Promoting Sport & Physical Activity

Sports equipment
Disability Funding

Action for Deafness

Action for Deafness welcomes applications for small grants for projects to benefit deaf people and provides grants of up to £5,000 for groups or organisation or up to £1,000 for individuals.


The Adam Millichip Foundation
Financial support provided to disabled people wanting to participate in sport


Boost Charitable Trust
Championing the disabled and disadvantaged – small awards (£500 or less) and large awards (above £500) available


Bruce Wake Charitable Trust
The Trust will consider grant applications related to the provision of leisure activites for the disabled where the potential beneficiaries are physically disabled wheelchair users or improved access for wheelchair users is proposed


Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Fund
Up to £2,000 available to help organisations based in local communities to deliver activities that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to. Any not for profit organisation can apply, however, larger organisations with a turnover in excess of £300,000 are unlikely to be successful.


Enable Sport
Specialist disability sports equipment available. Applications will only be accepted where the annual household gross income is less than £45,000


Get Kids Going
Funding for specialist disability sports equipment. Sports grants also provided to help with the cost of training, physiotherapy, travel and competition fees


Kids in Sport
Funding for sports equipment & kit, coaching, upgrading, facilities and transportation for disabled children


Persimmon Community Champions
Community organisation and charities may apply for funding up to the value of £1k provided they have obtained match funding from their own fundraising efforts.


The Percy Bilton Charity
The charity is a grant-making trust and company limited by guarantee founded in 1962. Grants are made to organisations and individuals in need throughout the UK


Peter Harrison Foundation – Opportunities through Sport
Sporting projects for people who are disabled or unable to fulfil their potential & develop their life skills


The Richard Overall Trust
Funding for young people to participate in sports & activities and purchase equipment


True Colours Trust
Grants of up to £10,000 to help smaller organisations develop and deliver programmes for children, their siblings and families. Open to applications at any time. One-off contributions rather than multi-year grants for on-going revenue costs


Wheel Power: Wheel Appeal
Enabling disabled children and adults to participate in sport by providing new sports wheelchairs, training & coaching. Closed for applications