September 10, 2020
Join the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan (CAS) by saying "Thanks Coach!" Sept. 19-27 during National Coaches Week. It's a great opportunity to celebrate the more than 27,000 trained coaches across the province who dedicate countless hours to make quality sport possible.

Graphic assets and tips on how to acknowledge the celebration are available on the CAS website. There is also availability remaining in some of the the free National Certified Coaching Program (NCCP) workshops being offered by CAS.
Canadian Women & Sport 2021 WISE Fund
Canadian Women & Sport is looking to advance gender equity in sport by supporting 30 organizations with a grant for $2500 through the WISE Fund.

Sport organizations, community organizations, university/college sport programs, schools and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply.

Applications for the grant open Tuesday, Oct. 13 and close Monday, Nov. 9. Canadian Women & Sport is offering 15-minute consultation calls at select times between Sept. 21 and Oct. 9 to support applicants with specific questions related to the eligibility of their application.
Rivers West District for Sport Culture & Recreation is partnering with Canadian Women & Sport to provide 16 free Women and Leadership online workshops through September and October.

There are two sessions available for each of the eight topics, with Tuesday's workshops running 10-11:30 a.m. and Thursday's running 7-8:30 p.m.

You must register for each workshop individually.
Jumpstart Sport Relief Fund
Launching Sept. 12, the Jumpstart Relief Fund is designed to support youth-based community sport and recreation programs and organizations as they build back from the effects of COVID-19.

There are two streams for the funding:

Program Support - to support programs and organizations to eliminate systemic barriers to participation while keeping children and youth safe.

Operational Support & Capacity Building - to support innovation and/or basic operational support for programs and organizations to help close the operational gaps exposed by COVID-19.

Applications for both funding streams close Oct. 4.
Jays Care Foundation's Get Playing Fund
The Jays Care Foundation's Get Playing Fund is a one-time grant designed to invest in the recovery and rebuilding efforts of organizations supporting Indigenous children and youth that have been affected by COVID-19.

Organizations can apply to receive up to $50,000.

Applications are due Sept. 16 at 5 p.m. EST.
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