The Municipality of South Dundas and its partners support a number of community initiatives through Community Financial Programs. View the program information below and check your eligibility:

Applications for 2017 Municipal Grants and $ for $ Capital Funding Programs are now available on www.southdundas.com. All applications are due by January 13, 2017. Applications received past this deadline will not be considered. 

How to Submit

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Municipality of South Dundas
RE: Municipal Grants Application
34 Ottawa Street, P.O. Box 740
Morrisburg, Ontario K0C-1X0

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$ for $ Capital Funding Program

$ for $ Capital Funding Program Application

$ for $ Capital Grant Criteria

Municipal Grants Programs

The Grants and Donations policy establishes eligibility requirements, identifies the types of funding available and outlines the application process. An annual application, with supporting documentation, is required by the date specified so that all requests can be reviewed and included as part of the following years budget. This will insure that all requests are dealt with on the same basis.

Municipal Grant Application

Municipal Grants Policy

In Kind Services Form

South Branch Community Fund 

Child Care Fee Subsidy Financial Assistance

Child care fee subsidy assistance is available to residents living in the City of Cornwall or in the United Counties of S.D. & G. It is available for eligible families with a child or children between the age of birth and 12 years (or up to the age of 18 years old if the child has special needs) who need to be in a licensed child care program because the parents work, attend school, training or participate in upgrading skill courses.  Families needing additional information or to apply can contact the City of Cornwall, Child Care Services at 613-933-6282 ext 3310 or visit the social services website.

Community Environmental Grant (South Nation Conservation)

The Community Environmental Grants program encourages and supports events that promote recreational use of our rivers, protect the environment or celebrate the history of our natural heritage. Non-profit organizations and Municipalities are welcome to apply for a grant of up to $300 for their event or activity. 

Clean Water Program (South Nation Conservation)

The Clean Water Program offers cost-share grants from $1,000 to $8,000 depending on the project. The Clean Water Program has funded more than $2.3 million in grants to over 742 projects; adding about $12 million to the local economy in construction projects.