Nike Community Impact Fund

Nike is working with OSN to award $5,000 - $15,000 to eligible organizations in Toronto’s Neighbourhood Improvement Areas.


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Emergency Relief Community Sport and Recreation Grant

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National Sport Trust Fund

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Safe Sport

Ontario Sport Network is committed to creating and promoting a safe and inclusive sport environment for all Ontarians. Safe Sport encompasses education, resources and program initiatives in the areas of concussion management, injury prevention, addressing maltreatment, mental health, accessibility, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Rowan’s Law

Ontario Sport Network will continue to make Ontario the leader in concussion management and prevention through the promotion of Rowan's Law and overall concussion awareness through partnership with leading organizations in this area and education and resources for all involved in sport.

Return to Sport

Ontario is currently in Step 3 of the Road to Reopening. Ontario Sport Network is working with the Province of Ontario and the sport sector to support the reopening plan for Ontario and it's sport and recreation organizations.

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Ontario Curling Council

The sport of curling in Ontario is delivered by 3 organizations: Ontario Curling Council (OCC); Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA); and Ontario Curling Association (OCA). While each organization is a separate, not-for-profit corporation, they are interconnected and work together to govern the sport in Ontario.

The OCC, NOCA, and OCA work closely to deliver programs and services, developing and growing curling as a recreational and competitive sport in Ontario. Together, all 3 organizations service approximately 240 clubs, 55,000 recreational and competitive curlers.

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SBA Mental Health Fund

The Scarborough Basketball Association (SBA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1996 that provides basketball programs for children, youth and adults throughout Toronto's east end. The SBA's programs help build community throughout Scarborough, including amongst Toronto's most underserved, low-income and priority neighbourhoods. The SBA works in partnership with the Ontario Basketball Association, Bond Academy, school boards and community service providers, and is working toward reducing the financial barriers that prevent children and youth from participating in basketball.