The Home Depot Canada Foundation – The Orange Door Project
The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to supporting initiatives that prevent and end youth homelessness in Canada. We support youth at-risk or facing homelessness by helping them realize their full potential and build a brighter future.
As part of our commitment to continue supporting our partners through COVID-19 in their missions to prevent and end youth homelessness, The Home Depot Canada Foundation is launching our Community Impact Grant Program. This funding will provide support to Canadian registered charities that continue to offer services to youth across Canada during these challenging times. The Community Impact Grant Program provides grants of up to $10,000 for affordable housing and community based improvement projects that benefit Canadians in need.
Preference will be given to repair, renovation and/or improvement projects to housing and/or other support facilities (i.e. employment services) for homeless youth.
For more information and to apply please visit: https://grantstream.com/TheHomeDepot/form/CommunityImpactGrants/en/
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