Kent Sport: Small Grants for Organisations

Sports

The aim of the Kent Sport Small Grants for Organisations scheme, is to encourage and increase new participation in sport and physical activity by residents within Kent County Council or Medway Council administrative areas (excludes London boroughs).

Funding is available for formally constituted not-for-profit or statutory organisation providing sports opportunities. For example: sports clubs; voluntary organisations; schools; local authorities and national governing bodies of sport. Applicants should be Kent Sport Club Connect Members. Club Connect is a free membership scheme.

Kent Sport will fund:
  • Coaching costs
  • Facility hire
  • Equipment
  • Marketing and publicity
  • Events
  • Shared team kit

Applications must received by 5pm on:

  • Thursday 1 June 2017
  • Wednesday 1 November 2017

For further information and how to apply please click here.

 

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