Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, a social change funder, is supporting Playing Out through a three-year grant to grow and scale up street play across the UK.
The Tudor Trust supports positive change in communities and has awarded Playing Out a two-year grant towards core costs.
The Network has supported Playing Out since our earliest days through a number of project grants. In 2019/20 they are supporting us to ensure resident led street play is accessible to all areas of the UK including the most disadvantaged.
The National Lottery’s Community Fund is supporting Playing Out with a project grant over 2 years and 3 months to help grow and scale up the Playing Out model nationally as a way of connecting communities.
Bristol City Council has supported Playing Out in Bristol since the early days in 2010 providing policy support, small project seed funding and – later – bigger health and sustainable transport related funding for our direct work with streets. We’ve had no BCC funding since 2016 but the council is strongly supportive in other ways.
Bristol University carried out an evaluation of the playing out model from 2013-16 and is a partner on the Bristol Child-Friendly City project.
If you’re interested in working with Playing Out, supporting the street play movement and bringing about social change, please do get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.