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Power of sport to help tackle crime

Sport England has awarded the National Alliance of Sport for the Desistance of Crime (NASDC) £100,000 of National Lottery funding to look into how sport can be used to help tackle crime and anti-social behaviour. The investment will help the project gather fresh insight into the lifestyles of young people at risk of anti-social behaviour and offending. Delivered […]

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By: <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/wirelizard/4880963745/' target='_blank'>Brian Burger</a>

Top tips for Sportivate funding application

London sport have produced an application tutorial video to give your organisation the best chance of being successful in a Sportivate Application. Although this refers to their own Sportivate Scheme it provides a range of helpful tips for all organisations looking at Sportivate funding. To view this click here; https://youtu.be/znXSi3FyDMs?list=PLIYFrNhwsSGzxHaZxIQoBzReNIeRd-B51 If you would also like to […]

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By: <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/patsch/6824467389/' target='_blank'>Patrik Tschudin</a>

Veolia Environmental Trust Accepting Applications for 2018 Projects

Funding for constituted not-for-profit organisations that are within five miles of an operating Veolia site in England or Wales. The Veolia Environmental Trust offers grants of between £10,000 and £75,000 for projects located within the proximity of a qualifying Veolia site in England or Wales. Match funding of at least 20% is required, and applicants […]

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Sport England Launches ‘Tackling Inactivity and Economic Disadvantage Fund

The new Tackling Inactivity and Economic Disadvantage Fund is part of Sport England’s dedicated fund to tackle inactivity. This fund focuses on two different lower socio-economic groups: inactive people who are in employment and inactive people who are far less likely to have a steady income, or any income at all. There is a total […]

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