Community Well-Being

The 2023 Community Well-Being Project is now open! Deadline to Apply is April 21st, 2023.

Please review the guidelines.

If you are eligible, please fill out the application form.

The Community Well-Being Program was developed in 2018 through programs offered by the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) when Huron-Kinloss was in the site-selection process and learning more about Canada's Long Term Plan for Used Nuclear Fuel.
The Township of Huron-Kinloss invested $300,000 into the community through grants related to:
  • arts, culture and heritage
  • sports and recreation
  • social and health
  • environmental and other
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2020 Community Well-Being Program. We are happy to share a few of the successful project photos. 

Photo Gallery: 2020 Community Well-Being will appear here on the public site.


The 2020 Successful Recipients of the Community Well-Being Program include:  

Community Well-being Recipients

Bruce Botanical Food Gardens


Building raised planter boxes to maximize growing season

HAWK Theatre


A new sound system

South Kinloss Presbyterian Church


Painting the Roof

Ripley Christmas Hamper


Christmas gifts, clothes, food for area families in need of assistance at Christmas time

Kinloss Community Centre


A new energy efficient furnace and duct work

Pine River Watershed Initiative Network


Tree purchasing and planting

Huron-Bruce Minor Hockey – Parent's Auxiliary


New jerseys for the Huron-Bruce Minor Hockey Association

Pine River United Church


Automatic Door for the building

Ripley Agricultural Society


Door replacement, repairs and maintenance to the Ag Society Building

Purple Grove Community Centre


Upgrade front door to make it accessible

Ripley-Huron Community School – Student Council Committee


Outdoor pergola for the playground

Point Clark Boat Club


Repairs to the Point Clark Harbour break wall

Lucknow Agricultural Society


Pole Barn Project

Huron Bruce Minor Hockey Association


Power Skating, drills and ice rental

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 440 Ladies Auxiliary


Construction of a new pantry

Lucknow Horticultural Society


Self-watering containers for planters

Ripley Curling Club


Construct an addition to the building to store rain-watering collection tanks

Kincardine and District Community Living


Summer Supported Volunteer Program

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kincardine


Purchase outdoor games and equipment for the "Littles"

Mayfair Ukulele Group


New music stands, music sheets and uniforms