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Give the Gift of Sport

Today KidSport launched their fifth annual Give the Gift of Sport fundraising campaign! They are calling on all Canadians to read more and make a donation here.

Over 30 percent of Canadian youth under the age of 18 cannot afford to play organized sport. With the help of Canadians across the country, this campaign will run through to January 9, 2017—aiming to get more kids off the sidelines, into the game, and experience the gift of sport!

KidSport believes every child deserves to experience the positive benefits of organized sport. According to the 2014 CIBC KidSport Report, 82% of Canadians know a child who cannot participate in organized sport due to financial barriers. KidSport wants to change these statistics by providing grants to the growing volume of applications received each year.

Every donation counts and will contribute to making a difference in a child’s life. An average donation of $250 can provide one child a full season of sport. This truly is the type of gift that will last well beyond the holidays!

Learn more about the Give the Gift of Sport campaign today, and help spread the word with your friends and neighbours on Twitter @KidSportManitoba and #GiftofSport, or on Facebook

Read Press Release Here

 

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