Recreation Equipment Program
Annual deadline--April 15 & November 15 Supports south east municipalities and organizations to purchase equipment for the implementation and delivery of recreation and physical activity programs. Visit www.southeastconnections.ca for more details.
Supports sport, culture, and recreation organizations to help cover the deficit of new or existing programs, clinics or workshops. Apply up to a maximum of $500.00 per application. For more details visit: www.southeastconnection.ca Monthly deadlines throughout the year.
Nurture the Cultural Life in Your Community!
Inspiring creativity can be a unique and innovative way to bring more people together, build social capital, and ultimately community! Holding a craft fair, community theatre performance, ethno-cultural marketplace, beading workshop, museum open house, talent show, dance demonstration, artist studio tour, film screening or heritage walk are just a few cultural activities known to bring people in communities together...and build a vibrant future for Saskatchewan! If you are interested in s...
Recreation Equipment Program
What is the purpose of the Recreation Equipment Program? This funding program provides financial assistance to south east municipalities and registered non-profit organizations for the purchase of recreation equipment for the implementation and delivery of recreation programs. The outcome of funding is to increase opportunities for safe and quality recreation programming. Preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate barriers to accessing safe and quality equipment for commu...
Get Our Community Moving Challenge!
Powered by Saskatchewan Blue Cross! Help your community win $10,000. to get more kids, more active, more often. March 3-17, 2014 Regster your community today! challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca
Nominate a Group Hometown Hero!
What is the Group Hometown Heroes Award? Earth Day Canada's Hometown Heroes Award Program recognizes groups and organizations that make significant environmental achievements in their community with the Group Hometown Heroes Award. The winning group is awared $10,000.00 to support their environmental work. Eligibility Requirements Earth Day considers group candidates who: Operate as a registered not-for-profit or charitable organization, volunteer group or school Demonst...
Funding for Service Groups
To Whom It May Concern, The R.M. is asking any service group or non-profit group in the area if they would like to be involved in a fundraiser with remunerations to be paid to your Service Group. Saskatchewan Scrap Tire Corporation is conducting a One Time FREE Scrap Tire Clean-Up. This project will be held in June, July and August. There will be a 3 week period within these 3 months to facilitate the scrap tire clean up project. Service groups (or non-profit groups) are valuable partners ...
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