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Passion to Purpose (P2P) is a comprehensive, fully accommodated, youth forum that is designed to foster community service through civic leadership in young Canadians. Young people from across the country engage in inspirational keynotes, workshops, team building exercises and outdoor activities that develop their passion into an action plan that can be implemented within their communities. Through the P2P program and in partnership with the Federal Government, young Canadians have the opportunity to apply for a community grant of up to $1,500 in an effort to bring the projects to life.

Did you apply for Passion to Purpose 2020 at the University of Waterloo?

This event ​is cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. We are hoping to create smaller events with the same experience in the future once social distancing measures are lifted. We are monitoring the situation daily, and will work to confirm a new date once clearance has been issued by the Federal Government. 

What can you do today?

Consider applying for our Passion to Purpose Community Service Grant of either $250, $750 or $1,500 to do a community service project that are within health guidelines of your local and provincial area. Now more than every doing something of service for your community is needed. Apply today!

Please note the following:

Participants with approved grants must follow and comply with their health guidelines of your local and provincial area. 
We are currently prioritizing grant applications that respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are postponing approvals on projects with in-person gatherings and large functions until further notice. We encourage you to think about having your projects done online whether on social media platforms or conferencing tools. ​



Passion to Purpose is an initiative developed under the Canada Service Corps, a federal program that is being developed by youth, for youth. The program aims to support young Canadians to get involved in the community through service opportunities.