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Sports charities
Everybody should be able to take part in sports and these charities help those who otherwise would not have access, particularly disabled children and adults. Sports charities also help meet the costs of competing for some of the UK's disabled athletes.

Registered charity
No. 1091941
2K Plus International Sports Media

It is a Christian sports media agency promoting a Christian worldview through reporting from major sporting events for radio and the internet. It also produces a weekly audio programme, Planet Sport (see www.planetsport.tv).


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Registered charity
No. 1088273
The 948 Sports Foundation

The 948 Sports Foundation was established by the OA Sports Club, who gifted £500,000 to promote participation in sport by young people in the St Albans district. Launched in February 2003, to date the Trustees have made over 150 grants totalling in excess of £150,000.


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Registered charity
No. 1123357
A Smile For A Child

It helps disabled and dissadvantaged children and young people to progress in sport. This is done by it buying sports equipment for them to use . It could be something small and simple to something large like a sports wheelchair. Whatever it is the charity wants it to make a difference to that childs life.


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Registered charity
No. 1104687
Access Sport

Access Sport is a registered charity set up to encourage youth participation in sport through the nation's network of clubs, in partnership with companies and charitable partners investing in local communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1118009
The Adam Cole Foundation

The Adam Cole Foundation is a charity established to help make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children through the medium of sport.


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Registered charity
No. 1115146
Adrenaline Alley

We provide a safe, secure, supervised indoor facility for urban sports and recreation. As a social enterprise we provide opportunities for voluteering, employment and learning workshops for art, music, IT, education and sporting activities. We pride ourselves on the social value we provide for participants nationally.


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Registered charity
No. 1084122
The AHOY Centre

At AHOY we use the medium of sailing to break down many of the barriers and divides that exist within today's society, to bring together people from different walks of life and backgrounds.

Through the activities and courses at AHOY, we teach and train people not only how to sail or row, but also about helping others, so that they can then go on to teach and help others.

Our primary objective is working with disadvantaged youth and people with disabilities, however, the Centre caters for all - young, disabled and retired alike. It offers them all the experience, opportunities and new horizons gained through water-based activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1117607
Alan Rance Memorial Foundation

The ARMF seeks to 'promote junior cricket with no boundaries to privilege or ability' in the South Bucks area. An annual coaching academy run by ex England captain Chris Cowdrey provides first class coaching to children aged 8-16 for whom such opportunities are not available.


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Registered charity
No. 1110978
ALBION IN THE COMMUNITY

Albion in the Community is the charitable arm of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club and was recently voted Community Club of the Year at the 2007 Football League Awards. It works in the community to improve lives through Football, Education and Health initiatives. For more information please visit www.albioninthecommunity.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1093912
The Alex Roberts-Miller Foundation

The main goal of the Foundation is to help provide educational, sporting and social opportunities for disadvantaged young people. Website: www.alexrmfoundation.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1105583
Alive and Kicking

Alive & Kicking is an innovative charity that hand stitches leather balls in Africa to provide balls for children, create jobs for adults and promote health awareness through sport. So far over 200,000 balls have been distributed, 130 jobs created in Kenya and Zambia, and 40,000 children have been targeted by Alive & Kicking's HIV/AIDS campaign.


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Registered charity
No. 1055422
Ambassadors in Sport

AIS seeks to bring hope through football, by being a premier agent of transformation to the marginalised and excluded within our society.


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Registered charity
No. NI069535
Ambassadors In Sport Ireland

The vision of Ambassadors in Sport (AIS) Ireland is to see individuals and communities transformed through football. AIS Ireland is currently involved in school work, soccer camps, prison ministry, church youth groups and international playing and coaching tours. AIS Ireland also has three football teams - AFC Night Owls, an AFC Mid Ulster team and a women's team.


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Registered charity
No. CH1267
Ampthill Town Cricket Club

Providing cricket for the people of Ampthill & the surrounding district


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Registered charity
No. CASC01180
Andover Cricket Club

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Registered charity
No. CASC03827
Ashcott & Shapwick Cricket Club

It is a successful amateur cricket club with strong emphasis on development through the Youth Section. It is in the process of purchasing its current ground and thereafter plans to improve its facilities to benefit the wider community


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Registered charity
No. CASC05667
Ashington Cougars FC

Ashington Cougars Football Club sets out to provide children in the community from the ages of 6 to 16 with the opportunity to play football in a safe and enjoyable environment.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04362
Ashley Cricket Club

Ashley Cricket Club was founded in 1888, and is run as an inclusive club to offer competitive sport for players of all ability. The club is committed to the development of young players, and players are encouraged to make the transition to senior cricket when the time is right. They will become the players of the future in a safe, encouraging and fun environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1103330
Athletics Foundation

The Foundations' aims are: The relief from poverty and disability of current and former athletes, officials or employees of athletics. The provision and maintenance of medical and rehabilitation assistance and facilities. The provision of facilities and resources to enable, assist and encourage young people under 25 receiving education in athletic pursuits. Facilitation of disabled persons in participating in athletics events. Promotion of other charities by provision of advice, equipment and facilities. Prevention of drug abuse in sport.


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Registered charity
No. 1072216
The Back-Up Trust

The Back-Up Trust is a national charity that supports people; young or old with spinal cord injury. Back-Up encourages self-confidence, independence and motivation following a traumatic life changing incident resulting in spinal cord injury. We also support friends, families and colleagues to encourage integration and promote disability awareness and collaboration.


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Registered charity
No. CH06669
Barnes Rugby Club

Barnes Rugby Club is a thriving local amateur London rugby club serving the local community with 5 mens teams, a ladies XV and 100's of boys and girls playing mini rugby too.


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Registered charity
No. 1101868
Bath Rugby Community Foundation

It helps local people improve their lives using rugby as a tool. It looks at education,sport,heathy lifestyles and increasing self esteem.


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Registered charity
No. 1122310
BCFC Burns Unit Appeal

Bradford City Community Foundation is a fundamental community arm and nominated charity of BCFC. 2010 is the 25th anniversary of the Bradford Fire Disaster( 11.05.85) This appeal is a specific fundraiser for the Burns Unit which supported the rehabilitation of the victims of the fire.


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Registered charity
No. 508450
Bendrigg Trust

The Bendrigg Trust runs high quality courses and holidays for disabled and disadvantaged people. It aims to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous activities delivered by dedicated, qualified staff.


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Registered charity
No. XR32781
BerkoAstro Appeal

BerkoAstro will promote community recreation for young people, including those attending local schools, and will also provide convenient local access to sports facilities for sports club members, young and old. Berkhamsted sadly lacks such facilities. This Astro facility will be for the whole community - please give generously and make it happen.


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Registered charity
No. 1071226
BEWSA

Rehabiltation through sport for disabled ex-service men and woman


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Registered charity
No. 1127762
Big Shot Cricket

Big Shot Cricket takes qualified cricket coaches to developing countries to run fun, exciting and educational cricket camps for children who would never normally get the chance. BSC provides all clothing, food and equipment for the hosting charities.


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Registered charity
No. SC041238
The Bill McLaren Foundation

Set up in Bill's name, we invite you to establish the aims to develop the sport of rugby and its values, to encourage sporting opportunities for young people and to create an education centre which will include the Bill McLaren Archive


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Registered charity
No. 218484
Birmingham Mail Charity Trust

The Birmingham Mail Charity Trust formally the Christmas Tree Fund now in its 120th year, raises funds for volunteer and community groups and small charities supporting deprived and needy people and groups of all ages and creeds in the Greater Birmingham area. Grants are made to a max of £2000


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Registered charity
No. 300009
Blunham Playing Field Association

The BPFA provides sporting and recreational facilities to the general public in the village of Blunham. One of our groups is a thriving cricket team of over 120 members providing adult and youth cricket in Bedfordshire. This year we have a fledgling youth football team joining us. We aim to improve our facilities this year by extending and refurbishing our pavilion.


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Registered charity
No. 213308
BMCRC Benevolent Fund

The Benevolent Fund helps fallen riders and their families in cases of need. It also raises funds to go towards medical equipment for use at BMCRC Race Meetings.


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Registered charity
No. 1111961
Boost Charitable Trust

Boost Charitable Trust was established with the aim of assisting the disabled, special needs, the disadvantaged and other sportsmen, women and children where their talents have been overlooked. To date Boost has provided support to inter-continental cultural exchanges, visits and partnerships; support to projects of other charites and runs its own programme of activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1118479
Boots for Africa

The Boots for Africa appeal helps to develop the skills and fitness of aspiring disadvantaged people of Africa providing them with the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful game. Sheffield FC collects new and used football boots and delivers them to Africa. So far, we have delivered over 4000 pairs.


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Registered charity
No. 1011435
Brent Mind (Association For Mental Health)

As the leading independent mental health organisation in Brent, Brent Mind offer high quality services to local residents seeking mental health information and support.


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Registered charity
No. 1096838
BRGS

BRGS is a popular, selective, 11-18 Foundation School in the Rossendale Valley. We aim to help students to discover and develop their talents, interests and abilities to the full. In 2006, due to the generosity of the school, alumni, parents and students, we reached our 1 million target for a new Sports Hall. We are grateful for the continued support of friends of the school who enable us to fund such essential, priority projects.


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Registered charity
No. 1081804
British Disabled Flying Association

The BDFA gives disabled people wings, piloting an aircraft, seeing the world from the sky is an excellent source of rehabilitation and life achievement. The charity operates adapted aircraft around the UK providing aviation experiences, flight training and social events. Every raised flies a disabled person or terminally-ill child.


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Registered charity
No. 802385
British Paralympic Association

ParalympicsGB are responsible for ensuring Britain's top disabled athletes are best prepared to produce medal-winning performances at the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games. With London 2012 approaching it has to work harder than ever to keep Britain at the pinnacle of the Paralympic movement and enable British athletes to produce their lifetime's best performances in front of the home crowds. It has to raise the money to meet all the costs this entails.


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Registered charity
No. CASC01445
Broadwater Sports Club

Guildford RFC U13's wish to go on rugby tour at Easter 2010. Going on tour increases self confidence and communication skills in the players through team building and the physical and mental challenges the tour brings. It is important that this is a fully inclusive tour for boys and coaches and hope to raise 10k to cover all costs.


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Registered charity
No. 503913
Buxton Mountain Rescue Team

The team are highly-trained volunteers providing a search and rescue service for remote upland and urban areas in the Peak District, Derbyshire Dales and Staffordshire Moorlands. Members are on standby 24 hours every day to help anyone. We promote safety in the outdoors through meetings with youth groups. The team are all volunteers and totally dependent on charity. Your donation may save a life!


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Registered charity
No. SC038343
Capital Kids Club

The Capital Kids Club - promoting the importance of adopting healthy lifestyles through exercise ( ice and street hockey), diet, and saying ?no to drugs? to young people within Edinburgh + the Lothians. Alongside working with the local youth, we aim to continue the support of our young British ice hockey players.


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Registered charity
No. 1103879
Cardiff Chameleons

To provide facilities for physical recreation and competitive sport primarily in water, for the benefit of people with learning disabikities


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Registered charity
No. 241091
The Cave Rescue Organisation

A voluntary search and rescue team made up of local cavers, climbers and walkers. Providing a highly skilled service in the Three Peaks and Malhamdale areas of the Yorkshire Dales. The team, estabished in 1935, is entirely reliant on public donations and is on call at all times.


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Registered charity
No. 1088600
Cerebral Palsy Sport

Cerebral Palsy Sport is the sports charity for people with cerebral palsy, providing opportunities to individuals of all ages- from the recreational, through to Paralympic competition. Cerebral Palsy Sport is about having fun and enabling individuals to develop their mobility and self-confidence in a safe and inclusive environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1126141
Challenge 4 Change

C4C provides experiential education and training programmes designed for socially marginalised and disadvantaged people. The indoor training centre is unique and houses an aerial trekking course, high ropes elements, a climbing wall and low level obstacle course as well as training and meeting rooms.


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Registered charity
No. 1111358
Challenge Cancer Through Adventure

Challenge Cancer Through Adventure helps people diagnosed with Cancer or a terminal illness, living in the Peak District and surrounding areas to achieve an ambition to take part in an adventurous activity. It helps by providing grants, expertise and support.


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Registered charity
No. 1123385
Chance to shine

Chance to Shine supported by Brit Insurance will bring the benefits of competitive cricket to 2 million children in a third of state schools over ten years. You can help as a Life Member for a single donation of 500, as an Annual Member for 2.50 monthly, or at your choice.


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Registered charity
No. 212644
Chigwell Riding Trust For Special Needs

Chigwell Riding Trust was the first riding centre for people with special needs in the world. It has been established in Chigwell for over forty years. Riding instruction is given to people of all ages and abilities. The riding centre has approximately 160 riders each week.


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Registered charity
No. 1123403
Chris Jones Riders Fund

It raises money to buy State of the Art Medical Equipment to ensure the safety of British Motorcycle Racing


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Registered charity
No. 1086570
Christians in Sport

Christians in Sport exists to reach the world of sport for Christ. To see Christians in every sports club representing Christ - praying for their team mates, playing in a way honouring to God and saying what the good news of Jesus Christ is.


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Registered charity
No. 1126743
Coaches Across Continents

Coaches across Continents works in developing countries to create leaders in those regions. Through an innovative educational soccer curriculum, volunteers train local coaches, educate children and work with local organizations that also use soccer to develop life and leadership skills.


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Registered charity
No. CH00945
Colchester Rugby Football Club

Formed in 1925, our Purpose is to promote rugby football and ensure that CRFC is sustainable ? and here in 80 more years. We provide youth and mini rugby for over 500 youngsters, run 5 senior sides and are just developing an enthusiastic Ladies team


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Registered charity
No. 1046047
Cricket for Change (formerly LCCA)

We use cricket to do good amongst communities of young people who, for whatever reason, are disadvantaged. We believe that cricket can make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and communities; helping them to gain confidence, feel included and a bringing together people from different backgrounds.


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Registered charity
No. 1111316
Cricket Without Boundaries

Cricket Without Boundaries is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket. Crucially, CWB also uses cricket as a tool in the fight against AIDS. CWB?s training sessions have at their heart discussion about the disease in terms of prevention, treatment and equality of treatment for those with and without the disease.


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Registered charity
No. 1125605
Cricklade Leisure Centre

Cricklade Leisure Centre was saved from closure by the people of Cricklade to provide fitness and leisure to the whole community. It is used as much as possible to provide an accessible place within the community for various activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1072226
Crusader Foundation

In partnership with Coventry Crusaders Basketball Club, the Foundation aims to promote the development of basketball in the community and improve young peoples lives through sport. Coaching is done in schools, in the community, within the wheelchair basketball academy, and national league youth teams. The Foundation is guided by Christian beliefs, but aims to provide sport participation for all.


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Registered charity
No. X95879
CUCrC

The CUCrC was formed in 1897 and organises Yachting, Dinghy Sailing and Windsurfing for members of Cambridge University.


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Registered charity
No. NI069535
Cycle for Hope

The Cycle for Hope will start on the 7th December 2009 in Tangiers, Morocco and after travelling through 17 countries and over 15,000km’s will end on June 10th 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa. The aim is to raise funds for the Hope Academies run by Ambassadors in Sport, South Africa. This is a project run by Ambassadors in Sport Ireland


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Registered charity
No. 1112902
Cyclists Fighting Cancer

Cyclists Fighting Cancer awards shiny new bikes, tandems and specially adapted trikes to children and young people who have been affected by cancer throughout the UK and Northern Ireland. We encourage cycling as the best form of exercise based rehabilitation for those children undergoing and recovering from cancer treatments. To encourage them further we also give bikes to their siblings and in many cases their parents in order that they can take part in an activity as a family once again after what can be years of hospitalisation and disruption. Every penny raised goes into achieving these objectives. www.cyclistsfightingcancer.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1128348
The Daniel Worrall Memorial Trust

A community charity committed to providing facilities, equipment which enables,encourages people of all ages, abilities to participate in sport. It's main aim is to provide develop,equip a sports and leisure facility in rural south Northamptonshire.


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Registered charity
No. 1104637
Darren Clarke Foundation

The Darren Clarke foundation aims to focus on bringing the game of golf to youngsters who might not get exposure to the golfing world or the opportunity to play golf. Darren wanted to pass on the knowledge and experience he has gained during his career as a professional golfer.


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Registered charity
No. SCO38217
Development Coll

Development Coll has been formed to benefit the residents of the Isle of Coll, a small, remote island off the West Coast of Scotland. Currently, Development Coll's projects include: the building of a multipurpose community centre, investigation into possible affordable housing; renovation of the existing village play park; promotion of the activities of the Senior Social Club.


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Registered charity
No. 1045970
Diamond Centre For Disabled Riders

The Diamond Centre is a registered charity providing unique facilities to benefit disabled children and adults by having regular contact with horses. It is widely recognised that riding helps disabled people both physically and mentally - and remarkable improvements achieved by so many of those attending The Diamond Centre are proof of this.


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Registered charity
No. 523912
Dinnington Resource Centre

Dinnington Resource Centre is THE community centre of Dinnington. It provides many valuable services to the community as well as allowing lots of different groups, clubs and societys to meet and fulfill their aims.


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Registered charity
No. 287106
Disability Snowsport UK - The Skiers and Boarders Charity

Disability Snowsport provides opportunities for people with a disability to participate in skiing and snowboarding. It is our goal to help the individual improve their quality of life and transfer the benefits that they can from taking part to their everyday life.


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Registered charity
No. XR18844
Disability Sports NI

Disability Sports NI organises a range of projects and events, all designed to give people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities the opportunity to lead a fit and active lifestyle through sport and physical activity, as well as supporting the development of more talented disabled sports people.


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Registered charity
No. 1128529
DKH Legacy Trust

DKH Legacy Trust inspires young people to find and fulfil their potential in sport or in life through our workforce of elite sports performers. Through innovative projects and programmes delivered by our team of inspirational sports performers we help: young people to participate, stay in and excel in sport; and, disadvantaged young people to find and believe in their own talents.


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Registered charity
No. 1129119
Dorking Rugby Club

It promotes the amateur sport of rugby football. Its aims are the encouragement, support and the playing of Rugby Union Football by all ages and genders in accordance with the Laws adopted by The Rugby Football Union (?RFU?) and the Women?s Rugby Football Union (?RFUW?)


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Registered charity
No. CASC00380
Dulwich Indoor Cricket Project

Dulwich Cricket Club aims to raise funds to create a new indoor cricket facility for the communities of Soutwark and Lambeth.


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Registered charity
No. 1132002
Earth Partners

Earth Partners catalyses funds for bridge-building between countries, communities & citizens at the crux of environment, social justice & personal wellbeing. Bike the Earth, a 2 year expedition to draw the world?s attention to new sustainable solutions & ideas, is its 1st project.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04204
EBOG

EBOG is a self-financing amateur football club with 9 men?s teams, a ladies team and youth teams. EBOG began in 1948 for old students of East Barnet School, but is now open to all and provides organised affordable sport for the community. It is non-profit making and run entirely by volunteers.


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Registered charity
No. 1075180
English Federation of Disability Sport

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) organises National Championships for disabled people in a variety of sports. These events provide pathways to international success, such as the Paralympics. Working with corporate and trust partners, we aim to increase participation and talent identification. Fundraising is an essential part of our work and all funds will assist disabled sports people in their ladder to success.


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Registered charity
No. SC340267
Equal Adventure

Equal Adventure creates resources to support the meaningful involvement of disabled people in adventure sport, active outdoor lifestyles, expeditions and out of classroom learning. Our Vision Our work will be done when all people are able to access the natural environment for education, research, physical activity or play regardless of disability.


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Registered charity
No. 1001176
Essex Disabled Sports Foundation

It provides sporting facilities and opportunities for disabled children. The money raised is used to provide sports equipment, coaching and tuition, the hire of sports halls and the funding of outings and adventure type holidays.


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Registered charity
No. 1099366
The Everton Foundation

The Everton Foundation is a charity which aims to be the best sporting charity in the UK. It is not just about scoring goals! We want to utilise the power of sport to motivate, educate, inspire our community by providing a range of programmes that will make a real difference to people's lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1100243
Extra Mile Challenges

Extra Mile Challenges organises a 500-mile Continental relay cycle challenge annually in late September. To date 7 challenges have raised 666,000. Join us on the exciting 2010 Black Forest Challenge - visit www.extra-mile.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1107851
Falcons Community Foundation

Falcons Community Foundation is the registered charity of Newcastle Falcons, helping thousands of young people and community groups access sport and healthy living. By harnessing the power of rugby, Falcons Community inspires, motivates and educates people in the local community who access the charity.


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Registered charity
No. CASC03568
Farnham Rugby Club

Farnham RUFC is a thriving community based rugby club with over 1000 members and is at the heart of recreational sport in the Farnham area. The club is raising funds to relocate from its current ground to facilities that match its size and offer further sporting provision in the local community.


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Registered charity
No. 1075678
Football Unites, Racism Divides

Football Unites, Racism Divides believes that football, as the world?s most popular game, can help bring people together ? people from different backgrounds, to play, watch and enjoy the game, and to break down barriers created by ignorance or prejudice.


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Registered charity
No. 700730
Freeman Heart & Lung Transplant Association

To help and support transplant patients of the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne both financially and by providing facilities for recreation to enable them to improve their condition. Also to educate the public of the need for organ donation.


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No.
Frensham Pond Sailability

Frensham Pond Sailability provides disabled people of all ages the opportunity to experience the thrill of sailing. Sailing ranges from therapeutic cruising in the relaxing surroundings of Frensham Pond to fully competitive racing in Paralympic class mini-keelboats. Boats, safety gear and helpers are all supplied. More information on www.sailfrensham.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. SC038719
Friend of EduSport

Friend of EduSport works with a local NGO in Zambia with an aim to provide opportunities for young people to develop through sport and education to reach their potential. To ensure Zambia's youth can contribute to their own and their communities development. Our guiding principles are Educate.Empower.Inspire. We support community groups, schools and provide school/college scholarships.


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Registered charity
No. 1119206
Friends Supporting Millwall Rugby Football Club

To support rugby in East London, particularly youth rugby within the Isle of Dogs area


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Registered charity
No. 1111639
Fulham Football Club Foundation

Using sport to deliver inspirational, accessible and inclusive initiatives, promoting educational and social opportunities, improving the quality of life for disadvantaged young people to make a positive, real and lasting difference to the local community


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Registered charity
No. 1102444
Fund For Heroes

Fund for Heroes Tough Guy? Helpline Forevermore Injury disability support for Soldiers and Tough Guy? casualties.


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Registered charity
No. 1063471
Get Kids Going

Get Kids Going! helps disabled children take part in sport by providing specialist sports wheelchairs, sports grants and year round support. They can then compete in marathons, triathlons, tennis, athletics, skiing, rugby, basketball etc. With your help, many could become Paralympic champions and world record holders.


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Registered charity
No. SC017888
Give Them A Sporting Chance

The Charity turns the dreams of disabled people of all ages, and those who care for them, into reality. The recipients have to be recommended by an organisation and those receiving a Sporting Chance have to raise funds for a charity other than Give them a Sporting Chance. www.givethemasportingchance.com


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Registered charity
No. 327454
The Grand Prix Mechanics Charitable Trust

The Grand Prix Mechanics Charitable Trust is dedicated to providing help for former and current F1 mechanics and their families, putting F1 mechanics throughout the world in touch with each other and raising funds to help in times of need.


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Registered charity
No. 1113148
The Great Football Giveaway

We use sport as a force for good, hand-delivering sports equipment direct to children in some of the world's poorest communities, schools and orphan centres. Kicking a ball about is one of life?s most simple pleasures. Footballs can also help schools attract children into education, or bring those from war-afflicted countries closer together.


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Registered charity
No. 1098744
Greenhouse Schools Project

Greenhouse Schools Project is a charity that uses sports and arts programmes to teach 11-16 year olds life and social skills. We especially target children who are experiencing difficulties with learning and behaviour or who are living with a disability.


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Registered charity
No. 1119675
Greenwich Starting Blocks Trust

Greenwich Starting Blocks Trust is a charity committed to helping the sporting dreams of Greenwich's young people come true. It will provide bursaries to give young, up-and-coming athletes a chance to develop their talents.


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Registered charity
No. 1129592
Hampstead and Westminster Hockey Club

Hampstead and Westminster Hockey Club provides opportunities for competitive and social hockey in London to men, women and children of all abilities. Please support HWHC so it can continue to provide facilities for community participation in healthy recreation by the playing and coaching of hockey.


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Registered charity
No. 1129131
Harlequins Rugby League Foundation

The Harlequins Rugby League Foundation recognises that sport has a power and that this power can be harnessed to inspire, educate and motivate thousands of individuals. The charity embraces health, education, social cohesion, and club development as well as Grassroots sport which includes Dance.


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Registered charity
No. CASC03782
Harrogate Cricket Club

Harrogate Club, founded in 1877 hosted county cricket until 2003. Cricket icons such as W.G.Grace, Ian Botham, Viv Richards and Darren Gough played here. Tragically the historic pavilion burnt down and £500,000 needs to be raised to replace it. Efforts start with a sponsored walk along the Dalesway.


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Registered charity
No. SC033927
Hearts and Balls

Hearts and Balls role is to assist catastrophically injured rugby players and their families by offering financial support and advice on fundraising.


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Registered charity
No. SC039699
Hibernian Community Foundation

Hibernian Community Foundation aims to harness the power and passion of football to promote learning, improve health & wellbeing and enhance opportunities for our communities in Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife and the Borders through a range of activities and programmes delivered in partnership with expert organisations.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04045
HIGHGATE CASC

CASC Tennis, cricket club open to all. Club offers opportunity to play both sports at a wide range of levels both competitively and socially. Strong Junior Performance Section. Club is trying to raise funds for to install floodlights over recently resurfaced school playground in joint initiative with Haringey, Highgate Wood school and LTA through Just Giving


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Registered charity
No. 1124146
Hilary's Dream Trust

The Charity has been formed to give disabled or disadvantaged people opportunities to participate in sailing and other sporting and leisure activities. It's aims, objectives, and activities are inspired by the feats of record-breaking quadriplegic sailor Hilary Lister.


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Registered charity
No. SC037091
Homeless World Cup Foundation

We use football to energise and empower people who are homeless or excluded to change their own lives. The Homeless World Cup Foundation supports grass roots football development programmes in over 60 nations triggered by the Homeless World Cup, an established international football tournament addressing health, education and welfare globally. 77% of players change their lives significantly after participating.


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Registered charity
No. 1123345
Hull Kingston Rovers Education and Sport Trust

The Hull KR Education & Sport Trust has been formed with the aim of developing the Club?s highly successful community programme in the city. We aim to educate young people and their families, providing accessible and exciting sports opportunities that promote health & well being.


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Registered charity
No. 1124674
Huntingdon Gymnastics Club

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club offers classes ranging from recreational through to Elite. HGC has produced many outstanding gymnasts, more recently Daniel Keatings, Louis Smith and Marissa King - all competitors at the 2008 Olympic Games. HGC needs much bigger facilities to enable it to continue to produce World class gymnasts.


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Registered charity
No. 1044893
Impossible Dream

The charity organises South Coast Blind Week. The Charity owns equipment for disabled skiing and sailing which is available for public use.


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Registered charity
No. 1107395
The Injured Jockeys Fund

Its prime purpose is to provide help, financial and otherwise, to those jockeys who are injured, unable to ride and in need.


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Registered charity
No. 1055683
Interactive

Interactive is a registered charity working with sport providers and policy makers to ensure that disabled Londoners can get involved in the sport and physical activity of their choice, in the venue of their choice and at the level of their choice.


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Registered charity
No. 1001564
International Development through Sport (IDS)

IDS is about 'harnessing the power of sport to change lives' in deprived communities primarily in Africa. It uses sport to empower, mobilise and inspire youth and to reintegrate them into society. IDS is about teaching youth leadership and life skills, breaking down barriers, tackling stigma and bridging cultural and ethnic divides. IDS works with grassroots organisations in country to deliver sports programmes that engage and empower youth in the following areas: * Life skills and youth development * Equity (gender and disability) * HIV/AIDS education and awareness * Conflict resolution * Disaster and trauma relief


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Registered charity
No. 1101519
Ipswich Town Community Trust

The Trust provides opportunities to motivate and engage learners, of all ages and abilities ? using the theme of sport to raise achievement and inspire learners. The Trust aims to be wholly inclusive and encourages a healthy and active lifestyle for all.


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Registered charity
No. CH432
Island Cruising Club Limited

ICC Youth Trust will bring youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds to have up to 5 days' activities, living onboard the historic ship Egremont, moored in Salcombe harbour. Since the early 1970's thousands of young people have shared this unforgettable experience in the safe and understanding hands of an experienced and inspirational staff. In recent years, some 500 attend anually, funded by charitable donations matched by funds the schools have themselves raised. With some charities struggling, there are some 12 schools, booked and ready to join. They need your donations to make a genuine and lasting positive impact on their lives. JUST - 33.00 - funds a young person for a day 165.00 - for a week AND 5,000 - can fund an entire school trip.


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Registered charity
No. 1049722
The Island Trust Limited

The Island Trust exsists to help young people with disadvantaged backgrounds and from all walks of life experience the positive life changing experience and personal development offered by sailing adventures offshore and dinghy sailing and watersports activities


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Registered charity
No. 288543
The James Myatt Trust

It is for young people between 16 and 25, who might not otherwise be able to afford the voyage fees, to experience sail training in offshore craft, operated by approved organisations (i.e. ASTO). These young people are helped towards maturity in so many ways. Some examples include increased confidence, independence, social skills, teamwork, fun with peers and responsibility.


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Registered charity
No. 1114871
The Jeremy Willson Charitable Trust

The Jeremy Willson Charitable Trust helps young athletes realise their ambitions, young people or groups with disabilities to participate in sporting and/or adventurous activities, and young geologists and others to carry out independent ground-breaking expeditions, and supports projects for conserving and improving access to mountain and ocean environments. These causes have been selected in memory of and tribute to Jeremy Willson.


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Registered charity
No. Registration Underway
The Jim Cogan Memorial Fund

The Jim Cogan Memorial Fund has been set up to give those whose lives Jim touched the opportunity to support his last two African charities, Alive and Kicking and The Good Earth Trust, so that their future will be secure. The aim is to raise £300,000 over three years to finance the appointment of two directors and projects in Africa.


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Registered charity
No. 1126272
The Joanna Brown Trust

The Joanna Brown Trust aims to Encourage Involvement in Sport, by providing equipment and facilities. To provide people with an opportunity to not just experience sport, but excel in it.


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Registered charity
No. 293720
Jonathan Conville Memorial Trust

JCMT provides quality training for young people in mountaineering, by offering subsidised courses run by professional guides both in Scotland and the Alps. Preference is given to young people who would otherwise be unable to afford such training and instruction.


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Registered charity
No. 1129085
Jump Space

It provides Trampolining, Rebound Therapy and active play for children and young people with a disability, in a safe and challenging environment


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Registered charity
No. 302907
Kent County Playing Fields Association

The Kent County Playing Fields Association was established in 1926. Pro-active in the procurement,maintenence and retention of numerous playing fields for future generations. We help those who help themselves by providing grants to local councils and voluntary sports organisations towards facilities for sports recreation and children's play.


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Registered charity
No. 1112133
Kick 4 Life

Kick4Life is a charity that uses football to tackle poverty and disease in the developing world. The charity provides HIV/AIDS awareness sessions in developing world communities and schools through football related events. Kick4Life also organises fundraising events and challenges throughout the UK to support their work and highlight the problem of poverty and disease.


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Registered charity
No. 1123475
Kidsgloves

The aim of Kidsgloves is to promote social mobility by targeting able students from poorer backgrounds who show signs of disenfranchisement from mainstream education. Kidgloves works out of the famous Cityboxer gym in Southwark and will be focusing it efforts toward local young people


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Registered charity
No. 1111364
Laureus Sport for Good Foundation

Laureus funds sports activities for disadvantaged young people around the world. Laureus promotes the positive effect that sport has in tackling some of the world's most challenging social issues from mental health, HIV/Aids, and substance abuse to crime, social exclusion, and violence.


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Registered charity
No. 1027645
LEASIDE EDUCATIONAL TRUST

Leaside is a young person driven Centre. The Trust focuses on the personal development of young people of East London. We develop self confidence, trust, self discipline and teamwork through Outdoor pursuits, mainly canoeing.


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Registered charity
No. 1112580
Leeds Rugby Foundation

The Foundation was formed with the aim of providing sports, health and educational opportunities to the young people of Leeds & Yorkshire, and to use the 'power of sport' to inspire, motivate and educate individuals within it.


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Registered charity
No. SC036323
Liam Henderson Fund

The fund was set up in memory of Liam Henderson. The purpose being to promote the benefit of young people through sport in the Wick and Newmachar areas


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Registered charity
No. 1124963
Lionsraw - The Raw Foundation

The Raw Foundation is the charitable arm of Lionsraw. Lionsraw is taking 300 England fans to the World Cup in South Africa 2010 to carry out 12 football and 12 building projects. The Raw Foundations aims are to address the relief of poverty and the advancement of education.


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Registered charity
No. 1123376
London Renaissance Basketball Foundation

The London Renaissance Basketball Foundation has been established to use the sport of basketball as a tool to teach young Londoners regardless of their background valuable life skills such as discipline and the value of hard work through a number of innovative programmes.


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Registered charity
No. n/a
London Triathlon Gold Charities 2006

The London Triathlon is aiming to raise over £1 million from the 2006 event and your support will help us reach this target. The London Triathlon's four Gold Charities for 2006 are Leukaemia Research, The National Autistic Society, Get Kids Going and the British Red Cross.


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Registered charity
No. 1096669
London Wheelchair Rugby Club

London Wheelchair Rugby Club aims and objectives are to promote the sport of wheelchair rugby to adults and children with a disability in the area of London and the South East of England.


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Registered charity
No. 1121239
Longridge

Provide affordable outdoor activities and training to young people from all backgrounds and of all abilities


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Registered charity
No. 232391
Lord Mayor's Appeal 2010 (Pitch Perfect)

The Lord Mayor's Appeal 2010 (Pitch Perfect) aims to generate significant funds to bring dynamic musical and cricketing opportunities into state schools, academy schools and their communities in London's most challenging boroughs. The London Symphony Orchestra and the Cricket Foundation, the two principal beneficiary charities of the 2010 Appeal, have joined forces to create Pitch Perfect. Through opportunities to play and perform in teams and groups, Pitch Perfect will support thousands of young Londoners to develop new skills and levels of aspiration, acquire confidence and self-esteem, learn to respect themselves and each other and - regardless of their ultimate prowess as cricketers and as musicians - discover their full potential as well-rounded and productive individuals, leaders and team-players.


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Registered charity
No. 306054
The Lord's Taverners Ltd

The Lord's Taverners aims to give young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance. It achieves this by encouraging participation in youth cricket, particularly in disadvantaged areas, and supporting recreational and sporting activities for youngsters with special needs ? donating specially adapted minibuses and sports wheelchairs, giving young people vital transportation and access to sport, and providing grants for play and sports equipment.


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Registered charity
No. 1057889
Loughborough University Development Trust

The Development Trust supports Loughborough University in promoting an outstanding quality of educational experience. It raises funds from former students and other friends of the university to develop projects in areas such as Student Hardship, Scholarships, Bursaries and Prizes and Student-related initiatives.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04034
Manchester Phoenix Junior Ice Hockey Club

Phoenix gives children from 5 to 18 the chance to play the world's fastest team sport. Teams in five age groups compete in the Nortthern ice hockey leagues and players get the chance to take part in tournaments and tours both at home and abroad.


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Registered charity
No. 1118310
Manchester United Foundation

Manchester United Foundation uses the passion for Manchester United to benefit communities and improve the lives of young people through: educational programmes, promoting a greater understanding of social issues through education, and by developing unique partnerships with like-minded organisations.


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Registered charity
No. 1022281
Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund

helps those injured in horse related accidents.


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Registered charity
No. 1123762
MK Dons Sport and Education Trust

The SET aims to lead the development and delivery of high quality, inclusive and innovative sporting, educational and healthy lifestyle opportunities that raise aspiration, achievement and attainment throughout the region.


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Registered charity
No. XR637670
Moorside Rangers FC

Moorside Rangers are a Community Charter Standard Club this is the highest accolade available from the Football Association. We cater for players of all age, sex and ability. We have direct links with Bolton Wanderers FC. via our partnership agreement. We have over 50 FA level 1 coaches plus 9 FA level 2 coaches, we also have 18 FAW level 1 Goalkeeping coaches and 2 FAW level 2 Goalkeeping coaches. We have excellent facilities, Large Clubhouse, floodlight astroturf training area, and newly drained grass playing pitches at our Beechfield site. To top it all our subscriptions are the cheapest in the area. We aim to make it affordable for everyone. We have over 25 teams plus a holding group for the very young children that?s over 350 players. Last season we won 3 league titles, 4 cup competitions and 7 teams qualified for finals.


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Registered charity
No. SC040294
Mountain Aid

Mountain Aid is a Registered Charity with three simple objectives: - To help anyone permanently injured on the Scottish hills - To provide training and education in the skills required to safely enjoy the Scottish hills - To provide financial support to the Mountain Rescue services


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Registered charity
No. SC005015
Murrayfield Centenary Fund

The Fund, set up in Scottish Rugby's centenary season 1972-73, focuses on providing assistance to injured Scottish rugby players and is financially and administratively independent. Since its inception, it has assisted a number of players with short or longer term injuries, with the help and support they needed.


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Registered charity
No. 1079740
NADS

NADS represents all disabled football supporters. Disabled fans want to be able to enjoy the same benefits many take for granted ie a decent view, choice of location, ability to sit with friends, cover from the weather and fair access to tickets. Help us achieve our aims by donating now.


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Registered charity
No. 1127399
Neil Desai Foundation

The Neil Desai Foundation was set up to support causes dear to Neil Desai who sadly passed away aged 22. The Charity aims to promote education and sports amongst the young, help the poor and needy in developing countries and invest in the prevention of cardiac fatalities in the young.


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Registered charity
No. 1073635
New Yatt Riding For The Disabled

New Yatt Riding for the Disabled Group is an independent charity, run by volunteers and, with 8 working horses and ponies, provide riding instruction to over 60 children and adults from West Oxfordshire each week


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Registered charity
No. 1124869
Newcastle United Foundation

Newcastle United Foundation uses passion for football to make a real difference to the lives of local children, young people and families. In its first year, the Foundation worked with 10,000 individuals, resulting in 62,000 attendances across all its sports, health, education and youth projects.


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Registered charity
No. Exempt
Newlands Park

Newlands Park is a 19 acre Community venue offering sports facilities and Meeting Rooms for local voluntary groups. It has high aspirations to implement innovative Environmental systems.


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Registered charity
No. SC040027
NGFDG

The NGFDG provide a safe environment for people of all ages to take part in football related activities leading to improved health, well-being, sporting ability, as well as encouraging people to feel part of a community. NGFDG's motto is ?OPORTUNITAS?.


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Registered charity
No. SC029531
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland

Ocean Youth Trust Scotland provides adventurous educational opportunities for young people aged 12-24 to develop their knowledge about themselves, others, and society. Above all Ocean Youth Trust Scotland makes sailing fun. This ensures that young people, and volunteers, can learn: Teamwork and mutual trust, a sense of equality and fairness, the importance of lifelong learning. Responsibility for their own actions and decisions, Understanding of the needs and backgrounds of others, Awareness of the environment and a range of sea, sailing, and other social skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1122573
One in a Million

Bradford is our passion! ?One in a Million? are working to improve the lives of youngsters across Bradford. Through sport, arts, media and enterprise they engage children and young people in projects that promote self worth, empowering them to discover and realise their potential. Every child matters, every child is ?One in a Million?


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Registered charity
No. 1072638
The Panathlon Foundation Limited

Panathlon Foundation seeks to help, motivate and inspire young disabled people through sport. It provides expert coaching, free specialised equipment and multi-sport competitions like the Paralympics. Every penny you donate will go to helping disabled young people have fun through sport.


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Registered charity
No. 1119251
Paul Beard Memorial Fund - Berkhamsted Raiders Football Club

The Paul Beard Memorial Fund has been established to continue Paul’s good work and promote community participation in healthy recreation by providing funding and facilities for sport for young people. A keen golfer, footballer, squash, tennis and rugby player, Paul’s contribution to “sport for all” in Berkhamsted, is unparalleled.


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Registered charity
No. 1124268
Pedal Power

The ASDA Foundation is ASDA's Charitable Company. The Foundation also acts as a holding account so all monies raised by Pedal Power can have gift aid added . This enables more money to go to making cycling more affordable and accessible.


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Registered charity
No. 1127806
QPR in the Community Trust

For 14 years the QPR Community Scheme has built bridges, formed bonds and aidied children and young adults, whilst breaking down barriers and improving people’s everyday life. It has reached over half a million children across the boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Brent, Hillingdon and Westminster.


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Registered charity
No. 1084042
Racing Welfare

Racing Welfare is the leading Charity that supports all those who are working, or have worked, in the horse racing industry including stud and stable staff, racecourse employees, heath men, farriers, stalls handlers trainers and jockeys.


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Registered charity
No. 1125149
The Ray Gravell & Friends Charitable Trust

Established in memory of one of Wales? greatest ambassadors - Ray Gravell, our trust supports causes in West Wales that we know would have been close to his heart. Scarlets rugby legend, broadcaster and passionate Welshman, Grav was an inspiration to so many.


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Registered charity
No. SC 002041
RDA Glasgow Group

The RDA Glasgow Group offers horse riding and carriage driving to over 200 disabled children and adults from Greater Glasgow. Riding improves balance, strength, co-ordination and increases confidence and self-esteem. Riding is an effective form of physiotherapy and psychological therapy and its fun! Riders are referred by health professionals.


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Registered charity
No. 1125817
Reading FC Community Trust

Since 1992 RFC Community Trust has helped millions of children & adults across Thames Valley to take part in sport, social inclusion & healthy lifestyle initiatives. To continue & evolve, it looks for donations to maintain this positive service it provides to the local communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1117704
Rebounders

It provides trampoline therapy to anyone with special needs or a disability, ranging from mild coordination or learning difficulties to very limited mobility, speech and understanding. The therapy helps improve balance, coordination, confidence, strength and muscle tone and is also great fun!


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Registered charity
No. 1030693
Regain - The Trust For Sports Tetraplegics

Regain is the only charitable organisation dedicated solely to improving the independence of all British men & women who have become tetraplegic as a result of a sporting or leisure accident. A tetraplegic is unable to walk and has limited reach & dexterity because use of the arms is severely impaired.


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Registered charity
No. 1075028
Reigate & Redhill YMCA

Reigate and Redhill YMCA offers a variety of programmes that enable children, young people and adults to develop to their full potential. These include sports, childcare, youth work and housing. YMCA's programmes aim to be inclusive, catering for those experiencing disadvantage, disability and ill health.


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Registered charity
No. 1109858
RFL Benevolent Fund

The RFL Benevolent Fund provides relief for people who have been injured whilst playing or training for rugby football league.


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Registered charity
No. 1122139
RFU Injured Players Foundation

RFU Injured Players Foundation supports players who become seriously injured playing rugby and their families. It gives grants for a wide range of support equipment and therapies. It gives grants each year totalling over 400,000.


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Registered charity
No. 1115185
The Richard Burns Foundation

The Richard Burns Foundation wants to inspire and support active people whose lives are affected by serious illness and injury. The RBF raises resources and awareness for projects that help active people of all ages in their fight against adversity.


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Registered charity
No. 244108
Riding for the Disabled incorporating carriage driving

Riding for the Disabled Association aims to provide disabled people with the opportunity to ride and/or carriage drive to benefit their health and well-being.


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Registered charity
No. 1108821
Right to Dream

Right to Dream is a charity registered in the UK, with the objective of helping talented underprivileged African children play sport, obtain a first class education and develop key lifeskills to help them to achieve a better quality of life.


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Registered charity
No. 1092631
Robert Eaton Memorial Fund

The Robert Eaton Memorial Fund wishes to help Children from the ages of 5 and 16 to play football or other sports in the name of Robert Eaton.


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Registered charity
No. 1073048
The Rona Trust

Our aim is to provide (through the medium of sea training in offshore craft) opportunities for young people and people with disabilities to acquire those attributes of a seaman, namely; a sense of responsibility, resourcefulness and team-work.


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Registered charity
No. 1118428
Rossendale Rays MASC (Multi Ability Swim Club)

The Rossendale Rays Multi-Ability Swimming Club exists to provide water-based leisure activities for all its multi-ability members and their families from all areas of the local community. Every Sunday between 3:30 and 5:30 pm. Marl Pits Swimming Pool, Newchurch Road, Rawtenstall, BB4 7SN Tel: 01706 225457


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Registered charity
No. 1112236
Rotary Club of Sherborne Castles Charity Account

Rotary - The global network of Community Volunteers - suporting charitable causes and those in need within the UK and worldwide.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04710
Rowledge Cricket Club

Local cricket club serving all of the community starting at 5 years of age, Teams include youth teams from age 9, girls team, ladies team and four men's teams in competitive leagues. Our senior men's side has just won the Southern Premier League Div2.


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Registered charity
No. 1097545
Royal Parks Foundation

The Royal Parks Foundation raises funds to help protect and enhance London's eight Royal Parks - 5,000 acres of green space in the heart of the city. Help safeguard these national treasures, home to over 130,000 trees, a myriad of wildlife and support a community programme that engages over 23,000 young people annually.


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Registered charity
No. 1113160
RPA Benevolent Fund

The RPA Benevolent Fund, The Players' Charity was established in 2001 (as the PRA Benevolent Fund) to provide financial support for players who have been forced to retire from the game due to serious injury or illness, and support players' families in the event of their untimely death.

Previous recipients include the Nick Duncombe Memorial Trust set up in memory of the Harlequins & England scrum half who passed away in 2003, Sale Sharks Andy Blyth, London Irish full back Jarrod Cunningham who passed away in 2007 from Motor Neurones aged just 39, former England and Bristol full back Alastair Hignell and, most notably, Leicester and England's U-21 prop Matt Hampson, who suffered a serious neck injury in 2005.

As an increasing number of players suffer career ending injury, it is imperative that the Benevolent Fund continues to grow. Through the generous support of businesses, rugby supporters and the players themselves, the RPA Benevolent Fund has been able to raise thousands of pounds each year to help players and their families who are in need.


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Registered charity
No. 1084351
RYA Sailability

RYA Sailability - Bringing Boating to disabled people. The charity offers people who think they can't even get on a boat - let alone sail one, the chance to achieve the self reliance that sailing can bring and feel the exhilaration of being on the water.


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Registered charity
No. 1089333
SAFC Foundation

SAFC Foundation is the registered charity of Sunderland Football club. We work with 30,000 young people every year in raising educational standards, promoting inclusion and well being, encouraging life long learning and supporting football development. SAFC Foundation harnesses the power football has to make a real difference to local communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1052203
Sandford Parks Lido

Sandford Parks Lido is an outdoor heated swimming resort in the heart of Cheltenham. It became a charitable trust in the interest of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life for the residents and visitors of Gloucestershire and surrounding area.


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Registered charity
No. 1079316
Saracens Sport Foundation

The Saracens Sport Foundation's mission is to inspire communities and change lives through the power of sport. Through the Saracens brand, professional players and high quality staff, we engage and challenge children and young people to lead an active, healthy and rewarding lifestyle.

Established in 2000, the Foundation has grown substantially and now employs 14 full time and 30 part time coaches. This has enabled us to broaden and increase dramatically the scope and scale of our services. Using the power of sport we are tackling a broad range of issues such as childhood obesity, social exclusion and educational attainment.

During the 2008/09 season around 60,000 children and young people engaged in our services throughout Hertfordshire, Luton and North London. The Saracens Sport Foundation has received considerable recognition for its work, winning the 2008/09 Parliamentary Citizenship Club of the Year Award, acknowledging our outstanding contribution to our community, and the SportBusiness: CSR Award for our hugely successful Community Dance Programme.


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Registered charity
No. 1005446
SCORE Rugby Union

SCORE Rugby Union provides pastoral and spiritual support within Rugby Union across the UK & Ireland. Working closely with the Rugby authorities the Coordinator places chaplains in clubs, and organises chaplaincy for major tournaments. SCORE works with all involved in the sport, including match officials.


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Registered charity
No. SC032670
Scottish Society of One Armed Golfers

It has over 200 members worlwide, and its aim is to provide and premote golf to individuals with Arm defects. It aims to encourage participation in golf at all levels, to increase worldwide awareness. It has helped and continues to help people with Arm defects, whether from birth or accident.


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Registered charity
No. SC039071
SDFScotland

SDF Scotland (SDFS) is established to increase the finance available to Scottish sporting organisations to develop sports facilities by raising money through donations from individuals and companies both in Scotland and internationally directly to your specific project(s) of choice.


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Registered charity
No. 293475
Shadwell Basin Outdoor Activity Centre

Shadwell provides watersports and adventurous activities to encourage and challenge all young people to develop skills, confidence and self esteem in a healthy, fun and enjoyable way. To ensure accessibility to all, in this deprived inner city area, we strive to keep our fees to a minimum.


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Registered charity
No. 1116971
Show Racism The Red Card

Show Racism the Red Card works with high profile sports stars to educate young people about why racism is wrong and must be eradicated from society.


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Registered charity
No. 1101030
Snow-Camp

Snow-Camp is a youth charity established in 2003 to provide disadvantaged young people from London’s inner-city areas with the chance to experience snowsports. As well as offering the opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard, Snow-Camp includes a youth focused Life-skills course designed to enable young people to reflect on the key issues that impact their lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1044035
Southgate Sports And Leisure Trust

The Southgate Sports and Leisure Trust (SSLT) was formed in 1996 as a registered charity to acquire and develop a 6 acre site to provide a community sports centre in partnership with Middlesex University on their campus at Trent Park in North London. Today the facilities at Trent Park are home to hockey, running, football and fitness clubs and offer a wide range of coaching and training facilities to introduce and encourage young people to learn about and enjoy sport.


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Registered charity
No. SC029945
Spartans FC (Youth)

To advance the education of pupils of schools in Edinburgh and to organise or provide or assist in the organisation or provision of facilities which will encourage pupils of schools in Edinburgh to play association football or other games or sports.


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Registered charity
No. 800329
Special Olympics Great Britain

Special Olympics Great Britain is the country?s major provider of sporting opportunities for people with a learning disability focusing on providing equality of opportunity for all athletes regardless of their level of athletic ability. It is a volunteer based organization, with 135 local branches and provides year-round sports training in a variety of Olympic type sports for over 8000 learning disabled people.


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Registered charity
No. 1121004
SpecialEffect

SpecialEffect is a charity dedicated to helping ALL young people with disabilities to enjoy computer games and to help people with severe disabilities like our inspirational Patron Matt Hampson to have freedom via technology. SpecialEffect's core projects are Stargaze, inspired by Matt and which seeks to help people who experience severe injuries like Matt and Game For Helen which seeks to create the world's first fully accessible computer games suite at the Helen and Douglas House Hospice. SpecialEffect also run computer games roadshows for people with disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. CASC03983
The Spencer Club

The Spencer Club is a not-for-profit amateur sports club serving the community in SW London. The club is a multi-sports club with emphasis on Excellence in the Community. The club provides opportunities for competitive and social sport to men, women and children in cricket, tennis, hockey, lacrosse, squash and rugby.


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Registered charity
No. 1062756
Spirit Of Soccer

Spirit of soccer is a grass roots children’s football charity which is registered in both the USA and UK and operates soccer/football coaching projects at present in Bosnia and Cambodia.


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Registered charity
No. 1115222
Sport 4 Life UK

Sport 4 Life UK exists to change lives through the power of sport. It uses sport as a tool to relieve poverty, build community and improve health within disadvantaged areas. It delivers inclusion, opportunity and empowerment to underprivileged peoples through sport in a fresh, dynamic and exciting way.


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Registered charity
No. 1111675
Sport Northumbria Foundation

The Sport Northumbria Foundation, established in 2005, provides opportunities for people to develop skills and enhance their potential through sport and health-related activity. The Foundation works with strategic partners to develop programmes that introduce young people to participation and leadership opportunities and allows them to progress in their chosen sports.


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Registered charity
No. 326568
Sport Relief

As one of the UK?s biggest fundraising events, Sport Relief brings the entire nation together to get active, raise cash and change lives. It has a unique history of dedicated people doing extraordinary things to rise to the challenge and make the world of difference to poor and vulnerable people.

And, following in their footsteps, hundreds of thousands of people, right across the UK, have a great time when they complete brilliant challenges of their own.

The Sport Relief Weekend is taking place from Friday 19th March to Sunday 21st March 2010 and it?ll be three whole days of energy, entertainment and events for everyone to enjoy.

From the Friday of fundraising fun, right through to the Sainsbury?s Sport Relief Mile on Sunday, it promises to be a brilliant weekend. And, the best bit is, all the cash raised will help to transform the lives of those in desperate need across the UK and the world?s poorest countries. So be a part of it? Rise to your challenge!

Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).


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Registered charity
No. 328325
SPORTABILITY

Sportability, a registered charity, provides FREE sport and challenging pursuits for people with paralysis around the UK. People with spinal cord injury, stroke, MS and others, are able to participate in a whole range of sports - scuba diving, sailing, archery, angling, quad-biking, gliding, canoeing, clay pigeon shooting, go-karting, wheelchair tennis and many more.


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Registered charity
No. 1119365
Sporting Equals

The principal activity of Sporting Equals is to promote ethnic diversity across all sport and physical activity. It has defined its vision as being "to see a sporting world that is free from racial discrimination.


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Registered charity
No. 1041422
Sporting Futures

Sporting Futures is a Derby based charity that works throughout the county, whose aim is to use sport as a catalyst to engage with young people enabling them to build meaningful relationships with family, friends and the wider community in which they live.


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Registered charity
No. XR82095
Sporting Hearts

Sporting Hearts main aim is to organise and fund holidays and sports outings for children from the former Yugoslavia who have suffered as a result of war or have been disadvantaged due to ethnic or religious prejudice.


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Registered charity
No. 1111612
Sports Aid Trust

SportsAid is the charity for sport. It helps youngsters both able-bodied and disabled to realise their sporting ambitions.


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Registered charity
No. 1095326
Sports Leaders UK

Sports Leaders UK uses sport to deliver leadership training to young people. Candidates often live in the socially & economically deprived communities of the UK, including prisons and young offenders institutes. The Awards help people turn their lives around. Qualified Sports Leaders are encouraged to volunteer in their local community, promoting healthier lifestyles and building community capacity.


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Registered charity
No. SC033982
The Sportsman's Charity

Funds raised for The Hearts and Heroes Challenge will be used to support military veterans and their families in Scotland, who are affected by a number of issues including financial, physical and psychological problems, and to provide pastoral and financial care to rugby?s seriously injured young people.

The Sportsman's Charity, which has distributed over 2m since 1983, raises money through events for projects involving disabled sport, youth and social inclusion. All its distributions are made through the Scottish Community Foundation. In addition it runs events for non charitable concerns or individuals who require management and knowledge of the processes involved.


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Registered charity
No. 1101313
Street League

Street League helps disadvantaged people, many of whom are homeless, into work. It uses sport and football as a hook to engage with, and inspire its participants. It aims to raise motivation, and improve self esteem through its sports programme, and its educational scheme helps participants gain sports based qualifications, and improve their chances of employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1113542
StreetGames

StreetGames helps young people living in disadvantaged areas access sport regardless of income, gender, nationality, ability or social circumstances. We believe in sport as a vehicle for social change and in helping young people to be the best they can be. We?ve developed a network over 100 community projects that deliver sport to the doorsteps of young people throughout England & Wales. These projects have generated around 1million attendances. But we want to do more. With your help, we can ensure more young people get the access to sport they deserve.


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Registered charity
No. 1015668
Surf Life Saving GB

Surf Life Saving GB is the charity of volunteer beach lifesavers building healthier, safer communities. Our 5,000 members, aged 7-70+, come together and give their time freely, in our 75, Life Saving Clubs to develop their 'Skills for Life' and to compete in 'Sport for Life'.

* Surf Lifesaving volunteers have a long history (over 50 years) of giving their time freely to train others in life saving skills

* Surf Life Saving Clubs are community hubs, offering learning, development and socialising opportunities for every member

* Young Surf Lifesavers become healthier and safer and develop skills for employment and for life


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Registered charity
No. 1108947
Tag Rugby Trust

Tag Rugby Trust - Who are we?

The Tag Rugby Trust is a rugby based charity that was formed in 2002. It exists to help improve the lives of children in some of the poorest regions of the world. We currently work with orphanages and government schools in India, Zambia, Uganda and Kenya using the game of Tag Rugby as our vehicle. We fund our tours through volunteers who pay to join the adventure and who work closely with the children in a coaching capacity. Almost without exception our volunteers say that the tour is a life changing experience for them.

We know that we make a difference to the lives, not only of the children we coach, but also the volunteers and friends of the Trust. We are passionate rugby people and we know the power it has to break down barriers and to create life long friendships. Above all, we believe that these positive experiences should be not only for the developed world but to growing ?rugby nations? who don?t currently have the resources or opportunity to introduce children to the game. We provide that opportunity. In fact, taking this philosophy to the places we do to is arguably the most important ruby export that we can think of.Our values are many but in essence they revolve around these:

?Respect

?Teamwork

?Creating friendships

?Breaking down social & geographical barriers

?Co-operation between different communities

?Tolerance

?Exploring & accepting different cultures

?Achievement & fulfilment


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Registered charity
No. 298175
The Tennis Foundation

The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust was set up as part of the Tennis Foundation's commitment to make tennis accessible to everyone. It supports tennis for the disabled - wheelchair, deaf and learning disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. CASC05760
Thomas McCurtains GAA Club

Thomas McCurtains is a GAA club bringing sport to east london and Essex . We promote Galiec sport through the schools in the surronding area and help kids develop there skills and enjoy Galiec sport free of charge .


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Registered charity
No. 1106977
Three Rivers Partnership

Three Rivers is a community partnership which simply put means that it aims to bring the communities in and around Gillingham together to plan for the future and to make that plan happen. Three Rivers aims to help define the needs of the community, to develop solutions to these needs, establish projects and source funding for them.


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Registered charity
No. CH02105
Toft Cricket Club

Toft cricket club provides amatuer cricket opportunities to members of the local community. The club organises an extensive junior cricket division and academy coaching with an aim of helping young cricketers improve their games and enjoy the sport. The club members enjoy the social, cricket and community aspect of the club.


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Registered charity
No. 1113725
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is committed to providing the best sports, health, training and education programmes for all our communities; creating opportunities, encouraging enterprise and innovation, promoting social cohesion and enhancing life skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1094092
Tottenham Tribute Trust

TTT is an organisation dedicated to serving the needs of former Spurs stars who find themselves in a situation that compromises their quality of life. It is an organisation that reaches out to members of the Spurs family who are fighting hard times either financially, medically or both and is dedicated to making sure that no former Spurs player is forgotten.


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Registered charity
No. SC036358
Transition Extreme

Transition is an award winning youth based charity in Aberdeen which provides world-class, year-round indoor climbing and skatepark facilities, as well as band rehearsal rooms, meeting spaces and an arts activity centre.


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Registered charity
No. 1127314
Transplant Sport UK

The Transplant Sport UK is a registered charity whose main aim is to raise awareness of the need for organ donation in the UK and worldwide. Through organising sports and social events for transplant recipients it shows the benefits of organ donation and proves that recipients can lead a normal and active life again after transplantation.


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Registered charity
No. 1116030
Tutu Foundation (UK)

Building on the legacy and work of Archbishop Desmond Tutu in the UK by helping to build peaceful communities and transform the lives of young people.


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Registered charity
No. 1111776
UK Deaf Sport

UK Deaf Sport aims to enable Deaf people to benefit from, excel at and fulfil their potential through sport of their own choosing. UK Deaf Sport influences positive changes and opportunities in sports culture, policy and procedure by brokering partnerships with key decision makers and sports councils and national governing body of sports.


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Registered charity
No. 299248
UKSA

UKSA is a registered charity that is committed to changing the lives of everyone it works with through its maritime training and experiences. The charity has enhanced the lives of many young people and undertakes extensive fund raising activities to provide personal development opportunities to all. UKSA is a globally recognised professional training establishment training in watersports and yachting to the highest level.

We love what we do, have a passion for sharing it and want to inspire as many people as we possibly can through our work, so come and join us.


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Registered charity
No. SC039922
United for All

UfA aims; to advance public participation in sport; to provide recreational facilities with the object of improving the conditions of life for individuals; to promote football coaching schemes regardless of race, gender, status, disability or religious beliefs. It promotes equality and diversity.


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Registered charity
No. 1102107
United Through Sport

United Through Sport is an international sports development charity that uses the power of sport to deliver fun, education and improved health to some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities on earth. Working with grassroots organisations, we deliver choice, opportunity and hope to those living in poverty throughout Africa and Central America. Help us play, tackle and unite for a better future.


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Registered charity
No. 1047341
University of Brighton Foundation

The Foundation was established as a charitable trust to receive donations in support of the University of Brighton and its commitment to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and traditional scholarship. The Foundation is engaged in closely defined projects and provides support to students and scholarships.


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Registered charity
No. XN720 (exempt charity)
University of Gloucestershire

The University of Gloucestershire aims to provide an education for life and for all, not just in the classroom, but in how we live our lives. No matter what they choose to study, helping our students become better citizens of the world is at the heart of what we do, and with your help, create a better future.


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Registered charity
No. CASC04026
Vale Judo Club

Vale Judo Club is a community run club that offers judo and personal safety class to children and adults of all abilities living in NW Leicestershire, Rutland, South Lincolnshire and North Northamptionshire.


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Registered charity
No. 1118527
Velocity Racers

it helps disabled adults and youngsters to enjoy excercise through wheelchair racing


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Registered charity
No. 1078742
WAMDSAD

WAMDSAD is a voluntary charitable organisation that provides sport and leisure opportunities and facilities to the physically and sensorially disabled. It has a purpose-built clubhouse in Maidenhead, Berkshire, with approximately 700 members, and offers a gateway from grass roots to Paralympic level. It is one of the top clubs of its kind in the country.


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Registered charity
No. 502079
Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust

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Registered charity
No. CASC00880
Weston Cricket Club, Cheshire

A cricket club run entirely by Volunteers with a long history dating back to 1875. Four Junior Teams & three Adult teams providing cricket playing facilities & community social events throughout the year.


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Registered charity
No. 265498
WheelPower

Sport has tremendous physical, psychological and social benefits for the participants, particularly young people. WheelPower provides and promotes opportunities for thousands of children and young adults with disabilities to participate in recreational and competitive wheelchair sport and improve their quality of life.


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Registered charity
No. 1120905
Wheels for Wellbeing

Wheels for Wellbeing encourages and supports disabled people to cycle. We run regular cycle sessions using a wide range of 2,3 and 4 wheeled cycles and provide 1-1 lessons for people who want to learn to ride a bicycle or improve their skills so they can ride on the road with confidence.


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Registered charity
No. CH 06786
Whitwell AFC

The Whitwell Pavilion Project, supported by the Football, Tennis and Cricket Clubs, also needs the support of the community to improve sports facilities for everyone in the parish. Please help as much as you can!


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Registered charity
No. 1011213
The William Wates Memorial Trust

The William Wates Memorial Trust is a registered charity set up in 1998 with a mission to help disadvantaged young people fulfil their potential, and stay away from a life of crime, using the mediums of sports, arts and education.

The Trust exists to celebrate the life of William Wates (1977- 1996) who was tragically killed when travelling in South America. Will was a much-loved young man and is very much missed by his family and friends. His family set up the trust to shine some light into the lives of young people who have not had the advantages that Will enjoyed and we feel the aims of the trust reflect where his interests would have been if he was alive today. We are delighted to announce that the Trust has now donated just over 1M and helped over 8,000 disadvantaged young people fulfil their potential. Please have a look at our website www.wwmt.org to find out more about the amazing charities that we have supported.


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Registered charity
No. 1060267
Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation

The Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF) is the charity that works to make physical activity an integral part of life for women and girls.


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Registered charity
No. 326691, SC039247
Wooden Spoon

Wooden Spoon supports a whole range of projects designed to improve life for disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK and Ireland. Over the years, its social and sporting events across the country have raised millions of pounds that have changed thousands of lives.


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Registered charity
No. CASC 04226
The Woodford Wells Club

The Woodford Wells Club, a Community Amateur Sports Club, is one of the Home Counties' premier sports clubs. Facilities include 2 cricket pitches, an astroturf hockey pitch (alternative location), occasional grass hockey pitches, 11 all weather tennis courts (7 artificial grass and 4 acrylic), 4 squash courts and an indoor sports hall for short tennis, table tennis, short mat bowls and keep fit.


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Registered charity
No. SC040441
YES Youth Engaging Sport

Aims of YES in Upper Deeside are to promote, improve the health, fitness & education of young people; provide & assist in the provision of leisure facilities for the public & young people, with the object of improving their conditions of life, advance development and regeneration.


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Registered charity
No. 1115367
YourStory

YourStory works towards developing Independance and Self-Belief with disadvantaged individuals and communities. YourStory primarily uses sport as an active mechanism to build relationships with and to support our clients. It helps Young People, Parents, Young Offenders, Prolific Adult Offenders, Black and Minority Ethnic and Asylum Seekers in their personal growth.


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Registered charity
No. 1050465
Youth Experience in Sport

We support projects, both for plant and for running costs, which promise to increase youth involvement in sport - by broadening participation. We concentrate on the East End of London, particularly Hackney and nearby areas, and on water sports like rowing and canoeing.


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Registered charity
No. 1086915
Youth Sport Trust

The Youth Sport Trust aims to build a brighter future for young people by increasing young people's participation and enjoyment of PE and school sport.


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Registered charity
No. SC039367
Yusef Abubaker Memorial Trust

The Yusef Abubaker Memorial Trust, established following the sudden cardiac death of our son Yusef, aims to enhance education, alleviate poverty, fund medical treatment, fund clean drinking water projects and help enhance sport in the community. Help us to help others in memory of Yusef.


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