Ballerz United AcademyPor Keon Tatham August 2023
Adaptive Tennis for Neurodivergent ChildrenPor John Manning July 2023
Growing the Trans Power Soup SocialPor Alice Elizabeth Graham June 2023
Jour VertPor Eleanor Jimenez April 2015
Walkable PlanetsPor Jode Roberts April 2015
The Ouch! PackagePor Andrew Bacchus February 2015
HA Halbert Jr PS Community Garden and Kindy YardPor Nicole Miller August 2014
ArtBoxPor Genevieve Backus May 2014
LoveTOPor Nikki Fotheringham March 2014
World's First Interactive Project Gallery by KidsPor Andy Forest September 2013
#teetertotterPor Julian Michael Majewski May 2013
F-You: The Forgiveness ProjectPor tara muldoon March 2013
Teen Legal HelplinePor Matthew Boulos February 2013
LoveCRAFT T.O.Por David Carey December 2012
LITTLE FREE LIBRARY FOR TRINITY BELLEWOODS PARKPor Bill Wrigley September 2012
Park Yourself HerePor Andrew Chiu, Timothy Mitanidis, Marek Rudzinski September 2012
The Complete Street BandPor Justin Malecki August 2012
Toronto Bicycle Music FestivalPor James Davis August 2012
StopGapPor Luke Anderson July 2012
The Love Lettering ProjectPor Lindsay Zier-Vogel April 2012
Guerilla Gardening: perennial plantsPor Terry Aldebert March 2012
Bellwood's Push Mower Society (BPMs)Por Jason Yarwood January 2012
Flamin' RainbowsPor Alex Leitch December 2011
Ikea Hack InstallationPor Chris DeLuca November 2011
ChocoSol's Off-grid Chocolate Factory Mini-mobilePor Lorin Symington October 2011
Guerrilla fish taco standPor Derek Anderson September 2011
Carbon Capture JewelryPor Christopher Eli Wilmer August 2011
Attack of the 50-foot Rob FordPor Ryan Ringer June 2011
The Toronto Kiss MapPor Chris Kay Fraser May 2011
Cardboard Fort Night!Por Sherwin Tjia April 2011
The Mighty Wall of TicsPor Kenneth Butland March 2011
Connect the T-DotsPor Stephanie Avery February 2011
After six years away, we are thrilled to announce the return of Awesome Foundation Toronto 🎉
The Awesome Foundation in Toronto
The Awesome Foundation is a group of people getting together and pooling their own money to make exciting, helpful projects happen in their community.
AF projects run the gamut from meeting the needs of our communities (such as the Teen Legal Helpline) to inspiring the creativity in every neighborhood in Toronto (like the Toronto Bicycle Music Festival)—or, like Guerilla Gardening with native plants, both at once.
Our goal is to serve the entire Greater Toronto Area—to fund projects as widespread and diverse in geography, in identity, in life situation as our city and region.
Let's make your project happen!
If you have an idea for an amazing, community-oriented project that $1000 would bring to reality, please apply! The application process is light and designed to be accessible to everyone.
PS Want to help us make more Awesome, either as a dues-paying trustee or a volunteer helping with organization or marketing? Drop us a line, we'd love to chat!