Sportivate is a £56 million Lottery funded London 2012 legacy project that gives 11-25 year olds the chance to discover a sport that they haven’t tried before through sessions delivered across six to eight weeks. Sportivate aims to support and provide young and inactive people with the opportunity to get involved with sport and physical activity. This £300,000 pot of funding is the last funding round for London.
Chris Anderson, Head of Grants and Governance, said:
"I am happy to announce that £300,000 is available for projects targeting inactive 11-25 year olds in London. This is a great opportunity for organisations to support their delivery to inactive participants and I would urge all organisations to explore the application process. This is the last Sportivate funding round, so don’t miss out on this funding opportunity.”
Key details you need to know:
Sportivate was created to harness the excitement of London 2012. The programme was launched in June 2011 as a four-year programme but due to its success, additional funding of £10,000,000 per year was invested, allowing the programme to run until December 2017.
All application submissions and queries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.