HASSRA Development Fund
The HASSRA Development Fund (HDF) is here to help you achieve your best in your chosen activity and has funds to help you overcome financial barriers to accessing your activity and making progress.
Members who consider themselves to be disadvantaged or to have a disability can also access funds provided by the CSiS Charity Fund through the HDF.
Things you need to know:
To apply to the HDF you should:
• be a HASSRA member
• be able to show how you currently or could support HASSRA or community activities
• be able to describe your needs and outline the costs you’d like help with
• keep us informed of your progress and achievements so that we can monitor the Fund’s success and promote it to other members.
The HDF can help with a wide range of activities in the following categories:
Sports & Leisure – developing skills in your chosen activity where you can show you have an existing interest and potential to go on and do more. Examples in this category include sports (including coaching and refereeing), arts and crafts.
Volunteering & Community – developing your potential to serve HASSRA or your local community where you can show you have an existing interest and potential to go on and do more. Examples in this category include life skills coaching, youth worker, scout or guide leader, and so on.
Members who consider themselves to be disadvantaged or to have a disability may apply under the above categories for help either to take up a new activity or to realise their potential in an existing activity.
Full details of the categories and all of the criteria under which members can apply are contained in the Development Fund Application Booklet.
To date over 1300 members have applied which demonstrates our commitment to both able-bodied and disabled members throughout the Association and has helped applicants to achieve success at all levels.
For more information about the HDF, please read the attached Development Fund Application Booklet and if you feel this is for you complete the application form, save it and then email it to the address shown on the last page of the booklet.