The government has produced a series of funding opportunities in the aftermath of the Olympics in 2012  known as Legacy Funds. These legacy funds provide funding up to £10,000 for sports projects in public sector organisations. These projects include MUGA’s, Long Jump Pits, Conversion Projects (converting a building into a sports area) and many others.  This effectively means you could have a FREE long jump pit installation and on average 33% of your MUGA funded.  Sportsafe can also secure partial funding for your larger sports installations.

Contact Sportsafe today for help with your sports development funding on 0333 300 0032. All enquiries are based on a no win no fee design with no expense before the funding confirmed is available.

These legacy funds are only on offer for a limited time and are being used quickly. If you would like to make the most of this limited time offer, call Sportsafe today.

There are also a number of other grants that you may be eligible for. We can help you with your applications for the following:

    • provides opportunities to apply for community-based funding and grants for projects like activities for young people and development of communal facilities. The Government Funding website lists grant opportunities across Government.


    • Charities, schools and community groups have the opportunity to apply for funding for local projects that require financial assistance to the ASDA Foundation. Grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 available for good causes and community groups in local areas.




    • Every year the Big Lottery fund gives out millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. Grants go to community groups and projects that improve health, education and the environment. A full list of programmes can be found online.


    • The Greggs Foundation is a grant making trust, distributing over £1million per year to charitable organisations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The mission of the Greggs Foundation is to ‘make a difference to people in need in the heart of our local communities’.


    • People’s Postcode Trust is a grant giving Trust, awarding funding to good causes that support a better world for people and planet. Since 2009, People’s Postcode Trust has awarded more than £11m to over 1600 projects across Great Britain.



    • Their purpose is to ensure that children and young people in England have the space and opportunity to play freely as part of their daily lives, at school, at home and in public spaces. Play England’s aim is for all children and young people in England to have regular access and opportunity for free, inclusive, local play provision and play space. Their objectives are to:
      • Promote local play strategies
      • Build partnerships for play
      • Research and demonstrate the benefits of play
      • Promote equality and diversity in play provision
      • Raise awareness and promote standards