Founded in 1990, the Estonian American Fund's mission is to help the educational, medical and scientific development in Estonia, to promote development of democratic institutions, and to provide equipment and supplies to institutions that care for the ill, children and poor.
Founded in 1998, the Integration Foundation initiates and supports projects/activities that promote integration in Estonian society and coordinates the efficient use of different resources in this area.
National Foundation of Civil Society (NFCS) is state financed civil society fund in Estonia. According to the Statute, the goal of NFCS is to help building the capacity of Estonian non-profit associations and foundations to develop civil society and shape an environment that fosters civic action.
Established in 2000, Enterprise Estonia (EAS) is a national foundation that aims to develop Estonian economy through three principal areas of activity: Developing Estonian enterprises and boosting export capacity, increasing tourism revenue, and bringing high value-added foreign investments to Estonia.
The Estonian Central Council in Canada (ECC)/Eestlaste Kesknõukogu Kanadas (EKN), represents the interests of the members and organizations of the Estonian community in Canada. ECC/EKN is recognized by all three levels of government as the voice of Canadian Estonians, and continues to lobby and advocate for the community.