WHO WE ARE
The Horner Foundation is a family-based charity dedicated to partnering with community-based organizations that provide youth, aged 10-19, hands-on experiential learning opportunities through Out of School Time (OST) to foster positive youth development.
We work in 4 geographic regions, determined by where family members live, their specific interests and needs identified by the community.
All youth will be empowered to realize their full potential and become active participants in their communities.
All youth will have ample opportunities both inside and outside the classroom to experience a diversity of quality learning styles and frameworks.
All youth will be healthy, strong and well-prepared for the 21st Century.
2019-2021 Grantees Announced
From a record number of applicants, thirty-nine (39) Grantees from four (4) geographic regions have been awarded grants for the 2019-2021 Grant Cycle.
Over the two-year grant cycle, grantees will receive awards ranging from $4,000 - $100,000.00 USD. Please see 2019-2021 Grantees for information and details on funded projects.
The next Horner Foundation 2021-2023 Funding Cycle will open on January 4, 2021. Check back for more information.
ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL Indigenous Food Sovereignty Capacity Building & Funding Stream
This initiative works to support indigenous food sovereignty in the South Vancouver Island Region by offering funding and days of learning opportunities for the community. This initiative was created in collaboration with the 9 nations (Songhees, Esquimalt, Tsartlip/W̱JOȽEȽP, Tseycum/WSIḴEM, Tsawout/SȾÁUTW, Pauquachin/BOḰEĆEN, T’Sou-ke, Scia’new, Pacheedaht) to further the work towards reconciliation and revitalization of traditional practices.
For more information, contact Tracy directly at or visit the website: https://www.indigenousfoodsinitiative.com/
We recognize the Coast Salish Territories, specifically the Lkwungen, W̱SÁNEĆ and Nuu-chah-nulth peoples. We thank the Songhees, Esquimalt, Tsartlip/W̱JOȽEȽP, Tseycum/WSIḴEM, Tsawout/SȾÁUTW, Pauquachin/BOḰEĆEN, T’Sou-ke, Scia’new, and Pacheedaht Nations,
for sharing their lands, upon which we live and work.
We recognize the Territories of the Lenni-Lenape peoples whose traditional lands include present-day New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, New York City, and Lower-Hudson Valley, for sharing their lands upon which we live and work.
We recognize the Territories of the Ohlone (also known as Costanoan) peoples whose homeland includes San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas, for sharing their lands, upon which we live and work.