Twenty groups receive COVID-19 funding through Brock Township

The Township of Brock Brock COVID-19 Community Grant for Not-For-Profits, was established to provide some financial relief and assistance to not-for-profit community organizations that provide direct services, events and programs to the benefit of the residents of Brock.

Council at its meeting held on September 28, 2020 approved the following funding allocations to 20 community organizations:

Organization Name Funds to Be Used For Grant Amount
659 Brock Royal Canadian Air Cadets Operating Expenses $1,500
Beaverton Agricultural Society/Beaverton Fall Fair General Operating Expenses $2,500
Beaverton Skating Club Ice rental fees $1,500
Cannington Figure Skating Club Offset membership fee, replacing fundraising from youth dances and show $1,500
Cannington Horticultural Society AV Equipment, Plaque installation, Signage and Youth Challenge ceremony/prizes $1,500
Cannington Lawn Bowls Club Maintenance and Insurance $2,500
Cannington Lioness To meet the budgeted donations $1,500
Community Care Durham New software for online virtual platform $850
North House Monthly costs (rent, phones, internet) $850
Oak Ridges Hospice of Durham Ltd. PPE $850
Stone Church Cemetery Commission Installment of a new well $1,500
Sunderland Agricultural Society Ongoing expenses (insurance, fees, etc.) $2,500
Sunderland and District Historical Society Utilities and Insurance $1,400
Sunderland Legion Branch 141 Utilities, insurance and maintenance $2,500
Sunderland Lions Musical Festival Website & 2021 Syllabus $2,500
Sunderland Maple Syrup Festival Liability insurance costs $2,500
Sunderland Minor Baseball Association 2020 Expenses $850
Sunderland Ringette Association Offset costs of PPE and protocols due to COVID $500
Sunderland Skating Club Purchasing supplies & offsetting registration fees for ice rentals $1,500
The Nourish and Develop Foundation Retrofit TNFD’s sprinter van $1,500
Total $32,300

“Many of our community organizations have been faced with hardships due to the recent pandemic and Council is thrilled that we were able to provide financial assistance to 20 of our local community not-for-profit organizations during these challenging times,” said Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden.

For the latest information and updates on municipal operations, cancellations and closures, visit townshipofbrock.ca/COVID-19.

Please contact the Clerk’s Department for additional information at clerks@townshipofbrock.ca or 705-432-2355.

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