Funding advise for Aikido

Funding 4 Sport

This is a consultancy, supported by a number of the major sporting agencies to advise sporting and associated organisations on opportunities for funding and where appropriate to provide direct support in the preparation and submission of applications.

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They also provide a document called ‘A Guide to Writing a Funding Strategy’
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Funding schemes you might want to consider:

The Sport England Small Grants Programme
This uses lottery money to make awards between £300 and £10000 to not for profit organisations to help young people ( 14+) and adults take and keep a sporting habit for life

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The Adam Millichip Foundation
To provide financial support and assistance to disabled people who wish to participate in sports, with the aim of improving the quality of their lives.

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Richard Overall Trust
The Richard Overall Trust was created in memory of Richard who had Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy to help other disabled children and young people enjoy and participate in sport. It provides funding for specialist sports equipment, training, sports clothes, transport and tickets to sporting events.
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The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation currently distributes over £2m per year for projects across the UK. The funding is available through the Small Grant Scheme, which provides grants of up to £10,000 and the Large Grant Scheme which offers grants of between £10,000 and £30,000. The Trustees look favourably upon projects concerned with areas of deprivation.

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Healthy Communities Small Grants Programme
The Healthy Communities Small Grants Programme awards grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 of funding to local community and voluntary groups. We’re particularly keen to support grassroots activity that will help local residents live longer healthier lives.

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