July 08, 2024

Archery clubs can benefit from Sport England's Movement Fund

Sport England has rolled out a transformative initiative aimed at empowering sports clubs and organisations facilitating physical activities to access essential funding. The newly introduced Movement Fund, which is worth £160 million over the next four years, has a simplified application process, ushering in a new era of accessibility and inclusivity in sports funding.

This replaces the former Small Grants Programme and Active Together fund and offers a diverse array of financial support including crowdfunding pledges, grants and resources tailored to address persistent inequalities in physical activity participation.

Archery clubs, deeply embedded within communities and dedicated to promoting health and wellbeing through the sport, stand to significantly benefit from this funding opportunity. By aligning with the objectives of the Movement Fund and demonstrating a commitment to addressing existing disparities in access to physical activities, archery clubs can secure vital investment to expand their outreach and impact.

If your club or organisation and project are eligible for funding, and your project aligns with the Movement Fund’s objectives, you could receive between £300 to £15,000. Sport England have developed a brand-new set of guidance to help you through the application process.

For archery clubs eager to capitalise on this funding opportunity, it is imperative that you craft compelling applications that not only showcase the transformative potential of your initiatives but also align closely with the priorities outlined by Sport England. You can approach your Regional Development Officer for help in writing your application.

The Movement Fund represents a tangible manifestation of Sport England's commitment to fostering long-term partnerships and driving meaningful change within the sports and physical activity sector. By offering funding opportunities for up to five years, the initiative provides financial stability essential for organisations to recover and innovate in the aftermath of the pandemic.



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