Two grants are available for the different stages of a Community-led Buildings project.
Pre-feasibility Grant: When you have identified a possible community-led building project and are assessing the way forward – looking at costs, how you will manage the project, legal concerns and more.
The Community Shares Booster Programme is a funding scheme to support community share offers. It will invest equity up to £100,000 to match community shares in societies that can demonstrate higher than average levels of community impact, innovation and engagement.
The programme will also provide development grants of up to £10,000 to help societies get investment ready and meet standards of good practice. Match funding will be in the form of equity held on equal terms with other community shareholders.
If you’re planning an activity or event for National Vegetarian Week 2018, you may be able to help fund it with a grant.
Added to your enthusiasm, time, creativity and energy, a grant could make all the difference. Grant applications should be for activities which promote a vegetarian diet to the wider community.
Following on from the success of our grants programme in 2016, we awarded even more grants in 2017 – 102 in total! There were a great mixture of large and small grants, organised by various individuals and organisations across the UK.
To deliver on citizens’ high hopes during tough times, working more effectively with local voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (VCSE) is a smart place to start. Voscur’s submission to Bristol City Council’s corporate strategy and budget consultation therefore sets out a number of ways the VCSE sector is able to play a full and meaningful role in shaping the future of our city and its citizens.
Help The Homeless's main funding remit is the regular allocation of grants (generally up to £5,000) for capital costs to small and medium-sized registered charities only (those with a turnover of under £1m per annum).
All applications must relate to projects that assist individuals in their return to mainstream society, rather than simply offer shelter or other forms of sustenance.
Bristol City Council (BCC) has published ‘Tough Times, High Hopes’ – its Corporate Strategy and budget consultation for 2018 – 19. In it, BCC is proposing savings to address its £108m budget gap for the next 5 years, and it is asking Bristolians to give their feedback.
The Law Society Charity supports organisations whose work is related to the law and the legal profession, and whose activities would be likely to benefit from funds made available on behalf of solicitors.
Projects will be considered for support if they help meet the charity's aims and objectives criteria.
Who does the charity help?
We only support projects that promote:
Access to justice
Please note that we are not able to give grants to –