Financial Aid Information

Do you require financial assistance?

Families that require financial assistance may apply to one of the below stated programs.  Hockey Calgary provides funding only through the Flames Even Strength Program application.  You will be required to complete your FESP application online and submit it directly to Hockey Calgary.

FESP funding for 2021 - 2022 is set at a maximum of $700.00.  U21 players that are born in 2003 are able to apply for FESP funding. All other U21 players do not qualify.

Based on the maximum, if you are applying for financial assistance you are required to pay your portion of the registration fees owing, upon registration.  Please see below:

Community Hockey:                                                                              

U7 - $75.00

U9 - $350.00

U11 - $425.00

U13/U15/U18 - $500.00

U21 - $300.00

House League:

** Maximum requested amount for House League is $575.00

U9 - U11 $100.00

All members applying for financial assistance must register online before submitting their documentation.  When registering online please be sure to choose the appropriate FESP:

  • Community Hockey
  • House League

Please see the Payments tab for the ways that you can pay.

** Please Note **  Some programs deny you the ability to apply for more than one funding resource.  Please ensure that you apply for funding through FESP, this is the program that is mandated by Hockey Calgary.

Flames Even Strength Program/KidSport:

The Flames Even Strength Program helps families cover the cost of hockey registration fees thanks largely to title sponsor, the Calgary Flames - Flames Foundation for Life.  This program has given away more than $3,200,000.00 to children in need since 1998.  Families who want to apply for this funding must complete the online FESP form.

** The application process for the  2021 - 2022 season will open July 1, 2021 and the deadline to apply is October 15, 2021. When time the process is an online form submitted directly to Hockey Calgary for review. Click here for instructions on how to complete the 2021/22 Flames Even Strength Assistance form. Please contact us at fesp@mcknighthockey.com should you have any questions.

Click here for the 2021 Flames Even Strength Assistance form (fillable form can also be found on the Hockey Calgary website).  Make sure that all of your documents are uploaded otherwise your application will be denied.

Please note that your financial assistance information is kept strictly confidential.

Equipment:

If you are approved for financial assistance and require equipment for your player/goalie you may request assistance through Comrie's Sports Equipment Bank.  Anyone that qualifies for the Flames Even Strength Program also qualifies for Comrie’s Sports Equipment Bank. Please contact us at fesp@mcknighthockey.com if you require equipment.

**If you received FESP funding in 2020-2021season you are pre-approved for equipment and can contact Comrie's Sports Equipment Bank to set up an appointment.

Other available programs:

Jumpstart:

One in three Canadian families cannot afford to enroll their children in sport and recreation activities because of financial barriers (Ipsos Reid, 2009). That means that many kids are missing out.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is dedicated to removing barriers, so children can participate in organized sport and recreation.

We see it as equipping kids for life because participation in organized sport and recreation increases a child's chance for success in life.

They discover and participate. They gain self-confidence. They develop self-esteem. They learn leadership skills. Their lives become richer. This is the power of Canadian Tire Jumpstart.  For more information please click here.

Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund:

Our new Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund works daily to make hockey more by enabling Canadian youth to experience the power of play through Canada's game. For more information and to apply please click here.

Lace'Em Up Foundation:

The Lace'Em Up Foundation for Kids provides financial assistance to low-income children across Canada. The grants help offset hockey registration costs with the goal of increasing youth hockey participation rates and reducing the financial burden on families. Our charity supports community, grassroots and elite level hockey. Often times, Lace‘Em Up funding starts where another organizations’ funding ends. For more information click here.

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McKnight Hockey Association

Our Mission is to provide our players with an affordable, fair and competitive hockey experience that focuses on the development of individual and team hockey skills, the practice of good sportsmanship and fair play and the opportunity to be challenged while having fun. At McKnight Hockey, our goal is to involve your child in a program that fosters teamwork, skill development and enjoyment of the game.

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