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Resources for Sport Organizations

As a member of the Canadian Council of Provincial and Territorial Sport Federations (CPP&TSF), Sask Sport administers the Saskatchewan branch of the National Sport Trust Fund (NSTF-Saskatchewan).

This fund supports the development of amateur sport on a nationwide basis by providing funds to approved projects across the country. As the provincial fund manager, Sask Sport approves projects, receives donations and allocates grants to approved projects in Saskatchewan.

The CCP&TSF is a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association (RCAAA) with the Canada Revenue Agency (#88938 6868 RR0001).

The NSTF-Saskatchewan operates two programs to carry out its mandate.

This initiative permits Provincial Sport Organizations and their members to access funding for current programs (one to five years) that develop amateur sport.

Once a project is approved, Provincial Sport Organizations and their member can solicit donation support for that project. A charitable tax receipt can be provided to the donor for qualifying donations.

Sask Sport is pleased to offer its members an opportunity to participate in the National Sport Trust Fund. The program is explained in the NSTF Manual.

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The Sport Legacy Fund program has been developed to assist Sask Sport member organizations, as well as their members, in securing long-term (five or more years) funding to sustain their operations.

Once a project is approved, Provincial Sport Organizations and their member can solicit donation support for that project. A charitable tax receipt can be provided to the donor for qualifying donations.

Funding must remain in the Sport Legacy Fund for a minimum of five years. The program has various financial incentives that are outlined in the SLF Guidelines & Procedures. Participation in the program is voluntary and available to members in good standing with Sask Sport. Funds raised are used to ensure quality sporting opportunities will continue to be available to everyone in Saskatchewan.

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Contact

Dean Kleisinger
Fund Development Manager