Our mission is to help non-profit organizations in Canada achieve their goals by providing access to funding through grants. As a leading cloud solutions and services provider, we understand the challenges that non-profits face in transforming their operations and securing the funding they need to make a difference in their communities. That’s why we’ve created Social Impact, a program designed to help non-profits obtain funding so that they can invest in tools that will make a lasting impact on their clients.
Discover the funding opportunities available to your non-profit organization and access the grants you need to invest in digital solutions that create lasting impact. Below, you can view the opportunities we’ve identified, and with our expertise, you can prepare successful grant applications to help your organization thrive. To uncover a wide range of grant options and determine your eligibility, book a quick contact session with us.
The percentage of children and youth experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety has doubled during the pandemic. Eating disorders and substance use have been on the rise. Young people across the country have been impacted by school closures and the lack of in-person connection with friends, mentors and loved ones. Charities offering innovative solutions to promote youth mental health and build community will help to meet the needs facing young people today and build their capacity to thrive in the future.
Today’s youth have come of age during a time of rapid climate change, and they have the most at stake in how society responds to it. Climate change brings economic and environmental challenges as well as opportunities, and youth who understand the issues will be better prepared to act and respond with innovative solutions. Charities offering creative approaches to climate education and action will help youth to build skills and knowledge and to be inspired to address the urgency of the climate crisis.
Non-profits can secure a $100,000 grant for one year or choose a $200,000 grant spanning two years, contingent on meeting milestone progress.
To USA, Canada, and International nonprofit and non-governmental organizations to address urgent social issues. Applicants must complete an eligibility quiz and submit a preliminary application prior to submitting a full proposal. Funding is intended for projects and activities within the focus areas of economic empowerment, education, and crisis response. Eligible programs benefit underserved populations and leverage technology to enhance the effectiveness of services.
There is a funding amount of up to $75,000 to support underserved communities.
These grants are specifically designed to support nonprofits in executing strategic and transformative projects that have the potential to substantially enhance their impact, efficiency, or long-term sustainability. The funding is intended to assist organizations in implementing capacity-building initiatives in two key areas:
These grants provide financial support for nonprofits to engage project consultants who will assist in developing various types of plans, such as strategic plans, business plans, feasibility plans, and technology plans. These planning initiatives are essential for guiding organizations towards achieving their objectives and maximizing their potential.
Funding is also available for high-impact technology initiatives that can significantly improve an organization's efficiency, effectiveness, and overall sustainability. Eligible projects may include the development of front and back-end office systems, performance measurement systems, online functionality, financial accounting systems, inventory management systems, point-of-sale systems, and other crucial business systems.
The grant funding supports proposed project budgets of $100,000 or more. These substantial funding opportunities aim to ensure the successful execution of transformative projects that can drive significant positive change within nonprofit organizations.
This grant aims to support programs that foster collaboration among service providers to reduce fragmentation within the mental health system. The ultimate goal is to achieve integration not only within the mental health system but also between the mental health and general health systems. The funding initiative prioritizes programs that offer unique services and do not duplicate the efforts of other organizations.
We are committed to supporting organizations and programs that meet the following criteria:
The grant program offers funding in the range of $10,000 to $100,000,
These grants are available to registered charities, nonprofit organizations, and qualified donees in Canada for initiatives that promote inclusivity. The grant program focuses on the following areas of interest:
Eligible programs aim to increase access to education and employment for underserved communities. This includes initiatives that provide reskilling, upskilling, and address the digital divide. Projects may encompass skills development, employment services, educational programming, and support to remove barriers and foster inclusivity.
Funding is available for programs that specifically address the health and education needs of high-needs children aged 13 and under. This includes culturally-informed projects that fill evidence-based gaps in the identified community. Areas of focus may include medical assessment, treatment, innovation for childhood disabilities, specialized programs to overcome impairments, and support for families.
Projects aligned with the following criteria will be considered:
To be determined based on the discretion of the funders.
We are dedicated to supporting registered charities, non-profits, and Indigenous communities that aim to lead collaboratives focused on designing and implementing systems change strategies for the benefit of youth. If you are interested in applying for this grant, please ensure that you register and contact our office staff prior to submitting your application. The funded projects should primarily benefit young people between the ages of 12 and 25 who face systemic barriers. Additionally, projects that support youth between the ages of 12 and 29 with special needs, disabilities, mental health needs, and/or addictions are also eligible.
Laying the groundwork is a crucial step in strengthening the system of services or opportunities for young people who will benefit from your collaborative efforts. Your collaborative can undertake the following activities:
Implementing strategies is the next phase of strengthening the system of services or opportunities for young people benefitting from your collaborative work. Here's what your collaborative can focus on during implementation:
You have the opportunity to receive up to $250,000 in funding to support your youth support services initiative.
We are dedicated to providing comprehensive grant application assistance to nonprofit organizations in Canada seeking funding for a wide range of projects and programs that benefit local communities. To initiate the application process, applicants are required to submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) before submitting a full grant application. Eligible programs should align with one of the following areas of focus:
Each grant program may have its specific eligibility criteria and funding priorities
The funding amount for each grant is contingent upon the available funds and the potential value of the proposed initiative to the community.The specific grant programs may vary in terms of their funding levels and guidelines.
Collaborate with us to determine the eligibility of your project or service. Tap into our expertise to enhance your grant application and increase your chances of approval.
We conduct a comprehensive analysis of your existing processes and technology, identifying areas where technology can be leveraged to maximize opportunities for your non-profit.
As a leading provider of digital transformation tools and services for non-profits across Canada, we collaborate with your team to assess how various technologies can be leveraged to meet your organization's needs and those of your funders.