The Club relies on three main sources of funding: membership fee, grants and fundraising.
Each year we need to raise around £40,000 to run the Club. Whilst our members do pay a membership fee we aim to keep this as low as possible hence why fundraising is so important. For many of our children our classes are the only sporting opportunities they are able to participate in due to their particular needs.
We have always been generously supported, not only by parents, friends and family members, as well as our own volunteers, but also by so many community groups and organisations – schools, other sports clubs, universities, colleges and businesses. This has enabled us to continue to offer our unique specialised club. We face strong competition from other local and national charities all doing great work as we apply for larger sums to ensure the long term viability of the Club. This means that we need to continuously fundraise by organising events as well as applying to various charitable organisations.
Join our supporters club to be in with a chance of winning a monthly cash prize for only £4 a month!
That’s only 13p per day to help raise essential funds for our specialist coaches and equipment.
Wycombe Lotto offers a way to fundraise for Horizon but also be in with a chance of winning for yourself. Click here to find out more.
Make a donation or fund raise for us using Virgin Money Giving
Amazon smile are donating money to charities based on spending. If you use amazon your spend can mean money for Horizon Sports Club. You will need to log on to smile.amazon.co.uk . When logged on you will need to add Horizon Sports Club as the charity, it will then find our registration and you can just go ahead and order.
Make a donation! Send a cheque to the address on our Contact Us page, payable to Horizon Sports Club.
COVID 19 - update
CLASSES CANCELLED FROM 16th MARCH
Given the current government advice the Club is unlikely to be able to re-open before September 2020. The trustees are monitoring the situation and will provide an update as soon as possible. (26th May 2020)
For further information please contact Kirsty Middleton, Horizon Sports Club Operations Manager.