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The IEEE Canadian Foundation cultivates relationships and resources to advance the IEEE core purpose to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

To fulfill its role, the IEEE Canadian Foundation relies on donations to support McNaughton Centres across Canada, award scholarships and grants to innovative projects; and administers donor designated funds that support a variety of humanitarian projects and peer recognition programs of IEEE in Canada.

The IEEE Canadian Foundation recognizes 2014 as our twentieth year of operation as an independent Canadian Charity, recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency. Thank you to our donors and volunteers for making this possible and for your continued support. For our full history, please click the link to the left.

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News bulletins...      Next deadline is Aug 15 for applications for Special Grants and VT Travel Grants. Please donate while renewing your IEEE membership - look for the "IEEE Canadian Foundation" line or donate online using our website.
Our Donors are Appreciated
You can donate directly and securely in Canadian dollars and receive tax receipts by return email using a specialized Canadian donation website, or in other ways as described on our donations page. Any amount, any time, is appreciated.
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Scholarships and prizes can be endowed. Future giving can be planned by naming the foundation as a beneficiary in your will or life insurance policy.

Meet Our Donors
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Theodore Wildi, IEEE Life Senior Member, has been recognized for his leadership in the field of electrical engineering as an industrialist, inventor, educator, and outstanding contributor to the development of power distribution and control systems and the technical and scientific literature.
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Our Grants lead to Success
Our grants assist our young engineers and engineering students, to develop practical skills. Here is one of our success stories.

The Space Elevator is a system based on a super-strong ribbon going from the surface of the Earth to a point beyond geosynchronous orbit. Vehicles climb the ribbon powered by a beam of energy projected from the surface of the Earth.

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A multidisciplinary team from the University of Saskatchewan wins first place in NASA's 2010 space elevator competition.
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The IEEE Canadian Foundation provides grants to establish and upgrade IEEE McNaughton Learning Resource Centres in 33 Canadian Universities and Colleges across Canada. These centres enhance the learning experience of our engineering students.
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