In support of British Orienteering’s Year of the Volunteer, clubs in England can apply to match their own investment in a volunteer project up to £250. For example, a club project that costs £500 can be split with £250 coming from the club and £250 from British Orienteering. Alternatively, the project may cost over £500 but the maximum that can be applied for from British Orienteering is still £250.
Clubs need to complete the application form outlining which category the funding would be used for and how the club intends to develop/ increase the number of volunteers as a result of it. The funding available is on a match funding basis and the club is expected to match or exceed the funding available from British Orienteering.
Below is also a funding process diagram which will help to demonstrate the process involved.
Club funding process:
Club funding application form:
Please send completed application forms to Peter Brooke, firstname.lastname@example.org.
On completion of your project, in order to recieve the remaining balance, the form below will need to be completed and submitted to email@example.com.
Club funding report form: