Finding Funding

Organizations Offering Sport, Culture, Recreation Funding

Links to Funding Sources

SPORT Funding (also see Kid Sport and Jump Start info below)

CULTURE Funding (also see Creative Kids info below)


GENERAL Community Funding


KidSport™ believe that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.

KidSport™ - Gull Lake
Box 437, Gull Lake, SK, S0N 1A0
Phone: 306-672-4449   Fax: 306-672-3777

KidSport™ - Shaunavon
Box 2333, Shaunavon, SK, S0N 2M0
Phone: 306-297-8637

KidSport™ - Swift Current
Box 1994, Swift Current, SK, S9H 0B6
Phone: 306-778-4770  Fax: 306-778-4775

KidSport™ - Moose Jaw
PO Box 1811, Moose Jaw, S6H 7K8

KidSport™ - Badlands
Committee Temporarily Disbanded

KidSport™ - Provincial Office
1870 Lorne, Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2L7
Phone: 306-780-9345  Fax: 306-781-6021

Applications for KidSport™ funding can be sent to any of the local chapter offices or to the provincial office. Feel free to call your local chapter or the provincial office if you have questions or would like more information.

Together, we can help kids play sports, have fun and live a healthy/active lifestyle!!


Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a nationally registered charity dedicated to removing financial barriers so kids across Canada have the opportunity to get off the sidelines and into the game. Whether it’s the chance to try a sport for the very first time or to continue with a favourite physical activity, Jumpstart makes it possible for all kids to participate.

Jumpstart - Swift Current
PO Box 1131
Swift Current, SK
S9H 3X3
Phone: 306-773-0032  Email:
Deadlines: January 1 to May 15 and July 1 to November 1

Submissions are accepted during the above dates only. Early submission is encouraged.

Jumpstart - Moose Jaw
City of Moose Jaw, Parks & Recreation Department
228 Main Street North, 4th Floor
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8
Fax: 306-692-7151  Email:
Deadlines: Jumpstart has new quarterly submission deadlines: January 15th,March 31st, June 30th and September 30th each year

Jumpstart - Moose Jaw, Minor Hockey Participants

The Jumpstart Big Play provides funding of up to $500/per child to participate in minor hockey, subject to Jumpstart’s other funding maximums and/or local demands. Applications will be approved on a first come, first served basis

Creative Kids

Any family with challenges paying for art and cultural lessons or activities is eligible to apply. Due to demand, Creative Kids helps families with gross income less than $40,000, although they do consider other family circumstances. Guidelines are:

  • Creative Kids is open to Saskatchewan residents
  • Citizens of Lloydminster (as a border community) are eligible
  • Applicants can be 4 to 19 years old
  • Newcomers to Saskatchewan may apply if they are Permanent Residents of Canada

Creative Kids may provide up to $750 per child per calendar year.

Be sure to apply before your activity starts. Creative Kids can't pay for activities that have already happened.

Application dates for 2018:
  • January 26 - For activities beginning in February, including February break
  • March 2 - For activities beginning in April, including April break
  • June 8 - For summer activities or early registration for fall activities
  • August 17 - For activities that begin in September and follow the school year
  • December 7 - For activities beginning in January 

Families will be informed of results within one month of an application date.

Creative Kids – Shaunavon
Box 966 Shaunavon, SK
S0N 2M0
Phone: (306) 297-3882  Fax: (306) 297-3668

Creative Kids – Provincial Office
404 – 2125 11th Avenue
Regina, SK
S4P 3X3
Phone: (306) 780-9361  Fax: (306) 780-9252

Want to become a Service Provider?

While Creative Kids provides funding for cultural participation, Service Providers offer the connection between children and creative activities. Service Providers range from piano teachers offering private lessons from their homes to businesses with private and group lessons, to non-profit organizations that run, artistic, heritage and cultural programming for youth. 

Any instructor, business and organization wishing to teach Creative Kids grant recipients can download and submit the service provider registration form. The service provider guide is a great introduction to the program and answers a collection of frequently asked questions.