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Resilient Communities Fund aids 12 local organizations impacted by COVID-19

Bay of Quinte MPP Todd Smith made the announcement Monday at Heal with Horses on Danforth Road. – Adam Bramburger photos

Todd Smith, MPP for Bay of Quinte, announced today that 12 local organizations will share $729,400 in funding to help offset the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants are provided through the Resilient Communities Fund, of the Ontario Trillium Foundation – an agency of the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture.

“Non-profit organizations are a crucial and valued part of any community,” said Smith, making the announcement at Heal with Horses, on Danforth Road. “Countless
people rely on their services every day, and even facing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, they still
deliver. This funding will help them offset those impacts and continue supporting those who need it most.”

MPP Smith with Suzanne Latchford, of Heal with Horses, on Danforth Road, PEC.

The grant totals are as follows:
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Hastings-Prince Edward $25,400
Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward-Hastings $74,500
Heal with Horses Therapeutic Centre $39,600
Hospice Quinte $107,900
Music at Port Milford $22,000
Prince Edward County Arts Council $33,700
Prince Edward Yacht Club $132,100
Quinte Film Alternative $41,200
Quinte Rouge Paddling Club $58,500
Reaching for Rainbows $37,600
The Recreation Outreach Centre $101,100
Volunteer Information HPE $55,800

In total, the Ontario government is providing $95.8 million this year through the Resilient Communities
Fund to help 1,146 non-profit organizations across the province recover and rebuild.

The fund provides grants of up to $150,000 to eligible non-profit organizations to cover a broad and flexible range of needs, such as:
▪ Mental and physical health and wellbeing supports for staff or volunteers.
▪ Support to adapt or re-imagine program delivery and services to meet the needs of communities, employees and volunteers, incorporate new health and safety processes, or purchase new technology and personal protective equipment.
▪ Renovations and facility updates to meet the changing needs of the communities they serve.

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