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Grants & Funding

Below is a list of funding grant applications, offered by Hockey Manitoba or its partners, some of which are available through Permission Click. In order to be considered for a grant, follow a link below and complete the application in full on Permission Click. Description of the grant, funding parameters, criteria and application process can all be found once a grant has been selected below.

FUNDING GRANTS

Grassroots Hockey Grant Application

Hockey Manitoba has established Grassroots Hockey Grants to support Minor Hockey Associations and Regions at the grassroots level. This predominantly includes the U7, U9, and U11 age categories. Grant applications and initiatives can be focused on player, coach and/or officials development.

Hockey Manitoba is committing up to $25,000 in available grants for 2020 - 2021 initiatives.  Grant applications will be considered by Hockey Manitoba as received, and a response will be made to each applicant within 30 days of receipt.  The following funding parameters apply:

  • Applications must be submitted at least 30 days in advance of the initiative
  • Applications must be completed in full (including summary budget) and meet funding criteria (below)
  • Maximum funding awarded for each application is $1,000
  • 50% of the approved grant amount will be forward to applicant in advance of the initiative
  • The remaining 50% forwarded upon completion of receipt of summary report within 30 days

CRITERIA

Initiatives must meet the following basic criteria to be eligible for funding:

  • Initiative must not be part of regular programming (no tournaments, league costs, etc.)
  • Initiative focused on development or recruitment of players, coaches and/or officials
  • Primary age categories are U7, U9, and U11 - but any age group initiative will be considered
  • Applicant must clearly outline purpose/goals of initiative and how it is being supported locally
  • Initiative's length and breadth should be robust (ex: long-term program vs. a single-day initiative, how many players benefit, etc.)
  • The source and/or foundation of the initiative should be program driven (ex: more emphasis on locally ran programs vs. third-party groups)
  • Applicant must recognize Hockey Manitoba's support
Goaltender Development Grant Application

Hockey Manitoba has established Goaltender Development Grants to support Minor Hockey Associations and Regions in the recruitment for male and female goaltenders.

Hockey Manitoba is committing up to $25,000 in available grants for 2020 - 2021 initiatives.  Grant applications will be considered by Hockey Manitoba as received, and a response will be made to each applicant within 30 days of receipt.  The following funding parameters apply:

  • Applications must be submitted at least 30 days in advance of the initiative
  • Applications must be completed in full (including summary budget) and meet funding criteria
  • Maximum funding awarded for each application is $1,000
  • 50% of the approved grant amount will be forward to applicant in advance of the initiative
  • The remaining 50% forwarded upon completion of receipt of summary report within 30 days 

CRITERIA

Initiatives must meet the following basic criteria to be eligible:

  • Initiative must not be part of regular programming (no tournaments, league costs, etc.)
  • Initiative focused on development or recruitment of goaltenders
  • Primary age categories are U11 & U13 – but all age groups will be considered
  • Applicant must clearly outline purpose/goals of initiative and how it is being supported locally
  • Initiative's length and breadth should be robust (ex: long-term program vs. a single-day initiative, how many players benefit, etc.)
  • The source and/or foundation of the initiative should be program driven (ex: more emphasis on locally ran programs vs. third-party groups)
  • Applicant must recognize Hockey Manitoba's support
Breakfast Club Grant Application

Over the past several seasons, successful Breakfast Club programs initiated by Hockey Manitoba’s Coach Mentorship program have emerged across the province. Breakfast Clubs provide additional skill development for players prior to their school day with participants taking part in an on-ice development session followed by a nutritional breakfast.

Hockey Manitoba will provide $250 grants to all associations or community clubs that develop a new and sustainable Breakfast Club program in 2020 - 2021.  $100 will be granted to all established Breakfast Clubs. Existing breakfast clubs will need to re-apply each season in order to receive funding.

 

Sport Manitoba also offers a wide range of grants that facilitate the development of athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers at the community level emphasizing training and skill development. You can follow the link below to look at all of the developmental grants offered by Sport Manitoba.

For more information on Grants & Funding please contact Saxon Miller.