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Apply today for a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge Grant

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Happy New Year! We are here to help you achieve your resolution of getting your community more active in 2022!

The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge is returning from June 1 – 30, 2022. In 2021, Canadians across the country tracked more than 400 million minutes. Let’s build on that success and work to get more Canadians involved and track even more minutes of physical activity.

To support you, ParticipACTION has created a micro-grant program. Apply between January 17 and February 21 to receive up to $1,500 to support activities that get your community active. Read our grant guidelines here (https://www.participaction.com/en-ca/programs/community-challenge)

In addition to the regular grant pot, we are thrilled to announce that Sport Canada has provided an additional $60,000 to support multi-sport projects that engage women and girls through the Gender Equity Fund.

Apply now.

TD Park People Grants - Applications OPEN

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TD Park People Grants will provide $2,000 to groups from Metro Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Greater Toronto Area, National Capital Region (Ottawa-Gatineau), Montreal, Quebec City or Halifax Regional Municipality to help build vital connections between people and city parks. Enhance green spaces by hosting 3 online or in-person activities such as nature webinars,scavenger hunts or photo contests. Applications close on February 28. Visit the website to get all of the details, helpful event ideas and application form for the TD Park People Grants program.

Fundy Female Leadership Network | Nominations are OPEN for the 5th Annual ACE Awards!

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Who will you nominate?

These awards will once again recognize and celebrate individuals who demonstrate and support female leadership – through Action, Confidence and Empowerment – in sport, recreation, and physical activity within the Fundy region (Colchester, Cumberland, East Hants).

To nominate someone for an ACE Award and to learn more, please USE THIS LINK.Deadline: Friday, December 3, 2021 at 11:59 pm.

SAVE THE DATE! The awards will be presented at the 5th Annual FFLN Celebration and Awards on Saturday, February 19, 2022.Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details!

Take the Roof Off Winter 2022

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Take the Roof off Winter (TTROW) is our annual winter active campaign that includes challenges, prizes, and helpful tips and resources. 

The 2022 TTROW campaign runs from Jan. 3rd - Feb. 28th. Find out more

Last year was such a blast, we're partnering again with the Healthy Tomorrow Foundation's Make Your Move campaign. We hope to reach Nova Scotians far and wide with an interactive, educational, and FUN campaign.

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Year-Round Community Tennis Courts Program Funding

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The Year-round Community Tennis Facility Program Presented by Rogers is operated by Tennis Canada and provides funding to assist in the development of year-round tennis facilities.

Grants are available to municipalities and/or their designated community partners.

Qualified applicants may include:

1. All Canadian municipal governments

2. Their project partners, which may include:

• Non-governmental organizations

• Not-for-profit organizations

• Private sector entities

• Indigenous communities

• Municipally owned corporations

• Universities, Colleges, Schools (institutionally owned land permitted)

The only way to apply for funding is by sending your application package to . Applications received by mail will not be accepted. You can find details by using the Application Guidelines on the Tennis Canada website www.tenniscanada.com