Ted Rogers Community Grants enable registered charities and non-profits to support youth ages 12-29 through programs in education, health and sport, entrepreneurship, and digital literacy. This support helps empower youth in Canada to achieve their highest potential.
Grants are awarded annually to select registered charities and non-profits that provide programs to youth aged 12-29, with a focus on supporting equity-deserving communities, through one of four pillars:
Programs that directly help youth pursue post-secondary education in their field of choice or provide training and development to help youth advance their careers
Health and Sport:
Programs that provide youth with access to sports and recreation services so that they can stay active, learn how to be part of a team, and lead overall physically and mentally healthier lives
Programs that empower youth with tools, resources, networks, and mentors to bring their big ideas to life through their entrepreneurial ventures or present employment
Programs that help youth build critical digital and technological skills and/or teach awareness of cyber-safety, providing them with the necessary tools to succeed in today’s digital world
Applications are open now through August 4, apply online here. Recipients will be announced in the fall.
If you have questions about the application or eligibility criteria, please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘TRCG application Inquiry’.