This programme offers a larger amount of funding (over £10,000) for organisations that work together with a shared set of goals to help their community thrive
Coaching Bursary Scheme to assist members of affiliated clubs who wish to obtain a Coach Bowls qualification.
up to £10,000
Match funding for capital works (building or refurbishment) that will enhance spaces in local communities to give people the opportunity to be more active.
up to £2,500
The scheme is intended to support groups undertaking adventurous endeavours. In particular, the scheme wishes to fund adventurous "firsts", which have not previously been attempted.
£500 to £10,000
National Lottery Awards for All offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities.
The Club Cricket Charity in partnership with the ECB, have supplied and distributed over 300 portable units to cricket teams and clubs across the UK. The charges through, supply partner The Community Heartbeat Trust, are at a huge discount to real costs.
Sportscotland provide support towards the cost of governing body recognised qualifications. Coaches will qualify for the following subsidy amounts:
Level 1: 40% of full course cost with a maximum value of £75
Level 2: 60% of full course cost with a maximum value of £350
The Rob George Foundation provides practical and/or financial support to young people with life threatening or terminal illness and to young people who demonstrate exceptional commitment and/or ability in the worlds of sport or the performing arts but may be held back by their financial situation from pursuing their goals.
up to £3,000,000
This programme offers up to £3 million of grant funding (over three years) to empower voluntary and community sector organisations to work together with the local health and care sector to boost the health and wellbeing of their communities.
The Birnie Trust Sports Foundation is a charity set up to provide financial support to young people aged 13 to 18 in Scotland.
up to £20,000
Grants are available to registered charities for new projects which will improve people's lives in the UK
The Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF) is a tax credit scheme, linked to Scottish Landfill Tax that encourages landfill site operators to provide contributions to Approved Bodies, who can then pass the funds onto community and environmental projects. The SLCF replaced the UK scheme in Scotland on 01 April 2015.
up to £500,000
The Main Grants Scheme supports charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, the dominant purpose of which is to benefit either the Arts or Learning. Please note that we do not support applications from
We welcome applications from all parts of the UK, and we would like to encourage more applications from all regions and countries of the UK.
£500 to £2,000
Our Express Grants can help meet a wide range of costs, including general running costs such as rent or staff salaries; activities and events; equipment or materials; marketing and awareness-raising initiatives and training
up to £100,000
To support you in Sport, Education, Health & Arts
£500 to £25,000
Grant for registered charities undertaking education, welfare or community projects in Surrey, Warwickshire, Worcestershire or Scotland.
Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. The Erasmus+ UK National Agency is a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK.
£250 to £2,000
The Alfred Haines Charitable Trust is a small local grant making charity.
The Trust primarily allocates its funds to support local organisations helping people to improve their quality of life.
The Trust prefers to make donations towards specific items and does not give to large appeals.
up to £100,000
sportscotland's Sport Facilities Fund (SFF) supports capital projects that create or improve places where people take part in sport and physical activity.
£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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