Foundation / Corporation
Recreation and Parks Association of the Yukon
Grants of up to $500 to Yukon nonprofits, schools, public agencies and community groups to increase physical activity levels of teens at school and in the community. Applications are currently being accepted on an ongoing basis. Funding may be requested for the delivery of school or community recreation programs for youth aged 13-19, wages to support existing and new programs, and training for leaders and staff.
Programs that run at least twice per week and include 45-60 minutes of physical activity per sessions (minimum is 30 minutes of MVPA once per week) can apply for up to $500. One time special events that introduce inactive youth to a new, lifelong activity can apply for up to $250.
GrantWatch ID#: 166453
Ongoing Programs: Up to $500.
One-time Events: Up to $250.
Action Grant recipients must complete the reporting requirements when the funded program or activity ends or, at the latest, by April 30, 2016.
Anne Morgan, Executive Director
509 Hanson Street
Whitehorse Yukon, Y1A 1Y9
4061 – 4th Avenue
Whitehorse Yukon, Y1A 1H1
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