The aim of the Council when awarding these grants is to provide general grant support to the community that will benefit the socio-economic culture and environment of Bassetlaw.
up to £1,500
Every year Gedling Borough Council give money to support local community groups and activities.
up to £5,000
The Nottinghamshire County Councillors' Divisional Fund gives every County Councillor £5,000 to spend on projects, people and organisations in their areas.
Local groups can apply for funding for a wide range of community and environmental projects within 7 miles of a Lafarge - Tarmac site.
up to £3,000
Make grants for running costs and salaries to small registered charities in England and Wales to help sustain their existing work.
£10,000 to £75,000
Biffa Award uses money from landfill tax credits, donated by Biffa Waste Services to award grants to community and environmental projects across the UK.
The programme has been established in partnership with Active 4 Today, Ashfield District Council, Bassetlaw District Council, Gedling Borough Council, Mansfield District council and Rushcliffe Borough Council who are all committed to supporting the development of the County's sports coaches and volunteers.
The aim is to engage with groups on a long term basis so that they will continue to enjoy the park into the future. In addition, the Authority is endeavoring to work closely with an increasing number of boroughs.
SportsAid aims to support the right athletes, at the right time, with the right support. The financial challenge of trying to reach the top of their sport is one of their greatest barriers to success, so grants are available to meet essential costs.
The FANS scheme provides sportspeople of a national level with free access to fitness, swimming and aerobics for 12 months at Rushcliffe Borough Council run sports facilities.
up to £600
The Coach Scholarship Scheme enables people who coach at a club in Rushcliffe to achieve and improve their coaching qualifications and experience.
up to £1,500
Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more.
up to £1,500
HSBC Golf Roots Plus supports local groups and organisations working with young people where involvement in golf may provide an alternative and positive focus. It may be used as a diversion to antisocial behaviour or as an inspirational activity that provides an opportunity for young people to experience the wide and varied benefits of golf.
£300 to £10,000
Sport England's Small Grants Programme focus is on increasing participation in sport by people aged 5+ years and above. A wide range of organisations can apply including sports clubs, local authorities and community organisations.
up to £100
The East Midlands Dance Academy offer financial support to passionate fitness teachers and instructors hoping to develop their career in the fitness industry. The Open Bursary is available to anyone wanting to take a course or continuing professional development (CPD) through one of our organisation members.
£500 to £3,000
The Rowing Foundation is a registered charity. Its purpose is to promote the participation in rowing of young people (those under 18 or still in full time education) and the disabled of all ages.
The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation (BSCF) was established in 1960 and is a general grant making trust.
up to £1,000
The Bingham Trust provides grants for projects which benefit the SK17 postcode in and around Buxton.
£1,000 to £10,000
The Boost Choose Now Change Lives programme has been launched as part of Boost's 20th-anniversary celebrations. To celebrate, Boost will be offering community grants to support a range of community groups and organisations.
England Golf Trust has teamed up with PING to support young golfers with a brand-new custom fit, full set of PING Prodi G golf clubs and bag.
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