The Inclusive Sport programme is designed to increase the number of disabled young people (aged 14+) and adults regularly playing sport as part of Sport England’s wider commitment to increasing regular sport participation by disabled people
In the first round of Inclusive Sport 44 projects benefited from over £10 million of National Lottery investment. You can see the detail of these organisations here.
On 7 September 2013, a year on since the London 2012 Paralympic Games, we announced a further £8 million of National Lottery funding aimed at giving disabled people across the country more opportunities to get into sport. This includes investment of £7 million through a second round of the Inclusive Sport fund and £1 million in Get Equipped, a new disability equipment fund.
Both of the application processes for these have now closed. We awarded a total of £1 million of Get Equipped funding to 141 different projects in February 2014.
Successful applicants for Inclusive Sport Round 2 projects will be announced in early April 2014.
You will find more information about these projects after they’re announced, here on this page.
If you are looking for funding for another programme or project please look here at our different funds.