Grants and Funding

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Saskatchewan playground and spray park grants can boost your project funding and get your community active sooner.

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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.

Schools and community groups are eligible for this infrastructure improvement grant aimed at removing physical barriers in schools and communities.

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.

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.

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