Youth HQ offers financial assistance to help youth take part in activities they may not otherwise have access to due to financial limitations.
We work with community partners who share our values and believe in the importance of providing safe and fun environments for young people to learn and grow in. Our partners feel as strongly as we do about removing barriers for youth seeking to engage in skill building and healthy development.
For those seeking financial assistance with activities and events through Youth HQ or in the City of Red Deer, these subsidies can help provide the necessary funds. In the event a young person in need does not meet the criteria for any of these scholarship options, please contact us directly so that we may help you seek other financial assistance.
The Margaret Bolze Career Learning Opportunity Scholarship is available to youth 17-24 years of age who are applying to a post secondary institution, trade school or other accredited institution. Applicants must have been a youth or volunteer member of Youth HQ or its divisions for a minimum of one year.
This annual memorial scholarship was created in honour of Margaret Bolze, who believed in the potential of youth, making a difference in the lives of youth and the power of investing in their future. We are grateful for her contribution and the legacy it created.
Canadian Tire JumpStart is a community-based charitable program that helps young people participate in organized sports and recreational activities. Dance lessons, soccer, ringette, hockey, basketball, baseball, volleyball, martial arts, gymnastics, track & field, swimming, and more! Funding is available for children aged 4 to 18 years old.
Canadian Tire is committed to Canadian communities and brings JumpStart to Red Deer & District to ensure youth of all ages have the opportunity to experience local programs and activities.
The Campership program is available to children and youth within the agency whose families are experiencing financial challenges, and who wish to attend a summer residential camp at Camp Alexo. Community partners and private donors have come together to provide this program to ensure that a child who desires to experience summer camp is able to do so. Camp Alexo offers a variety of summer programs for children and youth 7-18 years of age. Specific details on summer camps can be accessed under the programs menu of this website.
Youth HQ Dollars (program credit) can be earned by volunteering at any agency led fundraising event or activity. Parents, volunteers, and youth can earn and put these dollars towards any paid activity (such as summer camp, or the winter ski trip) or to purchase agency clothing. Youth HQ Dollars are distributed at the end of an event, either based on an hourly rate or a predetermined amount, and can be accumulated throughout the year. All program credit expires on August 31st each year, so we encourage you to use them for yourself, or a friend!
For more information on opportunities to earn Youth HQ Dollars please contact us directly.