WI Canada Awards
The Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Canadian Woman of the Year Award will be awarded each year to an outstanding woman who exemplifies the legacy left by Adelaide Hunter Hoodless.
Nominees are evaluated on their work in supporting and mentoring women, as well as their leadership activities within their communities.
Stay tuned for the 2020 Call for Nominations later this year.
Erland Lee Award
This prestigious award is presented annually by the WI Canada to a man who most exemplifies those qualities of Erland Lee who's support led to the founding of the Women’s Institute.
Nominees are evaluated on their contributions and support of local, provincial and/or National WI initiatives.
Nominations are accepted from any level of the WI organization but must be submitted through the Provincial Representative to WI Canada. Each province is welcome to nominate as many supporters as they wish.
Letters of nomination must be received no later than March 31 of each year along with a cheque for $15.00, payable to “Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada”, must accompany the nomination. This cost is the responsibility of the nominating body.
Presentation of certificates is the responsibility of the nominator.
International Peace Garden Scholarship
The Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada in partnership with the International Peace Garden Foundation have been pleased to support a learning and leadership initiative at the International Peace Garden. Young women who participated in the program developed their leadership skills while building a foundational knowledge of environmental management and horticulture education in the twenty-first century.
Participants received full travel, room, and board support while working with International Peace Garden staff and volunteers.
Support our Scholarship Funds
Are you inspired by WI Canada? Do you know an award or scholarship recipient? Consider making a donation to the Scholarship Fund in their honour and help continue the legacy of our founders and the generations of women making Canada a better place for us all.