As a club, it is great you are thinking about applying for funding to support the work that you do. It is important to note that the emphasis today, less about ‘Sport for sport’s sake’ and more on the community surrounding a club and the contribution the funding will make to that. It is important to consider these outside factors before placing a bid.
Funding Opportunities for Coaching - May 2012
Part of Places People Play, Sport England’s programme to deliver a London 2012 legacy of increased mass participation in sport, Inspired Facilites is investing £50 million of National Lottery funding in up to 1000 community sports projects between 2011 and 2014 purely in capital projects.
To find out more and browse our catalogue of suggested and costed facility improvements, visit Sport England's Inspired Facilities website.
For more information as to whether your club is eligible, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Whilst there are many sources of funding for large scale projects the major funders of sport at a local level are still members, friends and the local community. Social events, raffles and local companies looking for sponsorship should be a clubs first stop when searching for funds.
There are some simple steps that will guide you to gaining funding
What do you or your club want?
Why do you or your club want it?
When do you or your club want it?
How are you or your club going to get it?
Snowsports specific funding/programmes:
English Ski Council Foundation Trust Fund: ::
The support fund is available for members who are looking for funding to help them develop in Snowsports. Applications can be made for a wide variety of reasons, including training,equipment or support for Coaching Awards.
For further information, please email email@example.com