FCS Associates

London Marathon Charitable Trust

Small Capital Project Grants
The Small Capital Project Grants Programme provides awards of between £5,000 and £20,000 to small projects which aim to help improve existing amenities or to build new facilities that will enable organisations to encourage and support more people to become involved in physical activity, sport and/or play, particularly those who are currently physically inactive.

We have a simple Expression of Interest form which you must submit to us so that we can confirm that your organisation and project are eligible for funding.

Those applicants who are eligible will then be invited to complete a simple, one-stage online application form for our Small Capital Project Grants. This is a rolling grant programme and applications are considered on a quarterly basis. (Confirmation of eligibility does not imply funding will be provided.)

Major Capital Project Grants
The Major Capital Projects Grants Programme provides funds of between £20,001 and £150,000 for the renovation, modernisation or creation of significant facilities for organisations that can demonstrate a clear commitment to encouraging and supporting people who are not physically active to participate in physical activity, sport and/or play. We expect successful applicants to have a robust business plan in place for the facilities in question as well as effective strategies for increasing participation in physical activity, sport and/or play, especially amongst individuals and groups who are currently physically inactive. In order to understand the impact of our grants, we also expect successful applicants to have clear plans in place for monitoring and evaluating the impact of the projects that we fund.

We have a two-stage online application process for our Major Capital Grants Programme.

Stage 1: Applicants must complete an online application form to demonstrate the eligibility of their organisation to receive funding and provide key details on the proposed capital project, why it is needed, what impact it will have and how it will be sustainable in the long term. Stage 1 applications are considered at our quarterly Trustees’ meetings.

Stage 2: Those applicants invited to progress to Stage 2 have 12 months from the date of their Stage 1 approval letter in which to submit more detailed information for consideration at one of the quarterly Trustees’ meetings.

Other Grants
The Trustees have the discretion to award grants of more than £150,000 towards Major Capital Projects where a particularly strong case is made to demonstrate the impact on The Trust’s priority outcomes. These grants do not usually exceed £500,000 and are selected on an invitation-only basis.

On occasion, the Trustees choose to provide funds for strategic and or innovative projects of particular significance. These projects are selected by the Trustees on an invitation-only basis and we do not accept unsolicited applications. Examples of these grants include:

  • The London Marathon Community Track in QEIIOP (£3.4 million)
  • The London Marathon Pavilion at Herne Hill Velodrome (£750,000)
  • The London Marathon Athletics Track – Finsbury Park (£508,000)
  • Gunnersbury Park Sports Centre (£500,000)
  • Greenhouse Sports Centre (£500,000)

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Location: London

Value: Various

Deadline: Open

Our success rate

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London Marathon Charitable Trust

Small Capital Project Grants
The Small Capital Project Grants Programme provides awards of between £5,000 and £20,000 to small projects which aim to help improve existing amenities or to build new facilities that will enable organisations to encourage and support more people to become involved in physical activity, sport and/or play, particularly those who are currently physically inactive.

We have a simple Expression of Interest form which you must submit to us so that we can confirm that your organisation and project are eligible for funding.

Those applicants who are eligible will then be invited to complete a simple, one-stage online application form for our Small Capital Project Grants. This is a rolling grant programme and applications are considered on a quarterly basis. (Confirmation of eligibility does not imply funding will be provided.)

Major Capital Project Grants
The Major Capital Projects Grants Programme provides funds of between £20,001 and £150,000 for the renovation, modernisation or creation of significant facilities for organisations that can demonstrate a clear commitment to encouraging and supporting people who are not physically active to participate in physical activity, sport and/or play. We expect successful applicants to have a robust business plan in place for the facilities in question as well as effective strategies for increasing participation in physical activity, sport and/or play, especially amongst individuals and groups who are currently physically inactive. In order to understand the impact of our grants, we also expect successful applicants to have clear plans in place for monitoring and evaluating the impact of the projects that we fund.

We have a two-stage online application process for our Major Capital Grants Programme.

Stage 1: Applicants must complete an online application form to demonstrate the eligibility of their organisation to receive funding and provide key details on the proposed capital project, why it is needed, what impact it will have and how it will be sustainable in the long term. Stage 1 applications are considered at our quarterly Trustees’ meetings.

Stage 2: Those applicants invited to progress to Stage 2 have 12 months from the date of their Stage 1 approval letter in which to submit more detailed information for consideration at one of the quarterly Trustees’ meetings.

Other Grants
The Trustees have the discretion to award grants of more than £150,000 towards Major Capital Projects where a particularly strong case is made to demonstrate the impact on The Trust’s priority outcomes. These grants do not usually exceed £500,000 and are selected on an invitation-only basis.

On occasion, the Trustees choose to provide funds for strategic and or innovative projects of particular significance. These projects are selected by the Trustees on an invitation-only basis and we do not accept unsolicited applications. Examples of these grants include:

  • The London Marathon Community Track in QEIIOP (£3.4 million)
  • The London Marathon Pavilion at Herne Hill Velodrome (£750,000)
  • The London Marathon Athletics Track – Finsbury Park (£508,000)
  • Gunnersbury Park Sports Centre (£500,000)
  • Greenhouse Sports Centre (£500,000)

Click here for more information

Location: London

Value: Various

Deadline: Open

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants