A selection of projects we fund
Girls Active is a national campaign that aims to get more girls active by working with schools to tackle the negative stigma around Physical Education
The Royal Opera House
The glorious home to The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet has been transformed into a 21st-century venue with the support of National Lottery funding
University of Nottingham Wheelchair Basketball
University of Nottingham Wheelchair Basketball club helps wheelchair users to be able to enjoy as many aspects of university as possible in an inclusive environment is paramount to those less physically able
This dance school in Leicestershire has spent more than 25 years educating young people in the artistic heritage of South Asia and bringing joy to diverse audiences
The iconic home of brewing in Leeds has been transformed into a spectacular centre for contemporary art that champions new talent
This support group in Suffolk is letting abuse survivors know they are not alone, while giving members the chance to make new, happy memories together
National Football Museum
The world’s biggest football museum pays homage to the stories of the beautiful game.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project is one of Britain’s top visitor attractions. Visitors can take a journey through tropical and Mediterranean environments within huge domes containing plants from across the globe.
The Ecology Centre
The Ecology Centre in Fife offers environmental education, volunteering and training opportunities to people of all ages and abilities.
The Science Museum
The UK’s home of human ingenuity, attracting more than three million visitors a year, has evolved over the last 25 years with the support of substantial National Lottery support
Scotland’s first design museum has capped Dundee’s growing global reputation for artistic innovation and excellence, as well as increasing appeal to tourists from all over the world.
The Angel of the North
This iconic 20m tall sculpture by Antony Gormley has welcomed visitors to the north east for more than 20 years and become one of Britain’s most famous public artworks