Current Opportunities


Sport England - Return to Play: Small Grants - This fund makes awards using National Lottery and government funding, of between £300 and £10,000 from a total pot of £15m, to help clubs and organisations providing sport and physical activity respond to the immediate challenges of returning to play in a coronavirus-safe way.

This could include contributing to covering the increased costs due to changing how or where you deliver your activity – for example, you require more coaches due to having to deliver activity in smaller groups than normal or having additional hygiene and safety equipment. Funding could also be used for minor amendments to facilities to allow social distancing, additional sports equipment to minimise sharing, and training courses to help you deliver your activities safely.


Easyfundraising - a practical way of raising donations for your club by players, volunteers, and supporters shopping online. Register your club here with easyfundraising – it only takes a couple of minutes. Then, players, volunteers, and supporters can start raising free donations for your club, by shopping online as they usually would. Whether they are buying their weekly grocery shop, booking a staycation, or treating themselves to something nice – there are over 5,100 retailers they can shop with; including Amazon, Groupon, My Nintendo Store, eBay, Just Eat, and more. Every quarter your club receives its donations, which you can put towards something special; or keep for a rainy day.



Fundraising Resources

Boccia Boost Club Fundraising Resource

Boccia Boost Individual Funding Resource

Funding Guidance from Sport England Club Matters

Club Matters A-Z of Fundraising Ideas



Boccia Club Fundraising Examples

Thanet Thunderers received £500 through the Asda green token scheme.



The SAINTS Disabled Supporters Association (linked to Southampton FC) have sponsored Solent Boccia's new kit and other equipment.