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Francophone Community Grants Program



In the 2017 Budget, the Ontario government approved the creation of the Francophone Community Grants Program (FCGP), committing $1.0 million annually for the period 2017-18 to 2019-20 to support the implementation of cultural and community activities benefitting the Franco-Ontarian community.

Mission and Goal

The FCGP is a competitive, application-based program to support cultural and community activities for the Franco-Ontarian community. It seeks to encourage greater social involvement, learning, innovation and community engagement for Francophones across the province, including at the local community, regional, and provincial levels.

FCGP Objective

The program aims to support Projects in Ontario that:

1. Facilitate social integration, networking and volunteerism within francophone communities;

2. Reduce barriers and increase support for vulnerable groups within Francophone communities;

3. Provide opportunities to celebrate and promote an understanding of Ontario’s Francophonie;

4. Build the capacity of francophone organizations; and

5. Promote collaboration between service providers to better serve francophone communities.


The application period for 2017-18 and 2018-19 is now closed. The application period for 2019-20 will open in September 2018.

Eligibility Requirements

For complete details on eligibility requirements for the FCGP, please refer to the Francophone Community Grants Program 2017-19 Application Guide and the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Program Guidelines

Please review the Application Guide and the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for complete details about the Francophone Community Grants Program 2017-19.

Applicants apply using the Grants Ontario web portal:

- New applicants: Go to How to Apply?

- Previous Applicants: Log In

To apply, the following documents must be completed and submitted:

1. Grants Ontario Application Form;

2. Project Financial Information Package;

3. Proof of incorporation;

4. A copy of your organization’s most recent financial statement; and

5. Certificate of Insurance.

List of grant recipients 2017-19


Program Contacts

Applicants are encouraged to consult with their Regional Advisor prior to submitting an application (refer to Appendix C of the Application Guide for contact information).

Information Sessions

In-person information sessions will be held across the province in early October. Select the link for the session you wish to attend for details and follow the instructions for registering:

City – Date - Register (all training sessions will be held in French)

Thunder Bay - October 3 - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/xe8ge8ngmgniszzy

Sudbury - October 5 - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/q7ww426swm3mg6hz

Ottawa - October 10 and 11 (2 sessions) - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/9du9riduvpk42qi7

London - October 10 - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/kyimbwcfz7a5g7bi

Toronto - October 11 - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/2z5wx8wxvzqpi7vg

Alfred - October 12 – https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/3snv2dkhn545w676

Cornwall - October 13 -https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/trqde73dqi2ds5bm

Kingston – October 17 - https://francophoneaffairs.doodle.com/poll/nwhkizwm33hr5fta

More information sessions may be announced at a later date.

For more information, you can contact the FCGP management team at francoprogram@ontario.ca.

Technical Support

Please contact the Grants Ontario Customer Service:

- Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

- Toronto: (416) 325-6691 / Toll Free: 1-855-216-3090

- E-mail - GrantsOntarioCS@Ontario.ca

Last updated: April 9, 2018