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West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation (WCEL)

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$300,000 2020 - 2023 WCEL’s Climate Law In Our Hands initiative will continue to work with community partners across BC to press local governments to ensure that global fossil fuel companies share local climate costs, and introduce the approach to Ontario. This grant will also enable WCEL to deliver a toolkit to Indigenous communities to help them estimate the costs of climate change.
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Institute for Sustainable Finance (ISF), Queen's University

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$450,000 2020 - 2023 The ISF offers sustainable finance education programs, research and support for collaboration among governments. This grant will support ISF’s Capital Mobilization Plan and Climate Finance Data Analytics Lab.
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Canada’s Climate Law Initiative (CCLI), University of British Columbia

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$450,000 2020 - 2023 The CCLI educates corporate boards on responsible governance in the era of climate change, with a focus on fiduciary responsibility and climate risk disclosure. A grant from the Foundation will support their Knowledge Mobilization and Policy Hub.
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Shift Action for Pension Wealth (MakeWay)

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$300,000 2020 - 2022 The Shift Action for Pension Wealth project will focus on creating a self-sustaining pension holder movement supporting action and accountability by pension funds on climate risk.
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Coalition for Action on Toxics

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$240,000 2020 - 2022 The Coalition for Action on Toxics will use funds from this grant to participate in the review process of the CEPA and PCPA legislations, as well as continue ongoing work on research and policy advocacy.
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Climate Caucus

Environment Net-Zero Carbon Economy
$50,000 2020 This interim grant will enable Climate Caucus — a largely volunteer group — to hire critical staff to manage its growth and development.
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Adsum Association for Women and Children

COVID-19, Healthy Communities
$50,000 2020 With this funding Adsum Association for Women and Children will provide emergency housing and support services for families who are escaping intimate partner violence and who do not have means to afford rent.
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Médecins du Monde Canada

COVID-19, Healthy Communities, Social and Economic Inclusion
$50,000 2020 Support from the Foundation will help Médecins du Monde Canada adapt their services to comply with public health guidelines, utilize COVID-19 harm reduction practices in health care for homeless populations and provide access to health care for pregnant migrant women and migrant children who would not be covered by provincial health insurance.
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Reena: The Toby and Henry Battle Development Centre

COVID-19, Healthy Communities, Social and Economic Inclusion
$50,000 2020 Funds will be used to hire a coordinator to train, motivate and implement the deployment of day-program staff to 31 group homes, serving nearly 440 individuals with developmental disabilities.