Getting your projects off the ground
Before embarking on a project it is important to know realistically how much funding is likely to be available for your project.
SAPCA funding advisor, Karen Woolland of wctd ltd offers a special funding service to identify for organisations what funds your project could apply for.
Wctd ltd offers a special discount to organisations enquiring via the SAPCA website. Below shows an alphabetical list of funders for capital projects, this list covers England only. It does not cover local small trusts and local authority grants.
Please note that funding opportunities are constantly changing. It is advisable to check the funder’s website direct for the most up to date information.
England Netball has very limited capital funding that is reserved for national and regional priority projects. If you believe you have a project of regional significance, please contact your England Netball Regional Manager.
Grant for registered charities undertaking music and recreation projects for young people in the UK.
The ASDA Foundation assists charities, people and projects within the UK that require financial assistance. Complete the eligibility checker if this fits the Foundations guidelines and criteria contact your local store, depot or home office – Community Life Champion to see if this is something they would like to work on with you and support locally.
They will support projects in the following areas: Children and Youth Groups, Disabled, Sport, to registered Charities only.
BE has a small amount of capital funding which is available to capital projects which will directly contribute to achieving our key objective of increasing the number of people playing badminton at least once a week.
Support for community and environmental projects in areas close to a current or proposed Banks Group operation in Britain.
The trustees usually support capital projects, not running costs. In cases where capital grants are made, the projects are usually expected to be self-financing thereafter.
Only accepts applications from registered Charities.
Main Grants Programme - Community
Main grants are available for community projects located within the vicinity of a Biffa operation that focus on improving quality of life and fostering vibrant communities.
The focus of this funding is to support people and communities most in need and support projects that improve or replace existing buildings where a wide range of community activities take place.
Grant for voluntary and community sector organisations throughout the UK carrying out projects with general charitable purposes.
Cash 4 Clubs is a sports funding scheme which gives clubs a unique chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, purchase new equipment, gain coaching qualifications, and generally invest in the sustainability of their club.
Grants are available to provide or improve community facilities in the vicinity of a CEMEX operation.
The Coalfields Community Grants programme provides funding from £500 to £10,000 to organisations who will make a positive difference in their community.
Landfill Community Fund offering grants to capital projects in the majority of Wiltshire and Swindon.
Each County has its own Community Foundation a registered charity which distributes mainly corporate donations to community groups.
Cory Environmental operates across the country from Merseyside to Kent and Cornwall to Lincoln.
Its Trustees seek to support projects that have as big an impact on the community as possible, reaching young and old, and everything in between.
Use the postcode checker for eligibility.
Administer applications on behalf of a number of community landfill and mining trusts such as Lafarge Tarmac and Lodge House Surface Community Fund.
Contact their grants officer for eligibility. This funding is not limited to just Derbyshire.
Grants for registered charities undertaking capital projects in North East Derbyshire, North Yorkshire and the Eastbourne area.
Limited Capital funding through Whole Sport Plan-contact Area Manager in first instance.
The Fairway Trust provides funds for a variety of purposes with preference given to Educational Establishments, clubs and institutions involved in recreation for the young. They award grants of between £1000 and £10,000 totalling around £35,000 every year.