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Coady International Institute St. Francis Xavier University
PO Box 5000 Antigonish, NS
Join the Coady Community Leaders' Club
Coady Community Leaders’ Club
The Coady Community Leaders’ Club specially recognizes donors who make annual gifts of $1,000 or greater, or who have set up an endowment.
To learn more about the benefits of becoming a CCLC member, contact us.
Canadian charitable tax receipts are issued by St. Francis Xavier University. US donors, please contact us at 1(902) 867-3960 to discuss donation options. CRA Registration # 10808 3270 RR0001
Support Future Coady Participants
Coady Scholarship Fund
Historically, close to two-thirds of accepted candidates are forced to defer or withdraw their participation due to a lack of personal and organizational financial resources. Scholarships provide the difference and ensure these dedicated leaders can access skill development opportunities.
You can designate your donation to the Coady Scholarship Fund today. Simply choose ‘Coady Scholarship Fund’ in the designation section when making a donation online.
Partner with Us
Coady often works in partnership with other organizations to bring about social change locally and globally. If you are interested in collaborating with Coady to support development, or implementation of programming in your community, contact Anthony Scoggins, Director of Education Programs and Project Development.
Become a Coady Neighbour
Coady Neighbours Program
Coady participants who study on-campus in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada may live in the community from ten days to five months. While here, we strive to provide connections with the local community – individuals and organizations – to create a supportive, memorable, and positive local community experience.
If you would like to support participants by connecting personally in shared learning and culture, please contact us for information about becoming a Coady Neighbour.
By supporting Coady International Institute, you are empowering community leaders to make impactful positive change in their communities locally and around the globe.
Learn about the impact Coady alumni are having through their stories of change.
A longtime partner has awarded Coady Institute a $30,000 grant in support of Indigenous women. The Donner Canadian Foundation funding will help Coady enhance its award-winning Indigenous Women in Community Leadership (IWCL) program for the coming decade. The grant will also ensure participation of Métis women in a newer program of online workshops and courses with specific curriculum and resources that will benefit communities.
Graduating students from Bishop’s University will now be eligible for the community leadership program along with those from the original four partner universities. The fellowship includes up to $40,000 in community project support.
Grace is the Executive Director for the Foundation for Women Affected by Conflicts (FOWAC) in Uganda, where she has founded a new initiative inspired by Katherine Fleming’s legacy, called Skilling the Girl Child.
It is helping people with a hand up. It is unleashing passion in people. It is unleashing a passion for change in individuals and communities. That is in your DNA at Coady.
I was first impressed by the Coady philosophy as a student at StFX in the 1950s and have followed the impressive work of Coady Institute ever since, and note how respected Coady is throughout the world. Janet and I are committed to build scholarships to provide support for individuals who will study at the Coady and bring their knowledge and leadership skills back to their communities.