Players of People's Postcode Lottery continue to support communities across GB


Players of People's Postcode Lottery support women & girls Football, Futsal, Netball & Basketball teams.

Postcode Community Trust was established in 2014 to support marginalised groups in obtaining the skills & resources to effect change in their own communities – awarding £2 million of funding in 2015.

Postcode Community Trust operates its own society lottery and receives all of its funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery.

Community Sports

Our Community Sports programme allows not-for-profit sports groups to apply for set packages of goods, which are then distributed to successful applicants.

Going forward, the programme will only focus on specific themes and categories of sports. More information can be found by visiting the Community Sports page. 

The next round will run during Thursday November 3rd - Thursday November 17th*, allowing new or existing over 50s team sports projects to apply for set packages of kit & equipment.

*Please note that this was initially advertised 20th Oct-3rd Nov, but has been delayed owing to technical difficulties. We apologise for any inconvenience. 

Applicants must fully read the Guidance Notes before registering to complete the Online Application Form - which will only be available during the round opening dates above. 

Community Sports Guidance Notes 

Postcode Community Trust Grants

Please note that the Postcode Community Trust 2016 Grants Programme is now closed to applications for this year.

Applicants who submitted an application in May will receive feedback via email during the month of August. 

For details of our 2017 programme, please keep an eye on the website towards the end of 2016.

Contact Us

Please note we do not require individuals/organisations to contact us in advance of an application to declare an initial expression of interest. 

Whilst we try our best to answer as many queries as possible, during round opening our Trust Helpdesk receives an extremely high volume of calls - around 60% of which could be answered by simply consulting the Guidance Notes notes above. 

If after consulting the Guidance Notes you still have questions, you can contact us by phone on 0131 555 7287 at the following times:

Mon:   10am-12pm and 2-5pm
Wed:   10am-12pm and 2-5pm
Thu:    10am-12pm and 2-5pm

Alternatively you can save time on hold by sending an email to