Grant Applications For Five Funds Move To Evaluation

Applications for Grants from the PE Built Heritage Fund will be evaluated by the Built Heritage Committee, commencing imminently. Applications for Grants from four other Funds also move to the evaluation process: The County Foundation Fund; The Community Justice Fund; The Wynne Thomas Arts Development Fund; The Jack and Ruby

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2019 Huff Family Fund

Huff Family Fund grants enable over $140,000 in projects for 2019. On Thursday February 21st, 10 organizations received a total of $68,124 from the Huff Family Fund, complimented with co-funding amounts of $2,000 each from the Wynne Thomas Arts Fund and the Jack and Ruby Lockyer Ward Fund. These Funds

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Good News regarding Food Insecurity?

HPE Public Health has updated the Food Access Guide for 2018 and have posted it online at Click on the Prince Edward County icon to obtain this region’s guide. Food insecurity is a serious problem in the County, where an estimated 2,500 – 5,000 people are experiencing difficulty affording

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Municipal Grants – status updates:

The review and analysis process for Municipal Grant applications over $5,000 is well underway. Once completed recommendations will be passed to TCF Board of Directors for approval, and then a recommendations report will be forwarded to Council. Announcement of all Municipal Grant Awards for 2019 will take place by Council,

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THE ROC (PEC Youth Centre) – Youth Intern

Engaging youth can make a difference in our community today and in the future. The opinions and experiences of youth have the capacity to inspire and inform the evolution of a variety of community programs, services, bylaws, infrastructure etc. Further, research has shown that youth who are engaged in community

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PEC food security initiative selected for new Rural Ontario Institute project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 25, 2019 A collective of Prince Edward County community members and organizations, led by The County Foundation (TCF) in partnership with the municipality’s Community Development Department, has been selected from applicants across the province to participate in The Rural Ontario Institute’s (ROI) Measuring Rural Community

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