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Sports Active Living Fund (UK) Contact: Community Foundation 0161 214094 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.keloggs.co.uk/company/corporateresponsibility/activelivingfund/ Amount: Grants up to £1000 Priorities:First: new ways of getting non-active people active Second: expanding existing projects Third: maintaining existing projects eg new equipment Beneficiaries in order of priority: first, adults and children taking part together; under 18s; 25+; 19-24s. Deadlines: Applications are assessed every two months. Turn around10 weeks. All England Netball Association Youth Trust Contact Jane Kelloe 138 Winston Road London N16 9LJ 020 7249 1098 email@example.com Website www.englandnetball.co.uk Priorities Projects range from a commitment to provide funding for each Active Sport programme (subject to receipt of the detailed development plan), to support for the development of netball in both inner-city and rural areas. The trustees meet three times a year, normally February, May and October. Projects range from a commitment to provide funding for each Active Sport programme (subject to receipt of the detailed development plan), to support for the development of netball in both inner-city and rural areas. Community Amateur Sports Clubs – Registration Contact HMRC Charities Sports Club Unit St Johns House Merton Road Liverpool L75 1BB. Send a completed form (weblink below) your club's governing documents - such as your constitution, rules, memorandum and articles of association; your club's latest accounts and a copy of your club's prospectus - if there is one - and members' rulebook Website http://search2.hmrc.gov.uk/kbroker/hmrc/forms/viewform.jsp?formId=3417 Amount For every £1 donated over and above the membership fee, you can claim an extra 25 p from HMRC. Also, HMRC automatically pays your CASC a further 3p for every pound - until 5 April 2011. So you get £1.28. Priorities Only registered CASC clubs. You must be set up with a formal constitution (for example its rules or memorandum and articles of association). The club‟s written constitution must require the club to be open to the whole community; the club‟s main purpose must be to provide facilities for eligible sports and must encourage people to take part in them and be organised on an amateur basis Dickie Bird Foundation Contact The Dickie Bird Foundation Jefferson House Orchard Lane Guiseley Leeds LS20 9HZ Website www.thedickiebirdfoundation.org/ under revision Priorities The vision of the Foundation is to assist financially disadvantaged young people under 18 years of age to participate, to the best of their ability, in the sport of their choice irrespective of their social circumstances, culture or ethnicity and to ensure that, in doing so, they improve their chances both inside and outside sport. England Cricket Board Contact County development manager John Harris 07824 548 838 01462 683 280 firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.ecb.co.uk/development/facilities-funding/ecb-funding-streams/ Amount Grants for facilities Minimum 25% other funding. Awards vary from up to £10,000 to £50,000+ depending on tenure of facilities Interest free loans also with 25% match funding Priorities Strategic sustainable projects with commitment to junior development and with other sources of capital and revenue investment Funding for Football Leagues (England) Contact: Mrs Penny Kift, The Football Association, tel 0207 745 4593, email penny.kift@TheFA.com Website: www.thefa.com/GrassrootsNew/Funding/ Amount: Between £250 and £800 depending on size of league Priorities: Equipment (as listed on website) for League Secretary, Registration Secretary, Referees Secretary, Fixtures Secretary, Results Secretary or Website Editor. Turnaround 6-8 weeks Football Foundation Contact: Tel 0845 345 4555 Website: www.footballfoundation.org.uk Facilities Grant Priorities Improvement of facilities for football and other sports in local communities, sustaining or increasing participation. Facilities funded: grass pitches; pavilions, clubhouses and changing rooms; artificial turf pitches and multi-use games areas; fixed floodlights for artificial pitches. Grants for revenue costs associated with project also given. Amount Max £1m. Fast-track max £20,000 Community Large Grant Priorities Projects using football and other sports to contribute to educational Achievement and closing the skills gap, tackling health inequalities and social exclusion, always including increasing participation and considering equality of access. Amount Max £150,000. Small grants scheme for new activities, for groups of max income £15,000 (max £9,000 for projects up to £10,000). Goalpost Safety Grant Priorities Replacing unsafe goals. Exclusions: professional clubs, clubs without open membership, clubs in National League System Steps 1 & 2, commercial operators. Amount 50% of cost to max £3,000. Football Stadia Improvement Fund Amount: Dependent on which Step within League - £20,000 to £750,000. Priorities: Clubs in Football League & National League System down to Step 7 and below. Junior Kit Grant Priorities: Kit and equipment for under 18s and for adults with disabilities. Amount: Max £400 Football Stadia Improvement Fund Amount: Dependent on which Step within League - £20,000 to £750,000. Priorities: Clubs in Football League & National League System down to Step 7 and below. Garfield Weston Foundation Contact The Administrator Garfield Weston Foundation Weston Centre 10 Grosvenor Street London W1K 4QY Tel: 020 7399 6565 Website www.garfieldweston.org/ Amount Unlikely to be more than £5000 Priorities Charities that run youth and community activities including sport Prefers capital bids or one off contributions to running expenses. There are no formal deadlines for submitting applications and organisations should allow approximately four months for a final outcome, though acknowledgement letters are sent within four weeks Grassroots Grants Programme Contact Your local CVS if you are a local group. Helen Doubal at Hertfordshire Community Foundation Helen.email@example.com 01707 251351 if you area county wide group Amount A grant of between £250 to £5000 between Apr and Dec 2010 Priorities For grassroots activity organised by small community and voluntary groups in both urban and rural settings across Hertfordshire. Your group‟s income needs to be less than £30,000 averaged over three years. Any reasonable expense but local priorities will apply as funding available to the district reduces. Health Inequalities Fund Contact TBC but register interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Amount Not likely to be more than £2000. Priorities An annual project fund of the St Albans Health Housing and Social Care Partnership funded by West Herts PCT. Likely deadline end August 2009 for new physical exercise work with over 50‟s and/or carers and/or people with a learning disability. Herts Sports Partnership PE and School Sport Club Links Funding Contact Telephone: 01707 281201 Email: email@example.com Website www.sportinherts.org.uk and go to the „Creating School Club Links‟ area of the GREEN section Ladbrokes in the Community Charitable Trust Contact Ladbroke Betting and Gaming Ltd Imperial House Imperial Drive Harrow Middlesex HA2 7JW Website www.ladbrokesplc.com/Supporting_our_Communities/#Charitable Priorities Supporting our communities in which shops and businesses of Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Ltd or Ladbrokes eGaming Limited operate). In the first instance, the support of a local shop (3 in St Albans) should be secured in raising funds on behalf of a cause. Monies raised are banked with the trust, with maybe additional funds being added taken by the trust's grants committee. The grants committee meets monthly to consider applications. Peter Harrison Foundation Opportunities Through Sport Contact Foundation House 42 - 48 London Road Reigate Surrey RH2 9QQ 01737 228000 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.peterharrisonfoundation.org Priorities Applications from charities for sporting activities or projects which provide opportunities for people who are disabled or otherwise disadvantaged to fulfill their potential and to develop other personal and life skills. Often “one off” grants for capital projects which provide a focus for skills development and confidence building through the medium of sport; projects with a strong training and/or educational theme within the sporting activity; that provide sporting equipment or facilities for disabled or disadvantaged people; projects with a high degree of community involvement or that help to engage children or young people at risk of crime, truancy or addiction. No specific deadlines. Sport England - Innovation Fund Contact Sport England, 2 Loughborough Park, Oakwood Drive, Loughborough LE11 3QF Tel: 08458 508 508 Email: email@example.com Website funding.sportengland.org/funding_programmes/innovation_fund1.aspx Amount They anticipate making a small number of awards between £10,000 and £500,000 to between 10 and 20 projects Priorities Innovative sporting opportunities enabling existing participants to do more, or to bring sport to those people who currently play sport only occasionally, or not at all. Current deadline - 10 August 2009 Sport England Themed Programmes The Rural Communities programmes is now closed. There will be a new themed programme in the Autumn 09 Contact: Tel 08458 508 508; email firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://funding.sportengland.org/funding_programmes/rural_communities1.aspx Sport England Sustainable Facilities Programme Next round will be launched October/November 09. Contact: Tel 08458 508 508; email email@example.com Website: http://funding.sportengland.org/funding_programmes/sustainable_facilities.aspx Amount: max £2 million. Larger projects at discretion of Sport England Board Priorities: Refurbishing/replacing old facilities, with following weighted criteria: impact against sports outcomes of grow, sustain and excel; sustainability ; deliverability; additionality Sport England - Small Grants Contact Sport England, 3rd Floor Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, WC1B 4SE 020 7273 1551 Fax: 020 7383 5740 firstname.lastname@example.org Website funding.sportengland.org/funding_programmes/small_grants.aspx Amount £300 and £10,000 you should consider applying to the Small grants programme. but the total project cost cannot exceed £50,000 Priorities Community sport projects which seek to increase or sustain participation or develop opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport recognised. Sporting outcomes must be the main focus. Projects can use sport as a means to an end but there must be a clear sporting benefit. Turnaround 6 weeks Sport England – Sportsmatch Contact 08458 508 508 Email: email@example.com Website http://funding.sportengland.org/funding_programmes/sportsmatch.aspx Amount Programme matches sponsorship money pound for pound but the maximum grant has been increased to £100,000, with a maximum capital grant of £25,000 for equipment projects. The maximum number of private investors per application has increased from three to five. Priorities The development of grassroots sport in England by increasing participation in sports at community level. You must deliver the entire Sportsmatch element of your project in the same funding year by 31 March. Any sponsor ineligible if they receive more than 25% of their funds from government (eg Coalfields Regeneration Trust, Football Foundation, etc). (ie this would rule out local authority created leisure trusts that receive their subsidy from local government to operate their services). Sporting charities or trusts will also be ineligible if they receive more than 25% of their funds from events related to the sport, a national governing body or professional sporting body and are investing in their own sport. Sporting charities and trusts that invest in other sports will be considered on a case by case basis. Sport Relief Grants Contact Christine Mills, Herts Community Foundation 01707 251351 Website www. comicrelief.com/apply-for-a-grant/uk/sport-relief/ Priorities Max £10,000 for community-based organisations for projects for disadvantaged people who would not otherwise take part in sport. The 948 Sports Foundation Contact Julie Dekker Old Albanian Sports Club Assistant Secretary Woollam Playing Fields 160 Harpenden Road St Albans Hertfordshire AL3 6BB 01727 864476 Priorities St Albans and surrounding areas to ensure due attention is given to the physical development of young people in schools and colleges; assist in the organisation and provision of facilities to encourage participation by such persons in physical recreation and sport; help organise or provide facilities for recreation for persons in the beneficial area whose youth or social/economic circumstances means they need such facilities. In writing to the correspondent. The Bernard Coleman Charitable Trust Contact The Secretary Moonstone Pilgrims Way Westhumble Dorking Surrey RH5 6AP Priorities To provide coaching facilities to young sportsmen and sportswomen and to give donations to other similar sporting charities and grants to sporting clubs and associations. The Cricket Foundation Contact Nick Gandon Lord's Cricket Ground St John's Wood London NW8 8QZ 020 7432 1200 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.ecb.co.uk/ Amount Maximum interest free loan £50,000 Priorities ECB affiliated, Clubmark accredited focus clubs only. Support to facilitate the recreational game through existing community participation, particularly amongst young people, and enable increased participation amongst all levels of the amateur game; interest-free loan scheme to amateur cricket clubs; facility grants both for cricket The Football Association Youth Trust Contact Mike Appleby Secretary Football Association Ltd 25 Soho Square London W1D 4FA 020 7745 4589 email@example.com Priorities The principal activity of the trust continues to be the organisation or provision of facilities which will enable pupils of schools and universities in the UK to play association football or other games and sports including the provision of equipment, lectures, training colleges, playing fields or indoor accommodation. In writing to the correspondent. Grants are made throughout the year. There are no application forms, but a copy of the most recent accounts should be sent. Mainly for county associations and educational institutions The Golf Foundation Contact Chief Executive Mike Round The Spinning Wheel High Street Hoddesdon Hertfordshire EN11 8BP 01992 449830 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.golf-foundation.org Priorities The sporting development of young people in the British Isles through golf by providing grants to other organisations and schools, creating its own projects, working in partnership with other organisations and subsidising golf instruction for young people. Unsolicited applications from organisations that share its aims and objectives may be considered. Contact the foundation's representative in your area for further details on applying for funding. The Lawn Tennis Association Contact The Lawn Tennis Association Website www.lta.org.uk/ Amount See website Priorities Loans and/or grants for indoor/outdoor courts and clubhouses under Places to Play strategy The Lister Charitable Trust Contact Nicholas Yellowlees Apperley Limited Market Street Maidenhead SL6 8BE 01628 421825 Priorities Water-based activities, primarily sailing, for disadvantaged young people Grants are usually one-off for a specific project or part of a project. Core funding and/or salaries are rarely considered. Funding may be given for up to one year. Apply in writing to the correspondent. The Lord’s Taverners Contact Derrin Gill Secretary to the Trustees 10 Buckingham Place London SW1E 6HX 020 7821 2828 email@example.com Website www.lordstaverners.org Priorities Youth cricket, minibuses for organisations supporting young people with disabilities and sports and recreational equipment for young people with special needs. The trust committee meets quarterly to review applications for grant aid. All applications must be presented on the appropriate application forms and should be submitted to the secretary no later than one month before the trust committee meeting. The Robert Clutterbuck Charitable Trust Contact G A Wolfe Secretary 28 Brookfields Calver Hope Valley Derbyshire S32 3XB 01433 631308 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.clutterbucktrust.org.uk Priorities Mainly UK, with preference for Cheshire and Hertfordshire; sport and recreation. In writing to the correspondent. There are no application forms. Applications are acknowledged and considered by the trustees twice a year. The Rowing Foundation Contact Pauline Churcher Secretary 6 Lower Mall Hammersmith London W6 9DJ 0208 878 3723 email@example.com Website www.ara-rowing.org/ Amount Grants are made in the range of £500 and £2,000 to pump-prime projects. Priorities Project funds for the aid and support of young people (those under 18 or still in full-time education) and people who are disabled of all ages, through their participation in sport and games, particularly water sports. Small organisations and clubs whose requirements may be too small or are ineligible for the National Lottery or other similar funds. The Stewards' Charitable Trust Contact Daniel Grist Secretary Regatta Headquarters Henley-on-Thames Oxfordshire RG9 2LY 01491 572153 Website www.ara-rowing.org/hsct Amount Grants range from £1,000 to £60,000. They are preferably one-off and are especially made where matched funds are raised elsewhere. No capital Priorities Grants to organisations and clubs benefiting boys and girls involved in the sport of rowing. It supports rowing at all levels, from grassroots upwards; beneficiaries should be in full-time education or training. Support is also given to related medical and educational research projects. Swimathon Foundation Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or write to the Administrator, The Swimathon Foundation, PO Box 4500, London W1A 7LF Website: www.swimathonfoundation.org Amount: Up to £5,000 Priorities: Training and development of staff and volunteers working in swimming pools, leisure centres and sports facilities in the UK Deadlines: Email to check current deadline Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust Contact: The Administrator, The Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust, PO Box 124, Stround, Gos GL6 7YN. Email email@example.com Website: www.austin-hope-pilkington.org.uk Amount: Usually up to £5,000, occasionally £10,000 or very occasionally £20,000 Priorities: 2008: music and the arts 2009: community & disability 2010: children, youth, elderly, medical This 3-year programme is then repeated. Deadlines: 1st June and 1st November Cash 4 Clubs Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.cash-4-clubs.com Amount: Three tiers of grants at £250, £500 and £1,000 Priorities: Examples: improvement of facilities, purchase of new equipment, coaching qualifications or general investment in sustainability of their club. Club must be registered with their sports National Governing Body or local authority. Deadlines: None Timescales: Quarterly decisions. Canoeing Foundation Contact: Tel 0845 370 950 or 0300 0119500. Email Website:http://www.bcuawarding.org.uk/bcu/SitePDFs/Canoe%20Foundation%20A pplication%20Form.pdf Amount: Up to 31,000 Priorities: Projects supporting or promoting canoeing ventures for young people and/or disabled people. Applications supporting sustainable groups, and providing equipment which can be used by a range of individuals, are more likely to be successful.
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