what is the Oil Country Hockey Assist Program?
The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation and KidSport Alberta have teamed up AGAIN to launch the second season of the KidSport Oil Country Hockey Assist Program (HAP)!
Approved applicants within Oil Country will have their full registration fees* covered and have access to no-cost equipment from Sport Central.
*Full registration fees, up to $3,000*
In the 2022/23 hockey season, we funded over 1,400 kids into hockey and we are excited to grow that number for the 2023/24 hockey season!
HOW DO I APPLY?
In order to apply for the KidSport Oil Country Hockey Assist Program, first register with your local hockey association.
After registering, apply for KidSport funding through our standard application process.
**SEE PROGRAM RULES AND TIPS IN OUR COMMON QUESTIONS SECTION BELOW **
living in slave lake?
Step 1: Register your child with your local hockey association:
Step 2: Apply through KidSport Slave Lake
Through the program, approved applicants within Oil Country will have their full registration fees covered and have access to no-cost equipment from Sport Central.
apply through slave lake hockey programs
For all families living in Slave Lake requiring assistance through the Oil Country Hockey Assist Program, please apply by clicking the button below.
living within the chapter boundaries?
If your child is NOT registered through Slave Lake hockey programs, first register for your hockey association of choice, then you can apply through KidSport Slave Lake to access the Oil Country Hockey Assist Program.
Through the program, players within Oil Country will have their registration fees covered and have access to no-cost equipment from Sport Central.
apply through KidSport Slave lake
For all families playing with associations in the Slave Lake KidSport chapter requiring assistance through the Oil Country Hockey Assist Program, please apply by clicking the button below.
for families playing with other Northern AB associations
If your child is NOT living in Slave Lake, you can apply directly through your local KidSport chapter to access the Oil Country Hockey Assist Program.
See the list below to find your local KidSport chapter:
apply through your local kidsport chapter
If you are playing with an association outside of Slave Lake, check this list to see what chapter covers the area you live in.
APPLY THROUGH THE PROVINCIAL FUND
If you live outside of a KidSport Chapter, you can still apply for a KidSport grant through the Provincial Fund.
Click the button below to be re-directed to the KidSport Alberta Provincial Fund page.
Does your child need equipment?
KidSport chapters refer families to Sport Central to provide necessary equipment for their sport.
Sport Central is located in Edmonton. For families located outside of Edmonton area, there are options available. A remote sizing kit can be sent to you and equipment shipment options are available through our trusted partner Rosenau Transport Ltd.