Oakville Community Foundation
The Oakville Community Foundation helps people to give back where their community needs it most.
With an intimate knowledge of local priorities, it directs grants, expertise, leadership and other investments where they are needed; toward everything from shelter, education and care for those in need, to the arts, environment and recreation.
Since its founding, it has provided over $21 million in charity grants and has accumulated $103 million in assets, growing our pool of resources to support the community.
The Oakville Community Foundation connects people, families and companies with causes that inspire them. It pools resources, knowledge and expertise, working with others for even greater impact. And it help donors realize their philanthropic goals by matching their interests with community needs and finding innovative ways to make every donation count.
The Oakville Community Foundation recognizes that Oakville resides on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, part of the Anishinaabe nation. Oakville is covered by two treaties — Treaty #14 The Head of the Lake Treaty of 1806 and Treaty #22 the 12 Mile Creek, 16 mile Creek and the River Credit reserve treaty of 1820.