Personalized medicine

funding project

Personalized medicine in which a simple blood test predicts outcomes and shapes therapy is the future of medicine. The most common form of autoimmune disease is rheumatoid arthritis (RA), which affects over 2 million Canadians.

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Getting Women

(and their children)

out of poverty

For our second funding initiative, the CGOV Foundation and partners and clients of CGOV Asset Management are working with the Canadian Women’s Foundation (CWF), to fund and support women in programs across Canada that help them move out of poverty.

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Breaking the cycle of poverty

funding a homework club for at-risk youth in Peel

Ross and Roberts conducted a research study on income and children on behalf of the Canadian Council on Social Development. Their article, “Income and Child Wellbeing: A New Perspective on the Poverty Debate,” found that low-income children and youth are adversely impacted in the areas of behaviour, learning and cultural and recreational participation.

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Supporting Aboriginal Women

and Girls in Crisis

The Canadian Women’s Foundation takes a positive approach to address the root causes of the most critical issues facing women and girls. They invest in carefully selected community programs that produce the strongest outcomes, and that serve women and girls who face the highest risks and have the least access to services, such as those who live in our remote northern communities.

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Water Security

and conservation

To select our first environmental grant project, we emailed a survey to our clients asking them to choose what areas of the environment were most important to them. Water security and conservation came up as the top priority in that sector. 

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Memberships

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