Sport England; Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund

Sport England has launched a new £5 million fund to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee that aims to use sport and physical activity to bring communities together and tackle inequalities.

Grants of between £300 and £10,000 are available to community organisations; including schools in support of new projects that inactive people to get active, or less active people to become more active. The funds could be used for things such as facility hire and coaching costs, or even small capital improvements.

Priority will be given to projects working with people living in areas of disadvantage, as defined by the Indices of Multiple Deprivation areas 1-3.

Eligible types of organisations that can apply are:

  • a community amateur sports club (as registered with HMRC)
  • an unregistered voluntary and community organisation with a not-for-profit constitution
  • a registered charity
  • a not-for-profit company (limited by guarantee without share capital or charitable incorporated organisation) and without persons of significant control
  • a community interest company (CIC) with no persons of significant control, or other social enterprise
  • community benefit society
  • a school using their facilities for wider community benefit
  • local authority bodies (including town, parish and community councils).

Applications can be submitted at any time.

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