Sports Funding for Individuals with Disabilities

Dan Maskell Tennis  Trust.  Supports individuals and disability groups and education providers with specialist tennis equipment, coaching and specialist tennis wheelchairs.  Individuals can get up to £500.

Get Kids goinghelps young people with physical disabilities get into sport by funding specialist wheelchairs, training, competition fees, physiotherapy for any ability. Despite the name, they will give grants to people up to age 26.

Richard Overall Trust.  Named after a man with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.  The Charity will fund sports equipment, sport wheelchairs, sports clothing, transport and tickets to sports events.

Wheel Power offer grants to people with a physical disability who have been in a spinal rehabilitation unit in the last 5 years.  They give you the chance to get involved in sport and will fund sports wheelchairs, specialist sports equipment, kit, travel costs and completion fees.

Enable Sport.  Founded byCaudwell Children, Enable Sport was developed to provide sports equipment to young people under the age of 19.  You can only apply if your family's annual income is less than. £45,000.

The Lord Taverners are the UK's leading young person cricket and disability sport charity.  They have a Disability Sports Programme that provides grants towards sports and recreation equipment.  They also have a sports wheelchair scheme and organisations can look at their scheme for adapted mini buses.  The video gives a closer look into The Lord Taverners Grants for Sport.  

GLL Sport Foundation.  If you are a talented disabled sports individual already showing promise wanting to compete on the world stage, then applying for funding from the GLL Sport Foundation could work for you.  GLL operates sports facilities in the south-east of England and, along with financial aid of between £250 and £1,500, is available for people with disabilities up to age 35 and will fund 25 different disability sport areas.  

Sports Foundation for the Disabled.  It supports physically disabled young people or adults living in South West England or Wales.  Funding sports equipment and activities up to a cost of £1,000.

The Worshipful Company of Fletchers supports Archery for the Disabled.  Provides grants to individuals with disabilities, from beginners to more  experienced in archery to purchase equipment.