We’re pleased to announce a partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund.
Call for applications information and application form to apply to the Responsive program
Due date: rolling deadline
Grant amounts: up to $250,000
We’re reimagining our Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship. By March 1, 2024, please complete a short and confidential survey about the program.
We’re calling for applications to serve as the Foundation’s representative on the OJEN Board of Directors.
As we begin our 50th anniversary year, we are excited to share Growing Possibilities, our 2024-2029 strategic plan.
The Foundation granted more than $5M to fund 41 Responsive grants in 2023, more than double the investment of 2022.
We gathered December 6, 2023 to recognize Francisco Rico-Martínez as the posthumous recipient of the 2023 Guthrie Award.
The Foundation is seeking nominations for the Guthrie Award, our signature award to recognize access to justice champions.
We are seeking to hire a Grants Manager (12-month contract).
The Foundation continues to support the Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters with a new grant of $50K, made through the Foundation’s national Access to Justice Fund.
The Law Foundation of Ontario invites applications from non-profit organizations across Canada to the Access to Justice Fund (ATJF) for projects addressing legal needs of or relating to: Children and youth Consumers Public legal education, intake and referral Racialized groups…
Youth involved in Regent Park’s Youth & the Law TV Project were eager to learn about the legal issues that were affecting their lives.
The Class Proceedings Fund welcomes new chair, Wendy Earle and member, Scott C. Hutchison to its Class Proceedings Committee.
The Law Foundation of Ontario is pleased to announce Kirsti Mathers McHenry has joined the organization as its Director of Policy and Programs.