CLUBS at Steps 3 and 4 have until the end of the month to apply for the second round of this season’s funding from the Trident Community Fund.
So far, 27 Isthmian, Northern Premier and Southern League clubs have received just under £100,000 on grants towards community projects ranging from food banks to programmes to assist those with mental health problems.
Established this season by Entain, sponsors of the Trident Leagues under the Pitching In banner, the fund is allocated quarterly with applications vetted by the individual league’s officials before being put forward to the Trident Community Fund for final approval.
The fund is administered jointly by the leagues, with The NLP’s editor-in-chief David Emery acting as independent chairman.
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