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Small Grants & Support for Clubs. Schools & School Games (Including Education,& Health funding). Access. Whole Sport Plans (NGBs) 2013-17. Transition to Clubs*.  WSPs start at age 14  Focus on 14-25 for relevant sports Mandatory growth targets Payment by results

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Small grants support for clubs

Small Grants & Support for Clubs


Small grants support for clubs

Schools &

School Games

(Including Education,& Health funding)

Access

Whole Sport Plans (NGBs)

2013-17

Transition to Clubs*

 WSPs start at age 14

 Focus on 14-25 for relevant sports

  • Mandatory growth targets

  • Payment by results

  • Enhanced governance

  • Talent development

Supported by CSP Club Link Makers*

Rewards

Higher Education

Mid-range/Improvement

Further Education

Governance

Door Step Clubs & Get On Track

Facilities

New capital

Community

Sport Pot

Local Investment

Health pilot

Market development

* £7.5m for CSP Club Link Makers has been included within the local investment budget. All figures are draft and subject to Board approval. Numbers have been rounded in this diagram.


Small grants

Small Grants

  • Lottery funded programme – £7m p.a.

  • £300 - £10,000

  • Sport England 2012-17 strategy

    a) An increase in the proportion of 14-25’s playing sport once a week

    b) A growth in regular (once a week) participation for all those aged 14+

    c) A reduction in drop off at ages 16, 18, 21 & 24

    d) Growth in participation by people (aged 14+) with a disability.

  • Open programme with regular decision meetings

    http://www.sportengland.org/funding/small_grants.aspx

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The last 3 years

The last 3 years…

  • £20m invested directly into grass- roots sports

  • over 3012 awards made

  • 84 sports have received funding

  • 350/ 354 Local Authority areas have had at least 1 award.

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The last 3 years regional picture

The last 3 years…. Regional Picture

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The last 3 years top 20 sports

The last 3 years…. Top 20 Sports

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Policy criteria

Policy & Criteria

  • Not for profit organisations

  • New initiatives

  • We don’t fund: Construction costs, repeat activity, running costs, statutory obligation, retrospective funding

  • Need and demand

    - Why this project/sport

    for those people

    in that place

  • Project Planning

  • Outcomes and outputs

  • Sustainability

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What makes a good application

What makes a good application

An eligible and well-run organisation

  • Not-for-profit

  • Clear and robust governance

  • A remit to deliver sport

  • Financially sound

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What makes a good application1

What makes a good application

Your project

  • Within Small Grants policy

  • Well planned

  • Participants

  • Represents a good investment

  • Plan in place for continuing participation

    • Continue to deliver the project at end of funding

    • Provide opportunities for participants elsewhere

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What makes a good application2

What makes a good application

Tell us why your project is needed

  • Links with sport in the local area

  • Support from relevant organisations

  • Demonstrate demand

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Providing local expertise

Providing local expertise

‘All for the project, but no local money available’

‘Told us to apply to Sport England’

‘Our 3 year development plan is tied very closely to the objectives of their strategic plan and will create an opportunity for disabled people to participate in this popular sport. They gave us assistance updating our safeguarding policy and put us in touch with a club in the north of the region who delivered a similar project last year.’

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Application process support

Application process & support

  • On-line application

  • Web-based guidance

  • Guidance tools (checklists, dummy application form, templates)

  • http://www.sportengland.org/funding.aspx

  • 08458 508 508 funding line (8am-9pm Mon, 8am-6pm Tues to Thurs, 8am-5pm Fri)

  • [email protected]

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Small grants support for clubs

Creating sporting opportunities in every community


Small grants support for clubs

Creating sporting opportunities in every community


Club leaders

Club Leaders

http://www.sportenglandclubleaders.com/

Register online

Free training and support to those doing the day-to-day running of community sport

Being delivered by Pricewaterhouse Coopers working with Sport England to help improve business skills in sports clubs.

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Club leaders what is available

Club leaders – What is Available

  • Modules – Cash Flow, Capital, Marketing, Organisation, Budgeting

  • Seminars - Governance, Facilities Management and Marketing

  • Mentoring - see online

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Club leaders bus tour

Club Leaders – Bus Tour

Find out more

  • 24th October – Shrewsbury

  • 25th October – Warwick

  • 26th October – Black Country

  • 27th October – Black Country

  • 28th October - Wolverhampton

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