If you work with a club, organisation or school and you want to help to get Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes active, you may qualify for funding.

This page provides information on funding that can be used to support sport and physical activity, or help to develop communities.

Search by selecting the category you wish to fund and your area. Need help with funding?  See our Top Tips for Funding Applications or email ahealy@leapwithus.org.uk


  • Asda Foundation – Investing in Spaces and Places Grant

    Type: Community Development Focus: Grants are available for local community groups in the UK who are affected by the increase in the cost of living. Volunteer-related costs, rent/utilities expenses and food/essentials are supported by the grant. Funding: £1,600

    Asda Foundation – Investing in Spaces and places Grant The annual Investing in Spaces and Places Grant from the Asda Foundation is available for small, local groups in the UK to improve community spaces and places where local people can be together and thrive. Support is available for projects that address building repair, building development […]

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    Heart of Bucks – Rectory Foundation

    Type: Charitable, voluntary and community groups Focus: Charities and community groups in Buckinghamshire Funding: Up to £5,000

    Heart of Bucks – Rectory Foundation  Funding opportunities from our friends at the Rectory Foundation for projects that meet the foundation’s vision of ‘thriving people and places in our local communities’.  The Rectory Foundation awards grants of up to £5,000 to voluntary and community groups in and around the Buckinghamshire area. In exceptional circumstances additional funding […]

  • Mortgage Advice Bureau Foundation

    Type: Charities and community interest companies can apply for up to 50% of their crowdfunding target, up to a maximum of £5,000, to support projects Focus: Community groups and charities Funding: £5,000

    Mortgage Advice Bureau Foundation Sustainable community projects that match one or more of the following themes: the environment and conservation; health and wellbeing; the prevention or relief of poverty. Projects could include rewilding projects, community gardens, social inclusion and mental health projects, sports projects, community food banks, money management and budgeting skills, and educational projects […]

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    Leap – Community Club Fund

    Type: Registered charity and not for profit community group / club Focus: Community groups and charities Funding: Up to £500 per organisation

    Leap – Community Club Fund Support community organisations to reduce the number of participants leaving sport and physical activity clubs and organisations due to the Cost of Living Crisis. This funding invests in paying either some or all of the fees for participants who struggle to cover fees and would leave as a result. Find out […]

  • Masonic Charitable Foundation

    Type: Charities and Freemasons Focus: Freemason families and local/national charities Funding: Small grants are for charities whose annual income is between £25,000 and £500,000. These grants are unrestricted. Small grants range from £1,000-£5,000 per year, for up to three years.

    Masonic Charitable Foundation Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF)  is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country.  We build better lives by enabling opportunity, advancing healthcare and education and promoting independence. For more information and how to apply click here:

  • National Lottery Awards for All England

    Type: Communities Focus: Community led organisations Funding: Between £300 and £20,000

    National Lottery Awards for All England Social connections and community activities are at the heart of creating healthier, happier lives and a flourishing society. That’s why we support amazing community-led projects. We offer funding from £300 to £20,000. And can support your project for up to two years. You can apply for funding to deliver […]

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