Future proof your club and your sports people through an integrated approach to sustainable funding sources.



In addition to traditional sports facilities where people enjoy physical recreational activity, there are many outdoor spaces across the UK; canal towpaths, cycle routes, woodlands, nature reserves and open spaces – many of which have the potential to be used and enjoyed as part of an everyday lifestyle.  

So, we are interested to hear from any sports club or community organisation that has a suggestion to offer that will make a difference to the places where people play sport and get active. 

Or if you have a facility, large or small, in the local community, that has the potential to be used for sport and leisure. It would be great to hear from you. 

Please click here to go to the online contact form and soon after we receive it we will get in touch with you to discuss further.
 

Options for acquiring funding


For all sports, especially those where funding from Sport England has been reduced or cut, there are other channels open where investment funding can be applied for to improve and supply, facilities, sports coaches, equipment, spectator areas amongst others.  

In itself the UK Sports Development Association provides both the tools and resources to help sports clubs to acquire investment funding either through third party investment, sponsorship, increased membership / spectators and additional funding initiatives, this line of support is available to UKSDA Members Section. 

UKSDA Member Seminar:

The Challenging Funding Landscape
UKSDA Member Seminar
London - December 12 2022

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Here are some alternative links to potential forms of funding. Individual clubs have a variety of options to apply for grants, including, but not limited to: 

  

Awards for All England: distributing Lottery Funds for a small grants scheme of between £300 and £10,000, aiming to improve local communities and those most in need. 

  

Boost Charitable Trust: to “champion the disabled and disadvantaged and to inspire them to overcome their challenges through the power of sport". Offering both small awards  

(£500 or less) and large awards (over £500). 

  

Cash 4 Clubs - Sports Grant Scheme: any club that is registered with a sporting Governing Body can apply for awards of £250, £500, or £1000. 

  

Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASC): providing tax breaks for NFP organisations. 

  

Community Sport Activation Fund: a £47.5million Lottery Funded programme providing grassroots activity and grants at a local level administered by Sport England. 

  

Local Authority Grants - on application to the respective local authority. 

 
 

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