Playground Funding

The following is a list of funding grants that are available to help with financing your playground project. You’ll find information and links to help you with searching for a funding partner that fits your needs.

Canada Post Community Foundation

Available for charities, school programs or community organizations to provide support for initiatives that that benefit children. Visit Site

FCC AgriSpirit Fund

For rural communities with a population of less than 150,000. Visit Site

Enabling Accessibility Fund

The EAF provides funding for eligible capital projects that increase accessibility for people with disabilities in Canadian communities and workplaces. Visit Site

Co-op Community Spaces

Co-op Community Spaces is investing in community projects across Western Canada, from Vancouver Island through Manitoba. Visit Site

The Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation Association

The SPRA offers grants for encouraging active lifestyles and community improvement.  Visit Site

Saskatchewan Culture

Numerous grants are available from this organization to benefit aboriginal and other local cultures. Visit Site

The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program

Grants are available for community projects across the province. Visit Site

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The Community Facility Enhancement Program Grant

This grant is offered for projects related to sports, public use & recreation.  It is offered through the Alberta government. Visit Site

Used Tire Recycling Program

Albertas recycling’s municiple grant program provides funding to communities to help them incorporate recycled tire products into community enhancement projects. Visit Site

Alberta Education

Education Playground Grant Visit Site

Neighborhood Park Development Program

Must be for a neighborhood park to be eligible. Visit Site

Edmonton Community Foundation


Provides financial support to charities in the greater Edmonton area. Visit Site

Hometown Manitoba

Provides financial support for rural and northern communities, organizations, co-operatives & businesses.  Recreation facilities & projects qualify. Visit Site

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries

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The Winnipeg Foundation

One-time grants, Multi-year grants & Major capital grants available. Visit Site

Tire Stewardship Manitoba

Community & Innovations Grant Program provides funding for the use of recycled tire products made from Manitoba tires. Visit Site

British Columbia

BC Accessibility Grant

These grants are to help make facilities accessible.  Funds must be used to make material improvements to improve access for people with disabilities. Visit Site

The May and Stanley Smith Trust

These grants are available for non-profit organizations in British Columbia.  Visit Site

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