The Lyle S. Hallman Foundation provides grants to charitable organizations in Waterloo Region that support health, education and children’s initiatives that inspire and grow individual and community potential.
Our values are based on a deep-rooted sense of responsibility to our community and a belief that it is better to work in partnership than in isolation. The Foundation gives priority to prevention and early intervention initiatives. We value cooperation between different agencies that results in a more integrated community approach.
The Lyle S. Hallman Foundation (LSHF) acknowledges that our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples. We are situated on lands within the Haldimand Treaty of 1784, a formally ratified agreement recognizing six miles on either side of the Grand River as treaty territory belonging to Six Nations of the Grand River. We also acknowledge the enduring presence and deep traditional knowledge, laws, and philosophies of the Indigenous peoples with whom we share this land today. We strive to continue to learn the truth and embrace the ongoing work of decolonizing our practices and programs.
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