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Every good project needs funding to get off the ground. Find out about funding opportunities across Canada that you may be eligible for.

Fifteen projects that benefit Basin youth were recently approved to receive funding through Columbia Basin Trust’s Youth Grants Program. The projects will receive a total of $107,400.

The Heart & Stroke Foundation is two weeks to the day away from launching the 2014 version of their My Healthy Community Grant Program as part of its Heart Healthy Children & Youth Strategy.

The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) provides grants and capacity building supports to grassroots, youth-led initiatives and community-based organizations that serve youth who are facing multiple barriers to economic and social wellbeing.

N7 is our commitment to bring sport and all of its benefits to Native American and Aboriginal communities in the United States and Canada. Through activity, competition and play you can unleash the power of your generation.

At the centre of the RBC Learn to Play Project is a charitable commitment to support organizations that are working to deliver quality sport and recreation programming to children.

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Ten incentive grants are available to Ontario-based organizations interested in addressing the psycho-social factors that impact women and girls’ participation in sport and physical activity through participation, leadership or capacity building projects.

Provides information about the program which offers low income Calgarians subsidized access to City of Calgary registered recreation programs and admissions to aquatic and fitness centres, leisure centres and golf courses.

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