Minor Hockey Funding Allocation Policy

  1. A child cannot receive more than one grant in a year (rep fees are not eligible for funding)
  2. A child must be registered or entering into the Antigonish (AHMA) or Strait-Richmond Minor Hockey Association (SRMHA)
  3. First time recipients must be under 16 years of age
  4. Funds are awarded for registration fees and equipment costs only
  5. Application deadline Friday, September 1st, 2023
  6. Applicants will be contacted within two weeks of the deadline notifying them of the status of their application
  7. Registration grants will be arranged with the Minor Hockey Association. Equipment grants will be arranged with Cleve’s Source for Sports in Antigonish. Names of applicants will be shared with our two partnering organizations.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Amanda at amanda@bonmacr2l.ca

    Parent/Guardian Information

    • Single Parent FamilyDual Parent Family

    • # of Children in Family

    Annual Household Income

    If over $40,000 please provide a letter explaining extenuating circumstances.

    Emergency Contact:

    Athlete Information:

    Is this the first time participating in Minor Hockey?

    If no, how many years has he/she been involved?

    Are you registered for this year?

    Has this athlete received previous funding from another charitable funding organization (e.g. Sport Nova Scotia’s Kidsport)?

    What are you requesting the funding for:
    Registration FeesEquipment

    If requesting funding for equipment, please indicate what equipment is needed:

    To which association do you belong:

    Bonvie-MacDonald Rinks to Links Golf Classic Raising funds for boys and girls who cannot afford the high cost of playing minor hockey. Additional beneficiaries of the tournament have included Big Brothers Big Sisters, Antigonish Early Childhood Intervention, Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation and St. Martha’s Hospital Pediatric Department.