13 August, 2018

 

The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a registered charity which was established to provide both research and project funding in the area of severe learning difficulties, including autism for both children and adults.

Grants are made to cover capital projects and core costs to include staff costs, general running and office costs at charitable organisations, schools and centres.

Projects funded include:

13 August, 2018

 

vInspired, the Volunteering Charity, has announced that its Cashpoint grants scheme is has announced that its Loud and Proud grants programme is open for applications.  These grants are accepting applications for LGBT+ projects.

13 August, 2018

The Lloyds Bank Foundation for England & Wales has published its new strategy for the next five years. Included in the ‘Reaching Further’ strategy is a pledge to boost its additional support for the charities that it funds. Included is an expansion of its mentoring scheme whereby members of Lloyds Bank plc volunteer their expertise to grant receiving charities. The Foundation mainly funds organisations with an income of less than £1million.

13 August, 2018

 

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) working with Community Safety or other local partnerships are eligible to apply to the Early Intervention Youth Fund for up to £700,000 across two financial years (up to £350,000 in each financial year) with consortia bids (that may attract increased funding) welcomed. The main aim of the fund is to reduce the levels of serious violence and crime.

13 August, 2018

 

Community groups, schools and individuals have until the 1st November to apply for a grant to support music making projects that offer experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds.

To find out more, click here

13 August, 2018

 

The MSE Charity is dedicated to supporting UK voluntary groups delivering financial life skills which make a lasting impact on the way people think, behave and manage their money.  Grants of up to £5,000 are likely to be available for projects that aim to make people in ‘Life Changing Transitions’ become more financially capable.  Grants will be offered to build financial capability by assisting groups who support:

13 August, 2018

 

The next closing date for applications to the Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation is midnight on the 14th September  2018. Grants of between £5,000 and £15,000 are available to registered charities in the UK for projects that contribute to the development of a just society based on a commitment to nonviolence and environmental sustainability.  Grants can be for up to three years. 

13 August, 2018

 

Schools and local community groups can apply for funding of up to £2,000 for projects that improve the local physical environment and also benefit the wider community.    

The type of activities that could be funded include:

13 August, 2018

In the Now’s the Time programme Rosa will award up to £1 million through a Challenge Fund which asks: “What would you do toward ending sexual harassment?”

The work they want to fund includes prevention work (including education and other initiatives), grass-roots activism, work with groups and communities who might face additional barriers to getting their voices heard, or might be at higher risk of sexual harassment and abuse, to amplify those voices, new and tried-and-tested ideas and innovative uses of tech/arts/sports/etc

1 August, 2018

The Work and Health Unit (WHU), which is jointly managed by the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department of Health and Social Care, is using a £4.2m Challenge Fund to test new approaches that can help people experiencing mental health and/or musculoskeletal (MSK) issues stay in work.

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