Kingston.

Kingston Striders Speed Skating Club Inc.
$20,000 over one year to improve the Club's capacity to deliver a quality speed skating experience to people of all ages and abilities in the Kingston area.

Martha's Table Community Program
$13,100 over one year to purchase and install a replacement walk-in refrigerator in order to maintain safer, efficient food services geared to low-income and high-risk community members in Kingston.

Municipality of Centre Hastings
$15,000 over one year to provide a barrier-free entrance to the library and specialized equipment for community members in Centre Hastings.

Municipality of Hastings Highlands
$15,000 over one year to increase the capacity to deliver library services in Hastings Highlands communities by purchasing shelving, books and a study table and chairs.

North Grenville Accessible Transportation
$76,500 over one year to assist with the replacement of a bus that will allow this organization to continue providing accessible and affordable transportation to the citizens of North Grenville and surrounding area.

$99,800 over one year to revitalize Picton's Regent Theatre and increase attendance by providing local community members and tourists with a safer, barrier-free access to the building.

Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands
$14,700 over one year to maximize the traffic flow and comfort of students and lifelong learners using the Seeley's Bay library branch by providing increased and improved spaces for reading, studying, tutoring and meeting.

Wellington Auxiliary Rescue Association
$13,900 over one year to purchase safety and presentation equipment, increasing safety measures and opportunities for boaters in Wellington.

Westport Arts Council
$2,700 over one year to improve the quality of performances, help attract quality and varied talent and ultimately enhance the audience experience with the purchase of new portable sound, lighting and stage equipment.

Youth Action Kommittee of Perth and District - YAK
$68,100 over three years to hire a full-time applied arts coordinator to develop and implement a new program that will increase opportunities for community youth, especially marginalized youth at risk, to develop life and work skills through creative experiences and achieve a greater sense of purpose and personal direction.

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