StreetGames is committed to supporting our network in every way that we can through this crisis. We understand that funding is a pressing concern for many of the projects in our network, especially those who may have received funding for activities that can no longer be delivered during the lockdown.

Our team is here to help, so please reach out. You can get in touch with your local Doorstep Sport Adviser or email us at info@streetgames.org.uk

On this page, you can also find further advice on how and where to apply for additional funding.

Charity Excellence Framework (A free, online toolkit to increase impact and funding) - https://www.charityexcellence.co.uk/

Wales:    

Sport Wales have released details of the Be Active Wales fund here                                     To view the general information webinar – Click here to view the recording.                                                       To view the application form webinar – click here

UK Wide

1. Alpkit - prioritising funds to support projects that shift of focus over the coming months, prioritising funds to support projects that demonstrate an immediate impact on those affected by the Covid-19 virus crisis. £500 grants. 3 April.
2. #ArtInAid - for every acquisition of artwork, Le Dame Art Gallery will donate 30% on sales to a charity of your choice or to one of their selected group: WHO - Wellcome Trust - Italian Hospitals - CDC Foundation.
3. Asda - has donated £5m to its partners FareShare and the Trussell Trust. This will provide over 4 million meals to families in poverty, as well as more than 3000 charities access to free food over the next 3 months. That's fantastic of Asda, but the need is huge - support the Trussell Trust by donating here.
4. Big Society Capital - plans emergency £100m loan fund for charities.
5. Cadent Foundation - Midlands, North West England, South Yorkshire, East of England and North London. Committed £240k to the Trussell Trust last week, ready to support other worthy causes.
6. CAF Coronavirus Emergency Fund - organisations with income of £1m or less, up to £10k to support day-to-day activities in the current health emergency or your Covid-19 emergency response activities.
7. Greggs Foundation - funding for emergency food parcels, hardship payments and other support to schools and community hubs.
8. Halifax Foundation - prioritising Covid-19 related grant applications, will now consider applications from constituted groups not yet registered as a charity with the Charity Commission.
9. Indigo Trust - has donated £1m to the Trussell Trust for food banks.
10. Leathersellers Company - prioritise applications from UK registered charities supporting the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless, provision of food and essential supplies, victims of domestic violence, nursing care to vulnerable patients.
11. Martin Lewis - has made £1m available to fund urgent coronavirus grants of £5k to £20k to small registered UK charities - community aid, financial advice help and more - to help with specific UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects. His hope is to get the money is distributed within the next couple of weeks. Closed to new applications.
12. National Lottery - announces all the funding decisions for next 6 months (up to £300m) will be devoted to crisis and they will accelerate the cash part of this funding as much as possible.
13. National Zakat Foundation - people in our community whose financial situation is badly affected by this public health crisis. 3 April.
14. Neighbourly - micro-grants of up to £400, to support good causes that are helping communities.
15. National Emergencies Trust - launching an to help those most effected by the outbreak. They collaborate with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.
16. Princes Trust - £5million fund entrepreneurs aged 18 to 30, grants and tailored support to maintain core business operations, as well as meet any existing financial commitments. 5 April.
17. Skills For Care - User Led Organisations (ULO): identify the development requirements and training needs of individual employers and PAs, and deliver, or organise, purchase and support training for individual employers and PAs. 6 April.
18. Social Investment Scotland has launched a £2m Credit Union Resilience Fund to support credit unions with their working capital and liquidity. 3 Apr.
19. Standard Life Foundation - work directly related to crisis, addressing challenges & helping to contribute to social change which tackles financial problems and improves living standards.
20. Sylvia Adams Charitable Trust - coronavirus funding announced, no details yet. Works with young people.
21. Tech Force 19 - innovators who can support the elderly, vulnerable and self-isolating during COVID-19 to apply for government funding of up to £25,000 to test their solution.
22. Tesco - £30 million support for local communities, including £25 million food donations programme. Bags of Help COVID-19 Community Fund grants of £500, including women’s refuges, food banks, hospices, homeless charities, social isolation groups, schools, charities supporting the elderly. 3 April.
23. The Fore is offering fast-track emergency grants of up to £5k to organisations in its portfolio – with the option to apply for more than one grant. Pioneers Post 3 April.
24. Vo Tech Now - part of Ufi’s response to support the vocational learning sector in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25. Yapp Charitable Trust - small UK charities affected by the impact of COVID-19, grants up to £3k. Registered charities in England and Wales, with a total annual expenditure of less than £40k; core costs and staffing. 3 April.

Sport

1. Comic Relief - some of the money raised through Sport Relief 2020 will go to organisations on the frontline. Support for grantees through adapting activities, reviewing timeframes, or re-budgeting remaining funds.
2. Sport England: Community Emergency Fund - including those not currently supported by us, who have a role in supporting the nation to be active but who are experiencing short-term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the impact of coronavirus. Organisations can apply for grants between £300 and £10,000.
3. Sport England: Sector Partner Fund - Active Partnerships and national governing bodies, on bespoke measures that may be needed for any instances of immediate financial distress.
4. Sport England: Sector Stimulation Fund - will be rolled out in coming weeks.

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