Philanthropy in Ottawa

A year into the pandemic, social services are still under strain as many of their clients continue to struggle through the pandemic.
Take-home lab kits, with necessary equipment for applied research projects, were provided to students to support remote hands-on learning for students.
Kinaxis InConcert will feature approximately 30 concerts live-streamed from stages across Canada.
As he thought about the impact he wanted to make amid the COVID-19 crisis, artist Christopher Griffin knew he could put his creative talent to use.
Shortly after joining the Bruyère Foundation's board, Colonnade BridgePort's Mark White witnessed the organization's impact first-hand.
As COVID-19 created hardships for vulnerable Ottawa residents, Joe Thottungal quickly turned to what he knew best: He started to cook.
Simon Nehme COVID-19 Design Challenge sees students compete to develop innovative solutions and prototypes to address some of the world’s post-pandemic challenges.
RBC's $200,000 gift helped ease the financial strain for Canadian artists and authors affected by the closure of performance venues and cancellation or postponements of literary events across Canada…
For more than 20 years, Farm Boy has supported the CHEO Foundation through fundraising campaigns, lottery prizes, coupon books, CHEO Bear cookies and much more.
More than 40 companies and 20 individuals step up to support mental health in Ottawa.