Volleyball England offer a funding support service to members and The HUB is here to provide guidance for your funding applications. This includes a feedback service on any bid that you make. Before submitting your final application to a funder, you can send it to the contact at the bottom of the page, for feedback that could improve your chances of being successful.
Volleyball England Foundation Grants Funding Guidelines What you need to know. Use these pages to understand the Foundations’ guidelines around funding criteria, eligibility and requirements for individuals and clubs. We will also be posting:
Volleyball England Foundation 30 January 2021. Thriving Communities fund. Volleyball England Foundation 12 November 2020. Sport England "Return to Play" fund. Volleyball England Foundation 29 October 2020. THE KFC FOUNDATION COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAMME. Funding Volleyball England Foundation 4 September 2020 young people, elite funding. Older.
The funding will support. Existing affiliated Volleyball Clubs to establish a sitting part to their club. This will not support. Existing Sitting Volleyball Clubs. Clubs not affiliated to Volleyball England. Schools . Groups wanted to set up a ‘stand alone’ sitting volleyball club
About Volleyball England Foundation: Club/Group Grants The Foundation will provide grants to registered volleyball clubs consistent with it's current funding focus. The current focus will run until December 2021 and will support the development of sitting volleyball .
9th July 2021. England’s top beach volleyball athletes will compete for funding to aid their Birmingham 2022 preparations at a major tournament in Poole this weekend, from 9-11th July. Click here for a rundown of the fixtures from day one. And watch of all the action from day one by heading to our YouTube channel. Tweet.
As a sport with small chance of achieving a medal at a Games, volleyball, along with many other sports, receives little funding for its elite athletes. Following a public consultation on how elite sport should be funded, UK Sport has now announced an exciting new blueprint for supporting performance sport, including a level of funding for sports which are at the early stage of building a performance programme.
The BVF acts as a conduit for the home nations (Volleyball England, Scottish Volleyball Association, Volleyball Wales and Northern Ireland Volleyball) to lobby for funding from the UK’s key government agencies to help athletes compete in elite competitions. BVF’s disciplines include: - Indoor Volleyball - Beach Volleyball - Sitting Volleyball
recently, HM Government (2015) and Sport England (2016b) have argued that funding decisions should be based on how to best meet customer needs, with insight into understanding such needs being featured within the latest investment guide for NGBs (Sport England 2016c). This study aims to provide Volleyball England with an understanding of