SportsAid   –  SportsAid helps young athletes to overcome the financial obstacles they face in their bid to become Britain’s next generation of Olympians, Paralympians and world champions.

Sport England – Whether you need to make your make your clubhouse more accessible, want to improve the drainage of your pitch or need financial help to put on more coaching sessions, we have a funding stream that could help.

Ammco Trust – Grants for amateur sport.

Athletics for the Young – The AAA has a fund which is able to support English Athletes under the age of 23 who are in full time education and active in athletics.  Applicants should not be receiving other funding and be eligible to compete for England.

Sport Relief – The grants (when available) are administered through Oxfordshire Community Foundation .

Boost Charitable Trust –  This Trust was created in 2005 to Build On Over-Looked Sporting Talent, to champion the disabled and disadvantaged and to inspire them to overcome their challenges through the power of sport.

Cash 4 Clubs – Cash4Clubs is a sports funding scheme, giving clubs a unique chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, buy new equipment, gain qualifications and invest in the sustainability of their organisation.

Dickie Bird Foundation –  Grants are payable to disadvantaged children aged under 16 for essential sports equipment. Travel or coaching are not payable. Payment is for individuals therefore teams/groups should not apply.

Football Foundation – The Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund provides grants for building or refurbishing grassroots facilities, such as changing pavilions and playing surfaces for community benefit, with money provided by the Premier League, The FA and the Government (via Sport England) and delivered by the Foundation.

Peter Harris Foundation – The Trustees wish to support sporting activity or projects which provide opportunities for people who are disabled or otherwise disadvantaged to fulfil their potential and to develop other personal and life skills. Only registered charities and community amateur sports clubs can apply.

Lords Taveners – We are creating more opportunities than ever before for young people from deprived areas and those with disabilities to engage in sport and recreation in their local communities.  Priorities: disability cricket, community cricket, accessible minibuses, disability play spaces, wheelchair sports, sports kit recycling.

Robin Greaves Sports Foundation –  provide financial grants to charitable organisations working to promote sports and recreation to those living in Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire. Funding for either a charity or a not-for profit organisation, and your organisation’s activities must be legally charitable.  Contact: grantapplications@blakemorgan.co.uk

Ron Pickering Memorial Fund – Available to both able bodied and disability UK athletes between the ages of 15 and 23.

Sport and Recreation Alliance – Each year there are several categories of awards all designed to highlight the breadth of work that is undertaken in the community sport and recreation sector.

The Torch Trophy Trust – For volunteers who have made outstanding contributions to their chosen sport. We offer bursaries and recognise the achievements of some of the UK’s most outstanding volunteers.

England & Wales Cricket Trust  -Clubs can apply for an ECB small grant towards improving facilities linked to national programmes.

Oxfordshire Sport & Physical Activity ( OXSPA) – Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity is the County Sport Partnership (CSP) for Oxfordshire. Our focus is to work with partners and stakeholders to add value and increase participation in sport and physical activity in Oxfordshire.