Last Call: ParticipACTION Teen Challenge
After great success, the 10-year, $10 million partnership between Coca-Cola Canada and ParticipACTION to support the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge program will wind down by March 31, 2017. We want to support your initiatives with remaining funds and final applications must be submitted by the final grant application deadline of March 15, 2017. Provincial deadlines may differ – please reach out to your provincial coordinator to confirm. Read more below.
|Grant #||Program/Event||Date Submitted||Funding||Status|
Last call for applications: March 15th
In 2007, we embarked on an incredible 10-year, $10 million partnership to break down the barriers that prevent teens from getting active. Over that time, the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge, sponsored by Coca-Cola Canada, has delivered programs and events to over 500,000 teens and over 5,000 community organizations. We are very proud of our efforts and the difference that ParticipACTION Teen Challenge has made.
With our initial partnership with Coca-Cola Canada coming to an end on March 31, 2017, so will the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge. Coca-Cola Canada will continue to support ParticipACTION through the wind-down of the program and you should stay tuned for future opportunities to work with ParticipACTION to help Canadians overcome barriers to getting more active.
In order to process final ParticipACTION Teen Challenge applications, March 15, 2017 will be the final day to submit. Provincial deadlines may differ – please reach out to your provincial coordinator to confirm.
Check out the Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for youth aged 5-17. Explore more.
Who’s behind the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge?
Contact the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Coordinator in your province or territory for information about registration or grant applications, guidance on the program or resources for promoting teen physical activity.
Don Cooper Building, Box 11089
Toronto, ON M5S 1M2
Montreal, QC H2K 3W5
With our ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Grant we bought healthy snacks for a ten week drop-in sports program. During the ten weeks we offered various sports such as ball hockey, self-defense classes, archery, baseball, and Zumba.
On Sunday, the Skiptime teens took to the mall to demonstrate their sport of Jump Rope. The girls are part of the Skiptime competitive team who train in Individual and Team jump rope competitions for speed, endurance, and design routines to music
The Nipissing Wild is a local football for players aged 16-19 years of age.