Foundation / Corporation
KidSport Greater Victoria - Active Girls Committee
Grants to British Columbia nonprofit societies, athletes, schools, and municipal recreation departments in eligible locations to increase the participation of girls in sports and physical activities. Funding is intended to support programming, training activities, camps, conferences, equipment, registration fees, coaching, and other related expenses. Requests will be accepted from qualifying applicants in the Capital Regional District.
The Active Girls grant program seeks to help balance the playing field, encouraging ongoing and increased engagement by girls in sport and physical activity. Grants are available for both individuals as well as organizations.
Proud to Play like a Girl and Performance Development Individual Grants
Funds may be used for (this list is not inclusive):
Play It Forward Organizational Grant: This is a grant, of up to $1,000 per applicant organization. This grant is designed to support community organizations' (municipal recreation, schools, not-for-profits) delivery of physical activity and sport programs for girls aged 10-18 living in the Capital Regional District. The intent is to support organizations who reach underserved groups of girls, those who offer non-traditional sport and physical activities for girls, or those who are working to increase the participation numbers of girls in existing physical activity and sporting programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 161053
- Proud to Play Like a Girl Grant: $250
- Performance Development Grant: $500
- Play it Forward Grant: Up to $1,000
Play it Forward Grant is to be spent by May 1, 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
- For Guidelines and Criteria, and to apply online for "Proud to Play Like a Girl" and "Performance Development" grants: https://telus-ccyjr.formstack.com/forms/activegirls1014
- For the Play It Forward grant: Email the completed application pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Canada: British Columbia: Capital Regional District;
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