16 April, 2019

 

Not-for-profit organisations can apply for grants to fund developmental music-making projects for children and young people in challenging circumstances as well as for projects that support the development of the workforce, organisations and the wider music making sector.

Funding is being made available through Youth Music. The programme includes three separate funds:

11 April, 2019

 

Grants are available from the Inspire Fund for projects that engage the public in dementia awareness, research and challenging misconceptions about dementia. Three tiers of funding are on offer: bronze (up to £5,000), silver (up to £15,000) and gold (up to £30,000). Silver and gold tiered grants require more evidence from organisations. 

Projects can be imaginative and varied, such as:

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9 April, 2019

 

Allen Lane Foundation is particularly concerned about divisions in communities that occurred around the 2016 Referendum and subsequently. The Social Cohesion programme will look to support grassroots organisations at a very local level where there are issues which identify marginalised groups of people (especially those from within the Foundation’s priorities, but not exclusively) who are excluded. Project applications should seek to propose ways to make communities more inclusive for the betterment of all.

27 March, 2019

 

Masonic Charitable Foundation will now offer up to £5,000 for three years to smaller (£500,000 annual income or less) charities that need core support. To find out more, click here

27 March, 2019

 

The Stephen Lloyd Awards welcome applications from charities, social enterprises, non-profits and organisations with innovative problem-solving ideas for a charitable project. Up to £20,000 will be awarded to winning applicants; preference will be given to new and emerging groups, rather than large organisations. 

Your idea should involve solving a problem systematically, and the money must only be designed for charitable purposes. Examples include:

11 March, 2019

 

Monthly grants are made to support the conservation of wildlife and the environment by the HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust. The Trust makes grants of between £250 and £1,000 (sometimes up to £5,000) to general, environmental and wildlife charities, so long as they are registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales or they are exempt or excepted charities (within the meaning of the Charities Act 2011).

11 March, 2019

Registered charities whose activities support and encourage the family to work as a cohesive unit in tackling problems that face one or more of its members can apply for grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 (but trustees will consider requests for higher amounts) through the Kelly Family Charitable Trust.

11 March, 2019

 

The Cornerstone Grant Programme supports the conservation and sustainable use of church buildings, focusing on larger and more complex projects.

Grants are offered towards the cost of urgent structural repair projects costed at more than £100,000 including VAT. The National Churches Trust will also consider projects that introduce kitchens and accessible toilets to enable increased community use, costed at more than £30,000 including VAT.

11 March, 2019

 

Not for profit organisations such as schools; registered charities; voluntary organisations; churches; and community interest groups; etc. can apply for grants of up to £10,000 per year for up to 3 years for projects that help children and young people overcome the effects of illness, distress, abuse or neglect; disability; behavioural or psychological difficulties; and poverty and deprivation.

 

The closing date for applications is 11.59 pm on the 27th May 2019.

 

11 March, 2019

 

Schools, youth groups, not for profit organisations and charities have until the 30th April 2019 to apply for grants of £500 to £2,500 to support recreational trips or holidays within the UK between the 1st May and 30th June 2019 for groups of children experiencing disadvantage or who have disabilities. Children need to be aged 13 or under to qualify.

 

Priority will be given to applications from the 20% most deprived areas in the UK. 

 

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