As funding from charitable and statutory sources gets harder to access we all need to think about other income sources out there that could help secure our services for the future. As usual, “Fund It” will give you access to up-to-date information from major charitable trusts but this year we’ll also be looking at other options. So come along to find out how other charitable organisations are diversifying their income, get top tips for future income generation and find out how to access new income streams effectively.

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Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 7 November, 2018 -
10:00 to 16:00
10 July, 2018

The Justice and Equality Fund aims to bring an end to the culture of harassment, abuse and impunity by resourcing an expert network of advice, support and advocacy organisations and projects.

Inspired by the phenomenal campaigners of #metoo, TIME’s UP, Ni Nunca Mas, the #lifeinleggings movements and others, a group of UK-based women from the entertainment industry have come together to challenge the culture that permits people in positions of power to sexually harass and abuse others.

10 July, 2018

UnLtd and Scope join forces to tackle the disability employment gap

New partnership and funding opportunity launched, offering further support for social entrepreneurs with bold ideas to transform employment for disabled people.

For further information, please click here

10 July, 2018

The Ironmongers’ Company wishes to support projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential.

Grants are only given to registered charities. Projects must meet all of the following criteria:

10 July, 2018

The Weavers' Company Benevolent Fund was set up in 1973 with funds from The Worshipful Company of Weavers, which is the oldest City of London Livery Company and has a history dating back before 1130 AD.

The Benevolent Fund is the Charity through which the Company directs its main charitable giving and the Charitable Grants Committee apply the income to support work in the following areas of interest.

10 July, 2018

The Lady Neville Charity provides grants that will make a clear and significant contribution to grass-roots charitable organisations working in designated priority areas.

Applications for 2018 funding rounds are now being accepted. If you are a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation, you may be able to apply for a one-off capital grant of up to £1,000.  

10 July, 2018

BlueSpark Foundation is a registered charity which supports the education and development of children and young people by providing grants for educational, cultural, sporting and other projects.

5 July, 2018

The European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme has announced a call for proposals to support young people (age 16-24) not in education, employment or training (NEETs). Summary details are as follows.

Aim: The ambition in the West of England area is to ensure that young people and adults are equipped with the skills, resilience and support they ultimately need to secure and sustain employment.

Applications open: 3/7/18

Deadline: 11/9/18

Funds: £2million, minimum bid £400,000

50% match-funding is required

Duration: up to 3 years

4 July, 2018

Voscur is reminding VCS organisations that provide Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) services that it can support them with partnership and collaboration support.

This follows the launch of a Bristol City Council consultation on commissioning and funding models for IAG services, which include advice on benefits, employment and debt.

28 June, 2018

Voluntary organisations, charities schools and pre-schools can apply for grants of up to £500 from the WHSmith Trust. The WHSmith Trust is an independent registered charity that uses the proceeds of the compulsory carrier bag charges across the UK to offer the grants to support good causes in the local communities where WHSmith operates.

There are two application rounds each year.

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