Sport Kingston - Sports Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames includes Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth

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Sports Information for the Public
& Help for Clubs in the Borough of

Kingston upon Thames

Funding sports enable the clubs to develop - smiles all round! Running - For Running & Athletics Clubs Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth see the Kingston Sports Directory
Athletics - For Running & Athletics Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth see the Kingston Sports Directory Rowing Clubs in Royal borough of Kingston upon Thames - see Kingston Sports Directory

The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames includes Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth

Funding
Funders - Introduction Sportivate Funding Sportsmatch Postcode Community Trust
Sport England Inspired Facilities Fund  Sport London Funding Info Funding 4 Sport London Marathon Charitable Trust
Kingston Council Grants Zurich Community Trust Funding Application Help The Jack Petchey Foundation
Young Kingston Awards for All Active_Surrey The Lordís Taverners
Football_Foundation The Dickie Bird Foundation GRANTnet The Thames Community Foundation
SITA_UK Small Grants Programme Neil Desai Foundation Enable Sport 
Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC)     Contact Sports Kingston

Funders - Introduction  


Active Kingston Team Can Help You
There are many organisations/groups offering funding and we have listed below the links to probably the most popular.
Please donít be put off by the application forms, if youíre having problems donít forget that Sport Kingston and the Active Kingston Team can support you and help with the forms and also endorse your application if relevant.
Just to make you aware that a lot of funding organisations are now and will be funding only clubs that have Clubmark or the generic equivalent so take a look at the Clubmark page to find out more. There is support for your club through this process from us & the Active Kingston Team.
 
Sport England

Inspired Facilities Fund
Inspired Facilities is focused on making it easier for local community and volunteer groups to improve and refurbish sports clubs or transform non-sporting venues into modern grassroots sport facilities.
Inspired Facilities Sports Kingston - Funding
Part of Places People Play, Sport Englandís programme to deliver a London 2012 legacy of increased mass participation in sport, it is investing £50 million of National Lottery funding in up to 1000 community sports projects between 2011 and 2014.
The application process opened again in March 2013.
To find out more visit:
Sport England Inspired Facilities Fund
Sport England
 
Kingston Council

Kingston Council Grants
Following a review in 2012, Kingston Councilís Grants to Voluntary Organisations were relaunched for 2013/14 with new grant strands designed to benefit local groups :-
ē Strategic Partners Programme
ē Community Investment Fund
ē New Initiatives and Emerging Needs
Royal Borough of Kingston Grants Unit 
The Small Grants and neighbourhood Grants continue to run as in previous years.
Details of all the current grant strands can be found via the link below:
Kingston Council Grants
 

Funding Application Help


Advice Or Support With Above Funding Applications
If you would like any advice or support with any of the above funding applications, please do not hesitate to contact:
Sue Johnson
Commissioner - Active Kingston
Active Kingston Team
Guildhall 2
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1EU
Tel: 020 8547 5212
Email: sue.johnson@rbk.kingston.gov.uk
 
Young Kingston

Helping Young Disabled
Young Kingston gives grants to young people aged 5 to 19 (up to 25 if you have disabilities) who live or study in the Royal Borough.
You can apply for a grant of up to £500 to support your development as a sportsperson or to help you with a group project.
Young Kingston - Funding for Young
You must show how you could use the grant to benefit the wider community Ė and representing Kingston at a high level in your chosen sport would fit well.
You can find out more and download an application form from www.youngkingston.org.uk
 
Cash4Clubs

Sports Grants Scheme
Cash4Clubs is a sports grants scheme which gives clubs a chance to win grants ranging from £250 to £1000 for a variety of projects from improving facilities, buying equipment or gaining coaching qualifications.
Cash4Clubs is a sports grants scheme
The scheme is funded by Betfair and supported by SportsAid.
The application form is easy and available on-line, grants are awarded quarterly following selection by the committee.
More info: Cash-4-Clubs.Website
 
Football Foundation

Revitalising Grass Roots Sports
Football Foundation is playing a key role in revitalising grass roots sports investing in our parks, sport and playing fields.
Football Foundation is playing a key role in revitalising grass roots sports
They have a number of schemes available on the Football Foundation website
Active Surrey

Funding Guide
At Active Surrey, we offer funding advice to sports clubs, individual athletes, coaches, local authorities, etc.
Active Surrey Funding Guide
Contact us if you would like us to help you. A Local Funding Advisor can also help with your enquiry.
Active Surrey Funding Guide
 
SITA UK

Improvements To Community Facilities
SITA UK runs a small grants scheme of up to £10,000 through the Landfill Communities Fund to support physical improvements to community facilities.
Sita Trust for Community Funding
Further information is available on the
SITA Trust website
 
London Sport Funding Info

Listings With Search Facility
The latest information on funding opportunities available for sport and physical activity related projects.
London Sport Funding
London Sport Website Funding pages
 
Sportivate Funding

The application window for Sportivate funding is now OPEN!
Sportivate offers funding for clubs, groups or individuals to provide six to eight weeks of sport or physical activity coaching to participants aged between 14 and 25.
Sportivate Funding Opportunities
The programme is offered by the 49 County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) nationwide with the intention of increasing sports participation to young people.  More info
 
 
 
 

Zurich Community Trust


Helps Disadvantaged People
This funder supports groups or charities that work with disadvantaged people in order to help them achieve a more fulfilling and independent future, moving from dependence to independence.
Zurich Community Trust
Grants between £500 - £2,000 are offered addressing various needs including disability and learning disability.
Website: www.zurich.co.uk/zurichcommunitytrust
 

Funding 4 Sport


'One Stop Shop'
Funding 4 Sport has just launched its new website to provide a One Stop shop for Sports Clubs, Local Authorities, Governing Bodies of Sport, University students and all those interested in sport, play and physical activity development.
Funding 4 Sport
More info - see Funding 4 Sport website
 

Awards for All


Funding Small Community Projects
Awards for All is a Lottery Grants scheme funding small local community based projects.
The aim is to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need.
Awards for All is a Lottery Grants scheme funding small local community based projects
A comprehensive guide and application form is on the Awards For All website.
 

The Dickie Bird Foundation


Helping Disadvantaged Young People
The Dickie Bird Foundation aims to help disadvantaged young people under the age of 18 to participate in sport to the best of their ability irrespective of their social circumstances, culture or ethnicity.
Dickie Bird Foundation
The grants will help with the cost of clothing, equipment and contribute towards travel costs.
More info: Dickie Bird Foundation Website
 

Small Grants Programme


From Sport England
Sport England Small Grants Programme has been set up to help local community sport projects which aim to increase and sustain participation, develop opportunities.
They can also help clubs expand their age groups and purchase kit or even pay additional coaching fees.
Sport England Small Grants Programme
More information:
Sport England Small Grants Programme
 

GRANTnet


Free Service From GRANTfinder
GRANTnet is a straightforward free to use service from GRANTfinder which can help users identify suitable funding for their projects.
GRANTnet can help users identify suitable funding for their projects.
More information on the GRANTnet website
 
Sport Kingston Mailing List

To receive email alerts and news, simply send a  message to
mailing-list@sport-kingston.co.uk
 
Archery - Sport in Kingston Chessington Tolwoth & New Malden
Postcode Community Trust

The Community Sports Programme focuses on supporting grass-roots sports clubs and organisations to obtain kit and equipment.
Community Sports Programme - Postcode Community Trust
Applicants may request kit and/or equipment totalling between £100-£2,000.

Please note you may at present only apply for items which are available through our third-party supplier of kit and equipment, Gift of Kit. The documents below provide a list of available products - as well as our guidance for applicants, with information on eligibility, tips for applying and examples of what we will and will not fund.
More Info: Community Sports Programme - Postcode Community Trust
 
Enable Sport 

Fund to Assist Gifted & Talented Disabled Children 
A national childrenís charity is seeking the countryís gifted and talented disabled children to apply for adapted sports equipment'. Read more: ďEnable SportĒ programme launched by Caudwell Children, in partnership with Barclays Wealth
 
London Marathon Charitable Trust

Grants To Refurbish & Expand Sporting Facilities
The London Marathon Charitable Trust offers grants to refurbish and expand sporting facilities. Grants are only available at certain times of the year, the application form is very easy to complete and the monitoring is not too onerous, unlike some!
Applications are now invited for grants from the surplus received from the Virgin London Marathon Limited. London Marathon Charitable Trust application form
There is no minimum or maximum amount. The trust seeks to support as many community projects as possible. Other than special projects for the protection of playing fields, it is unusual for the Trustees to consider grants exceeding £150,000 at this time.
To see the eligibility and criteria, or other information please see London Marathon Charitable Trust .
 
Sportsmatch

Funding Not-For-Profit Organisations
Sportsmatch brings additional funding to not-for-profit organisations that have secured sponsorship to deliver new projects to get people playing and enjoying sport. Grants from £1,000 up to £100,000 are available to match sponsorship from the commercial sector, private individuals or charitable trusts.
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Clubs, voluntary organisations, sports governing bodies, councils, schools and universities can get their applications in now, and the first awards will be made in early April. To find out more click here
If you would like to apply for funding and would like some advice, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Active Kingston Team.
 
The Jack Petchey Foundation

Grant Giving Charity
The Jack Petchey Foundation is a grant giving charity that funds programmes which benefit young people aged 11 - 25 years of age. They also have schemes that support and recognise club volunteers.
The Jack Petchey Foundation is a grant giving charity that funds programmes which benefit young people aged 11 - 25 years of age
Funding applications are open during certain times of the year so it is worth keeping an eye on the The Jack Petchey Foundation website
 
The Lordís Taverners

Grant Giving Charity
The Lordís Taverners offer grants to give young people under the age of 25, able-bodied or with disabilities a sporting chance.
Funding is available for a variety of things such as manual sports wheelchairs or specially adapted mini-buses.
The Lordís Taverners offer grants to give young people a sporting chance
More information from The Lordís Taverners website
 
The Thames Community Foundation

Has Useful Information On Grants Available.
Objectives of The Thames Community Foundation include Funding charities, community groups and social enterprise with a focus on community based action and projects that do not attract mass public support.
More information: The Thames Community Foundation website
 
Neil Desai Foundation

Small Grants
The Neil Desai Foundation has just announced that they are now in the position to award small grants, up to £500 to sports clubs in Kingston.
Some of you may have met Urmi Desai during our recent Club Night where she explained the reasons why the Foundation was set up and the forthcoming opportunity for clubs to apply for funding.
The Neil Desai Foundation has just announced that they are now in the position to award small grants, up to £500 to sports clubs in Kingston
Use the following links for Guidelines and Application Form and please visit the Neil Desai Foundation website to find out more and maybe consider this very worthwhile Charity when holding fund-raising events.
 

 CASC


Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) Scheme
Benefits of the scheme include very significant tax relief and Gift Aid on donations.
More information: www.cascinfo.co.uk
 
 

Contact Sport Kingston


If you have any comments or questions you can contact the Active Kingston Team
Email: info@sport-kingston.co.uk
 
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