The Community Foundation of Halton North (CFHN) is different in that its donors and local volunteers direct long term funds annually into the community, providing care-free philanthropy fexible enough for all charities. “It’s For Good For Ever, when we can give together”.

On June 4th they held their 2024 Showcase where they announced the grant recipients for the year and it’s a great list focusing on Mental Health, Arts and Food Security CFHN has been providing grants to charities in Milton and Halton Hills since 2015. With a current endowment of almost $5 million, CFHN has granted over $1.7 million in its very short history. CFHN is one of over 200 Community Foundations serving Canadian communities from coast to coast to coast.

The Re:Soul Youth Centre was one of the many Milton grant recipients this year. “We are very grateful for
CFHN’s investment in us, which in turn is an investment in our youth and community. We don’t just invest in youth because they are our future. We invest in youth because they matter today.” Said Michael Burns from the Centre. Re:Soul Youth Centre is Milton’s only dedicated youth drop-in centre, they serve youth from grades 6-12. Absolutely everyone is welcome and all their drop-in services are free.

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Over a dozen other local organizations received grants including Townsend Smith Foundation, ROCK (Reach Out Centre for Kids), Khi Community and many more.


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