The Go NB grant is designed to strengthen physical literacy and reduce barriers to sport participation for children and youth, with a particular focus on under-represented populations. Provincial and Local Sport organizations, municipalities, non-profits and First Nations are all eligible for this grant. The objectives of this program are two-fold:
a) Supporting projects that strengthen physical literacy and children and youth participation that
are compatible with the first three stages of Canadian Sport for Life: Active Start, FUNdamentals
and Learn to Train.
b) Supporting projects that provide opportunities for persons from under-represented and/or
marginalized populations to actively participate in sport. Under-represented groups include:
Aboriginal youth, persons with a disability, women and girls and economically disadvantaged
- New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture - Sport and Recreation Branch
Grant Connect is a bilingual database with detailed, searchable information on thousands of major organizations that offer grants to charitable groups. Grant Connect is typically a subscription-based service. However, community groups and organizations in New Brunswick can consult the database at no cost in any of the five resource centres or submit their question online for a technician to do the research for them and contact them with the results.
- New Brunswick Public Libraries
No matter how near or far you are from your goal of quitting smoking, this booklet will help you figure out what you want to do and provide the information you need to move forward. The steps are simple, and will help you quit smoking and resist the urge to start again by arming you with the skills, facts and motivation needed.
- Health Canada
This resource designed for coordinators of after-school programs provides information regarding the links between participation in quality, active after-school programs and children and youth’s mental health, including the association between participation in physical activity and mental health benefits.
- Canadian Active After School Partnership
An illustrated video designed to support individuals and communities in working towards healthy schools. The video provides a strong foundation for healthy schools, including building capacity, communicating the concept, and supporting a broad audience (including public health, recreation, education, parents, and kids) in understanding the role that they can play in building healthy schools.
- Physical Activity Resource Centre - Ophea
Is your community, group or organization interested in planning something for Wellness Week (Oct. 1-7), but need some ideas? This flyer presents a few suggestions to inspire you!
- The Wellness Movement
A resource guide on how to implement physical activity programs that will motivate older adults, as well as a program called Forever…in motion. The general goal of Forever…in motion is to increase opportunities for physical activity among older adults living in congregate housing. The target group is adults 50 years and over.
- The in motion initiative
A website designed to allow individuals and groups involved with Indigenous food related action, research, and policy reform to network and share relevant resources and information.
- Indigenous Food Systems Networks