Funding alert

Monday, May 30, 2022

SSEN Resilient Communities Fund- Central Southern England

Grants of between £1,000- £20,000 are available

Grants are available to community groups based in Central Southern England to support vulnerable community members and projects which improve community participation and effectiveness; and projects which improve community resilience to emergency events.

Deadline for applications is June 1 2022.  You can click here to find more information

 

Arnold Clark Community Fund

Grants of up to £1,000 are available

The fund aims to help UK charities and local community groups continue their important work which may have been at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic. Grants must be used for charitable or community purposes.

Deadline for applications is June 30 2022. You can find more information by clicking here

 

Hall and Woodhouse Community Chest

Grants of between £300- £3,000 are available

Grants are available for voluntary and community organisations based, or working in, the south of England for projects that improve their local area such as youth work, health and social care, arts and culture, conservation and the environment.

Deadline for applications is July 1 2022.  You can click here to find more information

 

Thomas Wall Trust 

Grants of up to £5,000 are available.

The Trust views communication skills as critical capabilities for people who want to improve their employment prospects, self-confidence, resilience, and life chances.

The funding is for registered charities that are working to develop communication skills for people from disadvantaged groups who want to improve their employment prospects.

As an inclusive charity, the Trust welcomes proposals which target people experiencing multiple deprivation or other groups demonstrably facing major hurdles to employment, such as women, people with physical, mental, or learning disabilities, refugees and asylum seekers.

Deadline for applications is September 19 2022.  You can click here to find more information

 

Magic Little Grants

Grants of up to £500 are available

Small local charities and community groups can apply now for small grants to support community projects in Great Britain that address a number of different themes. LocalGiving has launched its annual Magic Little Grants scheme for the fifth year in a row with more money than last year. With support from the six funding trusts from the People’s Postcode Lottery, it is expected that 2,650 charitable organisations will receive a grant of £500 each.

Deadline for applications is October 31 2022.  You can click here to find more information

 

Card Factory Foundation – Community Grant Fund

Grants are typically awarded up to £2,500.

Grants are available to support projects and activities that benefit Card Factory colleagues and communities where Card Factory stores operate. Grants are typically awarded up to £2,500. Not-for-profit organisations and community groups can apply.

There is no deadline. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. You can find more information by clicking here

 

Versus Arthritis- Together Fund

Grants of up to £5000 available 

Grants are available for local community groups and organisations in England (outside London) to support activities that increase the availability of exercise opportunities for people with musculo-skeletal conditions, including arthritis. Applications are welcomed from community groups and local organisations who work with the groups being targeted, even if applicants have never delivered a sport physical activity or exercise project before; together with applications from disability-led organisations and/or culturally diverse community-led organisations.

There is no deadline. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. You can find more information by clicking here.  

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