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Kent Trust for Youth Sport Open Golf Revenue Projects Fund

Summary: 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.

About Kent Trust for Youth Sport Open Golf Revenue Projects Fund

The countdown has started for the return of The Open to Sandwich in July 2020 and Kent is getting ready. From 12 to 19 July 2020 The 149th Open will be hosted at Royal St George's in Sandwich for the first time since 2011 and will showcase the world's best players competing for the Claret Jug.

Kent County Council, Kent Trust for Youth Sport and Kent Sport are inviting organisations to apply for capital and/or revenue funding to support and encourage new participants into the game around this prestige event.

Kent Trust for Youth Sport Open Golf Revenue Projects Fund

Priority will be given to sports clubs and organisations with projects:
• Located in/or benefitting children and young people from deprived wards
• Targeting young disabled people, girls or young people from BAME groups
• Match funded up to 50%

What we will not fund:
• Curriculum time activity
• Capital projects
• Projects intended for private gain
• Retrospective funding (this is paying for works you have already completed)
• Non-Golf related projects

Eligibility:
Applicant organisations must:
• Be formally constituted sports clubs (non-commercial) and voluntary community organisations
• be located within the Kent County Council administrative boundary
• not have started the project
• not be asking for 100% of the project costs


Notes
Deadline for applications is 1 March 2020. Kent Trust for Youth Sport as host agency, have the right to audit and monitor to check the grant is being spent appropriately and in accordance with the conditions of the award.

Applications will be assessed by the Kent Trust for Youth Sport Board of Trustees and we will let you know the outcome within 1 month of the grant closing deadline.

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