The SPC is actively involved in sponsoring and guiding projects associated with community groups and emerging non-profit organizations.
The SPC-Peel acts as a fiscal sponsor (or lead agency) for agencies and groups who are unable to apply for grants on their own because they are not yet incorporated or do not meet the eligibility requirements of funders.
Partners for Helping at Risk Youth in Peel: $264,000 over four years for a culturally appropriate skills development and mentorship program. It will encourage young people to remain in school and reduce the incidence of school suspension among African-Canadian youth in the Malton area.Funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation
Peel Poverty Action Group: $75,000 over one year to create a greater awareness of the issues surrounding homelessness in the Peel region by designing a community awareness package that will be disseminated throughout the region.Funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation
Volunteer Mississauga Brampton Caledon (Volunteer MBC): $375,000 over five years for staff, communications, office furniture and equipment to establish and develop a new volunteer centre. This initiative will help strengthen volunteerism in Peel and increase local organizations' support to volunteers.Funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation
Rotary Youth Business Leadership Training (RYBLT) Program: $133,900 over 24 months to offer the Rotary Club’s Camp Enterprise training program to hundreds of students in two high schools in Malton. The program will develop business and other life skills and will encourage the youth to engage in community volunteer activities. Funds will support staff and administration costs.Funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation
African Youth Substance Abuse Program (ACYSAP) - Students Totally Enhancing Potential for Success (S.T.E.P.S.) Funded by Region of Peel & United Way of Peel Region