Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program in Canada
The City of Regina is offering grants through its Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program under its Complimentary Investment Grant Programs to provide funding for initiatives that assist in the development of sport, culture and recreation programs.
This Program provide funds to non-profit community organizations operated by volunteers. The City of Regina administers the grant for community groups in Regina, on behalf of Saskatchewan Lotteries.
The goal of the program is to get people involved in sport, culture and recreation activities, especially those activities which encourage participation of under-represented populations in their community, such as:
Children and teenagers, especially at risk-youth;
Persons with a disability;
Single parent families; and
Eligible organizations may request a maximum of $15,000.
Funding may be requested for one program or multiple programs (on separate application forms).
There is no guarantee of funding. Applications may result in full, partial or no funding.
Programs must have sport, culture and/or recreation as their main focus.
Programs directed at under-represented populations.
Programs that have the direct involvement of under-represented populations in the planning, operating and evaluation of activities supported by the grant.
Programs must occur in Regina unless an activity or facility is not offered in Regina. For those activities outside Regina participants of the program must be primarily (or 80 percent) Regina residents.
Programs must occur between April 1, 2022 and February 28, 2023.
The majority of program participants must be Regina residents.
Programs must be open to the general public and not discriminate on the basis of age, economic status, physical or mental ability, race, religion, gender or ethnicity.
Organizations must be a registered non-profit community organization that is operating with an active status, and that has been incorporated for at least one year at the time of application submission. A copy of your organization’s current Profile Report from the Corporate Registry must be attached to your application. The Profile Report must have been printed from the Information Services Corporation (ISC) website not more than 30 days prior to submission of the application.
The organization must have appropriate liability and participants’ insurance in place for programs funded through this grant.
Organizations that have a deficit or projected deficit;
Organizations that have not met the terms and conditions of any funding program administered by the City of Regina.
For more information, visit https://www.regina.ca/about-regina/grants-scholarships/community-investment-grants/complimentary-investment-grants/