Ontario Trillium Foundation launches $80 million non-profit recovery fund

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Why It Matters

Canadian charities have lost a third of their revenues so far this year. Meanwhile, more than half say they’re spending the same amount of money — and 15 percent are spending more to either adapt to the pandemic or respond to rising demand for services. This new fund from one of Canada’s largest grantmakers will help Ontario organizations pivot and adapt.

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