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The National Hockey Foundation

Summary: Grants of £10,000 - £75,000 available to organisations to grow hockey at youth or community level.

About The National Hockey Foundation

The Foundation primarily makes grants to a wide range of organisations that meet one of our chosen areas of focus:

• Young people and hockey.

• Young people and sport in Milton Keynes.

• Enabling the development of hockey at youth or community level.

• Smaller Charities.

What the Foundation supports.

This is only a general guide and does not constitute an exhaustive list. Falling within these criteria does not guarantee funding as it is the Trustees who make the final decision.

• Grants for which the application has been supported by England Hockey.

• Grants can be awarded to clubs, limited companies, registered charities and other bodies.

• Grants are usually awarded to organisations working with young people (approximately defined as individuals under 21 years old).

• Grants can be awarded for medium to long-term projects (i.e. over one year) or for shorter term one-off projects. A maximum limit of 3 years of support can be provided (either an instalment grant or three separate applications).

• Grants can only be awarded to specific projects and not for general donations.

• Grants can be awarded for refurbishment costs e.g. equipment purchase, and for a new construction.

• Funding generally will be given for training/re-training, educational equipment, activity based learning, sports equipment, transport and occasionally costs of project staff. If requesting salary funding applicants should submit a job description for the post.

• Grants may be awarded to cover part of a cost of a project.

• In appropriate circumstances the Trustees may consider offering a loan to support particular projects.

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