Anchor funds social inclusion work by Christian Charities, 31 Jan

Anchor funds social inclusion work by Christian Charities, deadline 31 Jan 2018 24 August 2017 The Anchor Foundation provides grants of between £500 and £10,000 per year to Christian Charities that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts. Funding can be awarded for up to three years. The Foundation will consider applications for either capital or revenue funding. Only in exceptional circumstances will grants be given for building work. Previously funded projects include:  

Paul Hamlyn Foundation shares review of its UK grant-making

Paul Hamlyn Foundation shares review of its UK grant-making 24 August 2017 Almost a quarter of applicants are successfully applying to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation - we like those odds! This report might help you to improve your chances even further. PHF has a particular interest in supporting young people and a strong belief in the importance of the arts. PHF has six priorities for its work in the UK:    Supporting imaginative people to nurture exciting ideas Widening access and participation in the arts Improving people's education and learning through the arts

Aviva Community Fund opens for applications on 12 September 2017

Aviva Community Fund opens for applications on 12 September 2017 17 August 2017   The Aviva Community Fund opens for applications for the 2017 round on 12 September 2017. This funding competition will fund over 800 projects across the UK, with prizes ranging from £25,000 to under £1,000. There are 6 categories under which grants can be awarded:   Health, disability and well-being Supporting the younger generation Supporting the older generation Sport in the community Environment Community support   What makes a good entry? Your project is right for the Aviva Community Fund if:

Big Lottery Fund - Awards For All: NEW GUIDANCE

Big Lottery Fund - Awards For All: NEW GUIDANCE 17 August 2017   The Big Lottery Fund's Awards for All programme has recently revised its application form and guidance. There are several significant changes - but the one that will make a difference to most organisations is that Awards for All applications can now include costs for salaried staff. Focus on outcomes Another big change is to the outcomes that they expect your project to achieve - you now have to demonstrate that your project will achieve at least one of the following:  

WH Smith Community Grant, next deadline 30 September 2017

WH Smith Community Grant, next deadline 30 September 2017 17 August 2017   The WH Smith Trust uses the proceeds of the compulsory carrier bag charges across the UK to offer grants of up to £500 to support good causes in the local communities where WH Smith operates and also to promote literacy and a love of reading. Application rounds There are two annual application rounds - 1st October to 31st March, and 1st April to 30th September - and at the end of each six month period grant applications will be reviewed and grants issued. How to apply

Community Business Trade Up Programme, deadline 11 October 2017

Community Business Trade Up Programme, deadline 11 October 2017 17 August 2017 Run by School for Social Entrepreneurs in partnership with Power to Change, the programme helps the leaders of community businesses and community-focused social enterprises in England, by offering: A fully-funded learning programme: 12 days spread over six months (January to July 2018 with York being the nearest venue for organisations in Y&H region) A grant of up to £10,000 A community of people running similar organisations.

Curiosity Fund (Wellcome/Comic Relief), CYP science-based projects

Curiosity Fund, C&YP's science-based projects, deadline 22 September 2017 8 August 2017 The Wellcome Trust have partnered with Comic Relief to create the Curiosity Fund. The fund will use the power of exciting and engaging science activities to create change for children and young people experiencing disadvantage in the UK. The scheme is offering grants of up to £10,000 to youth organisations for projects lasting up to nine months. Curiosity grants will allow organisations to develop new informal science learning activities to support young people's personal and social development.

Jane Tomlinson Appeal, children or cancer-related grants £250-£10k

Jane Tomlinson Appeal, children or cancer-related grants £250-£10k, deadline 4 September 2017 8 August 2017 Grants are available to voluntary organisations that are registered charities based or operating in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Lancashire or Nottinghamshire for projects that focus on children's or cancer related activities, services or operations. Grants range from £250 to £10,000. The funding will normally be considered for capital and revenue costs for both specific projects and for general running/core costs How the funding could be used (examples only):

Greggs Foundation, next deadline 29 September 2017

Greggs Foundation, next deadline 29 September 2017 04 August 2017 Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations based in local communities in England, Scotland and Wales to deliver projects or provide equipment to people in need at the heart of their local communities. Maximum value: £2,000.   Priority will be given to organisations that have Greggs shops or premises nearby. What will they fund?

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