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

Some examples of projects that could receive funding may involve:

  • customized educational tools and resources about accessibility and inclusion in your sector
  • promoting accessibility in daily living
  • encouraging regulatory compliance
  • public outreach programs and initiatives

Find out which projects are receiving funding.


Your organization must meet the following to be eligible:

  • is a not-for-profit organization
  • incorporated in Ontario for at least 1 year
  • able to reach an industry, sector or municipality in Ontario
  • compliant with Ontario’s accessibility laws
  • has an accountability process to administer, manage and oversee funding received
  • able to provide proof of commercial general liability insurance coverage that is at least $2 million

How to apply

We are now accepting applications.

  1. Read the program guidelines for information on eligibility and program details.
  2. Apply online through the Transfer Payment Ontario (TPON) website. Learn how to sign up for a TPON account.

Setting up an account may take up to five business days, so make sure you allow at least one week to register at least one week before starting the application process.

The deadline to apply is June 29, 2023, at 5 p.m. ET.

Contact us

If you have general questions about the EnAbling Change Program, please contact your Regional Development Advisor.

Inclusive Community Grants

The Inclusive Community Grants Program helps ensure local government and community organizations consider Ontarians of all ages and abilities at every stage of community planning and development. The Inclusive Community Grants Program funds projects that:

  • Increase accessibility to outdoor spaces to improve older adults’ and people with disabilities’ community engagement.
  • Enhance the supply of accessible and attainable housing to support older adults and people with disabilities to age in place.
  • Increase the number of inclusive communities by developing Age-Friendly Community (AFC) plans that support long term community planning to address the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.

Find out which projects are receiving funding.

How to apply

The applications for Inclusive Community Grants are now closed.

Contact us

If you have questions about the program, please contact your Regional Development Advisor.

Other funding opportunities

The Seniors Community Grant Program funds projects focused on encouraging community involvement of seniors.

You can also browse a full list of funding opportunities across different topics from the Ontario government.