Peninsula Adventure Sports Association (P.A.S.A) is now receiving applications for organizations seeking funding for local outdoor sports initiatives. Any ventures that promote outdoor sport or the creation of outdoor sport infrastructure on the Bruce Peninsula may apply for a grant.
“We are pleased be investing in outdoor sport infrastructure projects and events that take advantage of the features and attributes of the Bruce Peninsula” says PASA president Jack Van Dorp.
“We are looking to support local ventures that do not typically receive large amounts of funding, or where such funding has been discontinued, and to ventures that have a low or non-existent environmental footprint,” adds Van Dorp.
PASA’s project area is Bruce and Grey Counties north of Highway 21, or any part of the Sauble River watershed. The event or project must also be non-motorized. The deadline for this intake is December 31st 2015. Applications may be reviewed as received and awarded before the application deadline.
There is a total of $2,500 in funding available for the grant program through a commitment made to outdoor sport by P.A.S.A. for the use of proceeds from the annual Bruce Peninsula Multisport Race (BPMR). The BPMR is a community-driven event that relies on volunteers and partnerships with local businesses. Visit the BPMR website and click “Support” to see the list of volunteers & businesses that have contributed this past year.
Interested applicants can complete the application available in PDF here.
Guidelines are available in PDF here.
You can also email PASA with any questions at email@example.com