Eligible crowdfunding projects can receive a boost of £10,000 from Sport England towards their final fundraising goal.
To ensure the safety of their members during the pandemic, a netball club in Leeds enlisted the help of Sport England and the crowd.
After acquiring an outdoor play area, a charity in Chippenham set out to transform it into an exciting, inspiring and safe space for children with special needs.
Aiming to provide mental health support to the young people in their community, Ignite Life enlisted the help of the crowd and Sovereign Housing.
When Deer Park Archers—an award winning archery club in Cheltenham—were offered the chance to buy the land their club resided on, they enlisted the help of the crowd to make it happen.
Aiming to support the young people in their catchment area, Ballinderry Shamrocks GAC enlisted the help of the crowd and Sport Northern Ireland.
When the pandemic left Luton Town and Indians Cricket Club in a precarious financial position, the crowd and Sport England were there to help.
Looking to improve the area and encourage more people to take up BMX and skating, a group in North London set out to expand their skatepark.
Aiming to turn the derelict Otley Baths into a brand new community leisure venue, a group in West Yorkshire enlisted the help of Sport England and the crowd.
After finding the perfect home for Natty’s Jerk Shack, the team set out to create an inclusive destination which offers a taste of the Caribbean.