Coach New Brunswick’s Above and Beyond Coaching Grant
After much consideration and evaluating how we can best serve the coaches in our Province, Coach NB has decided that as of March 31, 2018, the Grant program will no longer be offered. Coach Education is funded through different avenues in our province (see list below). I encourage you to speak to your Provincial or Local Sport Organization, which has a responsibility in supporting the development of their coaches to see how they can assist you and/or speak to your Provincial/Regional Consultant for more information about the grants listed below
Government of New Brunswick
The Active Communities branch provides leadership and resources to the sport, recreation and physical activity community on a local and regional level.
The Go New Brunswick grant is designed to strengthen physical literacy and reduce barriers to sport participation for children and youth, with a particular focus on under-represented populations.
Canada Games Foundation
- The Canada Games Saint John Foundation. The purpose of the Foundation is to support athlete training so that they are able to pursue excellence in sport. Athletes must have the potential to be among the best in Canada, have demonstrated dedication to their sport, have special needs not covered through regular program funding, and must not be subsidized by national programs (i.e. hold a national card). It is the Foundation’s policy to award grants for those specific sports approved for competition at future Canada Summer and Canada Winter Games. They support Athletes & Coaches.
- The Bathurst-Campbellton Canada Games Foundation. With this funding program, the Foundation wishes to encourage the development of amateur sports by offering financial help to athletes, coaches, major officials and sports organizations towards their pursuit of excellence.The Foundation inspires to increase exposure of New Brunswick athletes at the national and international level.Financial assistance for athletes, coaches and officials who participate in sports that are part of the Canada Games (winter or summer) will be our first priority. Eligibility; priority will be given to the Restigouche/Chaleur & Residents of other parts of New Brunswick . They support Athletes and Coaches.
RBC Learn to Play Project
The RBC Learn to Play Project will provide grants to local organizations and communities in support of building the physical literacy of Canada’s kids and youth. In 2015, RBC, ParticipACTION and the Public Health Agency of Canada will award $1,750,000 in grants to support two types of programs:
- RBC Learn to Play Community Action Grants and RBC Learn to Skate Program ($1,000 to $10,000)
- RBC Learn to Play Leadership Grants ($10,001 to $25,000)