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Programs and Supports

Active Families

The Active Families Benefit is an annual refundable tax benefit introduced to help Saskatchewan families with the costs of their children’s participation in sports, cultural, and recreational activities. Eligible families of a child 18 years of age or younger as of the last day of the taxation year are eligible for a fully refundable tax benefit up to $150 per child or $200 per child with a disability.

Community Initiatives Fund This Special Purpose Fund was created through The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act. The fund receives a portion of the net revenues from Casinos Regina and Moose Jaw and distributes those proceeds to support community-based projects throughout Saskatchewan.
Community Rink
Affordability Grant
The Government of Saskatchewan has partnered with the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association to reinstate the Community Rink Affordability Grant (CRAG). This grant provides a maximum of $2,500 per ice surface to help offset the expenses in eligible indoor skating and curling rinks. To learn more visit the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association's website.
Pivot Online:
A Toolkit for Individuals and Organizations
This toolkit captures and shares the insights learned from individuals and organizations that have pivoted their work and operations online. It also provides information and resources to help individuals and organizations pivot some, or all, of their operations online.
Sask Lotteries Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation – The Government of Saskatchewan partners with Sask Sport, SaskCulture and Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association on an agreement to ensure proceeds from Saskatchewan Lotteries support a range of eligible sport, culture and recreation groups in communities throughout the province. This includes grants to all communities and First Nations bands through the Community Grant Program as well as support for seven Sport, Culture and Recreation Districts.

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