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Financial assistance

Financial assistance information can be found at the bottom of this page.

Player World

Goalie World

Goalies are special players with different skills and equipment requirements. The SCGHA recognizes this and is dedicating this page to information and links of interest to these members.

All SCGHA goalies please be aware of a CSA Product alert for "WJD Pro" Goalie Helmets. Click on the helmet for more information.

Financial Assistance Plans Available

For low income families, you may qualify for some assistance to help pay for registration fees.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program

Assistance with the costs associated with registration, equipment and/or transportation for sports and physical activity programming.

City of Hamilton - Recreation Fee Assistance

50% fee assistance for City of Hamilton affiliated sports programs, to a maximum of $100.00 annually per child.

Grindstone Award Foundation

The Grindstone Award Foundation is an official Registered Canadian Charity that enables young female players the opportunity to participate and improve their skill development in the sport of hockey. We provide financial support to young female hockey players who have the desire to play but are unable to for financial reasons.

We are a grassroots movement with a vision of making impact across Canada by empowering women in life and sport to improve the current state of equality. We have ambitious goals, but need your help to reach the families in your area who are struggling to keep their daughter playing. If you are in need of assistance or know a family who might, please pass along our information or reach out. 

To learn more visit -

Charity Registration # 80180 6191RR0001

Hyundai Hockey

Hyundai Hockey Helpers will help more than 1,000 kids a year through KidSportâ„¢ Canada. KidSportâ„¢ Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that provides grants for registration fees and equipment to under-resourced children and youth aged 18 and under. Note: need to apply 45 days prior to hockey starting