As you will have seen in recent weeks UKCA have shared information about 2017’s Aviva Community Fund.
The initiative offers local projects of all sizes the chance to win funding from £1,000 up to £25,000 which could be enough money to change lives for the better within their community.
The fund fall’s into various categories:
• Health & Well Being (including physical activity in a community setting!)
• Skills for life
• Inclusivity and Community
Applications fall into four levels:
• Up to £1K
• Up to £5K
• Up to £10K
• Up to £25K
Northern Vipers, a familiar name to many in the UKCA Cheerleading community recently submitted their application for funding and are now, fantastically, through to the public vote which is active between 24th October-21st November 2017.
Vipers have submitted a joint project, along with a local gymnastics team. They are hoping to get funding for a full floor, a tumble track and a trampoline rig to help them develop and improve their routine spacing on bigger competition floors, increase tumble skills and safely practicing Level 6 basket skills.
To vote for Northern Vipers and take them a step closer to their goal in the 2017 Aviva Community Fund, visit: The Aviva Community Fund before the 21st November deadline.
Good luck to Northern Vipers Cheerleading and Grindon Gymnastics Club from all at UKCA.