Funding For Clubs
Re-Build Activity Fund
Update 3 Nov 2020: Archery GB’s Re-Build Activity Fund is now paused. Please see below for further information on funding opportunities. All received applications will be assessed and clubs should hear from us shortly.
The UK Sports Councils invest National Lottery and public money to help people play sport and take part in physical activity.
Sport England – A £16.5m Return to Play Fund is available. There are three parts to this new fund – Small Grants and the Community Asset Fund, which have been adapted from pre-coronavirus funds, and Active Together crowdfunding, which has been extended – with all three now focusing on a safe return to play and narrowing the inequalities gap in sport and physical activity. Visit: https://www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/our-funds
Sport Scotland – The Sport Facilities Fund (sportscotland’s main facility funding programme) and National Lottery Awards for all (funding for a wide variety of one-off costs) are still open for application. Visit: https://sportscotland.org.uk/funding/
Sport Wales – The Progress grant is intended to help progress sport and activity to the next step and support long-term sustainability. This grant is intended to help clubs and organisations work towards three principles of Tackling inequality, Creating long-term solutions to be more sustainable, Taking innovative approaches. Visit: https://www.sport.wales/beactivewalesfund/progress-grant-be-active-wales-fund/
Sport NI – Sport Hardship fund open until 12noon 5 November – although may be extended. The fund has been developed to help sport and physical recreation organisations meet their obligations, in particular fixed costs, which are no longer supported with revenue as a result of coronavirus. Visit: http://www.sportni.net/funding/our-funding-programmes/sports-hardship-fund-2/
We run two funding webinars a year. The most recent one is available to view by downloading the slides and notes on the link below. The information provided gives an overview of the current sport and funding policy of the Government, and funders such as Sport England, Sport Scotland and others, and how to best align your project and funding applications to the criteria of the funders.
Please get in touch with Archery GB to gain support for projects and help in preparing applications – email email@example.com
To watch the latest funding webinar please click here.
We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with easyfundraising – the UK’s largest charity fundraising site.
easyfundraising gives members a simple and straightforward way to raise donations for clubs without having to donate any money themselves. 4,000 shops and sites will donate to your archery club for FREE when members use easyfundraising to shop with them. These funds can then be put towards equipment, targets, match fees and anything else that your club might need!
Could your archery club be the highest raising this Christmas? Consider doing all your Christmas shopping through the easyfundaising website or app this year because the Archery GB member club that raises the most in shopping donations until 31 December will win a bonus donation of £500!