2017 Lifetime Volunteer Recipients Congratulations to our Volunteers! Community foundations on the path towards Reconciliation

What is the Foundation?

The Brant Community Foundation acts as a catalyst for donors by managing permanent funds and providing grants to charities in Brantford and Brant County. We are the trusted Administrator for the City of Brantford's annual $750,000 City Grants.

Why Choose Us?

The Brant Community Foundation provides you with an opportunity to make a lasting difference in your community and to help shape its future through donations which support various charities.

Ways to Give

The Brant Community Foundation accepts donations to any established fund, such as community funds, in-memoriam funds, and funds benefiting seniors, youth, and the environment, among others.

We bring donors to the table as community builders

We have a broad view of our community and its needs

We are committed to long-term investments to support our community

Our goal is to be an integral and vital organization involved in all facets of our community.
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What's happening at the Foundation

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Congratulations to 2017 Lifetime Volunte...

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS – 2017 Mary Welsh, Geronimo Henry and Walter Gretzky were honoured as the 2017 recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Awards for Outstanding Volunteerism. These awards recognize exceptional service to the community...

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Congratulations to our Volunteers

Every year, the Ontario government honours volunteers who give their precious time to charities and service clubs.  The awards are for continuous service starting at 5 years and going up in 5-year increments.  It...

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Community foundations on the path toward...

This month Community Foundations of Canada is sharing stories, ideas and examples of Reconciliation in action to highlight the many ways community philanthropy is involved in strengthening the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples,...

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