Canada’s social support structures haven’t kept up with the changing demographics. By funding critical research and innovative programs, we’re helping to change that.
By 2036, nearly one in four Canadians will be over 65. It’s a growing and diverse segment of the population with complex needs.Learn about our cause
Our grants are designed with advice from experts to address the top priorities to improve quality of life as we age. From maintaining social engagement to improving geriatric education and research—our approach is designed to help tackle urgent needs today while also creating a more age-friendly future for us all.Learn about our grants
For Ontario’s teachers, making a difference in the community doesn’t end after they stop working. RTOERO recently gave almost $80,000 to 22 of its districts […]
In recognition of 50 years of RTOERO serving its education community in retirement, the RTOERO Foundation announced today a $50,000 grant to be awarded to […]
The RTOERO Foundation announced today the funding of four new projects, valued at $100,000, to address social isolation of older adults across the province. “Social […]