Our Partners

 
 

Scotiabank

Scotiabank of Guelph was generous enough to open an account for the Julien Project and make a $4,000 donation in support of our community programming. 

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Ignatius Jesuit Centre

The Ignatius Jesuit Centre has provided our courtyard programming space and field garden plot since the Julien Project's inception in 2006.

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Wellington Catholic District School Board

Along with referring its students, the Wellington Catholic District School Board has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' community programming.

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University of Guelph

The University of Guelph provides the Julien Project with greenhouse space every spring. In addition, the faculties of Plant Agriculture and Adult Development provide us with third and fourth year practicum students.

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Brock Road Nursery

The Brock Road Nursery supports the Julien Project by donating plant material and seeds. In addition, Brock Road Nursery orders plant supplies on our behalf. 

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City of Guelph

The City of Guelph has funded the Julien Project through the Elevator Project and Wellbeing Grant. And in 2017, the Julien Project received the Mayor's Magic Maker award from the City.

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Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario

The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' community programming.

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Upper Grand District School Board

The Upper Grand District School Board refers its students to our programming. In addition, the Julien Project has purchased plant material from College Heights Secondary School.

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10 Carden

10 Carden has provided its space to the Julien Project for our Beauty and the Beets sale, as well as other fundraising events.

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Stantec

Stantec has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' marginalized youth and school programming.

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Guelph Police Service

The Guelph Police Services has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' marginalized youth and school programming.

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New Life Christian Reformed Church

The New Life Christian Reformed Church of Guelph has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' marginalized youth and school programming.

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Guelph Horticultural Society

The Guelph Horticultural Society has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' community programming.

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Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium

In 2018, the Julien Project received a $1000 grant from the Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium in support of a kitchen program with Lakeside HOPE House of Guelph.

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Kwik Kopy Printing (KKP) Guelph

KKP of Guelph supplies the Julien Project with all its printing and advertising needs. In addition, KKP has offered free design revisions on our brochure.

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Lakeside Hope House

In addition to referring members of its community, The Lakeside HOPE House of Guelph is collaborating with the Julien Project in 2018 on kitchen workshops.

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CIBC Wood Gundy

CIBC Wood Gundy has provided, and continues to provide funding for the Julien Projects' marginalized youth and school programming.

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