Other Funding

Organizations Offering Sport, Culture, Recreation Funding

Communities and Groups (alphabetical)

***Featured Funding Guide***

Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity

Canada Council for the Arts

  • Champion and invest in artistic excellence through our grants, services, prizes and payments to Canadian artists and arts organizations.
  • https://canadacouncil.ca/

Canadian Heritage

Canadian Museum of History

  • The Community Stories investment stream helps smaller Canadian museums and heritage organizations work with their communities to develop virtual exhibits that engage online audiences in the stories, past and present, of Canada’s communities.
  • https://vmc.historymuseum.ca/community-stories-program/

Celebrate Canada

Community Grant Program – Saskatchewan Lotteries

Community Foundations of Canada – Canada Healthy Communities Initiative

Community Initiatives Fund

Co-op Community Spaces

Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network

  • A national network of philanthropic foundations and other organizations that support efforts to transition toward a more sustainable world
  • http://www.cegn.org/

EcoAction Community Funding Program

EcoFriendly Sask

Farm Credit Canada

Green Municipal Fund

Heritage Saskatchewan

Infrastructure Canada

Kal Tire RePlay

  • Kal’s RePlay Fund helps cover the cost of projects that turn scrap tires into new rubber products to enhance facilities in the communities they serve.
  • Common recycled rubber products available in Canada include playground surfaces, flooring, roofing, landscape tiles, paving, garden mulch, and kids’ play structures. 
  • https://www.kaltire.com/en/replay/

ParticipACTION Community Action Grant

  • The Community Better Challenge is an annual event that gets Canadians across the country moving together. At the conclusion of the challenge, one community will earn the top prize of $100,000 and title of being Canada’s most active. In addition to the national winner, there will also be prizing for the most active community in each province and territory.
  • https://www.participaction.com/en-ca/programs/community-challenge

The Mosaic Company and The Mosaic Company Foundation

New Horizons for Seniors Program

Peavey Mart

Saskatchewan Arts Board

Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation Association



  • Environmental stewardship (protection and conservation)
  • Education (science and citizenship)
  • Saskatchewan Energy (arts, culture and sport)
  • Community engagement (volunteerism and community fundraising)
  • https://www.saskenergy.com/community/



South Saskatchewan Community Foundation

  • Supporting and assisting charities, individuals, and companies
  • www.sscf.ca 

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation



Youth (alphabetical)

Creative Kids

  • Financial support for children and youth 4-19 years of age to participate in creative activities such as art, music, dance, theatre, and more
  • Financial support of up to $750 per child per calendar year (January to December)
  • Will pay for registration, supplies, costumes, shoes, etc.
  • Apply before your activity starts
  • https://www.creativekidssask.ca/  


  • Financial support for children and youth 4-18 years of age to participate in any active program such as sports, dance, or other activities
  • Financial support of up to $600 per child per calendar year (January to December); amount may be different in different communities
  • Will pay for registration, equipment, and/or transportation
  • Apply before your activity starts
  • http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en.html  


  • Financial support for children and youth 5-18 years of age to participate in sport program
  • Financial support of up to $500 per child per calendar year (January to December)
  • Will pay for registration but may consider paying for equipment
  • Apply before your activity starts
  • Double-check to be sure your sport is included in the list of eligible sports
  • http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/saskatchewan/kidsport-sask/