UK funding initiatives related to sport and physical activity can be found here:
|New fund launches to tackle inactivity in older people||Sport England||A nationwide hunt for brilliant ideas to get inactive older people active.|
|Governing bodies face financial cuts if they fail to appoint more women||Sport Governing Bodies||Sports governing bodies face funding cuts if they fail to meet UK Sport and Sport England’s targets of one in four female board members by 2017.|
|Sport England invest £17m in College Sport Makers||Sport England||A five-year £17m programme aimed at improving sporting opportunities for students in further education, aiming to fund 150 new jobs.|
|£20 million Lottery boost to college sport||Sport England||Improved sporting opportunities thanks to new National Lottery funding from Sport England.|
|NGB Funding||Sport England||Investing £450 million through 46 governing bodies over the next four years and have agreed grow, sustain and excel targets with each one|
|World Class Performance Programme||UK Sport & National Lottery||Athletes on UK Sport’s National Lottery backed World Class Performance Programme receive support for their Olympic or Paralympic campaign.|
|Funding Overview||Sport England||Funding options include; Small Grants, Sportsmatch fund, Iconic Facilities and FE Activation Fund|
Play related funding information including Local, National, School and Planning & Project Guidance can be found on the FSPA’s leading play body’s (the Association of Play Industries) website within the funding section
It’s great to be part of an organisation that campaigns for investment in children’s play facilities and which raises the standards of the entire industry.
Having the support of the FSPA behind us is tremendously beneficial and greatly enhances the offering to our membership.
I have been a member of SPE for many years now and every member shows a 100% commitment to promote participation in sport and play in the UK.
It’s sometimes difficult to get heard when you stand on your own. But when you're part of a respected body like the FSPA, people listen and things start to happen.
The opportunity to meet with like-minded people across our sector to discuss some of the challenges is always invaluable.
Working together as a group of companies creates a stronger voice for the play industry, which benefits both suppliers and customers.