up to £10,000
The Together Fund exists to help reduce the negative impact of coronavirus and help community groups working with our target audiences to grow and help more people.
up to £50,000
A commitment from the Premier League to fund projects and organisations that improve the relationship between fans and their clubs.
£300 to £10,000
Sport England Small Grants uses Lottery funding to make awards of between £300 and £10,000 to not-for-profit organisations to help more young people (aged 14+) and adults take and keep a sporting habit for life.
£250 to £5,000
The Hedley Foundation provides grants to smaller charities operating across the spectrum of social need.
up to £500
The Alec Dickson Trust supports young people (under 30) in the UK who want to use volunteering or community service to do brilliant things in their communities.
£20,000 to £60,000
The Large Grants include: Improving Lives Fund, which offers to support the work of established organisations with incomes of up to £3 million in the UK and Strengthening Communities Fund, which supports the work of small community based organisations working in the most deprived UK areas.
up to £10,000
Community Business Crowdmatch provides an incentive to maximise your crowdfunding campaign by match-funding what you raise from a crowd, up to £10,000.
Their main beneficiaries are under 25 years of age and disadvantaged by way of physical or mental disability or social deprivation – or any combination of the three. Please ensure you read the Wooden Spoon project criteria before applying.
£2,000 to £100,000
Trusthouse is an independent foundation which makes grants each year to charitable organisations based in, or working in, areas of extreme deprivation in the UK.
£10,000 to £500,000
This programme offers a larger amount of funding (over £10,000) for organisations that work with their community to help them thrive.
The Anthony Joshua Fund has been set up to help England Boxing member clubs thanks to a generous donation from the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world champion.
Our Development Awards can cover the cost of course fees, tools or equipment to help you achieve your goals.
Apply for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan to help with the costs of a course at a college or training provider if you’re 24 or older. The course must be an eligible Level 3 or 4 course. Courses are paid for by a loan scheme, for which monthly re-payments are due only when you are earning over £21,000 per annum.
This HM Revenue & Customs website outlines tax-break opportunities for community sports clubs.
£5,000 to £20,000
The Trust funds capital projects which provide or improve facilities for recreation or leisure in London, Surrey and Aylesbury Vale
up to £1,500
Homes in Sedgemoor tenants, leaseholders, resident groups, voluntary & community groups and registered charities. We welcome applications from organisations that have a particular project that is targeted towards the area that we work in.
You will need a bank account in the name of the organisation with at least two signatories. If you don’t have a bank account, we may award your grant to another organisation who agrees to hold the grant on your behalf. In exceptional circumstances, we may agree to hold the grant for you and pay expenses on receiving an invoice or receipt.
£300 to £2,500
The Grass Pitch Maintenance Fund is a £14m fund that provides eligible clubs and leagues with a tapered six-year grant to help them sustain pitches already at a 'good' level and enhance pitches that are either considered 'poor' or 'basic'.
up to £25,000
Small grants scheme offers grants of up to £25,000 for items that will help support your club from the restart and beyond. Whether you want to score your goals in style with some new goalposts or need some new maintenance machinery to keep your groundsman happy.
We help children and young people living with cancer across the UK regain their physical fitness, strength, mental wellness and confidence by giving them new bikes, specially adapted trikes, tandems, other equipment and support.
up to £50,000
We partner with small and local charities across England and Wales, helping people overcome complex social issues. We’re an independent charitable trust funded by the profits of Lloyds Banking Group.
up to £10,000
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.
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