The Muttart Foundation is a private foundation which supports charities in Canada, primarily in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Strengthening the Charitable Sector
The Muttart Foundation believes that Canada is best served through a strong, independent and interconnected voluntary sector. It also believes that foundations and other funders can help ensure the sector maintains and gains strength.
The Early years of a child’s life provide the foundation for development. A healthy birth, a nurturing home environment, and caring and supportive communities are critical in helping every child reach their full potential.
Max Bell Foundation Now Accepting Applications for 2020 Public Policy Training Institute
August 21, 2019
Canadian charities have a long history of helping to inform and shape public policy at municipal, provincial, and federal levels. For many, it’s a key strategy for advancing their missions. Whether your organization has experience in public policy advocacy or is relatively new to the field, this extraordinary professional development opportunity will help you improve….
Muttart Releases New Report – A Description of Post-Secondary Early Learning and Child Care Programs in Alberta
August 13, 2019
The Muttart Foundation has prepared the current discussion paper. Across Canada, the capacity of provincial and territorial governments to advance the delivery of high-quality early learning and care services rests, in large measure, on their ability to develop and support better qualified early childhood educator workforces. The following report, prepared with the input of post-secondary…
An Analysis of the Multilateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework and the Early Learning and Child Care Bilateral Agreements.
May 2, 2019
On June 12, 2017, the Canadian government announced the signing of a Multilateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework agreement with Canada’s provincial and territorial governments and went on to negotiate three year bilateral agreements that set out how much federal funding for early learning and child care would be allocated and spent by each…