Funding Small grants
We offer grants of between £50 and £2,000 to groups and clubs that can show that they would have real difficulty funding projects without our help.
Funding available for investments that bring people together and build strong relationships in and across communities, improve the places and spaces that matter to communities and enable more people to fulfil their potential by working to address issues at the earliest possible stage.
Specifically for women looking to gain a coaching qualification. Up to 75% of costs associated with a Level 1, 2 or 3 coaching qualification. Applications are accepted throughout the year.
Various amounts available for projects that help to empower those in the community to lead healthier lives and develop through sport.
Support to improve sport, recreational and play facilities.
To encourage participation in community focused activities.
The Transform Foundation offer grants to charities to improve their websites. This grant could help to increase their ability to raise funds, more effectively serve their beneficiaries and raise broader awareness of their cause.
The Trust provides kit and equipment to community sporting groups in Hampshire.
Helps volunteers develop and improve their coaching skills.
To support the running costs and overheads associated with sports projects.
A Sport England scheme for projects that increase participation and development opportunities. Grants from £300 – £10,000.
Support community groups and individuals in Hampshire. Grants of up to £1000 are available.
Provides funding for practical elements of projects such as equipment and resource. Amounts between £500 and £2,500.
Grants for good causes in the community – voted for by Waitrose Customers. Up to £1000.
Varied grants from the Football Foundation to help grassroots clubs with different projects.
For projects related to education, training or financial capability. Up to £10,000.
Funding for projects that support; homelessness, penal affairs, asylum seekers and refugees and community-based initiatives for disadvantaged young people aged 16 to 25. Up to £5,000.
For charities and non-profits that run activities to inspire disabled and disadvantaged people through sport. Up to £500.
Applicants must be registered charities or CASCs. Grants for projects that help disabled or disadvantaged people fulfil their potential through sport.
Awards grants for projects that enhance local communities. Amounts from £100 -£2,000.
Valuable tax relief and Gift Aid on voluntary donations for amateur sports clubs.
Working with entertainment partners/venues across UK to supply tickets for fundraising groups.
Recycle electronic equipment to earn points to redeem against sporting experiences and products.
SportsWorks (Eastleigh Borough Council)
Funded by Sport England, run by Eastleigh, the scheme covers costs of delivering projects – anything from training to marketing.