Now Available! Funding Registry!
The new funding registry was created to help us keep our donor advisors, as well as, our staff informed of the funding needs you may have within your charitable organization.
Tell us about a project or program you are facilitating and we will ensure to help inform donors of the financial need associated.
This is not to guarantee that you will receive funding, however, it will help us to keep the community and potential donors informed of the many charitable initiatives happening here within Elgin County.
If you have questions please contact the staff at (519) 637-8230. We are happy to help.
2023 Grant Portal is Closed
Plus, don't forget to check out our registry above!
GREAT-EST NEEDS FUND
Using local data to help support the communities most greatest needs.
According to the Aylmer-St. Thomas Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) plan Elgin County's greatest needs are:
Education and Skills Development
Affordable Housing and Housing Security
Mental Health and Well-Being
Substance Abuse and Addiction
The data from this report will guide the granting decisions made. Click here to view the CSWB plan.
DUTTON DUNWICH-WEST ELGIN COMMUNITY FUND
Making a Difference
Annual grants will be given to charitable initiatives throughout the communities within Dutton Dunwich-West Elgin. Investing for a better today, tomorrow and forever.
EVANS TREE FUND
Tree Planting Projects
Established by the estate of Donna Vera Bushell, the Evans Tree Fund will support tree planting projects in Elgin County and St. Thomas. Donna loved trees and strongly believed in the many environmental benefits they provided. This fund will allow a variety of trees to be planted for many years to come.
MCGREGOR MORRIS FUND
Funding Art in Public Places
Grants are to support the purchase of art which will be permanently displayed in a public space within Elgin County.
2001 LONDON ALLIANCE CANADA SUMMER GAMES FUND
Harnessing the Power of Sport to Build Healthier and Stronger Communities
Grants will be given to amateur sports initiatives that help to promote and educate the benefits of physical health.
SOUTHWOLD COMMUNITY FUND
Investing in Your Own Backyard
Grants will be awarded to charities within Southwold Township annually. Building a more resilient community for today, tomorrow and forever.