Elliott had a passion for dance and he called upon The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation so that he could help non-Aboriginal kids learn how to dance
Sports & Recreation Funding
The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation can provide funding assistance to help youth become leaders and to work effectively as part of a team, which is imperative to their development, as well as the development of our Aboriginal communities in Ontario.
You Are A Part Of The Team
The goal of this sector is to provide support for youth to effectively participate and develop necessary skills through sports and recreational activities. The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation believes that youth develop leadership and teamwork skills through participation in team sports and community-based activities. Taking part in organized activities and special events allows individuals to feel like they have a greater role in their own communities. Youth are valuable contributors to our communities and The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation would like to help develop that talent.
Dreamcatcher Sports & Recreation Funding Requirements
What We Will Fund
- Minor Sports Teams
- Individual Athletes – 25 Years of Age and Under
- Special Events (i.e. Provincial Championships, All Ontario Tournaments, NAIG, National Tournaments)
- Elite Athletes (All Ages)
- Equipment (No Apparel)
- Registration Fees
- Facility Rental (i.e. Ice Time, Gym, Floor Time)
- Officials Fees
What We Will Not Fund
- Adult Recreational Teams
- Activities Involving Alcohol
- Recreational Leagues
- Third Party Applications Will Not Be Accepted
- Operating Costs Including Salaries
- Honorariums/Per Diem
Their Success Is Our Success
Our goal is to help youth achieve their dreams, supporting them in the educational and cultural pursuits, allowing them to become leaders in their communities. The stories of their successes are what drive us to continue helping to make their dreams come true.