Passport Funding

Passport is a provincially funded program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

Passport provides funding for services and supports so adults with a developmental disability can:

  • take part in community classes or recreational programs
  • develop work, volunteer, and daily life skills
  • hire a support worker
  • create their own life plans (this is called person-directed planning) to reach their goals
  • get temporary respite for their caregivers

WINDREACH FARM PROGRAMS THAT QUALIFY

Learning-4-Life Program
Overnight Visitor Program (Accommodations)
Community Participation Program

For more information visit Ministry of Community and Social Services Passport

Jumpstart

The fund is simple: kids. Kids who want to get active. Kids who want to learn a new sport or activity. Kids who want to keep up with a sport or activity they already enjoy. But these kids just need a little extra financial help to get their name on the roster.

Kids aged 4 to 18 from families in financial need can receive funding to help with registration fees, equipment and/or transportation.

WINDREACH FARM PROGRAMS THAT QUALIFY

Therapeutic Riding Lessons

For more information visit Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart page 

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