Grants and Funding Details

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Saskatchewan playground and spray park grants can boost your project funding and get your community active sooner. 1 Stop Playgrounds can supply detailed budget information and images that will help with your grant application. We have the experience and expertise to make your project easy and amazing!

Scroll down to see a list of current grants and their deadlines.


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Under this grant, the Ministry of Government Relations’ First Nations and Métis Relations Unit may award a maximum of $45,000 for qualifying projects.

You may apply to a CDC for funding if your organization’s community is near a Saskatchewan casino. Applications are available for First Nations and non-First Nations groups.

Apply with your local district – preference is given to initiatives that will have the biggest impact to members and communities in their district.

Saputo partners with organizations whose core mission is to inform, motivate and pursue initiatives that help communities adopt healthy lifestyle habits through proper nutrition and physical activity.

Not a farmer but would like to participate? You can suggest an idea or initiative for a farmer to consider in his/her Canada’s Farmers Grow Communities application.

Rural communities can benefit from the FCC AgriSpirit Fund; cities and town who have less than 150,000 people may apply for donations between $5,000 and $25,000.

Apply for between $25,000 and $150,000 in capital funding for your project that promotes recreation, brings people together and increases physical activity.

Through the Richardson Foundation, Richardson International and its various divisions support community initiative like spray parks, playgrounds, sports and arena and community halls.

Sports organizations can apply for equipment grants through this legacy program.

Jordan’s Principle responds to unmet needs of First Nations children no matter where they live in Canada.

This federal program provides funding for projects that make Canadian communities and workplaces more accessible for persons with disabilities.

Shercom C.A.R.E.S® offers a grant for use of recycled tire products in Saskatchewan to registered charities, non-profit organizations, community associations and municipalities.

Kal’s RePlay Fund offers competitive grants to registered Canadian charities and non-profit organizations to access products made from recycled tires.

The Six Rivers Fund is focused on youth, education, health & wellness and sports & recreation. Every investment decision is made with these in mind.

Canada Post gives grants to charitable organizations, schools, libraries and communities to support children and youth initiatives.

This fund allows communities to create sport, culture and recreation programs and is administered by local municipalities.