The following Financial Assistance Programs are provided as a courtesy by the Cumberland United Soccer Club to help families in need of financial support in order for kids to be able to play and be healthy.
It is important to note that applications must be done early in the season as the grants are issued early and can take up to 6-8 weeks for processing.
The Orléans-Cumberland community can count on the following principles carried out in the OCCRC’s mission: Our Centre is the gateway to a range of social and community services. All services and programs are provided in both official languages by our multidisciplinary team. We serve people in the communities of Orléans, Cumberland, Sarsfield, Navan, Vars and Carlsbad Springs paying particular attention to those most vulnerable and at risk. We provide various forms of support to individuals, families and groups using an approach that focuses on prevention, community education and advocacy.
KidSport™ is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance to kids who just want to play some sports!
Canadian Tire JUMP START program Applications for assistance can typically be submitted from January 15 to November 1, (varies by Chapter) with the goal to be equitably distributed over Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter activities. The funding is distributed with a focus on maximizing the cost and length of participation per activity per child.
Children's Foundation Every Child Deserves a Bright Future Grants Program provides financial assistance for children so that they can participate in sports, cultural and recreational activities. Scholarships focus not on academic standing but rather on life achievement and goals in the face of difficult life situations.
Youth Grants | Minding Our Bodies The goal of Minding Our Bodies is to increase capacity within the community mental health system in Ontario to promote physical activity and healthy eating for people with serious mental illness to support recovery.
KidSport Financial Assistance | Ontario Federation of School OFSAA and KidSport have partnered to help high school students in Ontario overcome financial barriers that are restricting their participation in school sports.