Funding for Community & Sports Clubs

Published 20.12.2022

Grants of up to £10,000 are available to charities, community groups, local authorities, clubs, and other not-for-profit organisations delivering sports and physical activities to improve the health and wellbeing of black, Asian and minority ethnic children and young people in England. The funding is made available by BME Youth through the Together Fund, a Sport England initiative which helps people who are most in need of support to get and remain active particularly those from culturally diverse communities, disabled people, lower socioeconomic groups and people with long term health conditions. Funding can be used for equipment, coach fees and expenses, hire of facilities, promotion and publicity, staff costs, and transport. Applications will be accepted at any time until the 31st March 2023 or until all funds have been allocated.


Here is a list of sports they will fund - Adapted sport, American Football, Angling, Weightlifting, Wheelchair rugby, Wheelchair basketball, Archery, Arm wrestling, Water polo, Water skiing, Water surfing, Football Association, Athletics, Tug of war, Walking, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Table Tennis, Trampolining, Triathlon, Basketball, Boxing, Bobsleigh, Squash, Skiing, Swimming and diving, Bowling, Chinese Martial Arts, Cricket, Skating, Snooker, Softball, Canoeing, Curling, Cycling, Rowing, Rugby league, Rugby union, Darts, Disability Sports, Dodgeball, Modern Pentathlon, Movement and Dance, Netball, Equestrian, Exercise and fitness, Fencing, Life saving, Motor sport, Mountaineering, Floorball, Gliding, Goalball, Karate, Kite surfing, Lawn tennis, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Health & Wellbeing Activities, Hockey, Ice hockey, Horse riding,Ice skirting and Judo


Please click on the link to access the website and application form - Funding for Sport & Physical Activities for Disadvantaged Young People (England)

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