MSA launches rebranded Development Fund

13
Apr
2017

The MSA Club Development Fund has been rebranded as the MSA Motor Sport Development Fund, with clearer guidance and support for those looking to make applications.

The Fund supports MSA-affiliated clubs and organisations with grant-aid to help grow motorsport and improve the quality of delivery and experiences for new and existing participants.

An application form and accompanying guidance document are available online. Go Motorsport Regional Development Officers (RDOs) will be able to help clubs complete their applications and answer any associated queries.

Suze Endean, MSA Development Manager, said: “The MSA Motor Sport Development Fund has been designed to make it easier and clearer for clubs to be able to apply for funding, and gives clearer guidance on where support can be obtained if required. The requirement for match funding remains.”

All the necessary documents can be found in the Resource Centre of the MSA website under ‘Clubs and Organisers’. To head straight there, please click here.

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