Sport NI funding pledge

Sport NI pledges £100,000 for clubs through ‘Project Re-Boot: Activate’ fund

January 15th 2022
Vicky Sartain

Sports clubs in Northern Ireland are invited to apply for funding to help with their post-Covid recovery.

Launched in September 2021, ‘Activate’ is the second strand of Sport NI’s Project Reboot. It is delivered as part of Sport NI’s Covid-19 response through ‘Supporting Sport to Build Back Better’ funding.

Project Re-Boot: Activate is delivered in partnership with Crowdfunder UK. It offers 50 per cent of match funding up to £5,000 for sports clubs and organisations looking to deliver new programmes to engage and re-engage people in sport.

In the last three months Sport NI has pledged £100,000 to support a number of campaigns. Fifteen have already been successful in drawing support from more than 1500 individual supporters and raising an incredible additional £170k for their project.

Apply now to help your sports club

Visit the Sport NI website here to find out how to apply – the application deadline is 18 March 2022.

New to Crowdfunding? Click here to register for Sport NI’s Project Re-Boot webinar for advice on how to go about setting up the best campaign possible. The webinar is on 19 January, 1-1.30pm.

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