up to £10,000
4:00pm - Mon 24th August, 2020
England Golf has today invited applications from all affiliated clubs and facilities to The R&A’s Covid-19 Support Fund.
In agreement with The R&A, a sum of £2,555,000 has been made available to clubs in England hit hard by the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
£300 to £3,000
England Boxing is distributing a further £150,000 of Sport England funding to help ease the financial burden on boxing clubs in the country’s most deprived communities.
Applications for the Tackling Inequalities Fund are being accepted with immediate effect for between £300 and £3,000.
up to £5,000
The Screwfix Foundation currently offers local registered charities and not for profit organisations funding of up to £5,000.
The funding is for projects that relate to the repair, maintenance, improvement or construction of homes, community buildings and other buildings in deprived areas or for those in need.
up to £10,000
We’re encouraging not for profit organisations who play an important role in keeping their community physically active to get involved.
If your sports club has had to cease operations due to the ongoing pandemic and in doing so is experiencing short term financial difficulty, follow the link below to start setting up a crowdfunding campaign and apply for up to £10,000 match funding today.
The LTA packages of additional funding and measures to support those involved in tennis in Britain who have been severely impacted by the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
£20,000 to £50,000
Voluntary and community sector (VCS) organisations have a vital role working alongside our NHS colleagues to support anyone who has a mental health problem.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, demand for mental health services is increasing.
To help VCS organisations based in England continue to provide mental health services - or provide additional support - organisations can apply for a Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund (CMHRF) grant.
up to £1,000
Boxer Anthony Joshua has launched a bid to support the UK's fitness experts during the global coronavirus pandemic.
The Rugby Football union have agreed a support package directly funded from the RFU worth £7m to provide support for community clubs in England.
up to £5,000
ECB Emergency Support Programmes for the recreational game during the coronavirus pandemic.
£300 to £10,000
This new fund aims to help community sport and physical activity organisations who are experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
up to £3,000
A small number of grants are available to registered charities for the advancement of education, arts and culture, amateur sports, the promotion of good health and relief for sickness in the UK and Africa.
Grants are available for sailing clubs in the UK to promote participation in boating by those who are disadvantaged by reason of youth, age, infirmity or disability, financial hardship or social circumstances.
Grants are available to local non-profit organisations and groups for projects within two miles of a One Stop store in Great Britain that benefit local communities by helping to improve lives and local places.
£500 to £1,500
Grants are available to voluntary and community groups in the UK to help run summer play schemes for the benefit of disadvantaged children.
£500 to £2,000
Grants are available to UK registered charities for projects for the benefit of people of all ages with physical and mental disabilities within the UK.
£2,000 to £10,000
Grants for clubs, community groups and regions across the UK with an active interest in wider canoeing participation.
The Bruce Wake Grant is administered by the Bruce Wake Charitable Trust and is available for voluntary and community organisations in the UK.
Grants are available to charitable organisations in the UK for local projects and activities that benefit the wider community, address local needs and make a significant difference to the local community.
£1,000 to £10,000
Grants are available to UK registered charities for charitable projects that support people of all ages who are socially disadvantaged and/or have mental and/or physical disabilities.
£500 to £15,000
Grants are available to small registered charities, voluntary groups and charitable organisations in the UK for work that makes a difference to people's lives as opposed to simply alleviating the symptoms or current problems and should aim to reduce isolation, stigma and discrimination.
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