Application Process

How to Apply

Are you or someone you know in need of assistance from Ceridian Cares? Here’s what to do:

  • 1

    Review the Ceridian Cares Application Criteria.

    • Please note that Ceridian Cares will not provide grants to the same recipient in consecutive years.
  • 2

    Gather all the required documents:

    • Recipient’s Canadian birth certificate, passport, Indian status card or permanent residence card. We do not accept health cards or driver's licenses.
    • The most recent year’s Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Notice of Assessment for ALL adults in the household (over 18 years of age). We do not accept tax filing documents and only the CRA Notice of Assessment.
    • Two quotes/estimates from vendor(s) or service provider(s) for the cost of the item(s) for which the financial assistance is being requested
    • Optional: Letter from a third party (e.g. Doctor, Teacher, Social Worker, Therapist)
  • 3

    Once you have the all required documents, follow the steps below to apply:

    • Click on the “Apply Now” button
    • Fill in all the required fields of the Grant Application Form
    • Scan and upload all the required documents
    • Click “Submit”


    If you require a paper copy of the application, please send an email with your full name and mailing address to

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For Your Information:

  • You can expect a response within 90 days from the date of your submission, advising you of the status of your application.
  • A member of the Ceridian Cares team may contact you to request additional details pertaining to your application.
  • Ceridian Cares reserves the right to verify that funds disbursed have been used for the purposes for which they were approved.
  • Ceridian Cares may ask for your participation in Ceridian Cares promotional activities, but will only do so with your consent, and in accordance with our Privacy Policy.
  • For the Basic Essentials grant type, recipient annual household income must be at or below the “Low Income Cut Off before tax” level as defined by Stats Canada
  • For the Quality of Life grant type, recipient annual household income must be at or below the “median total income in their province or territory” as defined by Stats Canada