The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation (The Foundation) is once again receiving funding applications for local capital projects.
The deadline to submit funding applications is 4 p.m., Saturday, May 1, 2021, with successful projects announced later that month.
To be eligible for funding, projects must be located in Lambton County. Additional eligibility criteria can be found on The Foundation’s website, www.jnaf.ca, under Contribute an Idea.
Over its 30 year history The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has advanced more than $5 million to numerous community projects including: Withdrawal Management Services at Bluewater Health; the installation of artificial turf at Norm Perry Park in Sarnia; the construction of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery; portable bleachers for the Lambton County fairs; an accessible ramp for the post office in Oil Springs; a food trailer for the Lions Club; cabin renovations for Scouts Canada’s Camp Attawandaron; a Simulated Intensive Care Unit for Lambton College; and renovations to the Brigden Fair Grounds and the Kineto Theatre.
The Foundation works with municipal and community leaders to identify capital projects for which the organization can make a significant difference. The Foundation ultimately funds initiatives that share one common goal, “to improve the community at large and the lives of residents of Lambton County”.