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.