The Active After-school Communities program is a national initiative that provides primary school-aged children with access to free sport and othe
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The City of Weyburn is pleased to offer the Fun in the Sun Active After School Program to provide Weyburn and area children ages five to 11 with t
The original Just for Kids!
Forest Grove’s focus on health is extended to various methods of exercise that we introduce children to.
The students are picked up from six local schools.
Join us for a fun new afterschool program for challenged and disabled youth at CAIFC!
Preparing 10-12 year olds to be safe, when alone at home, before and after school.
Help with homework for children ages 6-12. Children are encouraged participate in leisure reading, writing activities, homework help and games to
SchoolsOUT is a before- and after-school care program that balances time to learn with time to play with friends, and finishing homework with spor
These funds are for projects that engage communities in direct action to make significant policy level change that will have a sustainable impact
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario's Spark Advocacy Grants have two grant categories:Advocacy De
Does your organization provide opportunities for kids to benefit from an active life?
The Active After School Program provides funding to schools and community-based organizations to build on existing programs or create new physical
The CATCH program had been widely adopted across the US, however, until recently it had not been implemented in a Canadian context.The CKC program
Eat Great and Participate is a promising practice that integrates healthy eating and physical activity in after-school initiatives, including prog
The Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation believes that all people should have opportunities to enjoy active living and partici
The Alberta Healthy School Community Wellness Fund is a joint initiative between:
This is a $16 million grant program to support community partnerships to plan and deliver integrated services that improve the health of Ontarians
Do you need funding to support local physical activity leaders? If so, check out the Rural Healthy Eating Active Living (RHEAL) Leaders Program.