Community Grants

RTOERO districts are eligible to receive grants to support local community-based projects. Districts serve as the project sponsor, in partnership with a community organization.

District 26 Kenora Projects

Year Project Amount
2021 The Borrowing Cupboard $2,500.00
2020 N.O.W. (Nutrition on Weekends) $4,000.00
2019 Memory Garden Planting $4,000.00
2018 park $4,000.00
2015 Kenora District Festival of the Arts $2,000.00
2014 Bullying Ends Here $1,561.00
2013 The Kenora Great War Project $4,000.00
2012 Kpad Connection $4,000.00
2011 Kenora Handi-Transit $3,700.00
2008 Rabbit Lake Trail $3,500.00
2006 The Red Carpet Christmas Festival of Trees $4,000.00
1999 History 2000 Project $3,174.00

News about district 26 Kenora grants

District 26 supports weekend nutrition program for students
District 26 supports weekend nutrition program for students

School breakfast and lunch programs are great, but what happens on the weekends? To fill the gap, Nutrition on Weekends (NOW) […]

District 26 helps community members access mobility aids
District 26 helps community members access mobility aids

A $2,500 grant from District 26 Kenora of RTOERO is helping the Borrowing Cupboard to support its service of providing mobili […]

Webinar: Mentally healthy living after social distancing – A study of older Canadians 
Webinar: Mentally healthy living after social distancing – A study of older Canadians 

This webinar was presented in May 2022 by the RTOERO Foundation featuring Dr. Gail Low Associate Professor, University of Alb […]

RTOERO Foundation issues call for grant proposals
RTOERO Foundation issues call for grant proposals

The RTOERO Foundation is now accepting letters of intent for grants of $10,000 to $50,000 to support projects that aim to imp […]