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Jersey Sport announces COVID-19 Recover and Reinvent Fund – UK

Jersey Sport announces COVID-19 Recover and Reinvent Fund – UK


Deadline: 10-May-21

Applications are now open for the COVID 19 Recover and Reinvent Fund to help local sport recover and provide both strategic and operational support to help get their clubs and participants back on their feet.

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They want to enable sport and physical activity to continue positively impacting the physical and mental health of islanders and they look forward to a brighter future.

The COVID-19 Recover and Reinvent grant aims to support Jersey sporting organisations, whose operations and activities have been adversely impacted by the impact of COVID-19.

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The grant is to be allocated to sporting organisations that are not-for-profit only. Sports businesses are to be supported through other Government schemes.

The intention of this grant is not to replace or supplement ‘non-essential’ income which has been lost due to the restrictions caused by COVID-19.

It is intended to support sporting organisations which have lost vital income that is essential to ensure they are able to meet their ongoing obligations and exist as an organisation, for example, those facing a loss of income as a result of non-payment of membership fees by members who are not able to undertake their sport, where the income does not cover the associated essential expenditure of the organisation.

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The grant also seeks to support sporting organisations to reinvent delivery of their sport, drive new engagement with participants and/or help the club become more sustainable in light of the impact COVID has had on sport.

Funding Information

There is a total of £109,223 available for the purposes of this fund.
There is no maximum allocation per grant request, however the total grant fund is restricted by available funds.
Grants will be considered and allocated by Jersey Sport on a demonstrable basis in order to ensure fairness within and across sports.
Allocation of the Grant

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The grant is to be allocated to sporting organisations that are not-for-profit only. Sports businesses are to be supported through other Government schemes.
The grant is to be allocated to sports which have incurred (or are incurring) significant costs as a direct result of COVID-19e.g. (this list is not exhaustive):
Fixed rents with no activity (unused facilities where associated income is significantly
lower than previous years);
Fixed rents where there has been limited or reduced activity (where associated income
does not cover the costs);
Ground and/or facility maintenance (where associated income does not cover the costs);
Utility bills; and
Other costs which meet the purpose and principles of the grant fund.
Engaging old members to return to sport
Using online marketing, booking, or other digital adaptations due to the impact of COVID-19.
Engaging new participants where membership has been lost.
Grants will be issued to sports by priority and those facing severe financial difficulties which may result in an immanent complete collapse of the organisation receiving funding as the highest priority.
In applying for the grant, sports should demonstrate they are sustainable in nature and should not be in a better financial position than in previous years as a result of receiving the grant, Except where this is a positive consequence in the future if adaptations are successful.
Sports should not apply to the grant to support any costs which have been supplemented/ supported by any other Government support scheme, e.g. Government Co-Funded Payroll Scheme.
Grants should be demonstrable in need and directly relate to the impact caused by the requirements and restrictions of COVID-19 during 2021.
Organisations can therefore request a specific grant amount, however this does not guarantee the amount to be allocated by Jersey Sport and the final amount allocated, if any, will be determined upon assessment of the Grants Advisory Committee.
Submission of a grant application form does not guarantee the sport will receive any funding under the grants scheme.
The financial difficulties faced by an organisation must relate to those encountered in 2021 due to the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 and not as a result of accumulated financial difficulties from prior years.
The grant must therefore only be used for the purposes as detailed in the organisation’s application form.
Funding Criteria

Jersey based sporting clubs, organisations and associations will need to meet one, or both, of the following criteria to receive a grant through this fund:

Sporting organisations can demonstrate how the required funds will allow recovery from financial burden and/or loss as a specific result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sporting organisations can demonstrate how the funding has been or will be used to adapt their delivery or offer in response to the impact of COVID-19 on their organisation or club.
Eligibility Criteria

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Applications may be submitted by Jersey based Sports Clubs, not-for-profit sports clubs, associations and organisations.
Applicants must:
Adopt the definition of a sport as per the Council of Europe’s European Sports Charter 1992 (as revised in 2001).
be a non-government, not-for-profit Jersey based organisation.
complete the application form.
Be able to provide and complete the checklist provided on the application form in order that the application will be deemed “eligible” for assessment and consideration.
In addition, all applicants should be able to provide;
Contact details an appointed welfare officer; ensure DBS checks and safeguarding training for coaches and chaperones working with under 18s and vulnerable adults are all in place.
Any other documentation as required by Jersey Sport in order to consider the grant application (including but not limited to, rental contracts, invoices, bank statements etc.).
A Jersey Financial Services Commission not-for-profit/ Jersey charity registration number.
For more information, visit https://www.jerseysport.je/grants/

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