Masonic Charitable Foundation logo
18 October, 2018

 

The Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest charitable funders in Britain, offering small grants and major grants depending on a charities annual income level. They only fund Registered Charities.

Their current target areas are:

  • Creating the best start in life for disadvantaged children and young people
  • Reducing isolation in later life
  • Medical research into degenerative disease
  • Care services in the hospice sector

To find out more, click here.

Crash Charity construction logo red square
15 October, 2018

 

CRASH assists homelessness charities and hospices with their construction projects. They offer help in a practical way as well as providing cash grants. 

CRASH will prioritise applications that look for assistance as well as cash grants. They match successful charities with appropriate individuals and businesses to help deliver your scheme to get the best results and value for money.

To find out more, click here

Wooden Spoon rugby charity logo
15 October, 2018

 

Schools and not for profit organisations have the opportunity to apply for funding for equipment that help mentally and physical disadvantaged children. Funding is available for buildings and extensions; equipment & activity aids; sensory rooms and gardens; playgrounds and sports areas; transport and soft playrooms. The funding is being made available through the Wooden Spoon Society's Capital Grants programme.

British Council logo
11 October, 2018

The DICE Fund will award £2 million in grants to support the growth of creative and social enterprise in Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa and the UK.  This is part of the wider DICE programme which was set up to tackle entrenched issues of unemployment and unequal economic growth in these six countries. 

4 October, 2018

The Tampon Tax Community Fund is being delivered locally across the UK through a partnership between the UK Community Foundations and its local community foundation members.

The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to local projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls across the UK.

HMRC logo
3 October, 2018

Voluntary and community sector organisations are being invited to apply for grants of between £50,000 and £450,000 to help them provide advice and support to customers who need extra help understanding and complying with their tax obligations and claiming their entitlements; including those that are digitally excluded. The funding is being made available through HM Revenue and Customs. A total of £1.6 million is available to support projects in 2019 to 2020. The deadline for receipt of completed applications is the 2nd November 2018. 

 

British and Foreign School Society
3 October, 2018

Schools and other training and educational institutions have until the 2nd January 2019 to apply for funding and non- financial support to pilot new and innovative approaches to improving the educational attainment of looked after children and young carers so that they are able to take advantage of opportunities afforded by tertiary education and employment. The funding which is being made available through the British and Foreign School Society is looking to support projects which can be scaled up.

Grow Wild logo
3 October, 2018

Young people aged 14 – 25 can apply for grants of up to £500 to fund creative projects that will raise awareness about the importance of UK native wildflowers and fungi. The aim is to reach and inspire other people in schools, youth groups or within their community. Applicants can use visual art, music, poetry, dance, or theatre; etc as part of their creative project. Each applicant must identify a Supporting Organisation to work with them on their project. The next deadline for applications is the 30th November 2018. 

 

Blue Spark Foundation logo
3 October, 2018

Schools, colleges and community groups in England can apply for grants to support the education and development of children and young people through educational, cultural, sporting and other projects. Of particular interests are projects which will help enhance the self-confidence, team working skills and future employability of children and young people. In most cases grants will be made on a relatively small scale. Many grants will be under £2,000, most will be under £5,000 and only in a few cases will grants exceed £10,000.

Aviva Community Fund
20 September, 2018

Community organisations have until 9 October 2018 to apply for the Aviva Community Fund. Causes of all sizes will be considered for grants of £1,000 - £25,000.

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