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1 Healthy Kids Community Challenge Collingwood Call for Ideas Be a part of Healthy Kids Community Challenge Collingwood actions and help make it easier for kids to be physically active. Deadline for submissions Tuesday December , 12:00 noon Submissions will be accepted by mail, em-mail or in person at the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department, 3rd floor Municipal Offices, 55 Ste. Marie Street. Mailing address: PO Box 157, Collingwood, ON L9Y 3Z5 Submissions will be date stamped upon receipt.

2 Page 1 of 10 Call For Ideas Background Healthy Kids Community Challenge is a community wide program focusing on the health and wellbeing of kids ages 12 and under. The goal of the program is to promote children s health through physical activity and healthy eating. has issued its own challenge to the community, to put forward the best idea for getting kids to be physically active for at least 60 minutes each day. Funding of up to $5000 will be available to schools, organizations, community groups and youth for innovative ways that promote physical activity and make it easier for kids to be active, supporting the first theme. We are particularly interested in applications that include a variety of different groups working together and that are able to have a broad reach within the community. What does physical activity include? Active Play: child-directed or free play including things like tag, skipping or ball games. Active Transportation: walking, running, biking, skating, skateboarding or scooting, the things kids do to move from one place to another. Recreational Sports: organized physical activity such as street hockey, dance, basketball, yoga and much, much more. What must be included as part of your idea? 1. Groups working together (public, private, not-for-profit organizations, community). 2. Actions that will increase awareness of and participation in Healthy Kids Community Challenge. 3. Focus on children ages 12 and under; this may include a focus on infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and/or school aged children and ways for meeting recommended physical activity guidelines. and/or Focus on parents/caregivers providing tools/resources for encouraging children ages 12 and under to be physically active.

3 Page 2 of 10 We are looking for ideas that will achieve Healthy Kids Community Challenge Outcomes Improved healthy behaviours among children related to physical activity Improved parental support behaviours related to physical activity Reduced perceived barriers to physical activity What barriers to physical activity will your project address? We learned from the community that being physically active can be challenging for a variety of reasons including: Cost: equipment costs, program registration fees and travel expense can make it difficult for kids to be involved in organized sports and recreation. Technology: children and youth are spending more time than ever playing on cell phones, computers, video games and other electronic devices, taking time away from being active. Positive Role Models: family, friends and community role models can help build a positive culture around physical activity, building a community where families can play together. Here are some action areas to help develop your ideas When asked what actions could be taken to increase physical activity responses from the community focused on: Accessible Programs making it easier for kids to be active by providing affordable options, after school activities or encouraging outdoor activities. This might include playground games/activities, a running/hiking club or scheduled pick-up programs that focus on getting kids moving and having fun at the same time. Active Transportation: encouraging kids to walk, ride or wheel to school, identifying safe routes to school and connecting kids to community parks or playgrounds. Youth Leadership: invest in youth through leadership training, mentorship and role model initiatives encouraging involvement in schools and the community You may wish to consider one of these action areas in developing your idea. While your idea does not have to include actions from this list, priority will be given to submissions that have a focus on one of the action areas listed. What can funding be used for? Funds can be used towards marketing, portable equipment, program resources, rental fees, leadership opportunities, staffing or program materials.

4 Page 3 of 10 Priority will be given to ideas that demonstrate the following: Have a broad reach that supports kids across the community and; Be achievable in the given time period for the first theme (January 31 to July 1, 2016) and; Include community partners (registered charity, sports club, school, not-for-profit organization) and; Address at least one of the identified barriers to physical activity (make it easier for kids ages 12 and under to be physically activity) and; Include community identified actions (Accessible Programs, Active Transportation, Youth Leadership) Eligibility In order to be eligible to apply Applicants must: Be a charitable or not-for-profit organizations and; Supply budget information supporting your proposed idea and; Be in good standing with Collingwood Parks, Recreation and Culture grant programs Town of Collingwood Boards and Committees of Council are not eligible. Your idea will be evaluated based on the following criteria: 1. Sustainability how long will the idea have an impact on the community? 2. Likelihood of Success probability of success within the time period of the first theme (January 1 to June 30, 2016) 3. Quality clearly and thoroughly explained. 4. Promotion of Healthy Kids Community Challenge meets stated objectives of Healthy Kids Community Challenge and has the capacity for incorporating Healthy Kids Community Challenge resources and branding. 5. Reach demonstrates the capacity for connecting with kids and/or parents across the community. 6. Collaboration involves more than one or several organizations/groups working together. 7. Encourages youth participation 8. Need demonstrates the need for the funding amount requested.

5 Page 4 of 10 How to submit your idea 1. Applications for Ideas are available online at in PDF/FORM format or in hard copy at the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department, 3 rd Floor Municipal Offices, 55 Ste. Marie Street, Collingwood, L9Y 2L9. 2. Completed applications will be accepted by or in person at the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department. PRC Office location: 55 Ste Marie Street, third floor, Collingwood 3. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday December 1, 2015 at 12:00 noon. 4. To support Healthy Kids Community Challenge reporting. The local project manager will work with funded projects to facilitate evaluation. The Healthy Kids Community Challenge Call for Ideas is an initiative administered by the local steering committee. Healthy Kids Community Challenge is a Ministry of Health and Long Term Care program supported by the Town of Collingwood through the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division. If you have any questions regarding this Call for Ideas contact Jennifer at or call (705) ext Qualifying applications and organizations meeting the criteria may not automatically receive funding. Note for Special Events: All special events proposed to occur on municipal property must be licensed with a Town of Collingwood Special Event Permit and must be applied for independent of this application. An application to, or receipt of funds does not constitute application for a special event permit. Request for in-kind (non cash) facility grants must be made through the In-Kind Facility Grant program. Contact Parks, Recreation and Culture for more details on this separate funding stream.

6 Page 5 of 10 Application Overview Organization Name: Organization Address: City/Town: Postal Code: Website: Organization Contact: Organization Contact Phone: Alternate Contact: Alternate Phone: Alternate Is your organization, project or event a charitable or not-for-profit organization? YES / NO If registered, charitable #: A list of Board of Directors/Organizing Committee, including addresses, is attached. Funding Amount Amount of funds requested: (up to a maximum of $ ) $ Summary of Idea Give a brief description of the idea you are submitting, maximum two (2) sentences. If funding is provided this description may be used for announcements or promotion.

7 Page 6 of 10 Tell Us About Your Idea 1. Introduce Yourself. Provide a brief description of your organization/group and the activities delivered. 2. Idea Overview. Describe the idea you are requesting funding for. Include in your description how this idea will promote and support the Healthy Kids Community Challenge theme Run. Jump. Play. Every Day.

8 Page 7 of Impact: Indicated the number of people that will be impacted by this idea and identify who in the community will benefit (target population). 4. Working Together: Describe who (organizations, clubs, community groups, schools, businesses, agencies) you will be working with and the role each partner will play. Partner Role 5. Barriers to Physical Activity: Describe how this idea will reduce barriers (financial barriers, technology, role models) to participation in recreation, sport or play.

9 Page 8 of Action Areas: Describe how your idea addresses one of the action areas (accessible programs, active transportation, youth leadership) identified or serves an unmet need within the community. 7. Outcomes and Indicators: Using the table identify the Healthy Kids Community Challenge outcomes your idea will achieve and the indicators that will be used to measure change. Healthy Kids Community Challenge Outcomes Idea will address this outcome Improved healthy behaviours among children related to physical activity Idea will address this outcome Improved parental support behaviours related to physical activity Idea will address this outcome Perceived barriers to health behaviours Indicators % of children who meet the Canadian Physical Activity guidelines # of mins of physical activity per day Rating of overall physical activity Frequency of weekly physical activity # of mins spent in sedentary activity # of mins watching television or using the computer (screentime) # of mins spent engaging in unstructured or active play # of children who use active transportation to get to and from places Other Rating of perceived importance of daily physical activity Rating of perceived importance of outdoor and/or unstructured play Parents attitudes towards physical activity (scaled scores) % of parents reporting that they often actively play with their children % of parents who meet the physical activity gudielines for adults % of children with parents, friends and peers who encourage and support them to be physically active Other # of parents who perceive that is safe for their child to use active transporation to get to and from places Description of orginal barriers to physical activity and barriers to physical activity after the program % of children who indicate that they support their friends and peers to be physically active Other

10 Page 9 of Funding: Are you requesting fund for this idea from other sources (ex. Provincial funding, private sector, service clubs). If yes, please indicate the projected amount and source. Include in-kind donations. 9. Sustainability. Describe how the idea proposed will have a lasting impact on the community.

11 Page 10 of 10 Budget Projected Expenditures Amount Wages $ Transportation $ Services Promotion/advertising $ Professional fees $ Professional development $ Program Materials Equipment $ Resources (manuals, maps) $ Printing $ Total Expenditures $ Timeline Describe the key tasks to be completed and associated timeline.

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