Community Sport for All Initiative

Funding Halton Region under Community Sport for All Initiative

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Halton – The Community Sport for All Initiative seeks to rebuild and increase sport participation rates, particularly among Black, Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQI+, low-income and newcomer populations, as well as people living with disabilities.

The funding to community organizations is being distributed by national-level organizations receiving support through the Community Sport for All Initiative.

List of projects funded in the Halton Region through the Community Sport for All Initiative*.

National-level organization receiving federal funding Community organization City
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities Peel Halton Soccer Association Peel
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities Oakville Chapter – Kerr Street Community Services Oakville
Judo Canada Challenge Sports Club Concord
KidSport Canada KidSport Halton Halton
KidSport Canada Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association Burlington
KidSport Canada Milton Springers Gymnastics Club Milton
KidSport Canada Oakville Soccer Club Oakville
Physical Health Education Canada Grand River Rafting, Growe, Blue Springs/Garth Webb Secondary School Oakville
Physical Health Education Canada Various Sport Associations/Halton District School Board Milton
Physical Health Education Canada Various Sport Associations/Anne MacArthur Public School, Halton District School Board Milton
Physical Health Education Canada Street Safe Martial Arts/Nelson High School Burlington
Physical Health Education Canada Grit labs, Cross Fit Connection, PL Instructor/Nelson H.S. Burlington
Squash Canada Cedar Springs Club Burlington

* The list includes planned funding as reported by the national-level organizations as of December 13, 2022. Final community organization recipients may vary.