What is the RBC Learn to Play Project?
A multi–year funding commitment by RBC, dedicated to teaching kids the basic skills they need to participate in youth sport and recreation programs. The goal of the RBC Learn to Play Project is to encourage more kids to get out and play. Find out more information by visiting the Sport for Life RBC Learn to Play portal.
If you want to see what other projects looked like from the past two years, check out the summaries below:
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For current grantees, there are a number of supports available.
Evaluation support is provided by the Propel Center for Population Health Impact. To access evaluation tools, visit the "Additional Resources" section at donations.rbc.com. For additional support around evaluation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the Community Action Grant webinar.
View the Leadership Grant Evaluation webinar.
Sport for Life Physical Literacy Support:
Join our Sport for Life Communities Facebook page at: facebook.com/CS4LCommunities.
Sign up for our Sport for Life e-newsletters.
We have a number of Community Consultants who support projects and communities across the country. If you're looking for support, or want to determine the consultant in your region, email email@example.com.
Logos and Recognition:
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Grant Recipient Public Recognition Guide (PDF)
Every six weeks or so, Sport for Life delivers a RBC Learn to Play webinar that range in topics. Check out the webinar series to listen to past webinars and find out about upcoming webinars.
Visit the Sport for Life physical literacy website at www.physicalliteracy.ca