Available Funds

Guidelines | Sustainability Fund | Organizational Effectiveness Fund | Collaboration Fund
Agricultural Fund | Revolving Capital Loan


Read the CIP Program Guidelines (PDF, 434KB) for more information.

Sustainability Fund - CLOSED

Deadline: Application deadline is May 15, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.
Funding Term: Two years (for years 2016 and 2017)
Purpose of Fund: To increase organizational sustainability and build capacity in the community. Funding is available to assist with core operating, and small capital expenses that will empower the organization to be more effective and achieve greater community impact.

Organizational Effectiveness Fund- CLOSED

Deadlines: Ongoing intake.

Funding Term: Up to one year upon allocation of funds.

Purpose of Fund: To strengthen the internal business practices of an organization. Funding is designed to proactively address specific, internal capacity needs.

Collaboration Fund- CLOSED

Deadline: Ongoing intake.

Funding Term: Up to two years upon allocation of funds.

Purpose of Fund: To assist with collective planning and implementation of initiatives and programs that are innovative in meeting a defined need within the community. The fund will support initiatives that have well-defined outcomes and lay a strong foundation for longer-term relationships that benefit all partners, the sector and community through systems transformation.

Agricultural Fund

Deadline: Applications by invitation only.

Funding Term: Up to two years.

Purpose of Fund: To continue current agricultural funding commitments that focus on increased awareness and education of Peel's agricultural community.

Revolving Capital Loan

Deadline: Interested applicants should contact

Funding Term: Loan period must not exceed three years.

Purpose of Fund: An interest-free loan program intended to support community partner integration and system improvement with large capital projects through a repayable line of credit. Since the loan program budget is revolving, applications will only be considered when unallocated funds are available for redistribution.

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