£1,000 to £10,000
Not for profit organisations that are looking to refurbish their existing or develop new football facilities can apply for grants of up to £10,000 through the Football Foundation's Premier League & the FA Facilities Fund Small Grants Scheme.
The funding is available for the provision of capital items, or to refurbish/improve existing facilities.
£250 to £5,000
Grants are available for local voluntary organisations and charities that work with disadvantaged people and help them achieve a more fulfilling and independent lifestyle. 15-mile radius of Zurich office in B16 9PF grants are offered.
up to £1,000
The Bernard Piggott Trust provides grants to registered charities working in Birmingham, Solihull, Denbighshire, Gwynedd or Isle of Anglesey.
Supporting disadvantaged and disengaged young people.
Supporting youth sailing
up to £500
Supports young people (under 30) in the UK who want to use volunteering or community service to set up something new in their community.
Grants to support young sailors.
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.
up to £1,000
The Birmingham Bodenham Trust is based in Birmingham and can provide small grants to disabled children, up to and including 19 year olds. Applications are welcomed from organisations and individuals.
Our Development Awards can help to cover costs such as: course fees, transport or equipment to help you achieve your plan to get into education, training or employment.
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.
£50,000 to £100,000
The programme aims to help clubs become more financially sustainable and play a bigger role in their local community. This is aimed at Football Clubs (non –league clubs in steps 5-7) with funding available between £50,000 to £100,000.
This HM Revenue & Customs website outlines tax-break opportunities for community sports clubs.
up to £100,000
Rugby Football Foundation’s Interest Free Loan scheme provides up to £100,000 in an interest free loan to capital works to clubs at level 4 and below.
£500 to £2,000
Grants from £500 - £2,000 available for coaching & umpiring qualifications through your sports club to support development of children & young people.
£10,000 to £75,000
Grants of £10,000 - £75,000 available to organisations to grow hockey at youth or community level.
Free floodlights for local football clubs which will also house wireless antennae to enable broadband coverage.
£100 to £5,000
Small grants, between £100-£5,000 (around 100 grants made per year) for social inclusion projects. Prospective applicants should be aware that less than 15% of the applications received are successful.
The Big Society Fund is provided by North Norfolk District Council to help build strong communities in the district. It aims to help communities to develop new and innovative projects which will improve their social and economic wellbeing.
up to £3,000
Make grants for running costs and salaries to small registered charities in England and Wales to help sustain their existing work.
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