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National Sport Trust Fund

Curl BC member facilities are able to create projects and accept donations for their cause through Sport BC’s National Sport Trust Fund (NSTF).

By registering with the NSTF, your curling centre will have the opportunity to increase its fundraising potential.

  • Your curling centre will be eligible to apply for various granting opportunities that are only accessible to registered charitable organizations. For example, community foundations or corporate grants such as Telus Community Grants or RBC Learn to Play.
  • Local businesses or individuals can receive charitable donation tax receipts for eligible charitable donations to support your curling centre.

You can download this information sheet for further information.

Visit the Sport BC website for up-to-date information, and contact Scott Braley at sbraley@curlbc.ca for assistance with setting up your project.

Our members’ NSTF projects include:

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP18 – Peace Arch Curling Club – Facility Upgrade
Funds are needed for the facility upgrade at the Peace Arch Curling Club to ensure that the facility can continue to serve the curling community in the surrounding area as well as host provincial, national and international events.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP173 – Cranbrook Curling Club: Youth Equipment Upgrade
Outreach to youth is the first process in developing world class curlers.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP199 – Vancouver Curling Club – Capital Development Fund
A new building for the Vancouver Curling Club means more sheets of ice, the acquisition of new equipment, furniture and fixtures, and an expansion in programs and competitions for all levels of curling. Your contribution assists the Club’s move to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games legacy building.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP263 – Optimist Junior Youth Curling Development
The proceeds will contribute to the development and expansion of the Junior Interclub Curling League, as well as the Youth Curling Development Programs. This project is important to ensure the future of Curling through development of viable and effective youth programs, and also to attract and retain youth in sport by creating a strong incentive and goal combined with realistic expectations.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP254 – Victoria Curling Club – Facility Upgrade Fund
The purpose of this project is to renovate and refurbish the entire facility in order to continue operation for future years to come. This will continue the support for curling in the Victoria and surrounding region.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP322 – Salmon Arm Curling Centre – Curling Centre Upgrades Fund
The project seeks financial support to install a low E Ceiling within the ice area to save energy costs, and a reverse osmosis water treatment system.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP326 – Nelson Curling Centre Facility Upgrade Fund
The purpose of this project is to upgrade and renovate Nelson Curling Centre to maximize utilization of the facility, ensure sustainability, and viability of the curling club, reduce operating costs, and to preserve access to and participation in the sport at a local, regional, provincial and national level.

Our NSTF projects include:

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP88 – Curl BC Athlete Development Fund
The funds will assist athletes in their training for provincial, national and international events as well as those training within the LTAD model.

donate-button-logo-blue-rectangle-for-webP171 – Curl BC – Youth Programs
To increase BC youth participation and awareness of the sport so that it will increase national level amateur sport

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