In order to deliver against our ambitious 10-year strategy Uniting the Movement, we've changed our investment plan to provide long-term partnerships.
Our revolutionary new investment model sees organisations receive funding for up to five years, in order to provide longer-term financial security that allows them to recover and reinvent from the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Each partner has been assessed against their ability to deliver on our strategy to tackle inequalities and support everyone in England to access the profound physical, mental and community benefits of sport and physical activity.
In March 2022 we announced 43 partners who would receive a total of £193 million, with a further 78 coming two months later then three more in November 2022 and a further four in May 2023.
In total, we've invested more than £550 million in more than 120 long-term partnerships, showing our recognition of the important role our partners will play in implementing Uniting the Movement.
The full list of partners, and their awards, can be seen below.
|Active Black Country||£2,661,850|
|Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire||£2,805,250|
|Active Partners Trust||£5,199,000|
|Ann Craft Trust||£1,649,976|
|Association of Colleges||£1,692,000|
|Bowls Development Alliance||£1,891,455|
|British Ambulant Disabled Sports and Arts||£760,539|
|British Blind Sport||£1,114,030|
|British Equestrian Foundation||£5,187,216|
|British Mountaineering Council||£2,790,875|
|Brtish Taekwondo Council||£405,500|
|British Waterski and Wakeboard||£1,161,032|
|British Wheelchair Basketball||£1,956,548|
|British Universities and Colleges Sport||£1,340,000|
|Chance to Shine Foundation Ltd||£4,847,124|
|County Durham Sport||£2,648,335|
|Disability Rights UK||£1,773,068|
|Dwarf Sports Association UK||£584,700|
|England and Wales Cricket Board||£11,617,500|
|Fight for Peace||£1,800,000|
|Get Berkshire Active||£2,669,200|
|Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby||£2,259,750|
|Herts Sport Partnership||£2,681,800|
|Intelligent Health Limited||£2,997,321|
|Lawn Tennis Association||£10,200,000|
|Merseyside Sports Partnership||£2,985,505|
|National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children||£2,642,979|
|North Yorkshire Sport||£2,672,350|
|RISE North East||£4,282,375|
|Royal Yachting Association||£6,150,000|
|Rugby Football League||£11,902,306|
|Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership||£2,662,900|
|Special Olympics GB||£1,528,000|
|Sport for Confidence||£1,335,090|
|Sport for Development Coalition||£1,149,880|
|Table Tennis England||£9,068,000|
|Tees Valley Sport||£2,660,561|
|The NWG Network||£1,000,000|
|The Ramblers Association||£925,000|
|The Richmond Group||£520,095|
|The Rugby Football Union||£13,859,000|
|UK Deaf Sport||£1,224,870|
|Wiltshire and Swindon Sport||£2,773,900|
|Women in Sport||£3,472,215|
|Yorkshire Sport Foundation||£7,180,060|
|Youth Sport Trust||£17,023,571|
We're also confirming our continued investment into the Sport and Recreation Alliance, with an award of £6,259,020.