SPRINT Senior Care’s primary funder is the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The Toronto Central LHIN was assigned by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to plan, integrate, and fund local health services. They fund 170 health service providers that offer a variety of services, including a community care access centre, community health centres, community support services, hospitals, long-term-care homes, and mental health and addiction services.
The City of Toronto and the United Way of Greater Toronto provide robust support to several services at SPRINT Senior Care: The City of Toronto through its Community Service Partnerships grants, which are aimed at facilitating access to services that improve social outcomes for vulnerable, marginalized, and high-risk communities; and the United Way of Greater Toronto through its commitment to helping seniors live independently.
SPRINT Senior Care also receives supplementary funding for specific programs from: the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the New Horizons for Seniors Program, and the Nissan Canada Foundation.