The landfill funder SITA Trust is changing to the SUEZ Communities Trust. The change is taking place because the company which donates the landfill tax credits distributed by the Trust has recently rebranded as SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK. Over the coming weeks you will notice their website, emails etc. being updated with our new […]
Pacemakers is a film about an amazing group of senior athletes, who at 90+ are competing to be world champion sprinters in the Olympics for OAPs. Several of the senior athletes in the film effectively harness their athleticism to improve their quality of life and alleviate symptoms associated with chronic health conditions. For instance, Hugo […]
This report was commissioned by the National Gardens Scheme in 2015. Its intention is to contribute to the understanding, assessment and development of the links between gardens, gardening and health. It sets out the evidence base on how gardens and gardening relate to health across the life-course. It highlights how, at different points in the health and social care […]
While Team GB achieved historic success at Rio 2016, there has been growing concern that grassroots sport is under threat in the UK. Local authority spending on open spaces – essential for engaging new sportspeople – fell by 14 per cent between 2010 – 2014. The temptation to auction off assets is also significant, and […]
Sport Funding Videos
Funding4Sport’s Funding Calendar
A Lottery grants programme that funds small, community-based projects across the UK. Grants from £300 – £10,000. Fund projects that enable people to take part in art, sport, heritage and community activities, as well as projects that promote education, the environment and health in the local community. This is a rolling programme with no deadline.
Small Grants uses Lottery funding to make awards of between £300 and £10,000 to not-for-profit organisations to help more people play sport. This is a rolling programme with no deadline.
FUNDING 4 SPORT CLIENTS
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FEATURED CASE STUDIES
Methley Cricket Club
Methlet CC required additional changing rooms as the current changing facilities didn’t meet the recommended ECB standards in terms of both quality and safety, as well as a new pavilion floor - Funding4Sport helped make this happen.
Snainton Cricket Club
Snainton Cricket Club: Double Bay Cricket Net Practice Facility Snainton Cricket Club wanted to install a new Double Bay Cricket Net Practice Facility with security fence. They wished to install this to replace the clubs old net practice facility which was in disrepair and has been condemned due to being unsafe. Why was it needed? […]