Having a new stable area to get ready for their much needed horse time will help our 60+ students, our coach and instructor. And our barn helpers will have a more safe and enjoyable environment to work with.
Click here to learn more.—Nadine Bollig, Owner, Reaching Strides Equestrian Centre
It will give us a chance to invest in new equipment and give more to our beloved customers. It will make life easier for our staff.
Click here to learn more.— Bruce Lee, Owner, Roselle Desserts
This grant will help me purchase a medical grade treadmill that will be used to help with our assessments… As the human body and training is my passion, the grant will also allow me to take courses for continuing education.
Click here to learn more.— Jacob Farjou, Owner, Trainsmart Wellness
It will give us the working capital to launch marketing campaigns to reach new clients and bring the pirate ship to festivals and events so children on land can experience the adventure.
Click here to learn more.— Matt Slaman, Owner, Pirate Life
Increased equipment and resources would benefit our clients while also relieving physical and mental stress on staff and support. We would be proud to increase the quality of our services and welcome clients with more diverse needs.
Click here to learn more.— Jody Lowrie, Owner, Roots 2 Wings
This gift will be used by our school in so many valuable ways: increasing our bursaries for boy dancers; adding guest faculty teaching hours as well as live accompanists for our classes; and refurbishing our costume inventory.
— Marilyn Lawrie, Executive Director,
Quinte Ballet School of Canada
We are thrilled to receive this grant... it gives us the ability to expand the art programs across our community. We can immediately hire staff and then begin the exciting search for a larger studio to accommodate our growth
— Danah Beaulieu, Owner, Art InDeed
Winning the grant is going to make a huge difference - we'll be able to hire someone to focus on the logistics, to make sure we have another safe, productive season clearing remote beaches on Vancouver Island’s west coast.
— Karen G. Wristen, Executive Director,
the Living Oceans Society
The contest is now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry and voted.