Physical Activity Grants
These funding opportunities available for projects/events designed to increase physical activity opportunities in schools, each of the options have more information about these funding sources!
Goodlife Kids Foundation
Funding: Up to $10,000
- Registered charity; elementary schools may be included
- GoodLife Kids Champion Grants: for organizations that provide opportunities for kids to benefit from an active life
- Primarily focused on children ages 4 to 14 with special needs
Application deadline: September 10th, 2018 to November 30th, 2018
Hydro One Power Play Grant
Funding: Up to $20,000
- Hydro One aims to help build strong, healthy and safe communities in Ontario by promoting strong, healthy, safe and active lifestyles for children and youth Designed to significantly improve the level of healthy and safe active living for Aboriginal children and youth (i.e. less than 18 year of age)
- Located within a First Nation or Métis community serviced by Hydro One
- For building, renovating or installing to recreation facilities or equipment
- Must serve a greater community
Physical Activity in Secondary Schools (PASS) Grant
Funding: Up to $15,000
- All secondary schools and school boards in Ontario are eligible and encouraged to apply for a PASS grant.
- Please note that each school board must review, approve, and submit applications to the ministry to be considered for funding for the 2017-18 school year.
- PASS grants can support projects that are regional, board-wide (including co-terminus boards), or targeted to an individual secondary school or a group of secondary schools.
Application deadline: January 23, 2018
Youth 4 Action Canadian Cancer Society
Funding: Not Specified
- Geared toward secondary, post-secondary and community-based youth groups
- The project must related to one of the 4 topics to prevent cancer, tobacco use, tanning use, sugary drinks consumption or physical activity
Application deadline: September 21st, 2018 to October 12th, 2018