For the past four years, CSCM has been assisting athletes with their Push to PyeongChang. Athletes like Olympic Medallist Bailey Bram (ice hockey) and Paralympic Gold Medallist Dennis Thiessen (wheelchair curling).
CSCM’s investment in these athletes range from complimentary in house servicing in the sport sciences, to financial assistance with sport medicine costs.
As a legacy of the 1999 Pan American Games held in Winnipeg, CSCM is a not-for-profit organization which relies on support from various funders.
This past fiscal year, CSCM had the goal of raising $5,000 from individual donors and we’re currently at 34% of this goal with one month to go. Thank you to our generous donors, past, present & future
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Provide 6 athletes with a year of workout facility access.
$720 per year per athlete
Provide 5 athletes with 10 sport psychology sessions each.
$100 per athlete per session
Provide 7 athletes with 11 athletic therapy sessions each.
Approx. $65 per athlete per session
Every little bit helps…
donations of $20+ are eligible for a tax receipt
…if 10 people each donated $20, that’s two sport psychology sessions!
…if 10 people each became monthly donors at $6 per month, that’s workout facility access for a year for one athlete! *
click here for information on being a monthly donor
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*numbers have been corrected from the original publication date
The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba acknowledges that our offices are situated on Treaty 1 Land, the original lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Ojibway-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
The Treaties made on these territories are respected by all those who work at CSCM. We acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past that were made. In a spirit of collaboration and reconciliation, we dedicate ourselves to continually move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities for ongoing education and learning.
We understand that acknowledging this truth, though important, is only a small part in cultivating the strong relationships we strive to build and maintain with Indigenous communities. We continue to work towards this, with particular attention being paid to the sport specific calls to action #87-91 from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
We recognize we are not the first to live on this land, and thank these Nations for allowing us access to their land and water.