info@parklandvalley.ca

397 Darlington Street East
Box 263
Yorkton SK S3N 2V7
Tel 306-786-6585
Fax 306-782-0474

Infrastructure Grants

Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) 
The CIF are dedicated to helping strengthen the capacity of Saskatchewan's communities in meeting the needs of their residents. The CIF responds to opportunities and priorities in your community.
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Community Grant Program 
This funding supports community-based initiatives that improved the well being of children, youth and families in Saskatchewan. 
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Vitality Program 
Small capital project and community pride projects and events! Project involving construction or facility improvements youth leadership or Aboriginal inclusion, and projects that reduce financial or other barriers to community participation.
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Community Rink Affordability Grant 
The Government of Saskatchewan has officially launched the Community Rink Affordability Grant which will support community rinks which are vital hubs of year-round activity in communities. Communities, non-profits, schools and rink boards can register their rinks for the $2,500 per ice surface grant which can be used to help fund operating costs and minor capital upgrades. To register, complete the online form on Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association's website.
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Aviva Community Fund 
Aviva Canada will once again offer $1 million to encourage Canadians to lead, empower and support community initiatives across the country. Click here to visit the Aviva Community Fund website for more information.
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Lorne & Evelyn Johnson Foundation
The Lorne & Evelyn Johnson Foundation promotes charitable, cultural and religious development in the city of Regina and the province of Saskatchewan. You can apply for a capital grant, major equipment grant and a special grant.
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Climate Change Adaptation Program
The program supports Aboriginal and Northern Communities to work on clean energy projects.
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FCC Agrispirit Fund
Successful projects receive between $5,000 and $25,000 for community improvements such as emergency services equipment, playgrounds, food banks, recreation centres and care homes.
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New Horizons for Seniors Capital Assistance Funding 
Funding for upgrading community facilities and equipment related to existing programs and activities for seniors.
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Climate Change Adaptation Program
The program supports Aboriginal and Northern Communities to work on clean energy projects.
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NHLPA Goals and Dreams Fund
This program provides funding for infrastructure and supplies for ice hockey rinks.
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For more grants and funding opportunities visit these websites:

Parkland Valley Sport, Culture and Recreation District makes every effort to keep this information accurate and up to date. However, if there is a discrepancy between the information listed here and the information presented on the granting organization's websites, please consider their information to be accurate.