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Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity Fund

The Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity Fund provides short term additional resource into the sporting and community sector with two year grants to support organisations delivering sport and physical activity in their communities.

sportscotland, Scottish Government, The Robertson Trust and Spirit of 2012 are working together to deliver a wide programme of support and funding which aims to support organisations to use sport and physical activity as a driver to achieve positive individual and community change as a core element of the existing World Class Sporting System.

 

The Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity Fund is a core element of the wider Changing Lives work, and provides short term additional resource into the sporting and community sector to better address wider individual and community needs through sport & physical activity and support them to become and stay active.  

 

It will directly support organisations delivering sport and physical activity in their communities through a grant allocation and a programme of learning and support, which will aim to develop the awareness and skills of individuals to better be able to deliver positive impacts across their communities.

 

2 years grants from £30,000 up to £70,000 will be available to partnerships meeting key criteria and delivering on the 4 Changing Lives themes below. In total up to £1 million is available for the Fund.

 

  • Sport for Inclusion
  • Sport for Health and Wellbeing
  • Sport for Skills
  • Sport for Communities

The Fund is delivered by Spirit of 2012 as part of the Changing Lives through Sport & Physical Activity programme.

Further information on the Fund and details how to apply can be found at the Spirit of 2012 website;

 

https://www.spiritof2012.org.uk/CLTSPA

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