Together Fund Case Studies

The Together Fund is a continuation of the Tackling Inequalities Fund (TIF) that was set up in April 2020 as part of Sport England’s support package to help the sport and physical activity sector through the coronavirus crisis. The aim of the funding is to tackle the widening inequalities in participation rates in sport and physical activity amongst underrepresented communities (lower-socioeconomic groups, ethnically diverse communities, disabled people and people with long-term health conditions).

In 2022/23 Living Sport distributed funding on a local level with a focus on projects for underrepresented communities that benefit people with a disability or long-term health condition, families and children/young people. Take a look below at some of the projects we have funded.

Fusion Family and Youth Projects

Fusion deliver youth clubs during term time, bespoke wellbeing groups in schools and activities in the holidays.

Active with Parkinson's Cambs

Active with Parkinson's Cambs are a group that support people with Parkinson's disease to be active.

Fen Tigers Goalball Club

Fen Tigers are a goalball club in March. The project allowed the club to run training sessions again after COVID.


Red2Green support people aged 16+ living in Cambridgeshire and nearby, with complex learning disabilities and/or autism.

Little Miracles

Little Miracles Charity provides support for families that have children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions.

Better (GLL)

Better (at Abbey Leisure Complex) offered SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) swimming lesson crash courses.


20Twenty Productions delivered multisport activities to children in Fenland with a focus on supporting children with a SEND classification.

Let's Go Skate

Let’s Go Skate was set-up as a not-for-profit community interest company with aims of providing skateboard lessons for the community.