The City of Saskatoon provides a number of grant programs to assist registered non-profit groups to provide programs in the Saskatoon area.
City staff are available to help applicants; organizations applying for a grant are encouraged to contact staff prior to the application deadline date.
Grants are not provided to individuals, and there are no travel grants.
Note: for applications and follow-up report forms that are accepted via email please download the form and save it to your computer prior to filling it out.
Application Forms, Program Guidelines and Follow-up Report Forms: Sask Lotteries Community Grant, Assistance to Community Groups - Cash Grant Social, Environmental Grant, Neighbourhood Grant, Sports Participation Grant, Youth Sports Subsidy, Special Events Grant, Jack Adilman Fund, and Culture Grant information.
Sask Lotteries Community Grant
Application Deadline: January 16, 2017
For groups registered under the Sask Non-Profit Corporations Act offering eligible sports, culture, or recreation projects for Saskatoon residents.
Assistance to Community Groups – Cash Grant Social (part of the Saskatoon Collaborative Funders Partnership)
Application Deadline: January 16, 2016(Closed)
For social service groups registered under the Sask Non-Profit Corporations Act serving Saskatoon residents. Not applicable for sport, culture, or recreation projects.
Environmental Grant Program
Application Deadline: January 15, 2016 (CLOSED)
A total of $10,000 is allocated annually, to local non-profit organizations implementing initiatives that support the City of Saskatoon's strategic goal of Environmental Leadership. To be eligible for the grant, activities must relate to one of the following categories:
- protection of the environment;
- conservation of natural resources; or
- environmental communications, education or research.
All funds have been allocated for 2016; no applications are being accepted at this time.
Any group registered under the Sask Non-Profit Corporations Act offering recreational activities at the neighbourhood level in Saskatoon.
Sports Participation Grant
Application Deadline February 15, 2017
Any group (except Community Associations) registered under the Sask Non-Profit Corporations Act offering a sport program that fits the criteria (Coaching, Access and Explore) on the application form.
Youth Sports Subsidy
Application Deadline October 15 Annually.
This program subsidizes the rental cost of facilities required to deliver sports programs to youth who are 18 and under.
See Youth Sport Subsidy--Allocation Criteria and Special Events Policy for details.
For more information call 306-975-3339
Special Events Grant
This program provides grants to groups/organizations registered under the Sask NON-PROFIT Corporations Act wishing to host major events in Saskatoon. Events must have an event operating expense budget of $100,000 or greater to be eligible.
Application Deadlines are March and October annually.
See Special Events Policy for details.
For more information, call 306-975-3339
Jack Adilman Fund Capital Grant for Sports
No grant this year.
One-time capital projects for registered Non-Profit amateur sports groups.
The Culture Grant Program provides funding to 16 flagship cultural organizations; these organizations fall under one of the following categories: Major Arts Institutions; Major Festivals; or Major Heritage or Museum Institutions. A complete list of the organizations funded in the Culture Grant Program can be found in the Grant Results link below.
2016 Grant results for the following programs: Cultural Capital Grant, Sask Lotteries Community Grant, Sports Participation Grant, Environmental Grant, Culture Grant, Cash Grant Social.
The City of Saskatoon offers two free grants workshops.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 7:00pm OR Thursday, November 24, 2016 at 12:00pm
Cosmo Civic Centre, Theatre
3130 Laurier Drive
For more information or to register for the workshop please contact: 306-975-3383 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration deadline November 21, 2016.