Awards for All
Grants up to £10,000 from the Awards for All programme are open to not-for-profit organisations, including parish and town councils, schools and health bodies.
They can be used to support small-scale projects that promote arts and education, encourage healthier living, develop local sports, support heritage initiatives and boost community
Awards for All South East,
Tel: 03454 102030
The Big Lottery Fund
Big Lottery Fund is responsible for giving out half the money for good causes raised by the National Lottery, giving a budget of about £630 million a year. Funding covers health, education, environment and charitable purposes. They are committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need.
3rd Floor Dominion House,
Tel: 01468 462900
CLA Charitable Trust
The Trust focuses on education, recreation and country sports. The main focus is -
- Promoting education in the countryside for disadvantaged and city children and young people
- Supporting horticultural and agricultural training for people with disabilities
Mr Peter Geldart, CLA Charitable Trust,
Website: CLA Charitable Trust
Kent Sport and Physical Activity Service
The KSPAS has a wealth of information for those involved in sport in Kent, and one of the services provided by the website is a searchable database of available funding. They can also assist in preparing applications to the Big Lottery Fund and attracting private sponsorship.
Kent Sport and Physical Activity Service, Environment, Planning and Enforcement, Kent County Council,
30 Kings Hill Avenue,
Tel: 03000 414001
Fax: 03000 422745
Ladbrokes in the Community Charitable Trust
The trust aims to work with a wide range of charities and good causes, helping raise funds and tailoring initiatives to meet the demands of local communities. Projects supported include those helping children, hospices and sports.
Ms Ros Barker,
Ladbroke Racing Ltd,
Tel: 0208 515 586
Peter Harrison Foundation
The Foundation's 'Opportunities through Sport' programme supports activities or projects which provide opportunities for disabled people or those who are disadvantaged to fulfil their potential and for other personal and life skills to be developed. Grants of £500-£5,000 can be applied for under the Small Grants programme.
Peter Harrison Foundation,
42 - 48 London Road,
Tel: 01737 228000