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Heart of Bucks announces Moving Our Community Fund – UK

Heart of Bucks announces Moving Our Community Fund – UK


Deadline: 30-Jun-21

The Heart of Bucks Foundation is seeking applications for its Moving Our Community Fund’s grant program to support groups who are working to enable their community to get active and recover well from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Heart of Bucks has partnered with Leap, as local partners for Sport England’s Tackling Inequalities programme, to deliver their Moving Our Community Fund. They have also been fortunate to receive support for this programme from the Nic Willoughby Fund and others.

Funding is available principally for new physical activity projects that will help the priority groups in their communities to recover from COVID or prevent problems from emerging or getting worse.

It can also help groups who are already providing these kind of services, but have suffered a loss of income and need funding to survive.

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Priorities

Provide support to at least one of the following priority groups:
Lower socio-economic groups
BAME communities
People with disabilities
People with long term conditions
You will need to show how the funding will help you to either:
support your participants to remain active in the COVID-19 lockdown and early recovery stages and/or
enable your organisation to provide sport and physical activity services to the priority groups
Funding Information & Criteria

Grants available: £250 to £5,000
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Staffing or training costs
Premises costs, including rent/facility hire, utility costs
IT or insurance costs
Equipment
Eligibility Criteria

Charities, community groups, social enterprises, Community Interest companies (limited by guarantee) or other not-for-profit organisations that provide sport or other physical activity opportunities.
Organisations must be working for the benefit of Buckinghamshire residents (excluding Milton Keynes) but do not have to be primarily sports groups or clubs – other organisations who provide physical activity services or programmes are also welcome to apply.
Organisations must have a recognised constitution in place. (Organisations without a constitution may explore if/how another organisation could receive any funding on their behalf or contact Leap who can support them to write a constitution).
For more information, visit https://heartofbucks.org/moving-our-community-fund/

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