Greygates Foundation Grant

The Greygates Foundation

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Grant amount: C $3,000

Deadline: Rolling

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, General Operating Expense, Applied Project / Program, Capital Project

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: Canada

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The Greygates Foundation was created in 2001 by J. Ronald Gibbs to provide grants to organizations that serve the needs of children, the elderly, the disabled, or the disadvantaged, and to organizations that promote animal welfare or wildlife preservation. Though funding may be provided for projects in any country, recipient organizations must be Canadian Registered Charities.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • The Greygates Foundation makes grants only to organizations that are recognized as registered charities by the Canada Revenue Agency, to support projects worldwide.
    • If your organization is not a registered charity, you must have a sponsorship arrangement with such a program.
  • Your organization and the proposed funding must serve one or more of the following areas:
    • Animal welfare
    • Wildlife preservation
    • Disabled people
    • Children
    • The elderly
    • The disadvantaged
  • The following types of support are eligible for funding:
    • General operating support
    • Capacity building
    • Program support
    • Equipment
    • Tuition assistance
  • The Eligibility Quiz will help you determine whether it is appropriate for you to submit an application for grant.


  • The Greygates Foundation grants are generally awarded to smaller nonprofit organizations, but are not limited to such organizations.


  • The Foundation does not provide funding to individuals or to organizations or programs operated by government agencies, or to organizations receiving significant funding  from government sources and/or gaming sources.
    • Less than 50% of your organization's typical annual revenue can come from government sources. If more than 50% of the typical annual revenue is from government sources, the organization is ineligible.