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Grants from the Bath Half Marathon Fund

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APPLYING FOR A GRANT FROM THE BATH HALF MARATHON FUND

Applications for grants from the 2019 Bath Half Marathon Fund are now open

Smaller local charities and voluntary groups within Bath & North East Somerset can apply now for cash grants of up to £1,000 for sport, active lifestyle or play projects through Quartet Community Foundation – SEE GRANT DETAILS

2019 Bath Half Marathon Fund grant applications will close on 12 August

THE BATH HALF MARATHON FUND

The Bath Half Marathon Fund was established in 2003 to distribute grants to smaller local charities and voluntary groups within Bath and North East Somerset using funds generated from optional donations generously made by runners at point of entry to each year’s race. The simple expedient of adding a box for optional donations on our entry forms has touched runners’ imaginations and generated significant funds for local good causes

Runners’ donations are distributed via the Quartet Community Foundation through grants for sports, active lifestyle and play-based projects targeting disadvantage or rural isolation within the Bath and North East Somerset area

SUMMARY OF 2018 GRANTS AWARDED :

Name of Organisation Sport/Play Amount Awarded
Age UK Bath & North East Somerset New slow-paced walking group for older people in Batheaston £1,000
Carers Centre B&NES 14 activity days for 5-18yr old carers £986
Community Bus Weekly play sessions for babies and pre school children in Twerton £1,360
Mentoring Plus Training freelance drivers and assistants for activity sessions for disadvantaged young people £1,000
Percy Community Centre Warhammer and board games club for young people on the autistic spectrum £1,000
St John’s Foundation Funding for Lifestyle Change Project £19,940
SWALLOW SWALLOW FC’s participation in disability football league £630
Threeways School Landing matts for PE sessions for special needs children £1,360
Total £25,916