KSA - Special Hockey International Legacy Grants
Special grant program offered in 2013
Updated Monday January 6, 2014 by Kitchener Sports Association.
PHOTO: (l-r) Extend-a-Family Opportunities Development Coordinator, Sue Gibson and Clint Meyer. Sue thanked KSA for the $1,700 donation in support of its Community Ball Hockey Tournament Day and Clint talked about how he's looking forward to the event. (KSA dinner held March 19, 2013 at the Edelweiss Sports Bar & Grill in Kitchener.)
Special Hockey International Legacy Grants
2013 Tournament Partnership Grants
Note: This was a 2013 program and has expired.
KSA partnered with the Special Hockey International Host Committee (2013) to provide funding of up to $25,000 (total) to local sports groups and charities in 2013.
Applicants for this program were required to be agencies/organizations that:
met the general funding eligibility of Kitchener Sports Association
provided programs/services to clientele, (preferably, but not limited to youth), who have physical, mental or emotional challenges/disabilities
requested funding that met a specific capital need or an innovative one-time program/service that was NOT part of the traditional annual operating budget
SHI Legacy Grants awarded (2013):
Extend-a-Family Opportunities Development, $1,700 donation in support of its Community Ball Hockey Tournament Day.
Central Ontario Developmental Riding Program (Pride Stables), $5,000 capital grant towards the replacement of the footing material in the arena.
KidsAbility, $3,245 for special skating equipment (SkateAble Program) so that children ages 6+ with physical and developmental disabilities can learn to skate.
Canadian Special Hockey Association, $2,000 as a one-time start-up grant.
KW Habilitation Services, $5,000 for the capital builing campaign
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