Friday Funding

Friday, November 20, 2020

Friday Funding - our regular round up of funding news for the week - would you like support with bid writing?  Would you like us to run a funder search based on the needs of your group?  email Hive - info@hiveportsmouth.org.uk - with FUNDING SUPPORT as the subject

 

Asda Foundation has created the Feeding Communities Grant scheme.
Grants of up to £1,000 can contribute to meals which cost £4.00 or less for those in need in the run up to Christmas. This includes individuals, families, and meals at children's healthy holiday clubs.
The grants can support the following:
•    Food parcel for a family/individual
•    Christmas Hamper (food only)
•    School Holiday Clubs (food only)
•    Soup kitchen/homeless centre (food only)
•    Christmas meal deliver or collection
•    Local Community Centre providing meal deliveries
Not-for-profit registered charities, registered not-for-profit companies, community interest companies and unincorporated clubs or associations in the UK can apply.
Find out more here  

Catalyst Sector Challenge Programme - Grants of up to £10,000 for organisations working in early years; financial wellbeing; mental health and wellbeing; and sexual abuse and domestic violence for charity or civil society organisations working in that area to come together with a digital partner to explore solutions using digital, data and design. Your charity will receive between £5,000 and £10,000 depending on the budget in your application.
Applications Close: 27th November 2020; Projects Begin: 11th January 2021; Projects End: 26th March 2021
Find out more here  

The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund provides funding to voluntary organisations working in the field of learning disability. The funding is available for projects that aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability.
The Trustees consider learning disability to cover the conditions generally referred to as severe learning difficulties, together with autism. Funding is available for projects concerning children or adults.
Small Grants: from £250 up to £10,000.  General Grants: over £10,000.
Funding is normally considered for capital or revenue costs and for both specific projects and general running and core costs.  Grants are available to voluntary organisations and charities in the UK to assist with the care and relief of those affected by learning disability in the UK.  Closing date 1 December
Find out more here  

 

NHS Community investment scheme - Grants for community and faith/beliefs organisations for projects in England and Wales that positively engage Black, Asian, mixed heritage and minority ethnic communities in organ and blood donation and address misinformation and barriers, share information, and increase support for donation.  The following grants are available:
Up to £10,000 - for organisations looking to deliver a project focusing on blood and/or organ donation.
Between £10,001 and £20,000 – for organisations looking to deliver a project focused on blood donation or a project focused on both blood and organ donation.
Set amount of £20,000 – for organisations that can create grassroots networks to promote organ and blood donation in partnership with NHSBT.
Find out more here  

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Children and Young People Grants Programme
Grants for charities in England and Wales that support disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people (up the age of 25 years) to overcome the barriers they face in order to achieve the best possible start in life.
Large grants start at £10,000 are available to charities with an income exceeding £500,000. The average large grant will range from £20,000 to £60,000.
Small grants of between £1,000 and £15,000 are available to charities with an income of under £500,000.
All grants can be over one, two, or three years.  
Masonic Charitable Foundation – Later Life Inclusion Grants Programme
Large grants starting from £10,000 are available to charities with an annual income exceeding £500,000. The average large grant will range from £20,000 to £60,000.
Small grants of between £1,000 and £15,000 are available to charities with an income of under £500,000.
All grants can be over one, two, or three years.
Charities can only apply for one grant programme at a time.  Deadline 23 December
Find out more here  
 

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