Recreation Assistance Programs
Everybody Gets to Play™ is a national initiative to enhance the quality of life for families by increasing access and participation in recreation, athletic and cultural opportunities. Through Everybody Gets to Play™, the city is able to offering the following programs.
City of Leduc's 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.
Intake appointments can be made by calling 780-980-7109. The RAP funding season runs from Jan. 1 to Dec. 1 of each year.
MNP - Kicks for Kids
MNP Kicks for Kids is a free drop-in opportunity for youth between the ages of 8-17 years. It's a great way for youth to stay active, have fun, hang out with friends and meet new people.
MNP Kicks for Kids is held at the LRC after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 - 4:30 p.m. There are plenty of activities to enjoy, such as indoor soccer, lacrosse, ball hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton and much more.
What you need to know
|Who:||Youth between the ages of 8-17|
||Leduc County Field House
Leduc Recreation Centre
4330 Black Gold Drive
|When:||Tuesdays and Thursdays
3 - 4:30pm
Space is limited to the capacity of the field house. For more details about the drop-in program, please call the LRC at 780-980-7120.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart - Leduc Chapter
Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national program that helps kids from ages 4-18 years old to participate in organized sports and recreation. For eligible children, it covers registration, equipment, and/or transportation costs. Through Canadian Tire Jumpstart, some children get the chance to experience a sport for the first time. Others get the boost they need to continue with an activity they love.
Each child is eligible for a maximum total of $300 per funding session. This means if your child's sport/activity/equipment costs $150, they're eligible to receive another $150 to put towards another sport or activity. There are two funding sessions per year: Jan. 15-June 15 and July 15-Nov. 15.
The Leduc Chapter of the program provides funding for all eligible residents within the Leduc County boundaries. Major community partners include: City of Leduc, Leduc County, Beaumont, Calmar, Devon, Thorsby, Warburg, the Leduc and District Food Bank, Boys and Girls Club - Leduc, Black Gold Regional Schools and St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Schools.
To apply for the program, please fill out the Jumpstart Application Form.
For more information, contact the municipality closest to you.
Leduc County: 780-955-3555
Creative Culture Connections
Creative Culture Connections (CCC) is an initiative that provides up to $200 of funding for low-income individuals participating in an arts or cultural program.
These programs must be coordinated at least once per week for the duration of 5 consecutive weeks. Each participant is only allowed to request funding for one activity/program per year. Fees that offset administrative costs are not included.
Who can apply?
City of Leduc and rural Leduc County residents who can demonstrate financial need are welcome to apply for this program. Verification of income and residency is required.
When can I apply?
The funding session runs Jan. 1 - Dec. 1 of each year. You are encouraged to apply within 30 days of a program beginning.
How do I apply?
Please fill out the Application Form and drop it off at the Civic Centre, or fax to 780-980-7127.
Healthy Hearts Leduc
Healthy Hearts Leduc is a community initiative to encourage active, healthy lifestyles within Leduc. Healthy Hearts currently sponsors many drop-in programs at the LRC, all available free of charge. In the City Guide, these programs have a Healthy Hearts logo beside them.