The City is now accepting applications for the Toronto Tenant Grants Administration until February 1, 2023.

The City of Toronto provides a range of grant funding opportunities for non-profit, community based organizations to provide a variety of housing supports and homelessness services to residents.

The City, guided through the HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan and the Homelessness Solutions Service Plan, continues to build and strengthen a responsive, housing-focused and people-centered homelessness service system, while shifting towards more sustainable, permanent, affordable housing solutions.

In support of the City’s commitment to truth and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and the City’s Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism, the City provides funding to Indigenous-led organizations that serve Indigenous residents and Black-led organizations that serve Black and racialized communities.

Toronto Tenant Grants Administration - Now Open

Grants for programs providing rent relief, energy assistance, bridging grants and eviction prevention.

Street Outreach

Grants for programs supporting people experiencing street homelessness to find, transition to and sustain homes.

Homelessness Prevention

Grants for programs assisting with eviction prevention and shelter diversion.

Housing Focused Client Supports

Grants for programs providing follow-up support and continued housing stability.

Housing Access

Grants for programs assisting individuals with finding housing and services and operating community-based housing hubs.

Housing Focused System Supports

Grants for programs providing sector capacity building and coordination and specific system-wide client supports.

Daytime Drop-In Programs Funding

Grants for programs operating local, community-based spaces that provide meals, programming and more.

Toronto Tenant Support Program

Grants for programs supporting tenants in private market rental housing.

Below is a list of additional funding opportunities at the City of Toronto: