City facilities including City Hall are closed to the public. Many services will remain available, but changes have been made to reduce the need for people to leave their home to access services.
The London Community Grants Program provides more than $2 million each year to support not-for-profit organizations in our community. Funding through this program will grant funding to community organizations to advance the priorities of The City of London's Strategic Plan.
Please review the London Community Grants Council Policy for more information about the administrative procedures, appeal process, evaluation criteria, policy and metrics tool.
Applications for London Community Grants are considered under the following categories:
Multi-Year Grants are up to four (4) year agreements 2020 – 2023 with the City of London for community organizations pursuing initiatives in alignment with the City of London’s Strategic Plan.
Multi-Year Grant allocations for 2020-2023 have now been completed.
Innovation and Capital grants are an annual process with $495,543 available each year.
Innovation grants are provided to new, emerging organizations and/or initiatives that engage in dynamic community partnerships, innovative improvements to service delivery and system collaboration, and/or generate new ideas.
Capital grants are provided for projects involving construction or purchase of physical assets, including, but not limited to, land, building and associated renovation costs.
2020 Innovation and Capital allocations have now been completed.
Across Languages Translation and Interpretation Service (Remote Interpretation Ontario Change Agent Project) · Funding will support a Change Agent to implement the Remote Interpretation Ontario service. Working with community partners and service providers through training, coaching, and team sessions, front line staff across London will understand the care paths and easily be able to access different modes of interpretation at the correct time, thus transforming service delivery across several sectors. Funding allocated: $65,623