The Everyday Active small grant aims to encourage and increase participation in physical activity by residents within Kent County Council or Medway Council administrative areas (excludes London Boroughs) affected by the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
£300 to £10,000
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund aims to use sport and physical activity as a means of bringing a community together and tackling inequalities via awards of between £300 and £10,000 from a pot of £5 million of National Lottery funding.
£50 to £1,000
Talents and Interests grants are organised by HeadStart, who are funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and Reconnect Kent to support children's and young people's emotional wellbeing, resilience, health and happiness.
£200 to £800
11:45pm - Fri 13th January, 2023
Medway Can is a new campaign to encourage everyone to live healthier lives and become more active.
We're challenging local organisations including employers, organisations, education settings, food providers, residents, and health professionals to help tackle obesity in Medway.
Being overweight increases our risk of suffering from long term health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and can lead to a stroke.
5:00pm - Fri 24th February, 2023
Each Folkestone & Hythe Councillor has a 'ward budget' of up to £3,000 to help community projects.
£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.
up to £2,000
Individually tailored grants of up to £2,000 for children and young people who have experienced a recent crisis or significant change in life, including those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Can fund items and activities to help improve social and emotional wellbeing and increase capacity to engage in education and learning.
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.
up to £1,000
Return to Disability Football is a £300k fund providing grants of up to £1,000 to help clubs and organisations most in need to restart or deliver new disability football activity.
The Active Kent and Medway 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.
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).
up to £250,000
The facility loan scheme provides loans up to £250,000 to help venues deliver projects that will grow the number of people playing tennis. This scheme is part of the LTA's mission to grow tennis by making it relevant, accessible, welcoming and enjoyable.
£1,000 to £10,000
Kent Tennis are offering club loans. These will normally be between £1000 and £10000 at 0% interest over a maximum of 5 years. Loans can be available for improvements to facilities and to aid increasing participation, but not to cover day-to-day running costs or expected maintenance and repairs.
up to £10,000
Coronavirus is presenting new and significant challenges to voluntary organisations across Kent & Medway, making it harder for them to support vulnerable people at exactly the time when the needs of these vulnerable people may be increasing hugely.
up to £500
Folkestone Town Council has created an emergency Community Resilience
Fund enabling voluntary groups and local organisations to apply for funds of
up to £500 a time to assist the community during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
up to £500
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.
up to £2,500
Community grants are awarded up to £2,500 for local groups supporting beneficiaries across Medway and Swale. The funding can be requested to support long term, short term and one-off activities which contribute to the Involving Medway Community Grants objectives.
Kent Golf have funding to support junior development, club open days and club development. For the latest information please click on 'more information' below.
£250 to £2,500
Dover District COVID-19 Community Fund has been created to help communities respond to the exceptional challenges we are now facing. The fund will support local charities and community organisations that are delivering essential services to vulnerable Dover District residents impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19).
up to £1,000
The Community Health and Wellbeing grant scheme has been established to support community projects and organisations achieve the objectives set out in Swale Borough Council’s ‘Swale Active Lives Framework 2017-22 - Towards an Active Swale’ and ‘Swale’s Health and Wellbeing Improvement Plan 2020-2023’, but particularly to contribute to improving the health and wellbeing of Swale’s residents. Only one application can be submitted by an organisation in each financial year.
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