KidSport Fort Saskatchewan
We provide grants to help cover the costs of registration fees so that all kids aged 18 and under in Fort Saskatchewan and our surrounding communities of Ardrossan, Josephburg, Bruderheim, Lamont, Gibbons, Redwater and Bon Accord can play a season of sport.
Our chapter accepts applications and administers grants of up to $500 per child/year, for kids who live in Fort Saskatchewan, or in one of the other communities we serve. If you live outside of Fort Saskatchewan area please click on the chapter list to find your local chapter.
News & Stories
News & Stories
EDMONTON OILERS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DONATES $2 MILLION TO KIDSPORT
PUB NIGHT IS BACK FALL 2022
This fall we are really excited to once again hold our major fund raiser on Saturday, October 29th at Pots Bar & Grill and it will consist of auctions (both live and silent), raffles, door prizes and entertainment.
We are currently searching for donations for the auctions, raffles, door prizes, or monetary. Please contact us at our email email@example.com if interested in donating to an amazing cost.
A lovely testimonial from a KidSport Fort Saskatchewan parent:
"Thank you for supporting my daughter for her dance classes. She has said numerous times how being in dance has helped her in so many ways. Dance has given her the drive to do her best in all ways. This amazing sport has given her emotional support. She says going to class let’s her forget about her days problems and she always comes out of dance class with a smile on her face! Dancing lifts her spirit, keeps her active and keeps her socially involved. She often speaks about dance festivals and performing with her class on stage in the spring, and how it gives her a sense of happiness and teamwork. Not to mention all the happy memories! It’s places like KidSport that give kids the opportunity to be happy and grateful for being in the sport they love. So from the bottom of our hearts, we say thank you so much for your support."
This is why we are here, to help amazing families like this experience the gift of sport.