Posted: Tue, 21 Dec 2021 10:30
Their funding has always aimed to address inequalities and they particularly encourage applications for projects that support people who have poorer health outcomes and lower activity levels.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) has had an impact on everyone but insight is showing it's more significant in some communities/groups and the rate of recovery back to pre-pandemic levels is slower for some people. To help support those most severely effected by the ongoing pandemic, they have a £21.5m Return to Play Fund.
On their website you will find details of their current funding opportunities, as well as a funding tool to find out which one is most suited to your needs.