Make sure you read the instructions and the following information before you begin.
A grant awarded by the Foundation is not a donation and must go towards a project and a partner who is responsible for implementing it.
In the event that your idea is eligible:
- make sure that you have a Canadian religious community or a Canadian organization who will act as an agent. Click HERE for the definition of an agent.
- make sure that the agent is aware of and accepts the responsibilities associated with this role.
Our Areas of Action
We support projects that involve evangelical work
- Training for pastoral agents
- Sound equipment fior churches, chapels, places of worship
We support projects that empower people to become agents of change and social development in their own communities.
- Technical training
- Sewing equipment
- Woodworking tools
- Gardening or farming equipment
We support projects that impart wisdom and knowledge, especially to young people in school.
- Computer equipment
- Classroom equipment (benches, tables, lab equipment, etc.)
- Addition of classroom
We support projects that create environmentally sound institutional infrastructure or other kinds of infrastructure. This area is related to many of the other areas of intervention. Projects are categorized according to the final outcome.
- Expansion or renovation of a school building or classroom
- Renovation of a parish hall or community centre
- Various repairs (roof, windows, doors)
- Sanitary infrastructure
- Lighting (solar panels)
- Renovation of a health centre
We support projects that improve access to drinking water, e.g. drilling a well, building a pump, etc.
- Wells, pumps
- Water towers, cisterns, tanks
- Water supply system
Projects intended to help sustainable development and agricultural autonomy. The ultimate purpose is to live off of the earth’s bounty with an environmentally responsible approach and help improve living conditions of many. This area of action guarantees work and food for many, helping to reduce poverty and diseases caused by malnutrition.
- Community garden
- Animal farming (cattle, pig, poultry, etc.)
- Food processing equipment (grain mill, tillers, etc.)
- Farm inputs (seeds, fertilizer, etc.)
- Material (pumps, solar panels, watering cans, etc.)
- Farming tools (shovels, rakes, hoes, etc.)
- Plantations (trees, fruit trees, etc.)
- Irrigation system (small dams, canals, well, etc.)
We support projects that satisfy basic human needs, improve quality of life or help prevent disease.
- Container delivery
- Medical equipment and supplies (medical devices, medicine, labs, etc.)
Emergencies and Disasters
We provide assistance to our partners—religious communities and NGOs— to help victims of natural disasters. The Board of Directors makes all decisions regarding financial commitments for emergency relief.