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Our mission is to improve facilities, create opportunities and build communities throughout England. As the country’s largest funder of grass roots football, the Foundation has delivered thousands of facility and community projects, as well as free kit and safe goalposts, since its launch in July 2000. To date the Football Foundation has funded over 5,200 projects worth more than £690m and delivered a £5 return on every £1 invested by each funding partner. 1. Slide 3: Community programme Small grants Large grants >£150k Goalpost Safety Scheme Junior Kit Scheme Facilities programme Facilities >£20k Large grants >£1m Other schemes Kickz Premier League Reading Stars Barclays Spaces for Sports Premier League/PFA Fund British Telecom Communicating for Success Slide 4: To put into place a new generation of modern facilities in parks, local leagues and schools. Aimed at improving and providing new facilities across the country. Maximum available is £1m per application. Percentage level of support will not exceed 90% of project cost. Applicants can also apply for a combination of capital and revenue support the revenue element can be up to 20% of the total grant award. Fast-track system for projects under £20k. Facilities Programme. 3. Slide 5: Preventing and reducing offending. Promote respect amongst communities and bringing people together through football. Improving educational attainment and lifelong learning. Encouraging personal development from participation in football and sport through to volunteering, training and employment. Tackling the rise of obesity in children and adults. Improving the mental health and wellbeing of children and adults. Tackling regional health inequalities in life expectancy and chronic illness. All large community Foundation funded projects must contribute directly to one of the seven objectives: Slide 6: Four Senior Development Managers cover the themes of: Social Inclusion Education and Lifelong Learning Health and Wellbeing Equalities and Diversity. Seven regional Community Programme Managers work along side the Facilities Programme Managers and Facilities Technicians in each region. Slide 7: Increase participation in grass roots football by both players and volunteers. Support the costs associated with new activity. Fund projects that add new teams to an existing football club. Structure ad-hoc football activity. Develop after-school or lunch time clubs. Two funding ‘windows’ each year. £1.5m budget per annum for Small Grants. Maximum grant to be decided. New teams supported for two years. The small grants programme aims to; Other considerations; Slide 8: Small Grants Scheme. Examples of what we fund. 7. Hire of FA qualified coaches and referees Training courses Facility hire Affiliation fees CRB checks Publicity and promotion Recruitment events/taster days First aid kits. Eligible costs covered by the Small Grant Scheme include; Slide 9: Goalpost Safety Replacement of existing goals that fail to meet British Standards safety requirements. Up to 50% towards the cost of purchasing a pair of new goals. Junior Kit Scheme Free kit and/or equipment for under 18’s teams and disability teams of all ages. £400 Nike voucher awarded. Clubs can apply for two vouchers every three years – one boys team, one Girls. Provided over 219,000 children with new football strips. Slide 10: Community Programme. Large Grants 9. £7.5m budget each year. Funding of up to £150k is available over three years. Applications welcome from any non-profit making organisation. Focus on one of the seven community programme objectives. Percentage support will vary depending on a number of factors including demonstrated need. The community large grants scheme aims to create opportunities and build communities by funding projects that use football and sport as a force for social change. Slide 11: Two application ‘windows’ each year. Organisation completes an online ‘Stage One’ application form. If eligible and fits with Community Strategy, applicant progresses to ‘Stage Two’ application. Applicant, regional Community Programme Manager and County FA develop the project. Report presented to Community Panel, then Foundation Board of Trustees for final decision. The Application and Assessment Process. Large Grants 10. The application process works in the following way: Slide 12: Large Grant Scheme Stage One application Complete full application Report presented to Panel Decision made by Board Small Grant Scheme Application submitted Project assessment completed Projects prioritised with CFA Decision made by Chief Executive If unsuccessful Advice on other funders Feedback given 11. Slide 13: 12. The Application and Assessment Process. Considerations Priority to applications from communities living in the top 20% most deprived wards. Applications should meet a local need. Average grant is approximately 60% of total project cost. All applications should demonstrate a partnership approach. Development plan to support the project that demonstrates the project schedule, outputs and outcomes. Evidence of how the project will be sustained. Slide 14: 13. Football Foundation Website. www.footballfoundation.org.uk. Slide 15: Community Programme Managers Guy Rippon 0845 345 4555 ext. 4219 email@example.com Facilities Programme Managers John Paul Considine 0845 345 4555 ext. 4263 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Details. West Midlands 14. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.