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 Financial Assistance Programs for Community Recreation Centres


City of Edmonton - Leisure Access Pass

“The Leisure Access Program allows eligible low-income Edmontonians to access participating City of Edmonton recreation facilities.”


YMCA Financial Assistance

“As an entirely independent charity, including the completely not-for-profit Health, Fitness & Aquatics centres, the Summer Camps and Day Camps, and our 52 Child Cares, the YMCA of Northern Alberta believes in equality of opportunity for all members of the community-regardless of age, race, sex, religion or economic circumstance. Through the Opportunity Fund, the YMCA membership and program eperience is available to families regardless of their ability to pay the full fees. Drop-in and ask how you can get started! If you know someone who could benefit from this program, please let them know. Financial Assistance is available!”


Strathcona County - Everybody Gets to Play

“Everybody Gets to Play™ is a program aimed at increasing access to recreation services for residents who have a limited income, with no cost drop-in recreational opportunities as well as registered program opportunities at a reduced fee through our Recreation Access Program. “


City of Leduc - Recreation Assistance Program

“The Recreation Assistance Program (RAP) is a subsidy for facility membership and/or programs at the Leduc Recreation Centre. City of Leduc and rural Leduc County residents who can demonstrate financial need are welcome to apply. Verification of income, residency and an in-person intake appointment is required.”


Fort Saskatchewan - Everyone Plays

“Everyone Plays is a program aimed at increasing access to recreation services for City of Fort Saskatchewan residents. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to develop their potential through recreational opportunities.”


St. Albert - Subsidy programs


Spruce Grove - Recreation Without Barriers