Splash Pad Grants and Funding Opportunities

Raising funds for a new splash pad or any other recreational improvement for your community is hard work and can take time. With ABC Recreation’s help, you will not have to postpone your new splash pad due to lack of funding. We can assist you in the application process and help answer any questions you may have. In addition to the opportunities listed below, we also encourage you to look into any funding that may be available through your municipality (i.e., community foundations) or local recreation organization.

Take a look at our list of splash pad grants and funding opportunities below, and if you have any questions or need help with an application, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Canada Community Revitalization Fund

The Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF) is a two-year, $500 million national infrastructure program to revitalize communities across Canada. Not-for-profit organizations, municipalities and other public institutions, and Indigenous communities can apply for funding for projects that aim to:

  • Revitalize downtown cores and main streets
  • Reinvent outdoor spaces
  • Create green infrastructure
  • Increase the accessibility of community spaces

Projects funded under the CCRF could receive a maximum contribution of up to $750,000 or $1 million (depending on project location), with funding to cover up to 75% of the total project costs. Indigenous community projects may qualify for funding to cover 100% of total project costs. All contributions will be non-repayable.



Community Foundations of Canada

View current initiatives offered by Community Foundations of Canada that help deliver a range of programs and projects that help make our communities stronger, more resilient and sustainable.



Ontario Trillium Foundation

The Community Building Fund – Capital stream provides support for non-profits, Indigenous communities and Municipalities in the community sport and recreation sectors. The fund will help strengthen communities by supporting the repair, renovation or retrofitting of existing sport and recreation facilities to address:

  • Local community need by extending the life and maximizing the use of existing facilities (e.g. playgrounds, splashpads, etc.)