The following organizations have received funding from the 2023-24 Paralympic Sport Development Fund. For more information on the funding program, please click HERE

Sportability BC
Boccia – British Columbia
Host training camp and competition to enhance its athlete development.

Alpine Ontario Alpin
Para alpine – Ontario
Connect year-round athlete programming and develop long lasting interface programming for youth Para athletes.

BC Adaptive Snowsport
Para alpine – British Columbia
Give access to programming and support for three U16 Para athletes and a guide for a visually impaired athlete.

The Steadward Centre for Personal & Physical Achievement 
Para athletics – Alberta
Host a Para athletics pre-season camp that allows coaches and athletes from across Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and the Territories to come together and learn, as well as support Para athletes to attend a national event.

Club d’athlétisme du Rouge et Or de l’Université Laval 
Para athletics – Quebec
Create a structure to host a group of Para athletes in its “Sport-Etude”.

Active Badminton Club
Para badminton – Manitoba
Create opportunities so Para athletes can train and get access to competitions and mentorship.

Ontario Equestrian
Para equestrian – Ontario
Introduce riding via clinics across Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia, which is phase two of a project that was successful in 2022.

Edmonton Adaptive Sports Association
Para ice hockey – Alberta
Provide specialized equipment for its try-it events and new players.

Islanders Sledge Hockey Association
Para ice hockey – Ontario
Buy equipment for new players to facilitate recruitment as well as help with tournament fees for its two teams to give them opportunities to participate in more events in their area.

Cross Country Alberta Society
Para nordic – Alberta
Give access to online training about the Paralympic world to their coaches and host some try-it events during the winter to help with recruitment.

KISU Swim Club
Para Swimming – British Columbia
Give two Para coaches the opportunity to visit another organization so they can increase their knowledge, and give access to certification to its coaches so they can improve their skills with Para athletes.

Table Tennis Saskatchewan
Para table tennis – Saskatchewan
Increase the opportunities for one-on-one coaching for Para athletes and the quality of training by purchasing two robots, and develop a program of clinics/camps for Para athletes and coaches in the Carlysle areas.

Ottawa-Carleton Wheelchair Sports Association
Wheelchair basketball – Ontario
Purchase four adjustable chairs for try-it events to increase the experience of potential players, which will help with recruitment.

Wheelchair curling – Saskatchewan
Increase the number of competitive wheelchair curlers in Saskatchewan by giving them access to training camps during the year.

TRYumph Gymnastics Academy
Wheelchair fencing – Ontario
Give an opportunity to Para athletes to get involved in wheelchair fencing, which includes purchasing new chairs and fencing frames to increase opportunities to learn and start the sport.

Ontario Para Network
Wheelchair tennis – Ontario
Acquire new wheelchairs and racquets to help recruit youths in the Toronto area, including targeting athletes 16 years old and older to increase the number of participants in the group. The goal is 10-15 Para athletes to allow for greater competition and training.

Parasport New Brunswick
Multi-Sport – New Brunswick
Give access to multi-sports programming for Para athletes across New Brunswick and increase knowledge about Para sport by giving access to development sessions for all coaches across the New Brunswick.

PacificSport Regional Centre
Multi-Sport – British Columbia
Provide an opportunity for junior wheelchair athletes (12-20 years old) to train and participate on sports teams at both the recreational and competitive levels.