Canadian Grant & Funding Opportunities

Business Grant Opportunities

Best Buy.ca STEM School Tech Grants

Grades: K-8 ; 9-12
Range: Maximum of $10,000

Available for schools looking to add technology to programs with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) to enhance offerings such as robotics clubs, math programs, coding, maker spaces and digital media courses. Funds can be utilized at Best Buy or outside vendors (like TeacherGeek!)

Chevron Canada Community Reinvestment Program

Grades: K-12, Community-Based
Range:
Not Specified 
Area: British Columbia, Alberta, Newfoundland, Labrador

Chevron’s areas of focus for community investment are health, education and training, and community capacity-building, identified as programs that address a community’s ability to build and sustain long-term economic development. Organizations must be a registered charitable organization or a registered non-profit society. We encourage requests for support that fall within our primary focus areas - medical/health based, STEM education providers, environmental impact, cultural organizations, skills/trades training, and youth leadership programs.

Imperial Oil Canada

Grades: K-12
Range:
Not Specified 
Area:
(Regions of Operating Interest) Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia 

 

GM Canada STEM Education Grants & Sponsorships

Grades: 3rd-12th grade, college (special emphasis on women + minorities)
Range:
Not Specified 

Committed to accelerating support for STEM education through initiatives that create opportunities for high-quality and relevant learning, both inside and outside the classroom. With a strategic focus on STEM education, GM's goal is to facilitate the development of a qualified and diverse STEM workforce, encourage presence, achievement and persistence in STEM education and careers and support greater participation of underrepresented population groups. The long-term vision is to use STEM education as a springboard to increase the number of students with employable labor skills for careers in STEM.