For grantees

The information and tools you need to help you understand and manage the requirements of your Foundation grant.


Congratulations on receiving a grant from The Law Foundation of Ontario, and welcome!

Like all funders, the Foundation has a set of requirements for you to follow in order to manage your grant with us. Requirements are specific to the type of grant received. Below are your responsibilities as a Foundation grantee.

You received a grant. Now what?

Requirement 1 - Letter of Agreement

The first step for all grantees is to carefully review and return your signed Letter of Agreement (LOA) to your Grants Officer. This letter outlines the terms of the grant. If you have not received your LOA yet, please contact your Grants Officer. (Here is a PDF sample of what it looks like.)

Requirement 2 - Orientation
Requirement 3 - Reporting on your grant
Requirement 4 – Requesting a change to your grant
Requirement 5 – Subscribe and ‘follow’

Have a question?
Contact a Grants Officer.

Reporting guidelines

Guidelines, resource information, and tools to help grantees fulfill the reporting requirements of their grant.

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Acknowledging the Foundation

What you need to know to help you understand why and how to properly acknowledge your Foundation grant.

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Grant Modification Request

Contact your Grants Officer in advance if you are contemplating any significant change in your funded work’s objectives, scope, budget, or project lead.

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