5 February, 2019

 

Funding is available from Bristol City Council's Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 money for local development projects in Bristol, with funds to be allocated by local committees. The amount of money will vary by area, according to how many new developments are being built nearby. 

22 January, 2019

Small grants of up to £200 and large grants of up to £2,000 are available for groups and organisations planning an activity for National Vegetarian Week (13-19 May 2019). Those eligible for grants include not-for-profit organisations (such as Brownies, Scouts, schools and youth clubs), informal groups of friends, parents or students, and student societies for vegetarians or vegans. 

If you are applying for a larger grant, your proposed activity should make a bigger difference to those involved.

 

A Quiet Crisis: Changes in local government spending on disadvantage is a report from Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales. It is about the services which English local authorities provide to support people facing disadvantage.

7 January, 2019

 

Four projects based in Bristol have been awarded funding through the government’s £11.5 million Building Connections loneliness fund.

4 January, 2019

 

BBC Children in Need has opened its main grants programme to non-profits and charities, with grants of over £10,000 available for charities for up to three years. The grants are designed to help disadvantaged children aged under 18, such as those who have experienced illness, neglect, abuse, disability or poverty.

Whilst there is no upper limit to grant value, most grants awarded tend to be below £40,000 per year.

31 December, 2018

 

Neighbourhood projects and communities of interest in the South West can apply for grants from the Active Communities fund, run by People's Health Trust. Grants run from a minimum of £5,000 per year, £7,500 for 18 months and £10,000 for two years, up to a maximum of £50,000 for 18 months or two years (it is unlikely a £50,000 grant would be awarded for one year). 

1 November, 2018
Jenny Wildblook

Blog written by Jenny Wildblood, Development Officer (Funding).

 

 

17 December, 2018

 

Do you work with children in Bristol? Do you think we can improve how we safeguard the children we work with? The Bristol Safeguarding Children Board wants to hear from you about your idea to empower children and families receiving services.

12 December, 2018

 

Big Lottery is working on a jointly funded programme with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) to invest £1.14 million to improve access to training, support and advice.

It is part of a wider government strategy to improve safeguarding practice across the voluntary sector in England.

12 December, 2018

 

Next week is your last chance to submit your response to Bristol City Council's consultation on its budget. The deadline for responses is midnight on Monday 17 of December. We've published our response below in advance of submitting it to give Bristol's VCSE sector the opportunity to comment and contribute.

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