Young people or adults residing in South West England or Wales who are physically disabled or have a visual impairment.
Organisations for physically disabled or visually impaired groups residing in South West England or Wales.
New equipment and kit specifically for disability sport activities.
Training courses (please see below for more detail regarding ongoing training costs)
Costs relating to a sport project for people with physical disabilities or visual impairments.
Costs relating to sporting challenges including travel, equipment, sustenance and accommodation.
Activities that have already taken place
Activities promoting religious or political beliefs
Endowments or loan repayments
Capital items (except for small items of equipment)
Costs already specifically covered by other funding
Ongoing training costs – training will only be covered if the applicant can demonstrate how this cost will be met in the long term, along with evidence identifying other sources of funding applied for or secured.
Ongoing costs related to your organisation e.g.ongoing staff costs, utility bills, overheads related to equipment or buildings(such as regular rent payments, buildings or contents insurance, or maintenance costs)
Monitoring & Review
Both organisations and individuals will be expected to complete monitoring forms to show how the funding has affected their progress; this will include good news stories, photographs, press coverage, and case studies.
- Organisations must be engaged in or propose to provide sporting activities for people with physical disabilities or visual impairments. Such organisations include
- Local Community Sports Clubs
- Community Groups
- Parish/Town Councils
- National Governing Bodies for Sport
- Charitable Groups
- Youth Organisations
Where an Organisation is working with young people or vulnerable adults, they must provide evidence that they have a child protection/safeguarding and/or vulnerable adult policy that all involved adhere to.