Electrical Fire Safety Fund, deadline 28 February 2018

Electrical Fire Safety Fund, deadline 28 February 2018 30 January 2018 "The Electrical Fire Safety Fund supports the delivery of project-based fire prevention initiatives in local communities. These aim to effectively tackle the causes of electrical fires by increasing the public's awareness of electrical safety and promoting appropriate behaviour changes that will lead to the safe use of electrical appliances and installations.

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 2 March 2018

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 2 March 2018 30 January 2018 Grants of up to £350 are available from Shipley Area Committee for community projects that benefit residents of Shipley Constituency. Applications are particularly welcome from new projects, innovative schemes and from previously unfunded groups. Ongoing costs such as venue hire and staffing will only be funded through a start-up grant for new organisations. Grants will not normally be provided for ICT-related equipment or websites. Applications are welcome from groups where other funding/fundraising has been secured.

Parents in the Lead, activities for parents/u4's, closes 28 Feb

Parents in the Lead - activities for parents and under 4's 2 February 2018 The next deadline for applications for funding from 'Parents in the Lead' activities fund is Wednesday 28th February 2018. Who's it for?  Smaller parent/grandparent and community-led organisations in the Better Start Bradford area can apply. Funded projects will benefit families expecting babies and/or children under four and their parents. How much funding is available?  You can apply once a year for a maximum of £2,000. The usual amount the activities fund will give is £500. What type of activities will be funded? 

Food Waste Reduction Fund, deadline 30 March 2018

Food Waste Reduction Fund, deadline 30 March 2018 5 February 2018 WRAP is accepting expressions of interest for a new Food Waste Reduction Fund. A total of £500,000 is available to allocate in grants of £20,000 to £75,000. Funding is provided by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). The fund aims to help avoid surplus food produced by food businesses from becoming waste by enabling not-for-profit organisations across England to redistribute more of this food to people in need.

What you need to know about the Fundraising Regulator

What you need to know about the Fundraising Regulator A guide for smaller charities 5 February 2018 Does your charity spend less than £100,000 each year on fundraising? Please read the following points as they apply to your organisation: What you need to know The Fundraising Regulator regulates all fundraising by or on behalf of charitable organisations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Charitable organisations of any size are covered by its remit regardless of income. Organisations can register with the Fundraising Regulator - this is optional and costs £50.

Changes in progress at Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

Changes in progress at Trusthouse Charitable Foundation 5 February 2018 Trusthouse Charitable Foundation is in the process of making changes to how groups can apply for a grant: New applications for grants under the "small", "standard" and "large" and "village hall/ community centre" programmes will now be made online. Hospice grant applications remain paper-based. However the Foundation will only accept unsolicited applications for hospice grants up to 31 March 2018.

The Women’s Vote Centenary Grant Scheme

The Women's Vote Centenary Grant Scheme 6 February 2018 "The Women's Vote Centenary grant scheme is a £1.5 million government fund that will support local and community groups across England in celebrating the centenary of women gaining the right to vote." Grants are open to organisations and activity in England only. Small grants Approximately 150 small grants of £300 to £2,000 are available for grassroots projects to run small-scale events and activities to celebrate the centenary of women gaining the vote. There are two bidding rounds remaining in 2018.

Funding and finance events and training, February to June 2018

Funding and finance events and training, February to June 2018 Upcoming events: Fundraising Finding Funding 17 April 2018. 10am to 1pm at Central Hall, Keighley - Half-day course fees (from £25). Measuring Success and Impact  14 June 2018. 10am to 1pm at Manningham Mills, Bradford - Half-day course fees (from £40). Bid Writing Skills 28 June 2018. 10am to 4pm at Manningham Mills, Bradford - Full-day course fees (from £70). Managing funding Good Financial Procedures 24 April 2018, 10am to 1pm at Manningham Mills, Bradford. Half-day course fees (from £40). Full Cost Recovery

Bradford Council Youth Work Grants, deadline 5 March 2018 (4pm)

Bradford Council Youth Work Grants, deadline 5 March 2018 (4pm) 7 February 2018 Applications are open for youth work grants from Bradford Council for sessional youth work. Projects should work with young people aged 13 to 19 (up to 25 with disability). This funding is ring fenced for provision that is provided by voluntary, community or faith groups that is additional sessional work to that already provided by the local authority. Applications should outline in the application how their proposed work will contribute to the district's "Youth Offer".

Handouts from Wellsprings Together Holiday Food event 8 Feb 2018

Handouts from Wellsprings Together Holiday Food event 8 February 2018 Looking for funding? Step 1 - Get ready for funding checklist Step 2 - Plan your project (pages 5 and 6 of this fundraising strategy workbook) Step 3 - Search for funding and Make the most of the bfunded website. Example saved searches You search for funding as many times as you like - it's free. In the image below there are 10 example searches that have been saved using the search criteria to name them for future reference.

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