Kamloops Sports Legacy Fund
The fund strives to create sustainable sport initiatives through opportunity, growth and excellence.
Sustainable sport and community initiatives through opportunity, growth and excellence.
Dollars granted so far:
Grant Impacts 2022
TRU WOLFPACK (ATHLETICS)
“Please accept this as our annual follow-up report for the $25,000 grant we received at Thompson Rivers University to provide financial assistance to student-athletes. Funds for the 2022-2023 U SPORTS academic year have now been distributed to student-athletes. We cannot thank you enough for the contributions you have made to our university.
KAMLOOPS AQUATICS CLUB
The Kamloops Aquatics Club, the non-profit society that underlies Kamloops Classic Swimming (KCS) grant of $7,481 was used to purchase equipment to host swim meets and help swimming at the Canada Games Aquatic Center This support has helped them to be designated to host the 2023 Swim BC Okanagan/Interior Divisional Championships February 24 to 26, 2023. The purchase of this additional equipment will significantly improve the quality of performances at the Kamloops events and help the club secure hosting of other Swim BC Divisional Swimming Championships in the future.
KAMLOOPS MINOR LACROSSE
Kamloops Minor Lacrosse Association received a grant of $14,061 to fund the replacement of 100 youth jerseys, 3 boxes of lacrosse balls, 2 sets of box lacrosse goalie gear, 6 field lacrosse long poles and a new purchase of a sport specific camera. KMLA has been working on replacing the team jerseys one set at a time with individual sponsorships.
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