Northern Gas Community Partnering Fund deadline 16 October 2018

Northern Gas Community Partnering Fund deadline 16 October 2018 10 September 2018 Grants of £1,000 to £10,000 are available from the Community Partnering Fund. Bradford district is an eligible area for this fund.  Voluntary and community organisations can apply for projects that help to achieve "innovative approaches to delivering sustainable initiatives that help broaden Northern Gas Networks and Northern Powergrid's reach and educate and support communities and individuals on the following objectives:

Gannett Foundation grants Bradford District, deadline 8 Oct 2018

Gannett Foundation grants for Bradford District, deadline 8 October 2018 (5pm) 11 September 2018 An opportunity for registered charities in Bradford district to apply for up to £10,000 from the Gannett Foundation. The foundation opens annually for applications and is the charitable arm of Gannett Co, Inc., owner of Newsquest Media Group which includes the T&A, Keighley News, and Ilkley Gazette. What can be funded?

Interest-free loans from Co-op Foundation for community spaces

Interest-free loans from Co-op Foundation for community spaces 12 September 2018 The Co-op Foundation is offering interest-free loans of up to £50,000 towards viable business ideas that will improve community spaces and benefit the whole community - particularly those facing greater challenges. Loans are repayable but can be interest-free for up to five years. There are no repayments for the first year, while your trading activities are developing.

Tampon Tax community fund small grants, deadline 5 November 2018

Tampon Tax community fund small grants, deadline 5 November 2018 17 September 2018 The Tampon Tax community fund is offering grants of £5,000 to £10,000 to support projects working with women and girls. Projects can be funded for up to 12 months. Bradford district is an area eligible for funding. Applicants must demonstrate how they meet one or more of the following objectives: Building skills and confidence, for example, supporting women and girls to learn new skills, giving them the ability to apply for new jobs and/or return to the workplace.

Aziz Foundation grants

Aziz Foundation grants 24 September 2018 The Aziz Foundation is a family charitable foundation established in 2015. Its vision is to support the most disadvantaged communities in Britain by supporting community empowerment, leadership development and greater public engagement. "Applicants should note that in most cases the Aziz Foundation can only fund up to 25% of a project and that amount is capped at £15,000 of the total costs of any proposal." Development Fund

Craven Trust deadlines to 2018

Craven Trust deadlines to 2018 28 September 2017 Grants of between £100 and £1,500 are available to local voluntary and community groups for projects that improve the quality of life of local people living within the Craven Trust area. The funding is intended to support projects that build better and stronger local communities for the benefit of future generations. Criteria

Community Shares Booster programme

Community Shares Booster programme 7 December 2017 "The Community Shares Booster Programme is a funding scheme to support community share offers. It will invest equity up to £100,000 to match community shares in societies that can demonstrate higher than average levels of community impact, innovation and engagement. The programme will also provide development grants of up to £10,000 to help societies get investment ready and meet standards of good practice. Match funding will be in the form of equity held on equal terms with other community shareholders."

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.

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants 6 March 2018 Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants is a new open-access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects. It replaces the "Grants for the Arts" programme with a number of changes including an increased budget and more opportunities for creative and digital media. The budget has been increased to £97.3 million each year. Individuals and organisations can apply.

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