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Kent Trust for Youth Sport Open Golf Revenue Projects Fund

up to £1,000

5:00pm - Fri 13th December, 2019

The aim of the Kent Trust for Youth Sport Open Golf Revenue Projects Fund is to support and encourage young people under the age of 21 within the county to participate in golf. We are particularly interested in projects that would support the purchase of shared kit/equipment; pay for individuals to qualify as coaches; contribute towards the cost of sports development and/or coaching programmes and fund sports events.

Kent County Council Open Golf Capital Legacy Fund

up to £10,000

5:00pm - Fri 13th December, 2019

The aim of the Kent County Council Open Golf Capital Legacy Fund is to support the development of golf in the county by offering grants to organisations to improve facilities and widen participation.

Toyota Parasport Fund

£1,000 to £5,000

5:00pm - Fri 20th December, 2019

The Toyota Parasport Fund has now launched!

This exciting new UK-wide programme aims to help activity providers improve the quality and quantity of sport and activities available to disabled people.

Kent County Council Early Help Fund

£500 to £15,000

12:00pm - Mon 23rd December, 2019

The Early Help grants will support new and existing organisations and innovative projects which contribute to meeting the local need and priorities for the District’s children and young people.

The Knight's Academy of Dance Competition Team

£2,000 to £10,000

12:00am - Fri 27th December, 2019

A young, innovative and professional dance school. Our dancers are all bursting with enthusiasm, willingness to learn, talent & dedication. We pride ourselves on the high standard of our children, their behaviour towards each other & in their attitude towards other dancers & teachers. Learning to dance is a life skill, privilege & a tool that can aid children in all walks of life as they grow into young adults. We ensure that the children know how lucky they are to have such wonderful opportunities and ensure that our teaching is of the highest standard.

Kent Sport Small Grants For Individuals (Must Be A FANS Member)

up to £400

11:45pm - Sat 1st February, 2020

The aim of the Kent Sport Small Grants Scheme is to encourage and increase participation in sport and physical activity by residents within Kent County Council or Medway Council administrative areas (excludes London Boroughs).

Sports Directory UK Small Grant

£50 to £500

11:45pm - Sat 1st February, 2020

The aim of the Sports Directory UK Small Grant Scheme is to encourage and increase participation in sport and physical activity by residents within Kent County Council or Medway Council administrative areas (excludes London Boroughs).

Kent County Council Coach & Official Bursary

The Kent County Council Bursary Scheme provides funding for coach/official development. It seeks to increase the quantity and quality of coaches and officials in Kent, and therefore assist in the development of the sport in the county.

Kent County Council Capital Grant Scheme For Sport

up to £10,000

This scheme aims to encourage the development of sports in the county by offering grants to sports organisations to improve facilities and widen participation. Amount available: up to £10,000 (only for countywide strategic projects)

Swale Borough Council - sport and physical activity grant

up to £1,000

Swale Borough Council has allocated £20,000 in grant funding to support community projects and organisations help achieve the objectives set out in our Move ourselves - Sport and Physical Activity Framework for Swale 2012-17. The maximum grant for any one project is £1,000 and only one application can be submitted by an organisation in each financial year.

Golding Homes - Community Chest Fund

up to £1,000

Are you looking for financial help to deliver an event or project that will benefit your local community? Then we might be able to help. We offer small grants of up to £1,000 for community organisations to run activities and deliver projects that will benefit their local community.

Satellite Clubs

Satellite Clubs are funded extensions of community sports clubs or physical activity sessions which specifically target the 14-19 age group. These sessions should be established in new venues which are more convenient and accessible for young people e.g. youth clubs, secondary schools or colleges.

Warburtons Financial Giving Programme

£250 to £10,000

Warburtons financial giving programme is aimed at supporting projects, activities and organisations that have charitable aims and will be of real direct benefit to families. The support they provide should reach charities and organisations delivering work that aligns to their priorities and has a direct and tangible impact.

Badminton England - Club Support Grants

To support your club to develop Badminton England are offering you the opportunity to apply for a club support grant of up to £500. The grant should be used to help your club develop and grow which could be done for example by, increasing the number of sessions, developing your coaches, running an open event.

Sporting Capital

£50,000 to £150,000

The £3m Sporting Capital Fund provides loan funding of between £50,000 and £150,000. The loan funding will be used to help organisations develop new projects, operations and revenue streams. Our goal is to help develop more sustainable community sports organisations. We can invest in a wide range of organisations from community clubs, social enterprises, charities and profit with purpose businesses and each loan is flexible and tailored to the organisation to meet their needs.

Kent Recreational Cricket Welfare Trust

The objectives of the Trust are to assist in the provision of facilities to encourage the play cricket for recreation for the general public; particularly children and young people in full-time education with the object of improving the conditions of life for such persons.

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