Tour de Bleu 2022
A record breaking $5.6 million was raised in 2022 for Trillium Health Partners Seniors Care Program, taking the two year total to $10.5 million.
Over the years the Tour de Bleu has raised more than $33 million for notable charities such as SickKids Hospital, William Osler Health Centre, Markham Stouffville Hospital, the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Women’s College Hospital, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
Thank you to all donors, sponsors, and partners!
Tour de Bleu 2022
Giving Back with Our Grant Program
How it Works
Any Canadian charity whose work aligns with our funding priorities is welcome to apply to our Grant Program. Our grants range from one-time donations to multi-year funding opportunities.
Our Funding Priorities
- Children, Youth & Families
- Climate Change
- International Development
Changing the World Together:
Since launching in 2016, our Grant Program has supported hundreds of exemplary Canadian charities that create opportunities for young people to succeed and lead the charge for a sustainable future.
“Thank you to all our wonderful community partners. You’ve shown me what it really means to create something special and to make this world better.”
A strategic direction for 2022 and beyond
It’s an exciting time of growth at the Peter Gilgan Foundation. After a period of reflection and strategic review we have a refreshed direction that centres around sustainability, equity, and reconciliation.
A redoubled focus on the fight against climate change and several new themes under our other priorities mean we will be deepening relationships, engaging new partners, and growing our team.
Peter Gilgan makes historic donation of $105 million to Trillium Health Partners
Peter Gilgan has made a historic $105 million gift to Trillium Health Partners (THP) – the largest donation to a hospital in Canadian history.
The donation will support THP in building the largest and most advanced hospital in Canada, to be named “The Peter Gilgan Mississauga Hospital.” It will also help expand and redevelop Queensway Health Centre, which will be named “The Gilgan Family Queensway Health Centre.”