The IFA through the Community Foundation are delighted to open a new Inclusive Clubs Programme. The Inclusive Clubs Programme is aimed at supporting football clubs, registered with the IFA, who are developing a disability or women’s section, and who wish to encourage participation from everyone in society, particularly those most marginalised, and including the BME community, as well as those with a disability.
Who can apply?
Applications are invited from eligible (registered with the IFA) Disability or Women’s Clubs – Mainstream Clubs who are starting or developing an already existing Disability or Women’s section.
Size of Grant:
Grants available: Up to £1,000
What can be supported?
Options for applications may include:
IFA Level 1 Coaching Disabled footballers Award – £40pp – Open to All Clubs
IFA Level 1 – £240pp – Open to All Clubs
UK Disability Inclusion in Sport Course (Disability Sport NI) – £80pp – Open to All Clubs
6 Session Mentoring – £120 – Open to Clubs starting a Disability Section only
£300 Facility Support – Open to All Clubs
£300 Equipment Support – Open to All Clubs
OCN football Administration – £220 per person
Tournament planning (how to run, pre-planning, fixtures, facility booking, clubs registering interest, risk assessment etc.) – £50 – open to all clubs
Media Training – £80 per person – open to all clubs
IFA Level 2 Coaching Disability Footballers Award- £150
Safe guarding course – £25
Child welfare- £25
First Aid- £50
There are some general things that our grant aid cannot be used for:
In addition the fund will not support:
Closing dates and awarding of grants:
The fund will be open for applications from 9:00am on 24th September 2019 and will close at 1:00pm on 11th November 2019.
If you are unsure about any of the above text or have any other queries then please contact the Grants Team via e-mail email@example.com
Closing Date: Nov 11, 2019 13:00
Nov 11, 2019 13:00
Up to £1,000
Provision of small grants to support eligible Disability or Women’s Clubs - Mainstream Clubs who are starting or developing an already existing Disability or Women’s section.