Appeals and Fundraisers

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Sport Region Appeals and fundraisers

Start an Appeal

Anyone can start an appeal as long as improving people through sport and physical activity is at its heart. For example this could be a community project keeping local facilities alive, or a young athlete trying to cover costs or a club raising money for more equipment. In all cases the process is the same, we start with an application form, backed up with references

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Become a partner

We market our service through our partners for two reasons. Firstly they know who is in need and secondly they can broadcast the campaigns to a wider audience. At a regional level we work with County Sport Partnerships whilst nationally we work with national Governing Bodies of Sport. Our campaigners get the best chance of reaching the largest crowd possible through local and national reach.

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Support an Appeal

You can support a campaign in four ways, by donating to or fundraising on behalf of a campaign. You can attend an event hosted by the campaigners, such as a concert or disco. Lastly you can buy campaign merchandise such as T shirts and other items through our shop . Because the donations come through us we can add Gift Aid to funds coming in turning £100 into £125 (where applicable).

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Latest pages

  • Louis Tokyo Journey

    I would like to compete in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, I am currently at college three days a week and I also have three part time jobs, when not at college or work I train, my family help out as much as possible but I need to compete at a very high level and due to my age I am not entitled to any help from the government. Read more

  • Maidenhead Marlins starter block appeal

    The club needs to raise £2000 fro 2 new starting blocks so that the children and adult members can continue to improve their results Read more

  • SOS: Save Our Squash (Club)

    Following storms in late 2016 the main roof needs to be replaced. Fortunately for the club the insurers will contribute 50% but we need to raise the other £5000. Read more