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One of the many things we value most is being able to use money from our Foundation to support people and organizations that may not otherwise have access to traditional funding sources and the Siminovitch Prize is...

Thank you, Jessica!

We are sad to announce the departure of the wonderful Jessica Fleming, who is stepping down from our Board of Directors this month. She has been a valuable member of the team, and we greatly appreciate...

SCOTT JOPLIN’S TREEMONISHA – A Musical Reimagining

KMHCF is proud to support Volcano Theatre’s production of Scott Joplin’s ‘Treemonisha – A Musical Reimagining.’ Co-Presented by Luminato Festival and TO Live. ‘Treemonisha’ is one of the few surviving classical musical pieces about the immediate...

2022 In Review

It was a busy year for the KM Hunter Charitable Foundation! Here are some of the highlights from our 2022 funding program: We celebrated the 2nd Indigenous Artist Award in collaboration with the Toronto Arts Council....

2022 Indigenous Artist Award

Now in its second year, the Toronto Arts Foundation Indigenous Artist Award recognizes an Indigenous professional artist or artist collective working in traditional or contemporary practices who has contributed significantly to arts and culture in Toronto...