up to £500
The Inspire Awards will provide financial assistance to young people aged 13 to 21 years old.
The England Golf Trust (previously known as the EWGA Trust) is a charitable organisation, helping young people in financial need who, without its support, would not be able to play golf.
If you are a local sports club involved with any aspect of the actual delivery of grass-roots sport/physical activity in Watford, this will interest you.
Coaching Bursary Scheme to assist members of affiliated clubs who wish to obtain a Coach Bowls qualification.
up to £2,000
Grants of up to £2,000 available to give good causes within a two mile radius of a One Stop store. The grants will be available to support projects that benefit local communities - helping to improve lives and local places.
• Backing the Best has been developed to support talented young athletes who, because of their family's financial situation, might not get the opportunity to fulfil their sporting potential.
• Backing the Best will help England to develop talent from areas that it might otherwise miss out on. It will help athletes with limited resources realise their potential without having to worry about petrol costs, hotel stays, kit, or even the most basic tools – such as trainers or the right food and nutrition.
• Priority for disabled athletes, females and those from BME backgrounds.
up to £1,000
Persimmon Community Champions is here to help local community groups, good causes and charities and can donate up to £1000 to local UK groups and charities, which have already raised vital funds themselves.
£100 to £1,000
The Joanna Brown Trust provides talented young athletes from across the UK with financial support to help them excel in their chosen sports.
In addition to our funding partnerships with Sport Islington and Sports Aid, The Joanna Brown Trust welcomes applications for grant funding from young people participating in sport.
To apply for a grant from The Joanna Brown Trust please send an email or letter outlining why you should be awarded a grant, how you would use it and how it would benefit you in your chosen sport.
up to £5,000
Grants must directly benefit disadvantaged people in the UK and must be for something that is wholly charitable. Funding is available to cover part time salaries, equipment or materials but is for one year and must deliver a local project, not a national initiative. We aim to fund a complete item rather than simply make a contribution to an appeal.
£100 to £300
Community Matters is an initiative to enable Waitrose branches to support local communities and application forms can be found on the front of the Community Matters token collection points in Waitrose Branches.
Grants are available for: Welfare organisations, community groups, clubs, schools, local divisions of national charities, local charities
£2,500 to £5,000
1:00am - Wed 31st July, 2019
Angus Irvine Playing Fields Fund
Local community groups, sports clubs and charities can receive grants for projects that will increase opportunities for young people in disadvantaged areas of the UK to play outdoor sport.
The Angus Irvine Playing Fields Fund continues the work of the Playing Fields Legacy Fund, a charity that was established in 2012 by the late Angus Irvine with the aim of getting more people, especially the young and disadvantaged, playing sport.
£20 to £5,000
The British Gymnastics Foundation is providing a new Hardship Grant to provide financial support to enable their members to continue to be involved in gymnastics.
East Midlands Netball will support their affiliated members by providing subsidies and mentoring opportunities to help develop coaches; tutors; umpires; volunteers and players across the region.
The Clothworkers’ Foundation aims through its funding to improve the quality of life, particularly for people and communities facing disadvantage.
Trustees of the Trust are committed to supporting a large number of excellent local organisations and projects that support disabled children and their families on a daily basis.
Screwfix Foundation are offering funding to registered charities to fix/maintain/improve community facilities within the UK.
£5,000 to £20,000
The Trust funds capital projects which provide or improve facilities for recreation or leisure in London, Surrey, Aylesbury Vale and South Northamptonshire.
£10,000 to £500,000
After pausing the fund for three months, the Big Lottery Fund has reopened their £190 million programme.
£300 to £10,000
Financial assistance is available for voluntary groups, schools, local authorities and health bodies in England to carry out projects that will improve their local community.
up to £3,000
Grants are available to local charitable groups for small local projects that benefit the communities of Leicestershire and Rutland.
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