The Coaches BC Legacy Fund was set up in 2013 with the goal of encouraging more community level coaches to become involved, to further their education, and to receive training and/or certification. As a result, four coach grants have been created to assist provincial sport organizations, community clubs and coach developers.
viaSport administers sport-related grant programs funded by the government of BC that encourage sport participation and healthy living, develop high-performance athletes, and improve sport and recreation programs.
To navigate through the grants listing, please use the filters to find out which grants are currently open. For a description and eligibility requirements, click the grant name and navigate to the bottom blue block for full guidelines. To apply for grant, click the green 'Apply Now' button to be taken straight to an online form.
Are you looking for a final report form? Each grant now has a direct link on each page. Naviate to the bottom of each grant page to find more infomation on final reporting.
The ParticipACTION 150 Play List is a national program designed to encourage all Canadians to sit less and move more. In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, we’ve created the ultimate list of physical activities that define us as Canadian. Individuals can participate by challenging themselves to complete them all in 2017 and earn chances to win some amazing prizes, along the way.
Through the BC Ferries Sport Experience Program, BC Ferries and viaSport provide travel support to eligible not-for-profit sport organizations and athletes.
Vouchers may be used by athletes traveling to compete in international events, national championships, western Canadian championships, provincial championships or selection camps (does not include pre-season, tournaments, regular season league or event play).
The Northern BC Coaching and Officiating Development Fund is a localized initiative, supported in part by the Northern Sport Strategy, created to provide support for coaching and officiating development leading up to the 2015 Canada Winter Games and beyond.
The Professional Development Fund for advancing gender equity in sport looks to build leadership throughout B.C. by providing funding for individuals to attend courses, conferences or alternative training that enhances their knowledge and skills in this area.
The Community Sport Program Development (CSPD) Fund, funded by the Province of British Columbia, makes community sport more accessible to people of all abilities. CSPD Funding is awarded to sport programs delivered by non-profit organizations, which include local and provincial sport organizations, municipalities, and Aboriginal communities.
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