map markerAwards for All

Awards for All is a National Lottery Sports Fund programme delivered through Sport England.

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map markerCommunity Amateur Sports Clubs

Community Amateur Sports Club is an initiative run by the Inland Revenue, which gives sports clubs (or clubs with sport as their main purpose) many of the benefits of charitable status without the various administrative responsibilities associated with being a charity

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map markerEngland and Wales Cricket

Interest Free Loan Scheme - The England and Wales Cricket Trust welcomes eligible ECB affiliated cricket clubs with junior sections to consider an interest-free loan to assist in the development of facilities on their ground.

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map markerFootball Foundation

With grants ranging from £100 to £1m, the Foundation can help with all your needs, whether it is a new changing room, community project, floodlights, pitch drainage or a football kit for your junior team.

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map markerLord's Taveners

The Lord's Taverners mission is to give young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance. We achieve this by providing opportunities for young people, able bodied or with disabilities, under the age of 25 to participate in sport & recreation. Over the last 50 years we have given over £36m away to schools, sports clubs & special needs organisations.
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map markerNational Governing Bodies

Some NGB's have their own grant schemes. It is advisable to check with the governing body for your sport to ascertain whether:


  • a. they offer grant aid
  • b. they know of other funding sources for your sport

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map markerPeter Harrison Foundation

Opportunities though Sport - The Trustees wish to support sporting activities or projects which provide opportunities for people who are disabled or otherwise disadvantaged to fulfil their potential and to develop other personal and life skills.

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map markerComic Relief (Sport Relief and Red Nose Day)

Sport Relief grants look to support voluntary and community groups who are using sport to:

  • Increase access to sport and exercise for people who face social isolation and exclusion
  • Help people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives to regain their confidence

Comic Relief

In the UK, Comic Relief funds work that aims to achieve at least one of our five themes. We do this by supporting organisations with the people, ideas and ability to tackle complex problems and create positive social change across the UK. Young people and older people are important to us, as are others who face disadvantage, particularly in areas with high levels of deprivation. We also welcome proposals from projects that use sport to transform lives.

Our UK grants team follows a flexible and responsive funding strategy, allowing organisations to select the approaches they feel are most effective in tackling pressing issues.

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map markerChildren in Need

BBC Children in Need accepts grant applications for good quality, carefully planned projects which make a positive different to children's lives.

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