Funds available for community groups

Community competition could bring funding for great ideas

Aviva Canada Inc., one of the country’s leading providers of home, auto, leisure and business insurance, is pleased to announce the return of the Aviva Community Fund competition – Canada’s longest running online community competition.

With over $2.5 million dollars given away to date, the Aviva Community Fund is making a difference in communities across the country.

Starting today, Canadians can go to AvivaCommunityFund.org to submit local community ideas for a chance to be funded with the $1,000,000 Aviva Community Fund.

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