Alphabet of Sports Funding. ‘D and E’ is for…..

Daily Telegraph and RBS Sport for You

It encourages the development of clubs across the country. A simple application form is all that needs to be completed to apply.

Five £1000 support packages are available each month

To visit their website click here; www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/amateur/8281316/A-1000-amateur-sports-club-grant-could-be-yours.html

Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

Will spend £10m on projects helping young refugees and asylum seekers prior to being wound up between 2011 and 2015

Will also spend up to £5m on its Partnership fund for previously supported projects in the areas of mental health, penal affairs and learning disabilities

To visit their website click here; www.theworkcontinues.org

Dickie Bird Foundation

The vision of the Foundation is to assist financially disadvantaged young people under 18 years of age to participate, to the best of their ability, in the sport of their choice irrespective of their social circumstances, culture or ethnicity and to ensure that, in doing so, they improve their chances both inside and outside sport

To visit their website click here; http://www.thedickiebirdfoundation.co.uk/

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation

Grants are available in four programme areas

Arts & Heritage programme: Until mid-2008 they will focus primarily on the contemporary visual arts including crafts, design, fine art, new media, photography and sculpture. The heritage programme aims to preserve and provide public access to our national heritage, particularly outside Greater London.

The Foundation’s Education programme covers two broad areas of interest: New approaches to education and Hard-to-reach learners. They look to support imaginative and flexible approaches to learning that are unlikely to be funded through statutory education sources.

The Environment programme wishes to promote environmental improvements which balance the needs of people and wildlife.

The Social Change: Enterprise and Independence programme aims to enable people and communities facing disadvantage to improve their lives and prioritizes those at greatest need.

Funding is available between £300 and £600,000

Grants may be for one year or for up to three years. Decisions on grants of £20,000 and under will be made within two months of receiving an application, with decisions on grants over £20,000 made within five months.

To visit their website click here; www.esmeefairbairn.org.uk

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