FOR USE BY OUR MEMBER ASSOCIATION ONLY
A guide to ensure each grant is properly completed and submitted.
Yearly Timeline and Grant Reports
Yearly timeline for the AFSS and its Member Associations. The document outlines grant application deadlines and all other information important to each Association of the AFSS.
This document includes of Part C and Part D expense claim reports, these reports are required for all AFSS grant year-end reports, any athletes, coaches or officials receiving AFSS grants through their Member Association need to use the Part C expense reports.
Also included in this document is a summary of eligible expenses and their amounts that can be claimed for AFSS grants.
The Alberta Federation of Shooting Sports (AFSS) scholarships are for candidates who have demonstrated strong academic performance and a commitment to the sport of shooting through active participation and involvement.
These scholarships are designed to encourage athletes (up to age 25) to maintain their involvement in shooting sports while pursuing post-secondary studies. Two (2) scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded each year. Preference will be given to longtime residents of Alberta and must be a member of an AFSS Association.
The Administration Grant is for all 11 Member Associations to offset costs of related to improving the administrative costs of the sport.
The Technology Grant is for all 11 Member Associations to offset costs of related to improving the technological facets of the sport.
Range Development Grant
The Range Development Grant is for all 11 Member Associations to offset costs of building target stands or portable ranges incurred for regular scheduled events and special programs.
The Leadership Grant is for all 11 Member Associations to help with the costs accumulated from Training Clinics, Identification Clinics, Coaches Clinics and Coaching within Alberta.
Travel & Training Grant
The Travel and Training Grant is for all 11 Member Associations to provide assistance to individuals who have limited opportunities for traveling to competitions and training clinics withing Alberta. Athletes should be training to increase the level of performance and should demonstrate financial need.
The Hosting Grant is for all 11 Member Associations for hosting National and Provincial competitions within Alberta.
Athlete Development Grant
The Athlete Development Grant is for all 11 Member Associations.
This grant is intended to help member associations more fully complete the following programs:
High Performance Grant
The High Performance program ishigh_peformance_part_new.doc intended to help athletes who participate in high performance training in Alberta to achieve National team ranking and team Game Plan sports. As well as, athletes that participate in world championships or a recognized international equivalent. Shooting sports recognized in this latter category must have a sanctioned world or equivalent international championship that is held at least bi-annually.
Associations Eligible to Apply: AHA, ASRA, AFRA, AISA, AISTA
Jr. Air Gun Grant / Jr. IOC Support Grant
This grant is for the purpose of developing junior athletes training for the Alberta Winter and Canada Winter Games by Alberta Handgun Association and Alberta Small Bore Rifle Association.
The Surplus Grant is for all 11 Member Associations.
NCCP Coaching Course Expense Worksheet
For use by the Coach Coordinator.
A list of allowable expenditures by Casino funds from Alberta Liquor & Gaming Commission.
When applying to use your Associations Casino Fund. Original receipts required to be submitted.
Casino Athlete Worksheet
This worksheet is to be used along with the casino application, only when applying for casino funds to be used for athletes and/or individuals who are being reimbursed for GAMING ALLOWED purchases, travel, accommodations, hosting, etc.