Gaming grants provided $251M in 2022-23 to non-profit groups and organizations in Saskatchewan. These grants included funding for sport, culture, arts as well as volunteer firefighters, wildlife conservation, service clubs and more.
This page includes links to the organizations who offer the grants and links to the funding applications, as well as a list of current beneficiaries of the grants.
Where the money comes from
Revenue from all provincial gaming sector channels benefits our communities and citizens. Proceeds were distributed to Indigenous, urban, and rural communities; arts, culture and sport programs; small businesses; and more.
LGS also supports the economy through indirectly creating approximately 2,220 jobs through its operators (WCLC, SIGA, SaskGaming, and SaskSport).
Where to apply
Proceeds set aside for charitable groups, non-profits and community organizations are distributed by different groups, including:
4. Funding to Sport, Culture and Recreation;