RBC Learn to Play Project
March 10, 2014
Helping kids gain confidence through play
Recognizing there is a widespread lack of physical activity among Canadian youth, and sport participation rates continue to decline, RBC, in partnership with ParticipACTION and a number of other experts and strategic partners, has launched the RBC Learn to Play Project.
The RBC Learn to Play Project is helping Canada’s children and youth develop the confidence and skills to enable them to play, and become happy, healthy and active for life.
Taking a new approach to getting kids more active, the RBC Learn to Play Project supports the promotion of physical literacy and the implementation of physical literacy principles in kids’ sport and physical activity programming at the community level.
At the centre of the RBC Learn to Play Project is a charitable commitment to provide grants from $1,000 to $25,000 that focus on improving the delivery of quality sport programming, and supporting the development and implementation of physical literacy principles in local organizations and communities across Canada.
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