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The Law Foundation of Ontario makes grants to advance access to justice that align with our statutory objectives of: legal education, legal aid, legal research, and law libraries within Ontario.

We provide one-time and ongoing funding through a variety of granting programs. Grants are made to nonprofit organizations that work to benefit the people of Ontario. We also have a unique fund that provides grants to nonprofit organizations across Canada. We do not provide funding to individuals or to for-profit ventures or to support litigation or advocacy.

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Growing Possibilities: sharing our strategic plan

January 29, 2024

As we begin our 50th anniversary year, we are excited to share Growing Possibilities, our 2024-2029 strategic plan.

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Elizabeth Bowker joins Class Proceedings Committee

May 21, 2024

We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Bowker to the Class Proceedings Committee.