1 September, 2022

In response to the cost of living crisis in the UK, Sense, the national disability charity, has launched a fund to provide financial support to people with complex disabilities who live in the family home and are on low incomes. The Sense Cost of Living Support Fund will award grants of £500. All applications must be completed on the individual’s behalf by a social care professional nominated by Sense. This can be a support worker, service manager or a social care worker. There are no restriction on how the money can be spent.

30 August, 2022

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to Christian churches and registered Christian charities offering activities and services to welcome and support refugees arriving in England from Ukraine and Afghanistan. This could include services and activities such as supplying accommodation, clothing, food, mobile phones, and baby care items; befriending support; English language classes; baby and toddler groups; welcome parties; drop-in sessions; and expenses for volunteers or facilities.

2 August, 2022

Grants of up to £20,000 are available to support not-for-profit organisations seeking to help people struggling to pay for heating bills and suffering from a cold home.

8 August, 2022

TIS (Translation and Interpreting Service) provide language services for the council and external organisations, spanning all sectors in Bristol and neighbouring areas.Due to high demand and rare languages, TIS cannot always meet service demand and are looking to commission a provider to support the in-house team.

The deadline for applications is August 26th.

More information can be found here.

2 August, 2022

A £368m fund, launched by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), has opened for applications.

2 August, 2022

Power to Change, which is a charitable trust that supports Community business in England, has re-opened its Powering Up Programme. The programme provides community businesses with tailored support worth up to £20,000 to help them develop their digital skills or environmental sustainability. The support will consist of technical and business support, professional development and wellbeing support and a £8,000 unrestricted grant.

2 August, 2022

Grants of up to £5,000 are available for projects that help to prevent and tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in the Avon and Somerset police force area. Charities, community groups, CICs, faith organisations, community sports clubs, and other not-for-profit organisations can apply for funding for projects that reduce crime and target people who are at higher risk of being victims or perpetrators of crime and antisocial behaviour.

2 August, 2022

The Community Boost grants programme is a one-off funding opportunity being offered by Healthier Together. The grants are intended to support local communities to set up their own activities or projects that will benefit people experiencing or at risk of poor health – whether that is due to long-term health conditions, significant life events, marginalisation or discrimination, stress, lack of financial security, or being unable to access opportunities for exercise or healthy meals.

25 July, 2022

Not-for-profit organisations led by and for under-represented groups within the LGBT+ community in England can apply for a share of £465,000 in funding to help them stay well resourced, sustainable and resilient. The LGBT+ Futures: Equity Fund will award grants of up to £25,000 to intersectional organisations for projects that prioritise: D/deaf and/or Disabled LGBT+ People; LBT+ Women; LGBT+ People from Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicities and LGBT+ People of Colour; Older LGBT+ People; and Trans and Non-Binary People.

20 July, 2022

Small registered charities can apply for grants of up to £15,000 for projects working with young offenders; prisoners and ex-prisoners as well as young disadvantaged people at risk of criminal involvement. To be eligible for funding, local organisations such as those working in a village, estate or small town should normally have an income of less than £100,000. Those working across the UK or in larger cities should normally have an income of not more than £250,000. Grants are usually given for one year.


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