Gadget Drive for Schools

Gadget Drive 26 July 2017 Gadget Drive collects items from the school, tests them and pays for them. The service is free. The school gets the full value of donated items. Donated items can include computers, laptops, mobilephones, digital cameras and game consoles.

Give As You Live: recurring free funding from online spending

Give As You Live: recurring free funding from online spending 28 September 2017 Give as you Live is an award-winning fundraising platform that works with over 4,000+ leading online retailers so a percentage of every purchase is donated to charity, without costing the charity or the shopper a penny extra. Your supporters sign up to Give as you Live to support your charity, then each time they shop online at supported retailers a commission is paid to Give as you Live by the retailer, which they share with you. Who are Give as you Live?

Skills for Work apprenticeship funding to end Dec/while funds last

Skills for Work apprenticeship funding (while funds last) 18 September 2017 Skills for Work is part of Bradford Council and is a training provider that delivers apprenticeship programmes and assists employers with apprenticeship recruitment. You may be aware that the way apprenticeships are funded has recently changed and availability of funded courses is due to change from 01/01/2018. Skills for Work currently still has funding and this will be available on a 'first come first served' basis until the end of December 2017.

Sport England - Community Asset Fund, no deadlines

Sport England - Community Asset Fund, no deadlines 6 February 2017 Sport England's new Community Asset Fund is open for applications. The funder's aims are to: Improve and protect existing sports facilities that support the needs of local communities. Invest in new and different places that meet the needs of local communities, which include Sport England's target audiences. Ensure capital investment reaches organisations that have not been funded by Sport England before. Create a more resilient, sustainable, less grant dependent sport sector.

Sport England - Small grants, no deadlines

Sport England - Small grants, no deadlines 3 May 2017 Sport England's small grants programme offers grants of £300 to £10,000 to get more people in England engaged in sport. Projects also need to meet one or more of the "Towards an Active Nation" strategy aims: Get inactive people to become more active Develop more resilient sporting habits Lead to more positive attitudes among young people Develop more diverse volunteers Improve progression and inclusion in talent development What can be funded?

Protect your charity from fraud - advice from Charity Commission

Protect your charity from fraud - advice from Charity Commission 15 November 2017 The Charity Commission has updated guidance on preventing fraud. This includes several e-learning videos that trustees, staff and volunteers may find useful.  It can be easy to think that fraud is only an issue that happens at large national organisations but it is a significant potential issue for any group. Take a look at some examples of fraud news stories in Bradford district. Details from the Charity Commission:

CityConnect Community Grants, deadline 31 December 2017

CityConnect Community Grants, deadline 31 December 2017 1 December 2017 Are you part of a community club or another type of not-for-profit organisation? Are you good at inspiring people within your community to try new things? Can you see the benefits of having more people across West Yorkshire getting out of their cars and walking and cycling instead? Can you see how cycling and walking could help unemployed people access more training and employment opportunities?

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 29 December 2017

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 29 December 2017 14 November 2017 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.

Grow Wild community project grants, deadline 15 January 2018

Grow Wild community project grants, deadline 15 January 2018 15 November 2017 Have you got an exciting idea for a project that brings people together through activities that help connect their community and celebrate UK native wild flowers, plants and/or fungi? Grow Wild's community project grants programme is now open for applications. What can be funded? Grow Wild is awarding funding of £2,000 or £4,000 to groups and projects that: Stand out from the crowd: listen to your beneficiaries - be creative together, try something new that reaches new audiences.

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

Pages

Subscribe to DIVA Bradford RSS