ECB Sources of Grant Aid and Funding for Cricket Clubs - ECB Funding
Devon Community Foundation - Devon Community Foundation has a range of different funds designed for small community and voluntary groups working to help local people across Devon.
Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) - Register as a Community Amateur Sports Club and find various ways raise money and claim Gift Aid, enabling volunteers to spend more time on sport and less time on administration.
The Landfill Communities Fund - This is a source of grant aid which is available for community based recreational projects arising from Landfill Tax.
Cash 4 Clubs - Cash 4 Clubs offers all sports clubs in the UK the chance to win grants ranging from £250 to £1000. It is a simple scheme aimed at giving community clubs a helping hand and provide the opportunity to raise the money they need to invest in their club.
Jewson Privilege Account Scheme
A major new £400,000 initiative with Jewson, which will benefit hundreds of cricket clubs nationwide participating in the award-winning NatWest CricketForce initiative
Sport England Lottery Funding
Interested in Rainwater Harvesting, improving insulation, replacing that boiler? Sport England can provide funding support to cricket clubs for a wide range of projects. Sport England actively encourages clubs to invest in sustainability and has designed an application process that simplifies the application and procurement process. Furthermore Sport England can support pitch improvement, coaching programmes, equipment purchases and much more
Tesco Community Fund - Bags of Help is Tesco’s local community grant scheme where the money raised by the carrier bag charge in Tesco stores is being used to fund thousands of community projects across the UK*. The projects must meet the criteria of bringing benefits to the community.
Devon County Council - Locality Budgets - Each County Councillor has a locality budget fund. Councillors can make grants to support projects or activities that benefit the communities they represent and help meet the Council’s strategic objectives as described in the Council’s Better Together 2014-2020 plan. Not-for-private-profit voluntary or community groups (including town and parish councils) can apply.
Wilko; Helping Hands Grants - Helping our local community is really important to us. That’s why every wilko store has a budget to give a little helping hand to local groups and community projects. You could get wilko gift cards, products or volunteers to help with whatever you’re doing for our community - whether it’s a raffle prize to help with fund raising or tins of paint and extra helpers to do up a community centre - we’d love to help you!
BIG Awards For All - England offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for projects that improve communities, and the lives of people within them.It can fund a wide range of items and below are some examples of these. This isn’t exhaustive, so you should check the website if you’re unsure.
Hedley Foundation Grants - The Foundation makes grants to small charities working with young people in the areas of Recreation, Sport, Training, Health and Welfare, Support and outdoor Education of young people. The Foundation is particularly keen on open air and adventure-type activities and the funding of appropriate kit and equipment. The Foundation is keen to support small charities which can demonstrate achievement in persuading and deterring at-risk young people from proceeding further down the pathway to custody.
Sport England Community Asset Fund - is a programme dedicated to enhancing the spaces in your local community that give people the opportunity to be active. There are a number of things we want to achieve with this investment, but most importantly we want to help local organisations to create good customer experiences and financially sustainable facilities that benefit their community for years to come – which may mean providing help to get things up and running too.