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The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award has been supporting young Canadians from across the country as they ​transform their passion into purpose to create community change.​


Stop ignoring your passion. Start building it.

Passion to Purpose (P2P) is a comprehensive, five-day youth forum that is designed to foster community service through civic leadership in young Canadians. Participants from across the country have engaged in inspirational keynotes, workshops, team building exercises and outdoor activities that develop passion into action plans that can be executed within their communities. Through the P2P program and in partnership with the Federal Government, young Canadians aged 15 to 30 have the opportunity to apply for a community grant in an effort to bring the projects to life.


That community project you have in mind? It won't reach anywhere unless you start it today. The Award is looking for young Canadians between the ages of 15-30 who are inspired with ideas and ready to take action through youth-led community service grants.​  We are offering:

$250: for small community projects
$750: for bigger projects with a small group
$1,500: for bigger projects with a larger group

You're never too young to make an impact in your community.  


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.