27 August, 2021

 

Bristol City Council has set up the Youth Sector Support Fund to support Bristol-based organisations working with local children and young people, aged 8-19 years. This grants programme will support community-based activities that are preventative and focussed on children and young people who may be at risk of adverse outcomes. This can be preventative and early intervention work that addresses:

•    Risky behaviour – e.g. anti-social, crime and being at risk of criminal exploitation
•    Mental health
•    Low aspirations

19 July, 2018

Bristol City Council has set up the Youth Sector Support Fund (SSF) to support Bristol-based organisations working with local children and young people. The fund, which launches on Monday 23 July, will support projects and collaborations that result in a diverse range of services for children and young people 8-19 years old and a stronger youth and play sector. This fund aims to complement Targeted Youth Services (TYS) contracts by filling gaps in services across the city.

22 September, 2021

 

Organisations can apply for up to £10,000 each in match-funding from the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal to help local charities and groups to counter the financial impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Deadline 22 October 2021.

Eligible Services:

22 September, 2021

 

Persimmon Housing are offering two grants of £1,000 each month for community projects in the Bristol area.

The application is only 250 words - so make every letter count!

Find out more and apply.

22 September, 2021

With more than 50 years’ experience and over 69,000 homes across England, Sanctuary Housing is one of the UK's leading social landlords.

Their fund is open to projects that will make a difference to the lives of Sanctuary residents in communities impacted by Covid-19. 

Eligible groups include:
•    Community and residents’ groups
•    Registered charities
•    Schools
•    Voluntary groups
•    Other groups running initiatives in response to Covid-19

22 September, 2021

 

Alpkit offers small grants (typically £300 - £500) to grass-roots direct action projects that tackle issues such as diversity & inclusion in the outdoors, participation, education, conservation and protection of our natural environment and health & well-being.

In particular they like to support projects that encourage responsible outdoor activity, introduce people to the benefits of getting outdoors, and have longlasting impact.

There's no deadline and applications are reviewed every two months.

22 September, 2021

 

Edge works to inspire the education system to give all young people across the UK the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to flourish in their future life and work.

The Edge Innovation Fund (EIF) offers grants of £20,000 - £100,000 (with at least 20% of total costs matched) and there is no closing date.

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis from the launch date (14th September) and should:

15 September, 2021

We’re offering from £1,000 to £10,000 of National Lottery funding to support communities across the UK to take action on climate change.

Projects should reflect what matters to your community and can be small in scale. They could cover an area like:

food

transport

energy

waste and consumption

the natural environment.

You do not need to be an expert in any of these areas to apply. We’re particularly interested to hear from people starting to think about taking action on climate change in their communities.

15 September, 2021

Local School Nature Grants

Product Catalogue

If successful you will be able to mix and match items from a product catalogue of hundreds of items, up to the value of £500.  The packages offer a wide mix of products to appeal to a broad range of ages, are customisable, enabling Infant, Primary and Secondary schools. All the products are delivered direct to you from our partner suppliers.

Training Catalogue

15 September, 2021

About the SLF

The SLF supports strategic legal work in the UK which benefits asylum seekers, refugees and migrants. We define this as those:

• Who are living in poverty, and
• Who face significant disadvantage or discrimination in connection with their immigration status.

The SLF funds strategic legal work in any area of law where migrant groups experience disadvantage or discrimination as a result of migration status.

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