Federal government’s Emergency Community Support Fund launches in Hamilton
Hamilton Community Foundation and United Way Halton & Hamilton will flow more than $2.3 million for local charities supporting COVID-19 response. Read the full media release here.
Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund
Hamilton Community Foundation is activating the Emergency Community Support Fund in partnership with the United Way Hamilton Halton. Read more and apply here. You may also choose to apply through the United Way Halton & Hamilton, by clicking here.
Half-million dollar donation supports local pandemic relief efforts
The Paletta family, known for its long and extensive local philanthropy, have announced a donation of $500,000 to support local pandemic relief efforts. Read more here.
COVID-19: Message from Hamilton Public Health on assessment centres
Important information about what you should do if you think you need to be tested for COVID-19 here.
Covid-19: Office closure announcement
Effective Monday, March 16, HCF staff will be working remotely. While our physical office space is closed, please feel free to contact our staff by phone or e-mail as usual. If you had a meeting scheduled here or with any of our team, they will be in contact with you directly to make alternative arrangements.
In Conversation with Hugh Segal
Join us March 4 for an evening with Hugh Segal, former senator and Chief of Staff for two prime ministers. We’ll discuss how to end poverty in Canada with a focus on universal basic income. Read more and register here.
Gentrification in Hamilton: A Vital Signs chat
Join us February 28 for coffee, snacks and a discussion about gentrification and what it means for the city as a whole and for neighbourhoods like Crown Point. Register here.
Investment Readiness Program
The Investment Readiness Program (IRP) is a new funding opportunity for social purpose organizations to help launch, design, measure and scale their organization or project to get ready to access social financing. The deadline for this round is February 10, 2020. Read more here.
Once upon a time in Hamilton: A Vital Signs chat
Join us December 6 for a discussion about the film industry in Hamilton. Details here.
Vital Signs: Mental health and addiction
Join us October 10 for a presentation and panel discuss about new data on mental health and addiction in Hamilton. Register here.