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Applying for a grant



Halton Foundation awards grants annually for the purpose of promoting wellbeing of persons who suffer from illnesses, conditions and/or diseases caused by sub-standard indoor environment.

Grants are awarded based on grant applications. Application period is from 15th August to 15th October. Requests for grants may be made by filling out and submitting the grant application form. The application must be submitted electronically with all attachments listed.

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Decision on grants is made by 15th November. The successful applicant will be notified of the grant award and the grant decision will be announced in the Foundation website. Halton Foundation will sign a Grant Agreement with the charitable organisation receiving the funds. The grant receiver must also provide information about the use of the funds for the purpose intended.

What kind of grants are awarded?  
  • One time grants which are single year grants for a specific purpose 
  • Multi-year grants for no longer than three years 
  • Start-up program grants; and,
  • Challenge or matching grants.

Depending on the scope and nature of the project or program, the sum of the grant can vary between thousands of dollars and couple tens of thousands of dollars. In the year 2010, the Foundation awarded a 30,000 dollar one time grant.

Who can apply?

Non-profit organisations that provide services and benefits to persons who suffer from illnesses conditions and/or diseases caused by poor indoor air quality due to environmental and economic conditions.

Applying for a grant

If your organisation or project reflects these priorities, you may submit a grant application using our online form.

> Apply for a grant

Propose a grant candidate

If you know an organisation that works for improving indoor enviroment conditions and people's health and wellbeing, please tell us about it.

> Propose a grant candidate  


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