Coach New Brunswick’s Above and Beyond Coaching Grant
These grants are designated for Coaches who are seeking Coach Education*, and/or Professional Development in the following stages of the Canadian Sport for Life Long Term Athlete Development stages: Learning to Train, Training to Train and Training to Compete.
*In this context, Coach Education is defined as any Sport-Specific National Coaching Certification Program Workshops.
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.
The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC), through the sponsorship of Investors Group Inc., provides financial assistance to communities and organizations interested in hosting a Community Coaching Conference. The Investors Group Community Coaching Conferences program has grants available for organizations that bring coaches of community-based sports together under one roof to learn, train, and network with each other.
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)