The Extra Time Project receives Government funding

We are pleased to announce that our amazing Extra Time Project has received government funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund. Thanks to @TNLCommunityFund and @dcmsgovuk for supporting our project.


We would also like to thank our new Sponsors, Challenge Social.

Challenge Social are an exciting new App that lets you create and discover fun challenges to compete against your family friends and even the professionals. Whether its weekly Wednesday football with your mates or a regular family quiz night, with Challenge Social you can save your scores, keep track on leaderboards and add media to capture those all important memories.

Challenge Social are supporting the Extra Time Project though an ongoing partnership. We are excited about the opportunities working with such an influential brand are bringing the children on our project.

Our young people are completing individual and group challenges which will stretch themselves and build their confidence. Challenge Social are also supporting The Extra Time Project with their brand Ambassadors visiting the project to deliver inspirational talks to the children.

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The Extra Time Project receives Government funding

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