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The Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation (SPAR) Donation Fund Program encourages support for the development of sport, physical activity and recreation in Alberta. The program gives individual and corporate donors an opportunity for a tax incentive to invest in the future of the sector.
Use the form below to make a donation. Donors must agree to the terms and conditions at the bottom of this form before submitting it.
The personal information collected on this form is required to administer the Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Donation Fund Program of the Ministry of Culture and will be used in the administration and maintenance of the records.
The personal information is being collected and used pursuant to section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP).
Questions regarding the collection, use, or disclosure of this information, may be directed to the SPAR Donation Fund Program team by email at [email protected].
Questions about the FOIP Act may be directed to the Information Access and Privacy office at 780-427-5848.
Terms and conditions
Donations from a Corporation are made without any express or implicit conditions and without any rights, privileges or personal benefit accruing to the company, its shareholders, or directors as a result of this donation.
Donations from an individual are made without any express or implicit conditions and without any rights, privileges or personal benefit accruing to the donor or those related to the donor as a result of this donation.
Without limiting the unconditional nature of a donation, donors may suggest that support be provided to the program type and activity type may be selected later in this form.
I understand that Ministry of Culture is in no way obligated to follow this suggestion.
I understand that only benefit I will receive, having met these terms and conditions and CRA gift guidelines, is an official donation receipt.
If it is determined at a later date the donation in some way violates Canada Revenue Agency's guidelines, the Ministry reserves the right to request the return of the official donation receipt.
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