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New Shelter Operator Request for Proposals The City of Toronto will be opening new shelters on a staggered schedule starting in late 2018 across the city and will continue through 2019-2020 to meet the goal of adding 1000 new shelter beds to the existing shelter system’s capacity. On Friday August 24 there will be a mandatory information session for all organizations interested in applying to operate one of the City’s new shelters. Shelter, Support and Housing Administration
Creating Health Plus Up to $330,000 is available to a non-profit organization with the experience, capacity and commitment to ensure an efficient and consistent delivery of healthy foods to 30 Toronto drop-ins. Shelter, Support and Housing Administration
Health & Safety Funding Health & Safety funding is allocated to support current infrastructure and promote quality environments for children. Children, Youth & Parenting
Creative Co-Location Facilities Property Tax Subclass This property tax subclass supports the sustainability and growth of creative enterprises in the city. Business
General Operating Grant for Early Learning & Child Care Operators Stable source of funding to help child care operators offset their operating costs. Children, Youth & Parenting
Community Investment Funding Time-limited grants for new and emerging community groups to to achieve social, economic and cultural goals for Toronto residents. Community Initiatives
Community Service Partnerships On-going and stable support to Toronto’s not-for-profit community organizations to deliver high quality and relevant services that respond to the changing needs of the community and strengthen the City’s well-being. Community Initiatives
Streetscape Improvement Program Capital streetscape projects not only beautify the city, but also make economic sense. Streetscape improvements create safe and attractive retail areas that help BIAs and their members sustain and grow business. BIA Financial Incentive
Commercial Façade Improvement The Commercial Façade Improvement Program provides funding to commercial and private property owners to redesign, renovate or restore commercial or industrial building façades. BIA Financial Incentive
Mural Street Art Program Business associations and community groups that include strong business participation can receive one-time funding for outdoor mural projects that help promote a local theme and facilitate commercial neighbourhood identity. BIA Financial Incentive
Home Energy Loan Program Through the City’s Home Energy Loan Program (HELP), homeowners can get a low-interest loan of up to $75,000 to cover of the cost of energy efficient upgrades to their homes. Environment
Eco-Roof Incentive Program Grants for green and cool roofs. Install a green roof or cool roof and get a grant. Environment
Energy Retrofit Loans Your Toronto community-based organization or not-for-profit could be eligible for a low-interest loan to support up to 100 per cent of your energy retrofit project costs. Environment
Energy Efficiency Incentives Through the High Performance New Construction Program you can apply to receive a number incentives, depending on your project role. Environment
Waste Reduction Community Grants The grants support the City’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy and reflect its guiding principles: working with community partners to enhance access to waste diversion programs; and increasing public engagement and working together to deliver services. Environment
Toronto Heritage Grants Program This program provides funds of up to 50 per cent of the estimated cost of eligible heritage conservation work to designated residential or tax-exempt heritage properties. Heritage
Toronto Heritage Property Tax Rebate Program This program provides a rebate of up to 50 per cent of the cost of eligible maintenance and conservation work up to 40 per cent of annual taxes paid to designated commercial or industrial heritage properties. Heritage
Arts & Culture Grants These funding programs represent a form of partnership with community based organizations which in turn contribute significantly to the goals in relation to community capacity, equitable access, well being, diversity, civic participation and civic cohesion. History, Art & Culture
Building Permit Rebate Homeowners who have applied for a building permit may be eligible for a property tax reduction, if their property was demolished, damaged or renovated during the year. Revenue Services
Ethno Cultural Property Tax Rebate If you own or lease a property that is being used as an Ethno-Cultural Centre, you may be eligible for a property tax rebate. Revenue Services
Property Tax Rebate for Charities If you operate a registered charity, you may be eligible for a rebate of 40 per cent of property taxes paid if you meet the eligibility requirements, as outlined in Section 329 of the City of Toronto Act, 2006. Revenue Services
Property Tax Increase Cancellation Program This program gives low-income seniors and low-income persons with a disability the opportunity to apply for a cancellation of property tax increases. Revenue Services
Property Tax Increase Deferral Program This program gives low-income seniors and low-income persons with a disability the opportunity to apply for a deferral of property tax increases. Revenue Services
Water Rebate Program This program offers a water rebate if you are a low-income senior or a low-income person with a disability who consumes less than 400 cubic meters (m³) of water each year. Revenue Services
Veterans Property Tax Rebate You may be eligible for a rebate of property taxes if you own or lease a property that is being used as a Veteran’s Clubhouse or Legion Hall. Revenue Services
Vacancy Commercial and Industrial Rebate Program The Vacant Commercial & Industrial Unit Tax Rebate Program ended July 1, 2018. Submission deadline for vacancies occurring within January 1 to June 30, 2018 was September 28, 2018. Applications are only being accepted for commercial/industrial properties that received a 2018 Supplementary/Omitted tax bill. Revenue Services
Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT) Rebate Review to see whether you are eligible for a MLTT rebate. Revenue Services
Street Art Toronto StreetARToronto (StART) is a suite of innovative programs designed specifically for streets and public spaces. Initiated in 2012 as an integral part of the City’s Graffiti Management Plan, StART has been successful in reducing graffiti vandalism and replacing it with vibrant, colourful, community-engaged street art. Streets
Sewer Surcharge Rebate Program Businesses in Toronto may be eligible for a rebate on water not discharged into the sanitary sewer system (i.e. water evaporated from cooling towers or used to make a product). Water
Basement Flooding Protection Subsidy Program The City offers owners of single-family, duplex and triplex residential homes a subsidy of up to $3,400 per property to install flood protection devices. Water
Capacity Buyback Program This program offers eligible commercial and institutional organizations a free water audit and one-time cash rebate. Water
Industrial Water Rate Industrial water customers that implement a water conservation plan may be eligible for a discounted water rate (called the Block 2 rate). Water
Faucet Filter Rebate Program Offers a rebate to help purchase a lead faucet filter and/or replacement cartridges to low-income homeowners who meet the criteria. Water
Mandatory Downspout Disconnection Financial Assistance Program Low-income seniors or persons with a disability may qualify for a reimbursement of up to $500 to help offset the costs of downspout disconnection work. Water
Student Nutrition Program Grant Student Nutrition Program Grants from City of Toronto and Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services. Health & Wellness