Funding a Local, Provincial/State,
or National Injured Worker Support Group

To bring injured workers together
for a common fight,
locally, nationally,
and internationally!

This section of the website has been setup
to provide injured workers
with information on how to fund an injured worker support group.

I have provided some programs I am aware of and will add more when I learn of them. If you know of any programs that are not listed here please let me know and I will gladly give you the credit for providing me that information

There are many government programs which offer interest free loans, low interest, or grants. You do NOT pay back grants.

I have provided some programs I am aware of and will add more when I learn of them. If you know of any programs that are not listed here please let me know and I will gladly give you the credit for providing me that information.


Canada Summer Jobs Grant Program

This is a program hosted by the federal government the only conditions are the group is registered as a non-profit or charity organization and have a payroll account with revenue Canada.

This program will fund 100% of the wages paid to summer students for any work you need them to do for your group. Additionally, the program also provides additional funding for the costs of payroll. The purpose is to provide students with working experience. For example, you can hire university/college students to maintain your website or create one, perform phone canvasing, write grants, perform research, and many other tasks.

The program submission date, each year, is by late January. So, for this year the program is closed. However, you can get your group ready to apply for next year. By reviewing the requirements and applying for a business registration and payroll account with Revenue Canada. I will be providing specific instructions and details on the page Registering a Group page. To learn more about the Federal Government’s Canada Summer Jobs Program click here.


COVID-19 Relief for Non-profits and Charity Groups

If your injured worker group was smart enough to register as a non-profit or Charity organization, you are maybe fortunate enough to receive special funding from the Federal and/or Provincial/Territorial Governments.

Federal Government of Canada COVID-19 Relief
The Federal Government of Canada has announced many programs to help non-profit and charity business to manage through COVID-19.

Some of the programs include interest-free loans, rent subsidy, regional relief and recovery benefits and others. For more information click here

Government of Ontario COVID-19 Relief
The Government of Ontario has announced many programs to help non-profit and charity business to manage through COVID-19. There are such programs as where eligible small businesses can apply for grants to help with the cost of personal protective equipment (PPE). Businesses in modified Stage 2 regions (control or lockdown) can also apply for rebates to help with fixed costs, such as property tax and energy bills.

There is also the newly introduced Ontario Small Business Support Grant, which provides grants starting at $10,000 for all eligible businesses, the grant provides businesses with funding to a maximum of $20,000 to help cover decreased revenue expected as a result of the Provincewide Shutdown effective December 26, 2020.

For more informaiton click here.