The Bullitt Foundation believes that positive environmental impact begins with innovation and partnership. With grant making focused on the Pacific Northwest Emerald Corridor—specifically, the region stretching from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, British Columbia (bordered by the Cascades on the east)—the Foundation funds ACT’s special project on Biodiversity-led Green Infrastructure.

Aqueduct Foundation exclusively offers “donor advised funds”, which are charitable giving accounts normally established by individual donors or families. The donors or their designated successors are able to choose the charities their fund supports. Aqueduct is unusual among Canadian charitable foundations in enabling gifts of both income and capital. A fund may have a short-term, transitional purpose, or be structured as a perpetual endowment.

The Morris J. Wosk Centre uses dialogue and engagement to facilitate transformative conversations and create real-world impact for society’s most pressing challenges. They strengthen Canadian democracy by promoting democratic values and innovation, spread best practices by providing dialogue training and tools, and help governments to engage citizens and stakeholders through their consulting services.