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. RBC will award a total of $750,000 each year in grants to support two types of programs:
Applications are due May 16, 2014. Apply Now .
To apply for a RBC Play Hockey grant please visit the RBC Play Hockey page. Applications are due May 24, 2014.
RBC Learn to Play Community Grants ($10,001 to $25,000): will be awarded to community groups that are developing or implementing action plans to transform the way sport and physical activities are planned and delivered, such as programs that makes sports available for new immigrant youth. Expressions of Interest are due April 4, 2014. Apply Now .
Communities are defined as municipalities and/or a group of organizations that come together for a common purpose and share mutual objectives. Proposals that facilitate collaboration between sport, education, recreation and health sectors and align programming within the community are encouraged. Community grant applicants will be expected to first complete an Expression of Interest form and those who meet the established criteria will then be invited to submit a proposal addressing how their action plan develops physical literacy, creates the environment for sport excellence and provides opportunities for kids/youth to be active for life.