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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.
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The 519

COVID-19, Healthy Communities, Social and Economic Inclusion
$50,000 2020 Support from the Foundation will assist The 519 in providing trauma-informed support and resources to marginalized community members suffering from domestic and gender-based violence – especially street-involved individuals.
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Minwaashin Lodge: Indigenous Women’s Support Centre

COVID-19, Healthy Communities, Reconciliation, Social and Economic Inclusion
$30,000 2020 A grant from the Foundation will enable Minwaashin Lodge to hire additional staff for their emergency Violence Against Women shelter, and to support families residing in city hotels due to a lack of shelter space, as well as families receiving social assistance, who have not received benefit from COVID-19 related financial assistance programs.
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Family Services Ottawa

COVID-19, Healthy Communities
$30,000 2020 With this funding Family Services Ottawa will provide safe physical spaces for services related to mental health, addiction, and developmental disabilities for those high risk clients who cannot access or depend on virtual services.
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Ladysmith Family and Friends

COVID-19, Healthy Communities
$40,000 2020 This grant will support LaFF to provide online or in-person support for food or clothing needs and mental and physical health support to over 500 vulnerable families with children age 0-6 on Vancouver Island.
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Restoration and Empowerment for Social Transition Centre

COVID-19, Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$30,000 2020 A grant from the Foundation will support the Restoration and Empowerment for Social Transition Centre’s work to provide youth with remote counseling with a qualified counsellor, to help them navigate access to income supports and housing, and deal with mental health challenges.
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The Dorothy Ley Hospice

COVID-19, Healthy Communities
$30,000 2020 Grant description This grant will enable The Dorothy Ley Hospice to increase its capacity to deliver palliative services through virtual platforms – for counseling, grief, bereavement, hospice etc. It will also support a virtual remembrance ceremony to honor loved ones lost to COVID. Background of the organization: Founded in 1990, The Dorothy Ley Hospice (DLH) is a volunteer-based community service organization offering compassionate care to people living with the challenges of a life-limiting illness or loss. The DLH programs are designed to meet physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial needs, helping individuals to live life to the fullest. Their services are provided at no cost to the individual thanks to the generosity of our donors and community partners.