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Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation1 month ago
Centreville Child Care is excited to announce we have received a $2500 grant from the Carleton North Community Foundation to go towards creating an outdoor creative area at our new facility! At CCC we value the importance of providing children with the space and materials to engage in process art. We believe all children are artists! Thank you CNCF!

The Carleton North Community Foundation was launched in 2008 with a $2-million donation from The McCain Foundation as part of the celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of McCain Foods. The Foundation supports a variety of eligible organizations under categories such as Arts & Culture, Education, Beautification, Economic Development, Recreation, Health & Wellness, and Environment. For more information visit the website at http://cncfdn.ca/
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation2 months ago
Carleton North High School received a grant for $1500 in November 2023. The funds were used to host school wide wellness activities that were enjoyed by all students and a presentation by motivational speaker, Ian Tyson. 📸 submitted by Carleton North High School.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation2 months ago
Wonderful educational and environmental stewardship work done by the Meduxnekeag Valley Nature Preserve and important to see the youth benefiting from grants awarded by CNCF.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation2 months ago
The CNCF awarded a grant to Sanctuary House last year to assist them spread awareness of the important services they offer for the women and families of the Carleton North area.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The Upper Kent Recreation Centre was awarded a $10000 grant from CNCF in November 2023. The funds will be used to install a chair lift in the spring of 2024 as the centre adapts to the changing needs of their community and improve the accessibility for all visitors. We look forward to seeing a picture once the chairlift is installed.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The Town of Hartland received a $10000 grant in November 2023 for the purchase of a new scoreboard for the new hockey arena that is currently under construction. This arena will continue to be part of the Carleton Minor Hockey Association and will serve many youth and adults in the Carleton North area. Photo submitted by Town of Hartland for the $10000 grant for CCCC Scoreboard, picture includes Hartland Huskies player, CNHS player during annual hockey game and Tracey DeMerchant, Mayor of Hartland in the centre.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The Town of Hartland received a $10000 grant in November 2023 for the purchase of a new scoreboard for the new hockey arena that is currently under construction. This arena will continue to be part of the Carleton Minor Hockey Association and will serve many youth and adults in the Carleton North area. Photo submitted by Town of Hartland for the $10000 grant for CCCC Scoreboard, picture includes Hartland Huskies player, CNHS player during annual hockey game and Tracey DeMerchant, Mayor of Hartland in the centre.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
In November 2023, the Horizon Health Network Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation received $5000 to support the Bikes and Trikes program which provides adaptive bikes for clients with physical challenges. Pictured on her bike is Maddie, with her sister and mother. Maddie had always wanted to ride a bike with her sister.
The Bikes & Trikes program at Horizon Health Network Stan Cassidy for Rehabilitation helps kids like Maddie by providing a bike adapted to her specific needs and opens a whole new world of participating in family and social activities. At a cost of $5000 per bike, these are not covered through Medicare or insurance programs. Clients of SCCR are already facing extra costs, whether through time away from work or travel costs related to treatment and rehabilitation. Grants like the one given by CNCF raise funds to cover the cost of the bike so that there is no cost to the family. The Stan Cassidy Centre serves clients in the Carleton North Area as well.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Carleton North High School received a $3000 grant in August 2023 to enhance the CNHS Project Resource project. Funds were used to purchase items for the Sensory Room that is used by students for a calm space and emotional regulation. As well, a washer and dryer unit was purchased for youth that need access to those services.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The Florenceville Rotary received a $3000 grant in August 2023 to help support the installation of an AED in the Northern Carleton Recreation Centre, that is new addition attached to the Northern Carleton Civic Centre. This will provide easy access to emergency equipment in the new space.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The Carleton North Imagination Library (CNIL) received a $5000 grant from CNCF in August 2023. We just received some wonderful pictures and testimonials from the CNIL sharing the benefits of their program in the development of the love of reading in our youngest residents of Carleton North.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
The CNCF continues to support the health and recreation of our youth that live in the Carleton North area. Great to see the grant that Carleton Minor Carleton Minor Hockey received last year for new equipment in use.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross and United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $24000 to the Community Residentail Living Board. Funds were utilized to invest in equipment, IT infrastructure and physical space to modernize their administrative responsibilities. Visit their website below.
https://www.pcd-cpmph.ca/community-residential-living-board-woodstock-inc-3/
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $10000 to the Bath Step Ahead Early Learning Centre to work on board governance to strengthen and improve the organization.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $16500 to the River Valley Arts Alliance Inc. to work on board governance and explore a renewed future for the organization.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $16750 to Centreville Childcare Inc. to modernize technology and strengthen communication approaches with families that they serve.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $29550 to the Juniper Community Centre to modernize and enhance technological infrastructure.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $70000 to Upper Valley Autism Resource Centre Inc to modernize equipment and communications to better serve and support their communities.
Carleton North Community Foundation
Carleton North Community Foundation3 months ago
Last year, CNCF was pleased to partner with the Government of Canada, Community Foundations of Canada, Canadian Red Cross and the United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund to award $27600 to Carleton Ground Search and Rescue Inc. to modernize equipment, recruit members and conduct training.