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Funding

Sask Sport Inc. administers funding through the Sport Section of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund. These funds are made possible from the sale of lottery tickets in Saskatchewan.

Sask Sport Inc. offers a wide range of funding opportunities that support the growth and development of amateur sport in Saskatchewan. Funding is channeled through eligible Provincial Sport Organizations who support extensive participation towards excellence.

  • Annual Funding Assistance
  • Grant Programs
  • Appeal Process for Sport Grants
  • Scholarships

    For information on available grants or funding programs contact:

    Alison Brown, Sport Funding Coordinator
    (306) 780-9371


    Annual Funding Assistance

    Provincial Sport Governing Body (PSGB) and Multi-Sport Organization (MSO) Annual Funding
    Sask Sport Inc. through the Sport Section of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund provides core funding to provincial sport governing bodies and multi-sport organizations for development within four areas of support (Administration, Capacity/Interaction, Participation, Excellence). Provincial Sport Governing Bodies & Multi Sport Organizations on the Minister's eligibility list are eligible to apply.


    MAP
    Sask Sport Inc. provides funding through the Membership Assistance Program to enable Provincial Sport Governing Bodies to allocate funds directly to their respective clubs, leagues, or other affiliated members, to increase the number of participants and the quality of sport development in Saskatchewan communities.


    Grant Programs


    The purpose of the Aboriginal Community Sport Grant Program (ACSGP) is to provide greater sport participation and development opportunities for Aboriginal youth in Saskatchewan, especially youth living in urban, rural, on-reserve, isolated and northern communities.

    Eligible communities can access the grant program, which is funded by Sport Canada Aboriginal Participation and the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation. The grant is designed to support the development and implementation of community sport programs. For eligibility requirements, refer to the program guidelines and/or contact a support organization listed on page 3 of the Community Sport for Children and Youth Planning Toolkit. Completing this workbook and the worksheets will assist you with the grant application process for this grant as well as other funding programs.

    If you require any further information or if you have any questions about the Aboriginal Community Sport Grant Program please contact:

    Amy Shipley
    Community Development Consultant
    510 Cynthia Street
    Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7
    Phone: 306-975-0819
    Fax: (306) 242-8007

    or

    Wanda Cameron
    Funding Consultant
    510 Cynthia Street
    Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7
    Phone: (306) 975-0810
    Fax: (306) 242-8007


    Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence
    The purpose of the Saskatchewan Program for Athletic Excellence is to provide additional direct financial assistance to Saskatchewan's High Performance Athletes who are carded at the national level by Sport Canada.

    Please contact Michelle Dezell, Manager, Athlete Services at (306) 975-0861 if you require any further information or if you have any questions.


    Future Best
    To support the developmental needs of Saskatchewan athletes who have been identified by the National Sport Organization (NSO) as clearly demonstrating the potential to become a national senior team member and those who are seriously committed to attain this status through intense training, technical development and competitive success.

    Please contact Michelle Dezell, Manager, Athlete Services at (306) 975-0861 if you require any further information or if you have any questions.


    Parasport Equipment Grant
    The costs of specialized (adapted) equipment for people with a disability in sport is a significant barrier to their participation. This new grant program will assist in the purchase of adapted equipment which meets manufacturer’s qualification standards for disabled sport participation/competition.

    Please contact Michelle Dezell, Manager, Athlete Services at (306) 975-0861 if you require any further information or if you have any questions.


    Parasport Club Development Grant
    The costs of starting new sport clubs for people with a disability at the community level is high. This program is designed to support new developmental programs in communities or the expansion/enhancement of existing programs (e.g. integration of athletes with a disability in programming, new age categories). In either case the goal is to increase participation opportunities for people with a disability.

    Please contact Michelle Dezell, Manager, Athlete Services at (306) 975-0861 if you require any further information or if you have any questions.


    Hosting
    To support regional, national, and international amateur sport events hosted in Saskatchewan that build capacity in the sport system (excellence, infrastructure, human resources, participation), maximize economic & community benefits, and promote Saskatchewan culture and values. Provincial Sport Governing Bodies must apply on behalf of the hosting community or organization.

  • Regional Hosting Grant Guidelines
  • Regional Hosting Grant Application Form
  • Regional Hosting Grant Follow-up Form

  • National Hosting Grant Guidelines
  • National Hosting Grant Application Form
  • National Hosting Grant Follow-up Form

  • International Bid Allowance Guidelines
  • International Bid Allowance Application Form
  • International Bid Allowance Follow-up Form
  • International Hosting Grant Guidelines
  • International Hosting Grant Application Form
  • International Hosting Grant Follow-up Form


    University Sport Funding Program

    University Athletic Assistance Program
    To provide financial assistance to eligible Provincial Sport Governing Bodies (PSGBs) in support of Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) athletic programs at the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan.

    University PSGB Student-Athlete Awards Program
    To assist student-athletes competing in Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) for either the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan, through a provincial awards program in partnership with participating Provincial Sport Governing Bodies (PSGBs) and the Universities.

  • University Sport Funding Program Guidelines
  • University Sport Funding Application Form
  • University Athletic Assistance Program Follow-up Form
  • PSGB Student-Athlete Awards Program Follow-up Form

  • 1989 Jeux du Canada Games Foundation
    The 1989 Jeux du Canada Games left Saskatoon and Saskatchewan with legacies in facilities, community development and sport. Sport equipment from the Games was distributed to communities and organizations throughout the province for use by amateur athletes.

    The 1989 Jeux du Canada Games Foundation seeks to maximize another legacy of the Games - funds remaining after the completion of the event. The Foundation distributes the interest accrued on the invested money on an annual basis to assist in the development of amateur sport in Saskatchewan.

    Please contact Heather Kuttai, Executive Director at (306) 230-2143 if you require any further information or if you have any questions.


    Scholarships

    Glenn Tuck Memorial Scholarship
    Four scholarships of $1,500 each are available per academic year to students of the University of Regina (2 awards) and the University of Saskatchewan (2 awards). Eligible candidates must have completed at least two years of study enrolled in Kinesiology, or Education with a major in Kinesiology/Physical Education.

    One scholarship of $1000 is available to students of the Recreation and Community Development at Saskatchewan Polytechnic at Kelsey Campus. Full time second year students that are eligible for graduation at the end of the semester and have a minimum grade point average of 70 at the end of semester III are eligible to apply.

    Application forms are available through the corresponding Award Offices.

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