AGAPE FOUNDATION OF LONDON

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info@agapelondon.ca

Grants Chairman
Agape Foundation of London
#503-1030 Coronation Drive
London, ON
N6G 0G5

Grants

The Agape foundation of London makes grants for start up costs both capital and operating to new organizations intending to provide services of facilities that respond to a documented need in the community.

As well, grants are made to established organizations that demostrate a need for funding of a special capital project .

Grants will also be considered for established organizations whose services will no longer be available to the community without short term funding.

The purpose of The Agape Foundations of London is to assist in the development of the London area community through grants and special awards to non-profit, charitable groups concerned with education, the arts, recreation, social services, health and the environment.

The Letters Patent of The Agape Foundation of London with the CRA dictate we can grant only to not-for-profits within London or that demonstrate a clear London connection and impact.

How to Apply for a Grant

Grant applications must be submitted three weeks in advance for consideration at the regular board meetings usually held quarterly through the year. Grant Deadline Updates are posted on this website."

Please download & complete this application.

When completed, please email in PDF format to: info@agapelondon.ca.

If a paper copy is submitted, you must provide 10 copies (for distribution to board members).

Grant History

MAY 1989 TO APRIL 1990
Hospice of London - $10,000
Hospice of London - $5,000
Rothholme Women’s And Family Shelter - $9,053
SARI - $2,000
Southwestern Ontario Shelter Association - $5,000

MAY 1990 TO APRIL 1991
The Board of Education City of London - $500
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind Ontario Division - $5,000
Committee on Abuse and Neglect of the Elderly - $1,000
The Dale Home - $12,500
Extend - A - Family - $1,000
Hospice of London - $2,000
Hospice of London - $250
Huron Church Camp - $500
London Family Court - $5,000
London International Children’s Festival - $5,000
London & Middlesex Heritage Museum - $5,000
Mission Services of London - $3,240
Ontario Track & Ski Association - $3,600
SARI - $2,000
VOCPRI - $10,000
Women’s Community House - $1,000

MAY 1991 TO APRIL 1992
Canadian Relief Fund for Chernobyl Victims in Belorussia - $3,500
Children’s Aid Society - $2,500
Children’s Aid Society - $6,000
Children’s Talent Education Centre - $1,200
Dorchester and District Lions Club - $1,000
Eastwood Branch Library - $2,040
Global Action Plan - $5,000
Learning Disabilities Association of London - $2,000
London Area Youth for Christ - $2,500
London Interfaith Counselling Centre - $5,000
Middlesex Addiction Awareness Week - $1,200
Palliative Care Volunteer Program - $2,000
READ - $4,000
SAFE - $3,500
Salvation Army Bethesda Centre - $8,000
SARI - $2,000
Senior Citizens’ Activity Centre - $1,000
Thames Valley Children’s Centre - $3,000

MAY 1992 TO APRIL 1993
Ark Aid Mission - $6,000
Campus Crusade for Christ - $2,600
Canadian Relief Fund - $2,500
Children’s Aid Society - $2,500
Fanshawe Pioneer Village - $500
Fanshawe Pioneer Village - $5,000
Grosvenor Lodge - $2,500
Hospice of London - $2,875
Kinsmen Stevens Camp - $5,000
London International Children’s Festival - $1,000
Mission Services of London - $3,000
SAFE - $1,000
SARI - $1,500
Upstream Players - $1,000
VOCPRI - $3,500
VOCPRI - $10,559

MAY 1993 TO APRIL 1994
Agape Fellowship Churches & Missions - $4,000
Ark Aid Street Mission - $4,000
Big Sisters - $5,000
Campus Crusade for Christ - $3,000
Global Action Plan - $3,000
Hospice of London - $3,500
London Area Food Bank - $2,785
The London Coalition for Bicycle Facilities - $6,000
London Electric Wheel Chair Hockey Club - $900
London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus - $3,740
London Public Library - $2,955
London Social Planning Council - $5,000
London Symphonic Chorus - $3,740
Ontario Special Olympics - $6,400
Parents of Technology Dependent Children - $5,000
SAFE - $3,000
SAFE - $2,600
University Hospital Foundation - $5,000

MAY 1994 TO APRIL 1995
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association - $1,000
Environmental Awareness - $3,000
Hospice of London - $5,163
London Area Food Bank - $3,000
London Area Youth for Christ - $2,500
London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus & Gerald Fagan Singers - $3,000
London Public Library - $3,000
Neighbourhood Link - $2,900
Ontario Special Olympics - $2,400
Parkwood Hospital Foundation - $5,616
SAFE - $4,000
Society for Learning in Retirement - $4,500
Southdale Chaplaincy - $2,500
Southdale Chaplaincy - $1,000
Teen Challenge - $3,500

MAY 1995 TO APRIL 1996
Agape Fellowship Churches & Missions - $2,500
Ark Aid Street Mission - $4,575
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association - $ 1,000
Child Reach Family Resource Centre - $5,000
Children's Aid Society - $3,000
Foundation for Gene and Cell Therapy - $500
London Second Stage Housing Corp - $7,300
London International Children's Festival - $1,500
Ontario Special Olympics - $5,900
Stevenson Children's Camp - $3,225

MAY 1996 TO APRIL 1997
Canadian Mental Health Association - $5,000
ELUCOC - $1,800
Hospice of London - $3,200
Kings College - $1,875
London Family Court - $1,800
London Second Stage Housing Corp - $7,500
Lung Association - $2,000
Mission Services of London - $5,000
Mission Services of London - $6,200
READ - $3,000
SAFE - $4,000
Street Connection - $8,000
St Robert School - $5,000
Teen Challenge - $5,000
United Way ( London Multicultural Youth Assoc ) - $2,500
United Way ( London Multicultural Youth Assoc) - $6,000
VOCPRI - $5,000
Women’s Community House - $3,200

MAY 1997 TO APRIL 1998
Agape Fellowship Churches & Missions - $400
Centre Communautaire Regional de London - $5,000
Concerns Canada - $1,000
Earth Day Canada - $2,000
ELUCOC - $6,000
London International Children’s Festival - $700
London Investment in Education Council - $12,000
London Parental Christian School Society - $1,500
Mission Services of London - $6,200
Ontario Special Olympics - $5,100
Parkwood Hospital Foundation - $5,000
VOCPRI - $5,000
Youth Action Centre - $5,200

MAY 1998 TO APRIL 1999
Alzheimer Community Support Services - $6,500
Amabile Choirs of London, Canada - $3,000
Anago - $3,700
Audio Tactile Network - $2,500
Bethany Centre - $4,000
Clothing Works - $1,500
ELUCOC - $2,425
Intercommunity Youth Program - $5,000
London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus - $1,500
The London Health Sciences Foundation - $5,000
London Interfaith Counselling Centre - $5,000
London Interfaith Counselling Centre - $ - $5,600
London Urban Services Organization - $900
The London Youth Symphony - $2,000
Parkwood Hospital Foundation - $2,450
Real Life Theatre - $2,000
SARI - $1,000
St Paul’s Cathedral - $5,000
Swap N Shop - $6,000

MAY 1999 - APRIL 2000
Agape Fellowship Churches & Missions - $2,000
Ark Aid Street Mission - $4,000
Audio Tactile Network - $3,500
Bereaved Families of Ontario - $2,500
Childreach Centre - $3,500
Life Spin - $6,000
London International Children’s Festival - $2,000
London Interfaith Counselling Centre - $5,600
London Interfaith Counselling - $2,800
London Regional Children’s Museum - $3,000
Madame Vanier Children’s Services - $3,000
Mission Services of London - $4,100
Parkwood Hospital Foundation - $4,265

MAY 2000 - APRIL 2001
Canadian Red Cross - $5,000
Child Parent Resource Institute - $5,000
Easter Seal Society - $2,500
Kidney Foundation of Canada - $6,500
London Area Youth for Christ - $2,500
London Community School Association - $3,000
London Family Court Clinic - $6,000
London Interfaith Counselling Centre - $2,680
Ontario Special Olympics - $3,200
Parkwood Hospital Foundation of London - $4,125
Stevenson Children’s Camp Foundation - $2,775

'MAY 2001 - APRIL 2002
Agape Fellowship House Churches - $1,000
Amabile Choirs of London - $3,500
Bereaved Families of Ontario - London - $3,000
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award - $5,000
Eating Disorders Foundation of Canada - $5,000
LifePaths of Ontario - $7,000
London Voluntary Sector Initiative - $2,500
London Regional Children’s Museum - $5,000

MAY 2002 - APRIL 2003
Agape Fellowship House - $2,500
The Arts Project - $2,340
Bereaved Families of Ontario - London. - $3,000
Childreach Centre - $1,000
Community Living London - $3,000
Fanshawe Pioneer Village - $3,200
Ontario Special Olympics - London - $1,900
Orchestra London Canada - $5,000
Pillar Voluntary Sector (United Way) - $2,500
VOCPRI - $5,000
Women’s Community House - $2,000

MAY 2003 - APRIL 2004
Life Spin - $8,000
London & District Distress Centre - $5,000
London Health Sciences Centre (PEPP) - $4,250
Mount Hope Fund - $1,000
Nokee Kwe Occupational Skill Development Inc - $2,000
Withdrawal Management Centre/ St Joseph’s Health Care - $5,000
Wellspring London & Region - $5,000
Women’s Community House - $5,000

MAY 2004 - APRIL 2005
Arts for All Kids - $1,500
Canadian Red Cross (London & Middlesex) - $5,000
Easter Seal Society - $4,000
Women’s Community House - $3,000

MAY 2005 - APRIL 2006
Investing in Children - $ 5,000
Royal Canadian College of Organists - $ 1,000
Art for All Kids - $ 5,350
Fanshawe Chorous London - $ 1,600
Mental Health Crisis Service - $10,176
Women’s Community House Children’s Program - $ 5,000
Palace Theatre - $ 5,000
Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre - $ 6,581
London and District Distress Centre - $ 6,000
Youth for Christ - $ 5,000
Heart-Links - $ 1,000

MAY 2006 - APRIL 2007
Lifespin - $4,000
CNIB - $10,000
Fanshawe Pioneeer Village - $3,000
St. Paul's Fellowship Centre - $18,000
Pillar Nonprofit Network - $5,000
Revelation of Truth Ministries - $3,000
Wings of Prayer Ministries - $3,000
London Community Players - $5,000
Easter Seal Society - $4,000

MAY 2007 - April 2008
City Art Centre - $3,500
Down Syndrome Research Institute - $5,000
East London United Church Outreach Cluster- $5,200
Easter Seal Society - $4,000
Friends of H.M.C.S. Haida - $5,000
Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre - $4,600
Hope's Garden - $6,000
Literacy London Incorporated - $5,000
London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus - $2,000
My Sister's Place - $5,000
St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation - $5,000
Southdale Chaplaincy Incorporated - $600
Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation - $2,000
Stevenson's Children's Camp - $5,000
Thames Valley Children's Centre - $3,500

MAY 2008 - April 2009
Children's Aid Society - $2,500
Camp Woodeden Fund - $1,500
Community Living London - $10,000
Karen Schuessler Singers - $5,000
London Community Players (Palace Theatre) - $5,000
London Youth for Christ - $5,440
Pathways Skill Development and Placement - $10,000
Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry - $10,000
Southdale Chaplaincy Incorporated - $2,000
Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation - $2,000
Women's Rural Resource Centre - $5,000

MAY 2009 - April 2010
Boys' & Girls' Club of London Foundation - $2,100
City Art Centre - $6,525
Daya Counseling Centre - $4,250
East London United Church Outreach Cluster - $5,000
Easter Seals Ontario - $4,000
Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre - $6,496
Karen Schuessler Singers - $1,500
Lifespin - $11,000
Limberlost Chaplaincy - $4,800
Pillar Nonprofit Network - $5,000
Reforest London - $1,000
SARI Therapeutic Riding - $5,000
St. Joseph's Health Care - $3,000
St. Paul's Social Services Daily Bread Program - $10,000
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame - $3,000

May 2010 - April 2011
Agape Fellowship - $1,000
ALS Society - $5,000
Ark Aid Street Mission - - $3,500
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association - - $1,000
Crouch Neighbourhood Resource Centre - $7,433
DeafBlind Ontario Services - $5,000
Hospice of London - $3,604
London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus - $2,000
London Health Sciences Foundation - Mental Health Program - $4,187
Madame Vanier Children’s Services - $6,159
Over 55 (London) Inc - $1,905
St. James Westminster Church - $2,000
St Joseph’s Health Care Foundation - Camp Woodeden - $1,000
The Hearing Foundation of Canada - Sound Sense Program - $8,000
The Sunshine Foundation of Canada - $3,750
Unity Project for Relief of Homelessness in London - $4,500
Wellspring London and Region Foundation - $3,000
Women’s Community House - $2,034
YMCA of Western Ontario - Strong Kids Proram - $5,000

May 2011 - April 2012
Children's Aid Society of London and Middlesex - $4,000.00
Dundas Street United Church - $5,000.00
Friends of Ye Old Town Hall (Alsia Craig) - $1,500.00
Good Grief Resource Centre - $2,500.00
Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity - $1,000.00
Limberlost Chaplaincy - $3,000.00
London Crisis Pregnancy Centre - $1,500.00
London Fringe Theatre Festival - $5,000.00
Rowbust Breast Cancer Survivor - $2,500.00
Sound of Faith Broadcasting - $2,000.00
South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre - $1,010.00
Thames Valley District School Board - $2,000.00
The Ausauble Community Centre - $2,500.00
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame - $1,500.00
The Forest Cliff Camps - $3,575.00
Unity Project for the Relief of Homelessness in Canada - $6,000.00

May 2012 - April 2013
Brain Tumor Foundation of London - $1,000.00
Children’s International Summer Village - $3,000.00
Crouch Neighbourhood Resource Centre - $2,500.00
Hard Core Ministries Canada - $2,000.00
Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity - $3,000.00
London Anti-Bullying Coalition - $1,500.00
London District Distress Centre - $2,500.00
London Public Library - $2,000.00
London Housing Registry - $3,200.00
South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre - $2,051.00
Saint Elizabeth Foundation - $3,000.00
Thames Valley Education Foundation - $2,500.00
Upper Thames River Conservation Authority - $2,000

May 2013 - April 2014
Aeolian Hall Musical Arts Association - $8,000
Gateway Rural Health - $6,000
Volunteer Organization of CPRI - $5,000
Saint Joseph’s Hospice - $5,000
Brio Music London at St Paul’s Cathedral - $5,000
Deaf Blind Ontario Services - $5,000
Bethany;s Hope Foundation - $5,000
London Youth For Christ - $4,000
Epilepsy London - $3,500
St. Paul’s Social Services - $3,000
London District Distress Centre - $3,000
L’Arche London - $3,000
Northwest London Resource Centre - $2,560
Rowbust Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat Race - $2,500
London Community Players - $2,500
Fanshawe Pioneer Village - $2,000
Easter Seals - $1,000

May 2014 – April 2015
ATN Access for Persons with Disabilities - $7,700
St. Stephen’s House of London - $5,875
Boys and Girls Club of London - $5,200
Forest Cliff Camps Inc - $5,000
Pillar NonProfit Network - $5,000
Daya Counselling Centre - $4,000
Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation Learning Centre - $4,000
Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre - $3,900
Life* Spin - $3,700
Maria Luisa de Moreno International Foundation - $3,440
London Housing Registry - $3,200
Ark Aid Street Mission Inc. - $3,000
Independent Living Centre London and Area - $3,000
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada - $3,000
Voice for Hearing Impaired - $2,640
The Urban League of London - $2,500
The Secrets of Radar Museum - $2,000
ReForest London - $2,000
London Community Foundation - $1,000

May 2015 – April 2016
London Health Sciences Foundation/FEMAP - $10,000
Community Living London - $7,500
Mission Services of London/Rothholme - $5,300
Forest Cliff Camps Inc - $5,000
Growing Chefs! Ontario - $5,000
Diabetes Hope Foundation - $5,000
Canadian Children's Optimist Foundation - $5,000
Family Services Thames Valley - $4,000
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association - $3,500
London Fringe Theatre Festival - $3,500
Northwest London Resource Centre - $2,500
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network - $1,500

May 2016 – April 2017
London Health Sciences Foundation/FEMAP - $10,000
Community Living London - $7,500
Mission Services of London/Rothholme - $5,300
Forest Cliff Camps - $5,000
Growing Chefs! Ontario - $5,000
Diabetes Hope Foundation - $5,000
Canadian Children’s Optimist Foundation - $5,000
Family Services Thames Valley - $4,000
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association - $3,500
London Fringe Theatre Festival - $3,500
Northwest London Resource Centre - $2,500
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network - $1,500

Total of all grants: $1,436,501.00

Oct. 12, 2017
Granting Update: The next grant application review will be held on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. Applications received prior to midnight Wednesday, January 17, 2018 will be considered at that time.