There are various ways to obtain financial assistance to reduce the cost associated with your hockey season. Here are some financial assistance programs that are available for minor hockey.
With the goal of promoting the participation of all children from the community in sports, cultural and leisure activities, the City is launching a financial assistance program for low-income families. The support, in the form of a grant, applies to municipal activities and those run by non-profit organizations partnered with the City, in order to enable everyone to enjoy this complete service offer to keep active, learn, discover and, above all, have fun!
The request for financial assistance can be made yearly for each child in a family and is granted based on family income.
The Fund to Assist and Support Dorval Citizens’ mission is to help Dorval residents of all ages in order to encourage their personal accomplishments in regards to culture, arts, sports, and leisure.
Administered by the Dorval Athletic Association (DAA), the Youth Trust Fund can help youngsters in our community to participate in Leisure and Culture activities they might otherwise be unable to enjoy due to financial restraints.
Applications are available through the confidential auspices of Community Aid or by calling 514-633-4100.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund dedicated to helping Canadian youth return to hockey during and after COVID-19. It will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants registered with a sanctioned Hockey Canada association.
Founded in 2005, Jumpstart helps kids overcome financial and accessibility barriers to sport and recreation in an effort to provide inclusive play for kids of all abilities. Funding is up to $300 per activity, subject to Chapter discretion and/or local demands.