Student sports club, apply for funding to develop your activities
The Ministry of Education and Culture grants a subsidy for developing club activities which is aimed at increasing the number of children and young people who play sports and developing varied organised sports. Local, registered associations who offer sports can apply for the subsidy. The subsidy is granted to recipients as a discretionary special subsidy.
The application period opens 13.11.2020.
The application deadline is 18.12.2020 at 4:15 pm.
Further information is available on the Ministry’s website (in Finnish and Swedish)
If you have not applied for a subsidy before or you need help with your application, please contact Markku Rantahalvari, email@example.com, tel. +358 44 780 0217.
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