Nottawasaga Futures is proud to announce our partnership with the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, the Town of Innisfil, and the Town of New Tecumseth to support a pilot program, expanding mental health consultation services to our local business community.
Contact Martin Kuzma at 705-435-1540 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked a series of questions, none of which will include any personal health information.
Once you are confirmed as an entrepreneur or business owner, you will be connected directly to a mental health professional for up to 5 hours free of charge.
Speak confidentially with a mental health professional either by phone or online.
Nottawasaga Futures Board of Directors Vacancy
Mar 16, 2021
Do you have an interest in becoming a volunteer member of a Board that helps local businesses?
Then we would love to chat with you!
We are Nottawasaga Futures, a community economic development agency serving the South Simcoe area.
Nottawasaga Futures is governed by a Board of Directors made up of enthusiastic and forward-thinking volunteers who ...
• Volunteer 2-4 hours per month and
• Have backgrounds in finance, accounting, entrepreneurship or
• Experience in community economic development
• Enjoy working with a diverse group of volunteers
Sound Interesting? Contact Martin Kuzma,CEO via email or phone.
To find out more information about our organization please go to our website:
Regional Relief and Recovery Fund Success Story
Mar 30, 2021
Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan has helped to protect millions of jobs, provide emergency support to families, and keep businesses afloat as they deal with the impact of COVID-19. A central part of this is the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF), which helps support those who may not be eligible for other programs.
Since May 2020, Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs) have been delivering targeted RRRF support to businesses in their communities. With their local expertise and connections, southern Ontario CFDCs have been trusted partners of the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) to deliver this funding to support local businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to stay afloat and maintain jobs.
In this time, Nottawasaga Community Futures Development Corporation has provided $2,079,888.67 in liquidity support to help 49 local businesses in South Simcoe impacted by the pandemic to cover costs and maintain 98 jobs. The funding is making a difference in the South Simcoe area by providing businesses the support they need to navigate the uncertainty of the pandemic while finding ways to grow for the future.
For example, Alliston Flooring Inc., which supplies and installs different types of flooring for retail and commercial clients, located in Alliston, was struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With RRRF support through Nottawasaga Community Futures Development Corporation they received liquidity support and have expanded their operations and have pivoted to a virtual sales model. Alliston Flooring Inc. is now better positioned for sustainability and growth. The funding has provided the company with the ample runway to weather the storm and to be there for their customers when they needed them.
“On a much larger scale the RRRF Funding has allowed us to be more competitive by instituting an app that enables our showroom to be virtual, where we can have client meetings and be able to offer them the same experience as if they were physically in the store.”
- Nana Boateng, Alliston Flooring Inc.
This website is supported by the following partners
Nottawasaga Community Economic Development Corporation
Nottawasaga Community Futures Development Corporation
NT Temps Inc.
The Federal Economic Development Agency of Southern Ontario