Grants Awarded - 2017

(Minimum 3 letters)

Grants awarded: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008

 
Community grants
Action-Réinsertion (Le Sac à Dos)
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Opéra de rue - Volets Création et production

This project aims to finalize the creation and production of a street opera performance. Twelve people who are or have been homeless will be introduced to opera. Various introductory workshops will mix participants and artists of various disciplines (voice, theatre, music, staging, poetry, etc.). Participants will be involved in writing, staging and performing a 25-minute opera.
Alternatives Inc.
$ 15,000
Social development
Festival des solidarités : Vivre Ensemble

The projects aims at holding a family and community festival in Montreal. Besides a festive atmosphere, it will also include conferences and workshops on, and by, the native, immigrant communities or minorities.
Alternatives: Solidarity In Action
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Le Marché des Cultures

Held at the Place de la gare Jean-Talon, our “Marché des Cultures” project is a festive food fair that brings people together. Part of Alternative’s Parc-Ex Nourricier project, our market will transform the Place de la gare Jean-Talon, in collaboration with several organizations and partners. Now an underused crossroads, the Place will be converted into a vibrant destination that will reinforce residents’ sense of belonging and pride in their neighbourhood.
Anshei Yisroel Congregation
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Centennial Youth String Orchestra

This project has the two-fold objective of outreach and engagement. Through outreach, our young musicians will offer concerts featuring Canadian and Eastern European Jewish music to educational institutions, such as schools, libraries, community centers and town halls. We will strive to educate audiences about Canada’s various Jewish musical traditions.
Association des bénévoles du CHSLD VIGI DEUX-MONTAGNES
$ 800
Social development
Se réunir pour mieux se connaître!

This project has two goals: to create connections with the children of the Académie Deux-Montagnes daycare through intergenerational activities and to deepen our understanding of our region’s Aboriginal community by meeting and connecting with members of those communities. We want to create ties within our community by twinning seniors with children during a learning activity about the Aboriginal people in our area. 
Association sportive des aveugles du Québec (ASAQ)
$ 1,000
Social development
Sport et diversité: Mini goalball

The project consists of a tour of Anglophone and Francophone schools in the Greater Montréal area to introduce sighted children to mini-goalball and, for the length of a match, give them insight into the experience of blind people. The project will promote unity among young people by teaching interpersonal communication through sport.
Atwater Library and Computer Centre
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Indigenous and non-indigenous Montrealers facilitated reading of the Truth and Reconciliation report: Building community and understanding

Our project is a guided community reading of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report. Our goal is to advance reconciliation, building personal and community connections between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Montrealers.
Bouffe-Action de Rosemont
$ 1, 600
Social development
Savourons notre identité

This project organizes a series of gatherings to raise awareness about Aboriginal culture and multiculturalism: collective kitchens with a focus on Aboriginal recipes, film viewing and discussion on the Canadian identity, and introduction to the use of Aboriginal medicinal plants. The project finds its roots in a popular, multicultural neighbourhood that is experiencing a large influx of immigrants. 
Carrefour de ressources en interculturel (CRIC)
$ 15,000
Social development
Mé-tisse ta communauté 

The “Métisse ta communauté” project seeks to break the isolation of women from cultural minorities by encouraging their participation in mixing cultural expressions and by helping them focus on their sources of pride. Women from various places, like China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, some African regions and elsewhere in the world, wear traditional clothing with pride and want to talk about it with others.
Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de Marquette
$ 15,000
Environment
H2O Canada Cleanup
 
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Canada, the Carrefour jeunesse emploi de Marquette and the Carrefour jeunesse emploi de l’Ouest de l’Île will launch a project in the territory spanning from Lachine to Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. In celebration of our 150th, we strive to inspire and mobilize young people to gain a better understanding and appreciation of their local environment so their activities will positively influence the health of our local aquatic environment, one of Canada’s greatest gifts. We believe that we can truly make a positive difference in our physical environment and in people’s attitudes and motivation to change.
Carrefour Jeunesse-emploi Montreal Centre-Ville
$ 15,000
Social development
Le Marché de l’art émergent

A group of 50 emerging Canadian artists, selected by a committee of recognized artists, will be exposing their works and selling them at affordable prices. Le Marché d’art émergent is a major exhibition installation in the public space at Square Dorchester, in the heart of the city’s business district. Temporary facilities uniting design, urban planning and architecture will house and showcase the artwork in a way that creates an immersive experience for buyers and the public.
Centre for recreational and education activities (C.A.R.E. Centre)
$ 5,000
Social development
Community Inclusion Outings Program

CARE’s Community Inclusion Outings Program provides disabled adults ages 21 and over access to community and cultural events. Attending community events and accessing public sites would be impossible for this clientele without our advocacy. Our assistance to their families provides parents and caregivers the opportunity to work or to get respite from caring for their severely disabled sons and daughters ages 21 and over. 
Centre communautaire Radisson
$ 15,000
Social development
Canada 150e- Montréal 375e: une histoire accessible pour tous et toutes!

To improve the access of CRR’s disabled members to Canada 150 and Alive375 and increase their active participation in these festivities, we decided to organize a series of special activities (12 thematic visits and the creation of a scrapbook). There will be an additional logistical and educational component to foster three levels of accessibility: to sites, to history and to technology.
Centre social d'aide aux immigrants
$ 13,850
Arts and culture
Christian Direction - Centre Innovation Jeunes
$ 4,000
Education
Agriculture from our origins 
 
Innovation Youth will build on its existing expertise in urban agriculture and on its new Canadian heritage gardens (downtown, at St. Jax Anglican Church) to create two additional green plots on Pierce Street in the Peter-McGill neighbourhood. Open to the public, these spaces totalling nearly 600 square feet will be entirely dedicated to medicinal plants, teas and flowers traditionally grown by First Nations communities.Twenty young people will be involved in the research, planting and maintenance of these gardens.
Concert'Action Lachine, (GRAME)
$ 15,000
Environment
J'embellis mon quartier pour le 150e du Canada

This project involves three activities to embellish fenced-in public areas in Saint-Pierre in a festive event marking Canada’s 150th anniversary. The activities will be conducted in partnership with committees, citizen groups or organization members that are intergenerational and cross-cultural.
Concordia Greenhouse Project
$ 10,000
Education
Seeds of Change City Farm School
 
The City Farm School (CFS) project approaches environmental education as a collective and interactive experience, by producing its own green by-products. The CFS’s core project, an 8-month internship for 36 interns creates learning spaces for innovation and allows community engagement to flourish. Over their internship, students learn about agriculture, fertility and pest management, soil science, seedling care, crop rotation, and more. 
Concordia University
$ 13,600
Education
Tillutarniit Inuit Film Festival

The FOFA Gallery is thrilled to announce that the Tillutarniit Courtyard Film Festival will be back in August! Tillutarniit is an outdoor film festival celebrating Inuit culture and curated by Isabella-Rose Weetaluktuk, an emerging Inuk curator, filmmaker and artist. Preceded by Inuit games, prizes, country food and music, film screenings will be held at sundown on August 3, 4 and 5.  Framed around the animals that are intrinsic to life in the north. 
Corporation du moulin Légaré
$ 15,000
Education
Célébrons notre histoire! 

The Corporation du Moulin Légaré, in partnership with recognized cultural organizations in the city of Saint-Eustache, wants to offer the public a program of cultural activities to commemorate and celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. As part of the 180th anniversary of Saint-Eustache’s participation in the Patriots' War, on December 14, 1837, we want to offer several historical and cultural activities about the context that led to the signing of the British North America Act and the steps that led to Confederation. 
Danse Imédia OSBL (Festival Quartiers Danses)
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Festival Quartiers Danses – Dansons la diversité canadienne

We are presenting two separate projects. The first, “La dernière ligne droite,” is an inter generational and multiethnic choreography that will bring together between 60 and 90 men and women from various communities for a contemporary dance performance in Percival-Molson Memorial Stadium. This choreography for non-dancers will present an alternate view of performance, over-training and competition. To dismantle prejudice, the accent will be placed first and foremost on human relationships to draw a touching, poetic and playful portrait of social interactions between men, between women and between the two sexes, as well as between various generations and cultures.
Écomusée de la maison du fier monde
$ 15,000
Education
Sainte-Brigide - Canada : 150 ans

The goal here is to organize activities to simultaneously celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada and of the Sainte-Brigide parish through the following activities: neighbourhood discovery workshops, guided tours, exhibitions and mediation activities. The project had multiple goals such as shining a spotlight on the historic parish of Sainte-Brigide and celebrate its 150th anniversary along with that of Canadian Confederation, raising awareness about the people, places and events in our local history by presenting them within the context of Canadian history, organizing participatory and rallying activities that will help develop a dynamic local community and increasing the sense of belonging in the neighbourhood, and in this way, improve quality of life.
Fondation du Centre Jeunesse de Montréal
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Porte-Voix 

Ascribing value to troubled youths’ voice, Porte-Voix creates opportunities for young people to express themselves and their citizenship though various artistic approaches (cinema, photography, writing, etc.). In weekly workshops, 14‒20-year-olds from different Montréal youth services establishments will develop their critical thinking skills and examine various social issues. In each centre, between 5 and 8 young people will participate in the 12-week sessions.
Fondation Écologique du Grand Montréal
$ 15,000
Environment
Groupe de recherche et d'intervention sociale de Montréal (GRIS-Montréal)
$ 4,100
Arts and culture
Témoigner pour agir: une exposition d'art et d'histoires des communautés sexuelles et de genres

Through a collaborative consultation taking place since the summer of 2016 with community groups and their members, criteria were defined for selecting works, reaching different audiences, assessing the exhibition’s reception and considering ethical issues. The exhibition will take place at the Maison de la Culture Frontenac in Montréal from November 29, 2017, to January 21, 2018, and will present various artistic productions (visual arts, plastic arts, live models, digital and multimedia arts), on the theme of testimony as a strategy for social transformation.
Infinitheatre
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Fight On!: An Epic Tale on the Settlement of the Canadian West
 
With the help of 21st century technology and the creative brilliance and mentorship of Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon of 4D Art (Cité Memoire in Old Montréal), with the collaboration of the Aboriginal writer Drew Hayden Taylor and the support of two First Nations Theatre companies (Debajehmujig and Menuentakuan First Nations Theatre Groups), Infinithéâtre’s workshop production Fight On! Part 1 will challenge the received/accepted history of the settlement and occupation of the Canadian West. As a cross-cultural historical romp and a meta-Brechtian, multi-media theatre piece, Fight On! blends comedy with tragedy to deliver a two-part adventure set in the late 19th-century Canadian prairies. 
Initiatives of Change (IofC) Canada
$ 4,180
Social development
EXERCICE DES COUVERTURES

In this project, a variety of audiences in four Montréal locations will experience the Blanket Exercise. Its goal is to raise citizens’ awareness about the dispossession Aboriginal people have experienced throughout Canadian history, starting with the arrival of the Europeans, and its past and current consequences. Participants will be invited to play the roles of the Aboriginal people, while the organizers will play the Europeans and the narrators of history. 
Jeunes musiciens du monde
$ 2,500
Education
L'histoire de Montréal: Une comédie musicale

Two grade-six groups from École Maisonneuve, with the support of their teachers and our musicians, will compose their own musical. Drawing inspiration from Montréal’s 375th anniversary and Canada’s 150th, they will write about the history of Montréal in the 20th century. The play will represent our country by looking at the important events that occurred in North America’s largest Francophone city. 
Joe Jack & John
$ 5,000
Arts and culture
Dis merci!

Dis merci is a play being presented from April 2017 to January 2018 at Espace Libre and at the Maison de la culture du Plateau-Mont-Royal. The current migrant crisis serves as a backdrop for the action, which focusses on a group of people organizing a party to welcome a family of refugees that will soon be arriving in the country. The interactions between the characters bring out some power struggles and perceptions of “the other” that are loaded with prejudice. 
Kéroul
$ 15,000
Social development
Accueil des personnes ayant une déficience.

Kéroul is working actively to make Montréal’s 375th anniversary events accessible over the course of the year. However, we see that we must get involved in the initial stages of projects and that there is a demand for improvement in welcoming people with restricted physical ability at Alive375 and at Canada’s 150th celebrations. Therefore, Kéroul is asking the Foundation of Greater Montréal for support to give a series of free training sessions on receiving people with a physical disability.
Kids Autism Network (Spectrum Productions)
$ 15,000
Health and Wellness
Voices of Autism Film Empowerment Project

Spectrum Productions provides a unique platform in video and media production for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to realize their potential through social, creative and vocational opportunities. During our film-making day camps (June-August 2017), four short films will be created that celebrate iconic moments in Canada's history. Between 60 and 80 kids aged 8 and up will be involved in all aspects of the production in front of and behind the camera. They will be inspired by themes reflecting Canada’s diversity and heritage.
L'Ancre des Jeunes
$ 15,000
Social development
S'accrocher à notre histoire 

Our project aims to offer young school drop-outs support in getting their lives together and personalized tools to help them regain interest in life, society and school. Other objectives include reinforcing their self-esteem, giving them the means to re-establish trust-based relationships with positive adults and helping them develop working methods. In French class, students will learn Canadian history.
La Bouffe du Carrefour
$ 2,000
Social development
De notre jardin à votre table

To promote healthy living habits, the organization La bouffe du Carrefour has been developing since 2016 the idea of creating a collective garden to produce its own vegetables. The goal will be to use this produce in the organization’s collective kitchen workshops and add it to the wares sold in its mobile food market. The community grants program, offered as part of the Alive375 and Canada 150 celebrations, validates the relevancy of our garden-to-table project. 
La Gang à Rambrou
$ 15,000
Education
La Maison des Grands-Parents de Villeray
$ 2,500
Social development
25 années d'engagement intergénérationnel

The MGPV is celebrating its 25th anniversary at the same time as Canada celebrates its 150th and Montréal its 375th, three inclusive and positive anniversaries for our community. To celebrate MGPV’s anniversary, we want to create together, and with the help of a known artist, a visual representation of an inclusive community that supports all its members and where everyone feels at home. 
La Société pour les arts en milieux de santé (SAMS)
$ 10,000
Arts and culture
Mémoires vives II 

In preparing for Montréal’s 375th anniversary events, the SAMS suggested last year its “Cueilleurs de mémoires” story collecting project. This artistic mediation project was funded by the FGM and inspired by 100 seniors living in healthcare establishments. These 15 mediation meetings gave rise to a work set to music by Kiya Tabassian with lyrics by Hélène Dorion. Thanks to generous support from the Community Foundations of Canada and the FGM, the SAMS had the privilege this year of orchestrating a first phase of 15 concerts to diffuse this piece. 
Les Filles électriques
$ 12,000
Arts and culture
Parade Viaduc Van Horne

For one week, the Van Horne overpass will be made into a pedestrian-only zone between Saint-Denis and Saint-Laurent. This project is sponsored by Viaduc 375 as part of Montréal’s 375th anniversary celebrations and it pays tribute to Montréal's railway heritage. Festival Phénomena will be taking advantage of the pedestrian street to organize the Phénomena parade, a fun and colourful civic and artistic event bringing together street artists, buskers, a brass band, and people in costumes, including children from the area’s three schools. The parade will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 (rain date: October 8). 
Loyola Association for the Development of Youth
$ 15,000
Education
Forum jeunesse "Aussi chez nous"

For Canada’s 150th anniversary of the Confederation, we propose a project with adolescents around the themes of multiculturalism and integration into Canadian society. The project will culminate with a forum organized by the young people at the end of the summer. They will have the opportunity to invite members of their cultural communities, as well as teachers and representatives of health institutions and government. 
Maison de jeunes de Saint-Léonard
$ 2,000
Social development
Image-In

Our youth centre offers its young users the opportunity to explore their city and community so they feel that they are part of their neighborhood. Since Saint-Léonard is a multicultural borough with a high concentration of new immigrants, we would like to help these young people feel at home where they are growing up. 
McCord Museum Foundation
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Récit numérique: La tradition orale se perpétue avec le Musée McCord 

The goal of the digital narrative workshops is to share Aboriginal stories. With a contemporary and inclusive approach and using digital technologies, this workshop will facilitate the transmission and preservation of oral histories. These videos will be shared with the following target audiences: Aboriginal peoples, museum website visitors and visitors to the BAnQ exhibition.
Missions Exeko
$ 13,200
Social development
Métissages Urbains x 150e
 
Métissages Urbains is for artists working in our common space: the streets.  Accompanied by a facilitator from Exeko, the artists co-create art pieces (painting, sound, projection, architecture…) with passersby in order to open a space of exchange and improbable encounters between all citizens. Each project stimulates our creativity, and invites us to learn and to exchange our ideas !
Montréal Urban Ecology Center
$ 14,200
Environment
La ville que nous voulons

“La ville que nous voulons”  is an opportunity to start conversations and facilitate them in public places in every borough of Montréal to talk about what citizens want and hope for in terms of a better, equitable, sustainable and human city. The city and its neighbourhoods will be celebrated in 2017, so this is our opportunity, as a community, to look to the future by making tangible gestures. 
NDG Food Depot
$ 15,000
Social development
Good Food Markets as Community Gathering Spaces
 
Our four weekly markets work with local farmers to bring healthy fresh produce to low-income neighbourhoods at affordable prices. We also offer prepared foods, music and activities. These create community spaces open to all that break down barriers across linguistic and cultural divides and build sense of belonging. Working with local partners and residents, these markets are located in targeted vulnerable areas across NDG.
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Community Council
$ 15,000
Social development
Combat des Livres NDG Reads

Combat des Livres/NDG Reads is a public literary debate competition based on the CBC competition Canada Reads/Combat des Livres. We will coordinate a series of friendly forums, each before a live audience. Votes will be taken in a game-show format, both in person at the library and online.

Petits bonheurs Diffusion culturelle
$ 10,000
Arts and culture
Festival Petits bonheurs 

Petits bonheurs presents a variety of art education activities as part of its Rendez-vous culturel des tout-petits cultural event for preschoolers. We present performances, workshops and cultural mediation projects in collaboration with several community organizations in the neighbourhood. All of these accomplishments perfectly fulfill the mission of community involvement Petits bonheurs has pursued for many years. Through our arts education activities, less-privileged families in the Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough are better included, thus increasing their sense of belonging in our community. 
Saint Pauls Anglican Church
$ 1,000
Education
St-Paul's : Celebrating a Nation 
 
Held on May 6, our annual community outreach event (the Social Tea and Entertainment) was focussed on the
150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation. Our goal was to bring together community members to celebrate the 150th and learn more about Canada. This event was run by volunteers and supported by youth. We had 13 tables: one for each province and territory. Participants were provided with a factsheet about the table’s province.
Société de développement social
$ 15,000
Social development
Destination Emploi

Over the next 18 months, we will celebrate Montréal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th anniversaries with many events and activities. These festivities will generate thousands of job opportunities perfectly fitted to the profiles of our professional reinsertion program graduates, mainly social welfare recipients or homeless people.  
Société de verdissement du Montréal métropolitain (Soverdi)
$ 9,000
Environment
Projet de verdissement du Club scientifique Canoë de béton

The project “150 trees for Montréal schools” is an initiative of the cement canoe club from the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), developed in partnership with Soverdi and the CSDM school board. The project involves planting 150 trees across the city of Montréal, and especially in CSDM schoolyards. Too often, schoolyards are paved, leaving little room for nature.  
The Museum of Jewish Montreal
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Rituels // Fragments

The goal of the “Rituals/Fragments” project is to create and explore ritualized experiences with Montréal’s Jewish cultures. The project’s first component will consist of three temporary exhibitions that involve a cultural program of vernissages, workshops, artistic performances, talks and the like. The project is aimed at local audiences from all cultures. The exhibitions will be organized according to various aspects of a ritual: public mourning during the spontaneous memorial for Leonard Cohen, the transition to Jewish adult womanhood during Bat Mitzvah, and day-to-day experiences on Saint-Laurent Boulevard.
Théâtre Aux Écuries
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Mushum

Mushum is a new theatrical genre deemed a “live documentary.” Using technology, artists Xavier Huard and Gonzalo Soldi strive to reduce the geographic and cultural space between Aboriginal peoples and Montrealers. These two groups have a common history, but few (if any) opportunities to connect. Gonzalo will travel to Aboriginal communities to technologically equip Elders, who will take part in the theatrical performance, while Xavier will guide the Elders in designing their content. 
Tous les jours
$ 14,600
Environment
Building Sustainable Communities 150
 
Our project will build community via co-organized educational and awareness-raising events to re-forge long-time historical links in our neighbourhood. By co-creating and co-curating these events with local groups who have no history of working together, we also aim to educate residents new and old about issues of social inclusion, sustainability and citizenship. Finally, we hope to kickstart new sustainable activities and renewed leadership via event-oriented partnerships in Milton Parc. Importantly, all events are co-animated.
VOX, centre de l’image contemporaine
$ 15,000
Arts and culture
Skawennati – “The Return of the Peacemaker” : a youth exposition
 
The Peacemaker Returns (working title) is a sci-fi retelling of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) confederation story. It features historical figures, such as Tekanawita, Jacques Cartier and a president addicted to Twitter! Created by Mohawk artist Skawennati, the exhibition includes a short, animation-style movie and a “museum of the future.” Together, these two elements provide young viewers with an Indigenous perspective on First Nations history and the major contributions Indigenous people can bring to the societies of tomorrow.
Youth in Motion (YIM)
$ 10,000
Education
Projet TV sur le Web Jeunes citoyens 

Youth in Motion plans on recruiting 15 young people for workshops on television show and web production (in progress). To prepare for this challenge, participants will be trained, monitored and directed by two salaried workers assigned to the project, contractual resource people and a rotation of four volunteers. Our volunteers will guide the young people through every step of producing a television show for web distribution that will address the realities they face in today’s overheated world (bullying and various clothing fashions, for example).
 
Grants oriented funds and designated
Absolu Theatre
$ 1,210
Arts and culture
Académie de danse de l'Outaouais
$ 570
Arts and culture
Académie de musique du Québec
$ 7,870
Arts and culture
Accueil Bonneau Foundation
$ 4,500
Social development
Arrière Scène, centre dramatique pour l'enfance et la jeunesse de Montérégie
$ 740
Arts and culture
Artexte
$ 970
Arts and culture
Atelier de l'Île
$ 340
Arts and culture
ATSA
$ 5,650
Arts and culture
Aylmer Museum Inc.
$ 1,530
Arts and culture
Blue Metropolis Foundation
$ 4,840
Arts and culture
Bluff Productions
$ 770
Arts and culture
Bouge de là inc.
$ 370
Arts and culture
BW Musique
$ 2,880
Arts and culture
Camp musical Père Lindsay Inc.
$ 20,000
Arts and culture
Canada World Youth
$ 4,600
Social development
Canadian Unicef Committee
$ 4,090
Social development
Cancer Research Society
$ 2,732
Health and Wellness
Carrefour d'Intercultures de Laval
$ 10,000
Social development
Carrefour de ressources en interculturel (CRIC)
$ 7,500
Social development
Centaur Foundation for the Performing Arts
$ 6,140
Arts and culture
Centraide of Greater Montreal
$ 105
Social development
Centre d'histoire de Saint-Hyacinthe inc.
$ 2,950
Arts and culture
Chants Libres, compagnie lyrique de création
$ 2,730
Arts and culture
CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation
$ 1,871
Health and Wellness
Clavecin en concert
$ 9,500
Arts and culture
Comité musique Maisonneuve Inc.
$ 2, 450
Arts and culture
Comité régional pour la protection des falaises (CRPF)
$ 1,710
Environment
Communication-jeunesse
$ 88
Education
Community Foundations of Canada / CFC
$ 1,207
Social development
Compagnie Marie Chouinard
$ 18, 440
Arts and culture
Concours musical international de Montréal
$ 5, 400
Arts and culture
Corporation Augustin-Chenier Inc.
$ 10,250
Arts and culture
Corporation de l'École des hautes études commerciales de Montréal HEC
$ 105
Education
Danse Danse Inc.
$ 2,780
Arts and culture
Dominican University College Foundation
$ 2,706
Education
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
$ 68, 225
Health and Wellness
École de cirque de Verdun
$ 1,710
Arts and culture
École de musique Abitibi-Ouest inc.
$ 2,330
Arts and culture
École nationale de l'humour (ENH)
$ 16,840
Arts and culture
Écomusée de l'Au-Delà
$ 3,250
Arts and culture
Elizabeth House Foundation
$ 450
Social development
Éloize Foundation
$ 5,000
Arts and culture
Ensemble Caprice
$ 33,890
Arts and culture
Ensemble contemporain de Montréal
$ 14,300
Arts and culture
Ensemble Les Boréades de Montréal
$ 4, 270
Arts and culture
Ensemble Musica Orbium
$ 2, 470
Arts and culture
Ensemble vocal Ganymède
$ 640
Arts and culture
Ensemble vocal Polymnie (EVP)
$ 650
Arts and culture
Espace Go
$ 5,490
Arts and culture
Espace Libre
$ 5,400
Arts and culture
Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur
$ 63,610
Arts and culture
Fondation Bouchard Inc.
$ 2,800
Education
Fondation de la Maison Québécoise du Théâtre pour l'Enfance et la Jeunesse inc.
$ 6,010
Arts and culture
Fondation des Amis du Tennis
$ 10,000
Health and Wellness
Fondation des ingénieurs municipaux du Québec
$ 5,560
Education
Fondation du Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke (CHUS)
$ 7,500
Health and Wellness
Fondation du Collège Stanislas
$ 1,740
Education
Fondation du Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec
$ 20,580
Arts and culture
Fondation du Théâtre du Nouveau Monde
$ 40,640
Arts and culture
Fondation Famijeunes Saint-Henri
$ 2,090
Social development
Fondation Madeli-Aide
$ 2,000
Education
Fondation Martin Matte
$ 4,000
Health and Wellness
Fondation Orchestre symphonique de Longueuil
$ 27,330
Arts and culture
Fondation Santé de l'Archipel
$ 50,000
Health and Wellness
Fondation santé et mieux-être Jeanne-Mance
$ 8,070
Health and Wellness
Foundation of Stars
$ 790
Health and Wellness
Foundation of the Greater Montréal
$ 21,630
Social development
Heart and Stroke Foundation
$ 1,872
Health and Wellness
I Musici De Montréal Chamber
$ 7, 180
Arts and culture
Ici par les Arts
$ 380
Arts and culture
Institut National de l'Image et du Son (INIS)
$ 9,390
Education
International Garden Festival
$ 15,500
Arts and culture
Jeunesses Musicales Canada
$ 7,040
Arts and culture
La compagnie de théâtre il va sans dire
$ 5,220
Arts and culture
La Fondation lavalloise des lettres
$ 7,530
Arts and culture
La fondation québécoise pour les enfants malades du coeur
$ 3,275
Health and Wellness
La Scène Musicale
$ 5, 140
Arts and culture
La Tablée des Chefs
$ 10,000
Education
Le Centre de Ressources sur la non-violence (C.R.N.V.) Inc.
$ 810
Social development
Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
$ 5,880
Arts and culture
Le Moulin à musique
$ 720
Arts and culture
Les Amis de Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (ABAnQ)
$ 50
Arts and culture
Les Amis de la Bibliothèque de Montréal (ABM)
$ 112
Arts and culture
Les Amis des Jardins de Métis Inc.
$ 35,780
Arts and culture
Les Disciples de Massenet
$ 1 990
Arts and culture
Les Éditions du remue-ménage
$ 1, 930
Arts and culture
Les Filles électriques
$ 2,180
Arts and culture
Les Petits Violons
$ 22,430
Arts and culture
Les œuvres des abbés Martel et Marcil
$ 2,707
Social development
Lifeline Centre
$ 2,500
Social development
MAB-Mackay Foundation
$ 10,000
Health and Wellness
Maison de l'Architecture du Québec - Monopoli
$ 340
Arts and culture
Maison des parents Bordeaux-Cartierville
$ 10,000
Social development
Maison nationale des Patriotes
$ 650
Arts and culture
Marius-Barbeau Center
$ 1,980
Arts and culture
Métiers et Traditions
$ 660
Arts and culture
Moisson Montréal
$ 12,000
Social development
Montreal Chamber Music Festival
$ 2,670
Arts and culture
Montréal Children's Choir
$ 3,820
Arts and culture
Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation
$ 25,515
Health and Wellness
Montreal Fluency Centre
$ 7,500
Health and Wellness
Montreal General Hospital Foundation
$ 25,515
Health and Wellness
Montreal Heart Institute Foundation
$ 1,030
Health and Wellness
Montreal Holocaust Museum
$ 2,480
Arts and culture
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
$ 3,500
Arts and culture
Montréal Neurological Institute and Hospital
$ 25,515
Health and Wellness
Montreal Symphony Orchestra
$ 25,000
Social development
Montreal Symphony Orchestra
$ 2,400
Arts and culture
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - Quebec Division
$ 2,500
Health and Wellness
Museum Pierre Boucher
$ 1,950
Arts and culture
National Theatre School of Canada
$ 125,360
Arts and culture
NDG Food Depot
$ 4,500
Social development
Oboro Goboro
$ 4,960
Arts and culture
Oktoécho
$ 970
Arts and culture
On Roule
$ 5,000
Health and Wellness
Opéra de Montréal
$ 105
Arts and culture
OPTICA, a centre for contemporary art
$ 1,590
Arts and culture
Orchestre métropolitain
$ 49,840
Arts and culture
Orchestre Symphonique de Drummondville
$ 16,000
Arts and culture
Orchestre symphonique de Gatineau
$ 340
Arts and culture
Orchestre symphonique des jeunes de Montréal
$ 2,780
Arts and culture
Oxfam-Québec
$ 470
Social development
Pentaèdre, quintette à vent
$ 660
Arts and culture
Persephone Productions Inc.
$ 350
Arts and culture
Placements Sports (Corporation Sports-Québec)
$ 78,220
Sport
Praxis Art actuel
$ 1,590
Arts and culture
Productions Traquen'Art inc.
$ 2,800
Arts and culture
Québec Religious Heritage Council
$ 780
Arts and culture
Queen Elizabeth Health Complex Foundation
$ 9,113
Health and Wellness
Radio communautaire francophone de Montréal - CIBL
$ 1,800
Arts and culture
Rotary Club of Montreal Welfare Fund inc.
$ 7,740
Education
Royal institution for advancement of learning McGill University
$ 5,427
Education
Royal Victoria Hospital Foundation
$ 25,515
Health and Wellness
Sail Canada
$ 1,430
Sport
SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art
$ 690
Arts and culture
Scalabrini Centre of Montreal of Refugees and Immigrants
$ 12,500
Social development
Secours Tiers-Monde Québec
$ 2,707
Social development
Segal Centre for Performing Arts
$ 89,400
Arts and culture
Share the Warmth (Québec)
$ 5,000
Social development
Société d'histoire et de généalogie du Plateau Mont-Royal
$ 5,780
Arts and culture
Société de musique contemporaine du Québec
$ 6,490
Arts and culture
Société philharmonique de Montréal
$ 40,000
Arts and culture
Société Pro Musica inc.
$ 5,400
Arts and culture
St-Mary's Hospital Foundation
$ 26,515
Health and Wellness
St. John Ambulance Society for Canada
$ 470
Health and Wellness
St. Lawrence Choir
$ 6,630
Arts and culture
Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal
$ 4,280
Arts and culture
Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal
$ 810
Arts and culture
Tangente
$ 1,190
Arts and culture
Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada
$ 6,000
Health and Wellness
The Canadian Railroad Historical Association Foundation
$ 12, 260
Arts and culture
The Canadian Red Cross Society
$ 307,500
Social development
The Chœur classique de l'Outaouais
$ 170
Arts and culture
The Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec Foundation
$ 50,000
Education
The Lighthouse, Children and Families
$ 2,960
Social development
The Montréal Chest Institute Foundation
$ 9,113
Health and Wellness
The Orchestra - Appassionata
$ 9,230
Arts and culture
The Priory School Foundation inc.
$ 2,360
Education
The Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital Foundation
$ 518,225
Health and Wellness
The Veritas Fund
$ 100,000
Education
Théâtre Aux Écuries
$ 11,130
Arts and culture
Théâtre de la Banquette arrière
$ 2,820
Arts and culture
Théâtre de la Manufacture inc.
$ 9,710
Arts and culture
Théâtre de la Ville
$ 12,050
Arts and culture
Théâtre du double signe
$3, 500
Arts and culture
Theatre of Early Music (TEM)
$ 17,050
Arts and culture
Théâtre Petit à Petit
$ 2,670
Arts and culture
Toujours ensemble
$ 25 ,270
Education
University of Montréal
$ 55,000
Education
University of Montréal
$ 20,000
Arts and culture
Vallum Society for Education in Arts & Letters
$ 7,490
Education
Vues d'Afrique
$ 5,060
Arts and culture
West Island Palliative Care Residence
$ 1,990
Health and Wellness
YMCAs of Québec Foundation
$ 1,000
Social development
 
Grants awarded: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008




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