Blue Mountain Village Foundation 2018 Fall Grant presentation

The Blue Mountain Village Foundation is pleased to announce funding to the following organizations and their programs. The grant presentation were held on Tuesday, November 20th at 9:30 a.m. at the Don Braden Memorial sculpture located in the Blue Mountain Village.


The grant recipients include:

Women’s House Serving Bruce & Grey - Child Witness Program - $2,500

Home Horizon - Essential Life Skills Program - $2,500

Marsh Street Centre - Marsh Street Rocks Sponsorship program - $1,250

Elephant Thoughts – Paddle & Drum Making Carpentry Workshops at Kimbercote Farm - $4,750

The Environment Network on behalf of the Collingwood Youth Centre - Youth Business, Youth Futures - $5,000

Georgian Triangle Humane Society - GTHS Humane Education Program - $5,000


Total grants amounting to - $21,000


“We are very proud to support these innovative and special community-based programs” says Andrew Siegwart, President of the Foundation. “All of our recipients focus on delivering life-changing programs for the future of our local youth and community.”


The Blue Mountain Village Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life through its financial support of registered charitable organizations whose activities provide benefit to the residents of our local communities, with an emphasis on children and family programs. In addition, the Foundation awards five Bob Comish Memorial Scholarships to four local high school students and a student from Georgian College, who have worked on the resort property. Funding and bursaries information can be obtained via the Foundation website at


For information about the Foundation, contact Catherine Smart at 705-606-0985.

20 Nov 2018