For organizations that serve seniors
Grants and funding opportunities
Seniors Community Grants Program
Seniors community grants help community organizations provide opportunities for greater social inclusion, volunteerism and community engagement for older adults, from the safety of their homes or other safe environments.
Age-friendly and accessibility grants
Inclusive Community Grants
The Inclusive Community Grants program helps ensure local governments and community organizations consider Ontarians of all ages and abilities at every stage of community planning and development.
EnAbling Change Program
The EnAbling Change program provides funding to not-for-profit organizations, industry organizations and professional associations to:
- educate their stakeholders about the value and benefits of accessibility
- help support compliance with accessibility laws
- promote a culture of inclusion
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Government of Ontario funding
Find funding opportunities that are currently available across different topics from the Government of Ontario. See if you’re eligible and what you need to apply. Funding is available through the Transfer Payment Ontario system.
You can use Transfer Payment Ontario to:
- register and submit for funding
- get information about available funding opportunities
- check the status of your active submissions for funding
Learn more at ontario.ca/getfunding.
Organizations can arrange seminars in their community about seniors’ health, safety and finances. Topics include:
- fire safety for older adults
- understanding Ontario’s personal income tax, tax credits and benefits
- Estate Administration Tax
- licence renewal process for drivers 80 and older
- bone health
Seniors Liaison Committee
The Seniors Liaison Committee facilitates two-way communication between the government and Ontario’s largest seniors’ organizations on policies, programs and services.
The committee members are organizations with leadership, knowledge, expertise and connections related to issues of aging in Ontario.