Austrian Cultural Forum
Le consulat général de France à Toronto
Council on Foundations
This is a membership association
of grant-making foundations and corporations. It specially
aids organizations in the daily business of providing grants.
It offers a job bank, workshops and conferences on grants.
Le Fondation Daniel Langlois
The Daniel Langlois Foundation's purpose is to further artistic
and scientific knowledge by fostering the meeting of art and
science in the field of technologies. The Foundation seeks
to nurture a critical awareness of technology's implications
for human beings and their natural and cultural environments,
and to promote the exploration of aesthetics suited to evolving
human environments. The Centre for Research and Documentation
(CR+D) seeks to document history, artworks and practices associated
with electronic and digital media arts and to make this information
available to researchers in an innovative manner through data
The Getty Foundation
The Getty Foundation provides support to institutions and
individuals in Los Angeles and throughout the world, funding
a diverse range of projects that promote the understanding
and conservation of the visual arts. Through its grantmaking,
the Foundation complements and extends the work of all the
Getty programs. The Foundation also encompasses the Getty
Leadership Institute, the leading source of continuing professional
development for current and future museum leaders.
Hal Jackman Foundation
Japan Foundation Toronto
The Laidlaw Foundation uses its
resources to strengthen the environment for children, youth
and families, to enhance opportunities for human development
and creativity and to sustain healthy communities and ecosystems.
Their annual report can be downloaded as well as information
and applications regarding the Youth Engagement Programme.
The Magenta Foundation
The Magenta Foundation is a charitable arts publishing house,
the first of its kind in Canada. It fills the very specific
niche of establishing a place for Canadian artists in the
international arts community, and it provides a vehicle for
galleries to join forces and promote the work of Canadian
artists internationally through the publication of books and
The New York Foundation for the Arts
The New York Foundation for the
Arts' (NYFA) mission is to empower artists at critical stages
in their creative lives and provides the public with opportunities
to experience and understand their work. NYFA accomplishes
this by offering financial assistance and information to artists
and organizations that directly serve artists, by supporting
arts programming in the community, and by building collaborative
relationships with others who advocate for the arts in New
York State and throughout the country.
Ontario Arts Foundation
The Foundation was established in 1991 under the Ontario Corporations
Act as a not for profit corporation, with the purpose of encouraging
and facilitating private giving to the arts in Ontario.
It is a non-government foundation and is a registered charity.
Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund
The goal of the Ontario Trillium
Foundation is to encourage innovation and experimentation,
cross-sectoral collaboration, citizen participation, and systemic
change. The site features program guidelines and application
guides, and listings of the community grant review teams.
Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
is dedicated to supporting programs that strengthen Canada
and enhance the well-being of all Canadians. Within its areas
of interest, the Foundation funds innovative ventures that
seek to make a discernible impact on the future of Canada
by encouraging social action and strengthening the development
of public policy. The report on art acquisitions in Ontario
art galleries can be downloaded off of this site, however
information regarding their assistance in art acquisitions
and programming surrounding public collections is not available.