Community Group Assistance
You want to make our community a better place, and the City of Leduc wants to help you. The following services are available to local sport, recreation, parks & cultural community groups:
- Organizational, board & fund development.
- Information sharing, referral, creating and strengthening community partnerships.
- Community consultation and engagement for existing and future sport, recreation, parks and cultural events, services and related facility planning.
- Provision of leadership opportunities.
- Risk management and insurance consultation.
- Facilitation of agreements and contracts for use of municipal fields and facilities.
- Liaise with local groups to identify and recognize community volunteers.
- Hosting liaison for major events.
- Promotion of special events.
Community Group Contact List
View our complete listing of Community Groups in Leduc, and how you can get in contact with them.
Event Hosting Grants
To provide a source of funds for eligible community groups and eligible community events to assist in defraying costs associated with those events.
To assist City of Leduc residents with the cost of travel to provincial, national or international events in which they represent the City of Leduc, or to receive training/instruction that will be taught in the community
Sport Tourism Development Grant
Our sports tourism grant assists with the costs of hosting multi-day sporting events in the City of Leduc. Applications need to be submitted at least 2 months before the event.
Grants to Organizations
These grants provide assistance to Leduc non-profit organizations whose activities benefit Leduc citizens.
- Recreation/amateur sport, arts, culture, parks, and other community activities: reviewed by Parks, Recreation & Culture Board (PRCB)
- Social services programs & initiatives: reviewed by the Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) board.
- Requests falling outside of the above mandates: reviewed by an ad hoc Grants to Organizations Committee, comprised of reps from council, PRCB and the FCSS board.
After reviewing the applications, the appropriate board will make a recommendation to City Council on whether or not funding should be granted, and if so, how much.
How to Apply
Complete the following forms:
Submit these 2 forms, by mail or in person, to the Civic Centre.
Community Development and Culture
# 1 Alexandra Park
Applications for 2017 Grants to Organizations are accepted from June 1-August 19, 2016.
FCSS & PRC Eligibility
All successful GTO recipients are required to submit a final report for each year of their grant. The 2016 Final Report is due January 8, 2017. The GTO Final Report and Budget Template must be submitted to your GTO rep together. Handwritten reports are unacceptable.
Questions about Available Grants?
If you would like more information on these services, please contact:
- Sport Tourism
- Community Development & Culture