Here at the Niagara Falls Soccer Club we believe strongly that
"No Child Shall Be Turned Away".
We believe that all children have the right to participate and with this in mind, to assist with reducing some of the barriers, we have created a list of various organizations that will assist financially to get your child or youth out onto the field so that they can play!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us and please know that this will remain private and confidental.
The Canadian Tire Jumpstart program focuses on helping individual children become involved in organized sports and recreational activities to help them develop a healthier lifestyle in their early years. Assist kids in financial need aged 4 to 18. Applications are accepted twice per year through Project SHARE. For more information, please call 905-357-5121 ext. 25.
This fund was established in memory of Matthew Daniele to keep his memory alive by assisting families in need to access sport and recreation opportunities. Generally, the fund is accessed through referrals. Local organizations contact the fund on behalf of families in need. For further information call 905-374-3915 or by email.
Provides financial assistance to individuals from Niagara Falls of all ages who otherwise would not be able to participate in active and healthy lifestyle activities. Funding can be used for activity registration fees, equipment costs, and transportation costs. An application form must be completed and submitted to the Bob Gale Recreation Fund Committee c/o City of Niagara Falls. Funding will only be provided to residents of and taxpayers of Niagara Falls.
The Niagara Kids Benefit supports the participation of eligible children and youth from birth to 17 years of age in the activity of their choice. Families who are eligible for child care subsidy as determined through child care income testing or who are in receipt of social assistance or are a tenant of Niagara Regional Housing are eligible.
Formerly ProKids, this benefit is run through the Niagara Region through the link found HERE.
Through its fundraising activities, the City of Niagara Falls Recreation Committee allocates limited subsidies to individuals requiring financial assistance to participate in community recreation activities. Funding requests are considered for a variety of recreation activities (e.g. soccer, baseball, music, dance, swimming, skating, etc.).
Subsidies are available to assist with the registration and equipment costs of recreation activities as needed. Subsidies for recreation activities in the non-profit or the private sector are eligible. Applicants must be residents of Niagara Falls.
In addition to the Committee’s own fundraising activities, donations to this fund from individuals and/or groups in the community are encouraged.
For more information please visit the City of Niagara Falls - Recreation & Culture web page for Grants & Funding.