Ontario funding – Therapy
President’s Choice Charities
- Phone: Toll Free 866-996-9918
- Email: email@example.com
- President’s Choice Children’s Charity is dedicated to helping children who are physically or developmentally challenged.
- We provide direct financial assistance in the purchase of mobility equipment, environmental modifications, physical therapy and more.
Jennifer Ashleigh Foundation
- Web: www.jenniferashleigh.org
- Phone: 905-852-1799
- The Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity assists children who are seriously ill, have a permanent disability, are 21 years of age or under and whose permanent residence is in Ontario.
- Family income impacts on assistance decisions.
- The Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity helps with:
- Emergency financial relief
- Specially adapted computer equipment and software
- Educational programs, materials, instruction
- Recreation that promotes a child’s involvement in the community
- Web: www.childrenfirstgrants.ca
- School Choice Trust is Canada's first privately funded program to help families improve their educational choices.
- Children First offers tuition assistance grants, so that parents who could not otherwise afford it can choose an independent elementary school.
- Children First grants are worth 50% of tuition, up to an annual maximum of $4,000.
- Details on the website.
Royal Canadian Legion
- Phone: 905-841-7999
- Benevolent Funds provide financial assistance to ex-servicemen and women in need and to their dependents.
- In accordance with the General By-laws of The Royal Canadian Legion, the need may be for shelter, food, fuel, clothing, prescription medicine or necessary transportation.
- Both the Provincial and Dominion Commands normally limit the amount of financial assistance that they will approve at their respective levels to $500.00 per request for Provincial Commands and $1000.00 for Dominion Command.
- Any ex-serviceman or woman or dependant in need of financial assistance is eligible to apply.
- Applicants must undergo a financial means test and, if requested, provide proof of debt and justification for any claimed monthly expenses which are unusual or higher than average.
How to apply:
- Submit application for financial assistance to the local Branch level or to a service related fund (CFPAF, RCNBF, etc.)
Rotary Club of Toronto Charitable Foundation
- Web: www.rotarytoronto.com
- Phone: 416-363-0604
- Funds programs in the City of Toronto which benefit children and youth in the areas of health, education, child abuse, and neglect, social development and life enrichment.
- Also funds community programs for the homeless, disabled, and seniors.
- Web: www.lionsclubs.org
- Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) funding is provided in the form of grants to Lions districts in support of Lions projects.