Application for 2021 Funding
Our 2021 application process is currently open. Deadline to submit is Friday, March 26, 2021
The United Way/Centraide of SDG is committed to funding a range of health and social services for residents of its service area. Programs include, but are not limited to, assistance for children, people at risk, people with disabilities and people in crisis.
All funding is disbursed to programs and services that fit within United Way’s three Community Impact Areas:
Moving People from Poverty to Possibility
People who lack basic necessities, are struggling to find work and can’t get ahead in life.
Helping Kids Be All They Can Be
The early development of youth who are facing barriers to do well in school, achieve success and reach their full potential.
Building Strong and Healthy Communities
The strength of a community is in the wellbeing of the people who live there.
Financial support from UWC SDG:
– Will fit with the funding priorities, based upon demonstrated community needs.
– Will be primarily in support of specific defined programs.
– Will be applied only to meeting operating expenses of the defined program.
– Will be based on the availability of financial resources and the availability of other funding sources for the Agency.
2021 Funding Information
2020 Partner Agencies
800 Twelfth St E
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cornwall and District
101 Third St W
Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall
506 First St
Canadian Hearing Society
4 Montreal Rd, Suite 203
Phone: 1-877-866-4445; TTY 1-888-697-3650
Canadian Mental Health Association
329 Pitt St
Phone: 613-933-5845 / 1-800-493-8271
146 Chevrier Ave
105 Second St W,
Community Information Centre of Ottawa (211 East)
1910 St Laurent Blvd
L’Équipe Psycho Sociale
610A McConnell Ave
110 rue Main
Inspire – Community Support Services
26 Montreal Rd, Suite 201
Phone: 613-938-1972 / 613-932-4610
775 Campbell Street
March of Dimes Canada
200-2249 Carling Ave
Meals on Wheels (Glen-Stor-Dun Lodge)
1900 Montreal Road
Sexual Assault & Support Services SDG&A
125 Amelia St.
101 Second St W
The Upper Canada Leger Centre for Education and Training
Student Nutrition Program Manager – Jennifer Cuillerier