The Canada-UK Foundation has a number of ways to support your research.

The Foundation’s charitable mission is to provide support for education concerning Canada in the UK. That means supporting the study of Canada, in all its forms, here in the UK and showcasing Canadian talent and uniqueness on the world stage.

In the past year we have supported an initiative aimed at ending the use of child soldiers in conflict by prominent humanitarian Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire and a showcase of work by Canadian fashion designer Sid Neigum. Through the University of Aberdeen we supported a photographic exhibition and events programme structured around the work of Nakota artist Tanya Harnett, who has recently been elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. The exhibition, which had it’s run extended as a result of popular demand, received excellent reviews in national magazines.

We welcome the opportunity to build new partnerships across all topics of Canadian interest. If you or your organisation would like to sponsor a new collaboration, or if you have an idea that you would like to suggest to the Foundation, please contact us using the links below.

Further information on grants is available by following the links to the right of this page.