Fee Assistance Information (Stirling Blues)

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Hockey is an expensive sport, we understand that as well as anyone.  That's why we have put together a list of organizations out there who can help parents cover the costs and keep the kids on the ice.

  The Barry Wilson Memorial Fund was created by family and friends in the name of Barry Wilson after his passing in May 2011. Having been the Stirling-Rawdon and District Recreation Center Manager for 25 years and an avid volunteer with the Stirling District Minor Hockey Association for 40 years, Barry enjoyed seeing every child play the sport he loved. The Barry Wilson Memorial Fund will assist in paying the registration costs for families who could use help to pay for their child to experience the sport of hockey, or figure skating.

TBWMF 2022 Form
 What is Playing for Keeps?
We strive to give all children and youth the opportunity to experience the fun of being a child and to not be excluded from the activities their friends are enjoying.  The Playing for Keeps Program helps to pay registration fees for families who may not otherwise be able to.  Sports and recreational activities help children develop physical skills, get  exercise, make friends, have fun, learn to play as a member of a team and improve self esteem.

Jumpstart is more than just about getting kids active. It’s about giving kids from families in financial need the same chance to participate as their neighbours, their classmates and their friends. Whether it’s the chance to try a new sport or to continue with a favourite one, no kid should be left out.  

The vision of Jumpstart is simple: Canada, where all kids have a chance to fulfill their dreams.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund provides subsidies to assist with hockey registration fees for Canadian youth.


  KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process we provide grants so they can play a season of sport. Nationally, KidSport is comprised of a network of 11 provincial/territorial KidSport chapters and 166 community KidSport chapters. Since its creation in 1993, over 750,000 kids across the country have been given the chance to play sport through KidSport grants and sport introduction programming.


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