Toronto Foundation is providing $10,000 in matching money (up to a $2,500 maximum per group) to any new giving circles set up before March 31, 2020. Please contact Sarah Muir <email@example.com> with the names of your members and the cause you are planning to support by the March 31 deadline to qualify.
WANT TO SEE YOUR DONATIONS GO FURTHER?
A giving circle is a form of collaborative philanthropy where groups of individuals donate to a shared fund, and together decide where to give their money. Members share the goal of increasing their impact on the issues they care about and engagement with charities they choose to support.
Giving circles provide opportunities for you to:
- maximize your impact by pooling resources
- network with other committed fundholders
- broaden your understanding of philanthropy
- engage with leaders and learn about issues in your community
If the collaborative impact of a giving circle inspires you, here are two ways to get involved:
There are several giving circles established by Toronto Foundation fundholders that you may be interested in joining. Check the list below to see if the goals of an existing giving circle resonate with you. Then reach out to Sarah Muir <firstname.lastname@example.org>to learn more about how to get involved.
|Issue Area||Lead||Accepting New Members||Minimum Commitment|
|Food Security||Niya Bajaj||Yes||No|
|Climate Change||Alex Morris & Meghan Daly||Yes||No|
(Why Not Theatre)
|Paul Nagpal &
|Women: education, childcare & enhanced employment||Michelle Savoy & Vincenza Sera||No||Yes|
Are you passionate about a cause you don’t see on our list? Or maybe you just want to lead your own giving circle? Download our toolkit below for your crash course in how to get started and reach out to Sarah Muir <email@example.com> so she can set you up for success.