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Manitoba Cycling is pleased to partner with the National Sport Trust Fund (NSTF) to accept donations and provide tax receipts for projects that support the growth of cycling in Manitoba.
The National Sport Trust Fund (NSTF) is a philanthropic gift-giving program established through the Canadian Council of Provincial and Territorial Sport Federations (CCPTSF) for the development of amateur sport on a national level. The CCPTSF is a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association (RCAAA) with the Canada Revenue Agency. As a RCAAA, they are able to issue an official tax receipt for all qualifying donations of $20 or greater. Sport Manitoba is the Fund Manager in Manitoba.
“Bison Butte” is the Mountain Bike legacy project of the 2017 Canada Summer Games, located just North of FortWhyte Alive in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Donations to this project will ensure that funding is secured for ongoing maintenance requirements. These multi-use trails are open to the public 12 months of the year. Trails are maintained by Manitoba Cycling volunteers.
The Manitoba Cycling Provincial Team Program Fund project is focused on raising funds for Manitoba’s Provincial Team program costs. Proceeds from the project will support up to 40 Provincial Team athletes and 3 Provincial Team coaches in their development and pursuit of cycling excellence. This fund will improve accessibility to participation, enhance program delivery, and provide financial support for coaches to successfully upgrade and achieve their required certifications and professional development training.
Manitoba Cycling’s goal is to expand grassroots programming across all regions in Manitoba. Funds received for this project will assist with youth program enhancements, professional development training for coaches, and club development. If enough funds exist, Manitoba Cycling will purchase a fleet of bikes, helmets, and a trailer to transport equipment so programming can be provided to youth who may not have access to equipment.
“To advance athletes along the performance pathway and develop partnerships to promote the growth of cycling in Manitoba”.
“A community working together to achieve sustainable growth and performance leaving a legacy for cycling in Manitoba”.
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