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Our Partners

ParticipACTION logoParticipACTION (opens external website in new window)

ParticipACTION is the national voice of physical activity and sport participation in Canada. Originally established in 1971, ParticipACTION was re-launched in 2007 to help prevent the looming inactivity crisis that faces Canada. As a national not-for-profit organization solely dedicated to inspiring and supporting healthy and active living for Canadians, it works with its partners, which include sport, physical activity, recreation organizations, government and corporate sponsors, to inspire and support Canadians to move more. ParticipACTION is generously supported by Sport Canada.

 

Canadian Sports for Life logoCanadian Sport for Life (opens external website in new window)

Canadian Sport for Life is a movement to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. CS4L links sport, education, recreation and health and aligns community, provincial and national programming.

 

Active for Life logoActive for Life (opens external website in new window)

Children are born to move, but today's kids no longer learn how to move. To get active and stay active, they need to develop physical literacy. Active for Life's website, lesson plans, activities, programs and apps help parents to raise physically literate kids who have the skills and confidence to stay active for the rest of their lives.

 

Active Healthy Kids Canada logoActive Healthy Kids Canada (opens external website in new window)

Active Healthy Kids Canada is a national charitable organization that works to power the movement to get kids moving by providing strategic national leadership to advance knowledge, insight and understanding that influences thinking and action to enhance physical activity opportunities for children and youth.

 

Hockey Canada logoHockey Canada (opens external website in new window)

Hockey Canada is the governing body for hockey in Canada and a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), with a membership through its 13 provincial branch associations of over 700,000 players, coaches and officials. Hockey Canada is a not-for-profit organization that creates leading-edge hockey development programs for its members to deliver in communities across Canada, provides consistent rules and regulations and various other membership services from coast to coast, manages numerous regional, national and international hockey championships and events, and leads the operation of all teams that represent Canada in international hockey competition. Hockey Canada's mission is to "lead, develop and promote positive hockey experiences."

 

Canadian Olympic Committee logoCanadian Olympic Committee (opens external website in new window)

The Canadian Olympic Committee leads the achievement of the Canadian Olympic Team's podium success and advances Olympic values in Canada through community outreach and classroom resources aimed at promoting healthy and active living. Independent and predominantly privately funded, the Canadian Olympic Committee delivers resources that Canada's elite athletes need to perform at their best and give their everything every day. The backbone of Canada's Olympic movement, the Canadian Olympic Committee works with National Sport Federations to prepare the Team for the Olympic, Youth Olympic and Pan American Games. By sharing our athletes' stories, we inspire all Canadians through the power of sport: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

 

Special Olympics Canada logoSpecial Olympics Canada (opens external website in new window)

Established in 1969, the Canadian chapter of this international movement is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through the transformative power and joy of sport. Operating out of sport clubs in 12 provincial and territorial Chapters, this grassroots movement reaches beyond the sphere of sport to empower individuals, change attitudes and build communities. From two-year-olds to mature adults, close to 37,000 athletes with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics year-round programs across Canada. They are supported by more than 17,000 volunteers, including more than 13,000 trained coaches.

 

Right to PlayRight to Play (opens external website in new window)

Right To Play's Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program uses an indigenous community development model and the transformative power of sport and play to engage, educate and empower Aboriginal children and youth across Ontario and Manitoba. Providing weekly, consistent, year-round programming, the PLAY program builds off the strengths of Aboriginal children and youth to provide leadership and life-skills development opportunities.

 
 

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Need support for your organization to help children learn sport fundamentals and get active? Apply for an RBC Learn to Play Project grant.

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