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Giving Back over $104,000 in 2023

Since inception in 2002, we have given back over $739,000 to our community, and thanks to your support, the Foundation’s assets have grown to over $1.8 Million 

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DRDCF 2024 AGM
2024 Wednesday, June 26th, 7:00 pm 

Upstairs at the Deep River Legion, 50 McElligott Drive, Deep River, ON

Guest Speaker:  Courtney A. O’Connor J.D.

Associate Lawyer, Bradley Law Professional Corporation

“Understanding your Estate Plan: the complexities and risks of jointly held assets”

  2024 SPRING GRANTS CYCLE

Opens March 13th  Closes April 17th

CLOSED

Successful Spring Grants will be announced soon

2024 SPRING GRANTS CYCLE Application News

If you have questions about the Spring grant cycle, the process, eligibility, partnering with a charity, or any other questions, contact us at info@drdcf.ca.
 

We are actively seeking individuals interested in contributing to the community and supporting many organizations in our community. Your opportunity to make a significant impact awaits at the Deep River & District Community Foundation.

  • For more than two decades, the Deep River & District Community Foundation has been instrumental in serving our community by providing grants. So far, we have given out over $700,000.

  • This is a unique chance to utilize your skills and talents to contribute to our board and committees.

Contact us at Lisa@drdcf.ca or call us at 506-488-2413.
Learn more about us at www.drdcf.ca.
Let's give back to the community together!

2023 

We are excited to host this year's 2024 International Women's Day Dinner.

Buy tickets now before they are sold out!! Click on the link (https://shorturl.at/bghmE) and the QR Code to order tickets, Pay It Forward or just Donate to this amazing cause!!

Join us to hear from local inspirational speakers sharing their experience around this year's theme #InspireInclusion.

Enjoy a delicious dinner and dessert provided by local female-owned businesses, Maven Catering & Sweetened by Shelly.  

For updates and our online silent auction coming soon, make sure you like us on Facebook: InternationalWomensDayDeepRiver 

Instagram: iwd_deepriver

2023 Grants 

Consider donating to our new Community Emergency Fund  

Empowering Community Service Organizations to respond swiftly and effectively to significant events and emergencies outside the scope of established insurance and social safety nets.

Let's come together now so we can lend a helping hand when our community needs it most.
Thank you for being a vital part of our community.

Learn more...

2023 Spring Grants Cycle

Our 2023 Spring Grant Cycle was extremely successful with 4 Organizations and their projects approved for a total of $11,408.00!  You will see upgrades at the Community Event Centre, Mental Health Training at the North Renfrew Family Services, another Art Workshop held by the Seniors Friendship Club, and THEOP presenting the production of Love Bomb! 

We want to thank the following Funds for providing the funding for these projects:  Mary Moore Ecological Fund, Hinds Family Fund, Health Care Fund NRFS Fund, Tucker Tennant Fund, Arts & Education Fund, Milton Family Fund, and Cuthbert Family Fund.

Join us in celebrating these amazing projects and watch for announcements in October about the fall grant cycle!  To support further Grants please donate at www.drdcf.ca/donate. Even a small donation makes a huge difference!

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2002-2022 Celebrating our History
Learn more about the Deep River and District Community Foundations History...the people, the funds, the grants, the achievements...

Every dollar donated counts towards the continued well-being of our community. 
Your contribution is part of that lasting legacy.

Who receives grants?
We support the registered charities in our area, to allow them to do the work that is needed in the community

How does it work?

Very simply.  Donations made to the Foundation are invested in a professionally managed portfolio of fixed income and equities.  Then, the yearly earnings from these investments are returned to our community in the form of grants to qualifying recipients every year.  Almost all the capital from donations remains invested in perpetuity to keep generating earnings.

Why Donate?

To make a difference and give back to the community by enhancing the quality of life for people who live in the Deep River, Laurentian Hills, Head, Clara and Maria, and Rapides des Joachim area.

Who Donates?

People who care about our community: individuals, families, current and former residents, and organizations

Who volunteers? 

Interested in joining the cause? See what you can do to make a difference in your community.

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