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Financial Assistance

The VUL runs high-quality recreational and competitive youth Ultimate programs, including our junior leagues and skills camps and the country's most extensive set of youth club programs.

We want people of all ages to have fun, develop skills and character, live healthier lives, and build lasting relationships through spirited Ultimate. We strive to make our programs inclusive and accessible for all families. 

We recognize that being a part of a touring club team or elite training program, in particular, can be expensive, and we do not want cost to be a barrier. Below is a list of resources for youth ages 18 and under that help make participating in Ultimate at any level more accessible.

When applying for funding, please ensure you list the "Vancouver Ultimate League Society" as the organization and not the name of the youth club program.

KidSport British ColumbiaKidSport

Launched by Sport BC, KidSport B.C. is a grant program that aims to remove the financial barriers that prevent some children from playing organized sports. Learn more at KidSport BC.



A4K is a privately funded charity to ensure that B.C. children are not denied the opportunity to participate in their dream of playing amateur sports due to a lack of funds. Head to athletics4kids for details.


Jumpstart - Canadian TireJumpstart

Jumpstart offers individual child grants for sustained programs that involve a sport or physical activity to families who meet specific financial criteria. Visit Jumpstart.


The Indigenous Youth Sport Legacy FundviaSport

The Indigenous Youth Sport Legacy Fund was created to assist amateur athletes of Indigenous ancestry. This grant seeks to relieve some of the financial costs of competing in sports. Visit viasport for more information. 


Pacific Community Resources SocietyPCRS

The Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS) provides accredited social services across British Columbia, including education, employment, housing, and youth and family support services.  


Lucy L. Woodsworth Fund for ChildrenWoodworth Fund

The Lucy L. Woodsworth Fund was originally established in 1977 by Grace McInnis in memory of her mother, Lucy Woodsworth, who was known for her compassion and commitment towards children. Today, the fund provides grants to children of low-income families in order to give them an opportunity to participate in social, cultural and athletic activities outside of the classroom. Visit the Alexandra Foundation for more details on how to apply for the Lucy L. Woodsworth Fund for Children.

If the above programs are not accessible to you, please reach out to the Youth Programs Manager at youth@vul.ca.