Enhancing community facilities with safe, functional and lasting recycled rubber products.Download Form
Would your Canadian charity or non-profit organization benefit from a new roof or flooring made from recycled rubber? Kal’s RePlay Fund helps cover the cost of projects that turn scrap tires into new rubber products to enhance facilities in the communities we serve.
Common recycled rubber products available in Canada include playground surfaces, flooring, roofing, landscape tiles, paving, garden mulch, and kids' play structures. Click here to view a list of recycled rubber vendors and product.
A floor for learning. Children and families now get to experience the wonders of science in the Okanagan Science Centre’s main exhibit hall on soft, resilient flooring made from nearly 100 recycled passenger vehicle tires.Read more
The special horses that help bring theatre to life at Caravan Farm have a cosy new stable complete with a stylish, slate-like roof made from almost 500 scrap tires.Read more
Six parks and playgrounds across BC will now have a safe rubber surface for everyone to enjoy, even toddlers and kids in wheelchairs, thanks to support received from Kal Tire’s Six for Sixty initiative.Read more
The 2019 application period is closed for British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba. Funding is still available for Saskatchewan and Ontario 2019 projects. Funds will renew for each province in January 2020.
If you are a registered Canadian charity or non-profit organization in need of recycled rubber products, download the application form below to assess if you meet the program criteria. The form provides detailed application instructions. Incomplete applications will not qualify.