Rivers West District Grant Programs

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Members of Rivers West District may participate any of the following grants throughout the year, April 1 - March 31, as long as membership is in good standing.

Funding is dependent upon availability from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund (SLTF). For more information on how the SLTF helps in your community, click here.

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First Nation and Métis Funding Opportunities

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Here you will find grants from Sask Sport, SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association, the Government of Saskatchewan and many more for grants specified to First Nation and Métis.

 First Nation and Métis Funding Document

 

**New**

To provide financial assistance to Indigenous athletes to excel in sport at the elite level.
Elite includes being named to a provincial team, competing at a national level, or other
competitive levels as determined by the committee.
For Guidelines CLICK HERE
For Application CLICK HERE

Community Based Funding Opportunities

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The grants below range from active families, breakfast programs and community funds to green space development grants.

Community Based Funding Document

 

Grants of up to $5,000 available for the ParticipACTION Community Challenge 2023

We’re leveling the playing field by empowering individuals and strengthening communities through the power of sport and physical activity.

We encourage community organizations to apply for grants of up to $5,000 from Dec. 14 to Feb. 1 for the ParticipACTION Community Challenge 2023, which will take place throughout June. These grants are designed to increase sport and physical activity participation, with an emphasis on equity-deserving groups, and can be used for staffing, training, promotion, equipment or venue rentals.

Everyone should enjoy the mental and physical benefits of getting active, including the essential feeling of inclusion and belonging in a community – however you define it. Stay tuned for the challenge grant launch in mid-December!

To learn more, attend the informative Community Challenge webinar on December 15 at 1 p.m. EST

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER