The purpose of the Community Investment Program Core funding is to improve the ability of organizations to serve Peel’s most vulnerable residents in times of need. By investing in Core funding, community agencies can develop, maintain, and improve programs, service delivery and overall outcomes.
- 2024-2026 Core Fund application guidelines
- Core Fund questions and answers
- Core Fund grant assessment
- Core Fund application steps
- Core Fund information session
The Community Investment Program recognizes that capacity building supports not-for-profit agencies to be agile and responsive to changes in the environment. Capacity Fund is designed to support organizational capacity building activities and tools to strengthen Peel’s not-for-profit sector, and to provide optimal programs and services to the most vulnerable members of our community.
Small Capital Fund
The purpose of the Small Capital Fund is to improve the Operational Capacity of not for profits that align with the Human Service Outcomes to support residents of Peel. Funding is available for small capital purchases that enhance service delivery.
Food Security Fund
The Food Security Capital and Innovation Fund was established for not-for-profit agencies, to specifically address the increasing use and demand of food banks in Peel Region. Funding is available to support formal and informal food banks in Peel Region, with their unbudgeted operational costs and capital requirements.
The Change Fund is designed to support collaborative projects and initiatives that respond to community issues impacting Peel’s residents and neighbourhoods with a view towards addressing complex community and system level issues that align to Regional Priorities.
We recognize that change happens within and across sectors. Authentic collaborative work is encouraged amongst agencies that have a common agenda to create a collective impact to support meaningful and lasting change in the community.