Funding Opportunities for Sport
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Sport England is committed to helping people and communities across the country create sporting habits for life.
This means investing in organisations and projects that will get more people taking up and continuing to play sport and creating opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.
In addition to our investment in key partners to deliver specific objectives, we are launching funding programmes open to a wide range of organisations. These include sports clubs, voluntary or community organisations, local authorities, schools, colleges and universities.
More information about these funding programmes can be found from the sport england website or calling 08458 508 508. Funding application templates are available below, however all applications must be made on line.
Funding for Talented Athletes in Suffolk
Suffolk SportsAid Foundation
The Suffolk SportsAid Foundation has been established to support local athletes. Working in partnership with SportsAid it's sole purpose is to raise money to support Suffolk's talented sportsmen and women to achieve their sporting goals.
For information on accessing funding from your NGB please visit the relevant website.
The Suffolk Foundation
The Suffolk Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Suffolk.
If you are involved with a community group in your area a grant from The Suffolk Foundation could help to support your cause. Telephone the administrator, Sue Wright on 01473 734127 who will be happy to send you application forms/guidelines in the post or email, or answer any queries you may have.
Lloyds TSB Foundation
This is a grant giving trust set up by the bank and it covers a large number of different groups who could benefit from its activities. Further information is available on www.lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk