List of UK funders
Wembley National Stadium Trust
A charitable grant-making trust, distributing funding received from Wembley National Stadium Ltd to support community sports activities.
A charity that gives children, particularly in disadvantaged areas, access to a wide range of quality local sport
Awards for all
A lottery grant scheme offering grants between £500 and £5,000 to local communities.
Sports Leaders UK (formerly British Sports Trust)
Helping young people to give them the skills, advice and confidence to provide sporting opportunities to their neighbourhood.
Sportivate is a National Lottery funded initiative that forms part of Sport England's mass participation legacy programme, 'Places, People, Play'.
Sport and Recreation Alliance (formerly Central Council for Physical Recreation)
The SRA is the national body for governing sports and recreation activities. The website gives a information on the range of fund available for sports.
Funding can be obtained for certain specific requirements.
European funding programme
A database of over 400 EU grants and loans.
The Football Foundation
With grants from £100 to £1m the Football Foundation can fund projects such as new team kits and improved changing rooms.
Government funding (voluntary and community sector grants)
Government grants for the voluntary and community sector.
Inclusive Fitness Initiative
Promotes and support opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in physical activities
Grant application for 'lifestyle interventions' - physical activity, healthy eating and smoking cessation programmes that will help to prevent or reduce the risk of heart disease.
The National Lottery
Awards to support projects in sports facilities, youth coaching and development, sports events and supporting athletics excellence.
Grassroots sponsorship incentive scheme matching commercial sponsorship, pound for pound
Creates opportunities for people to start in sports, stay in sports and succeed in sports.
Supports talented men and women in sports where we compete as the United Kingdom.