Ackworth Jaguars Junior Section from Wakefield awarded £1,256.24 that will attract new players to the sport.
Batley Young Peoples Club from Kirklees awarded £7,234.50 that will create new teams.
Boothtown Terriers ARLFC from Calderdale awarded £5,000 to improve their facilities.
Chapeltown Cougars from Leeds awarded £28,165 that will create a social space and changing areas.
Churchill Community College from North Tyneside awarded £2,447.39 towards kit and equipment to expand rugby league activity in the school for boys and girls aged 11-15 years of age.
Cockburn School from Leeds awarded £3,829.38 to create new teams.
Cottingham Tigers Rugby League Club from East Riding of Yorkshire awarded £16,483.20 to create a welcoming environment.
Cougarmania Foundation from Bradford awarded £3,303.84 to encourage participation from new communities.
Emley Moor ARLFC from Kirklees awarded £9,000 to furnish new facility.
Garforth Tigers ARLFC from Leeds awarded £10,216.80 to improve the quality of the changing rooms.
Gateshead Storm CRLC from Gateshead awarded £2,615.89 to create new teams.
Guiseley Rangers ARLFC from Leeds awarded £25,500 that will improve the existing club facilities.
Hexham Hawks RLFC from Northumberland awarded £3,738.35 to support the creation of a brand-new community club with kit and equipment based out of Hexham Middle School.
Hunslet Green Community Sports Club from Leeds awarded £19,094 to create additional changing and catering facilities.
Illingworth ARLFC from Calderdale awarded £30,000 to create 2 new changing rooms.
Methley Warriors ARLFC from Leeds awarded £7,040.28 to improve the existing facilities that will encourage new players.
Newcastle Magpies RLFC, a brand new rugby league club in the area, awarded £6,448.32 towards kit and equipment to support the creation of a new club and new teams.
Newcastle Rugby Foundation awarded £12,936.54 to create and develop a new wheelchair rugby league team in Newcastle under the banner of Newcastle Thunder.
Ponteland High School from Northumberland awarded £900 towards equipment to introduce rugby league into their extra-curricular activity to increase exposure and awareness of the sport.
Rugby League Cares from Leeds awarded £4,795.47 to deliver programmes that support wellbeing of players.
Scarborough Pirates from Scarborough awarded £2,769.93 to create new teams.
St Johns School and Sixth Form from Durham awarded £1,580.79 to encourage participation.
The Hunslet Club Parkside from Leeds awarded £19,940 to improve the existing facilities to make them more welcoming.
Trinity Academy Leeds from Leeds awarded £4,227.38 that will engage new players.
West Leeds ARLFC from Leeds awarded £50,000 to create a social space for wider community use.
Yarm Wolves ARLFC from Stockton-on-Tees awarded £1,936.63 towards kit and equipment to help deliver rugby league activity within schools in the Tees Valley area and encourage young people to join the club and create new teams.