Community Use Classifications
Not-For-Profit Youth-Related Community Groups - run by local youth groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, 4H Clubs, Cadets, Bible Clubs, etc. where the activities are intended for participants under the age of 18 (or where the participants are under a disability then under the age of 28).
Not-For-Profit Recognized Youth Sport and Recreation Service - Recreation committees and sports organizations that are members or affiliates of a provincial sports or accredited camping organization. The activities are intended for participants under the age of 18 (or where the participants are under a disability then under the age of 28).
Other Not-For-Profit or Charitable Groups - groups such as local service clubs, community health associations, seniors groups, recognized religious groups as determined by the Thames Valley District School Board.
Note: Due to limited provincial funds available, recognized religious or faith groups holding services on Saturday or Sunday are not eligible for the provincial subsidy, regardless of charitable status.
Not-for-Profit Childcare Operations - groups involved with before and after school childcare programs delivered by eligible operators (as per the Day Nurseries Act).
Youth Camps/Programs and Adult Groups without Charitable Organization Status - Functions organized by individuals/organizations who do not have charitable organization status and may have an admission charge, a participation cost or fee i.e. Karate Clubs, Dance Schools/Recitals, Sport Camps, Athletic Groups, Fundraisers, Theatre Performances.
Note: Groups who request to use Board facilities for research purposes or for adult private parties are also included in this category.
For Profit - Functions organized by Industry/Businesses for profit-making purposes i.e. Trade Shows, Public Concerts.