Are you aware of the funding your club could enjoy through Sport England's Small Grants Programme?
If you have identified a project that requires financing, you could tap
into anything from £300 to £10,000 of the £7 million grant Sport
England makes available through this programme.
These are just a few reasons why you may want to apply for funding from Sport England's Small Grants Programme.
- Want to buy sports equipment for your club?
- Struggling to pay your transport costs?
- Coaching sessions need to be paid for?
- Volunteers' expenses spiralling out of control?
What's the best way to ensure your club makes a successful application for the funding it deserves?
It's a good question with a simple answer: all you have to do is attend the brand new 'Sport England Small Grants Programme' workshop and you will improve your clubs chances of making a successful application to the programme.
How can we be so sure?
| Well, Sport England owns the runningsports
programme and the Small Grants Programme, so this workshop will put you
in the best possible position and take the guesswork out of applying
for the funding.
You benefit from getting an insider's grasp of the programme,
including a step-by-step guide to a successful application, including:
Plus, you will be given the opportunity to discuss specific aspects of your application one-to-one with the tutor.
- what makes a project eligible
- what makes a project fundable
- the planning process for a project
- the common mistakes and reasons for failure
You also get a supporting workbook jam-packed full of useful information to help guide you through the application process.
So, what are you waiting for?
100% of last year's delegate would recommend a runningsports
workshop: that's a glowing report! So if you have a project in mind
which needs financing, book onto this workshop today and avoid wondering
if you could have made a successful application.
Check the Workshop Calendar to find out when this workshop is running near you.
Alternatively, if there is not a date to suit you, contact
your local sports development team (county sports partnership, local
authority or national governing body of sport) to register your
interest. Find your nearest county sport partnership
Don't just take our word for it; see how attending runningsports workshops have helped clubs in the past: