|Rugby League World Cup 2021 – Capital Grants Programme (England
CreatedBy is the Rugby League World Cup 2021 Capital Grants Programme which will invest in facilities and equipment to make Rugby League more accessible, welcoming and build a legacy of the 2021 world cup tournament in local communities. The fund will invest in projects that offer opportunities for people from all different backgrounds to take part in men’s, women’s and wheelchair Rugby League games. Schools can apply but the facilities will need to be open to the wider community. Two levels of funding are available - small scale awards of up to £15,000 and large-scale awards in excess of £15,000.
|Ron Pickering Memorial Fund (UK)
The Ron Pickering Memorial Fund is a grant making organisation that was established to help young British Athletes to fulfil their potential. Since its creation the memorial fund has awarded over £2 million in small but significant grants to several thousand talented young British athletes. The grants are designed to make a difference and range in value depending on the athletes age, ability and personal circumstances but have always had an impact on the athletes ability to develop, helping recipients make the difficult transition from junior to senior level through support for equipment, specialist coaching or travel and importantly helping build the athletes' confidence and self-esteem through recognition.
|Sport Aid (UK)
Sport Aid provides financial support to young talented athletes performing at National level in able-bodied and disability sports. It is open to young people aged between 12 to 18 years and up to 35 years for disability sports. The Sport Aid Awards helps towards the cost of travel, training, accommodation, competition fees and sports equipment. Nominations for the awards are made through the National Governing Bodies of the athlete's sport. They will be able to discuss the award in more detail and provide an application form.