Heritage Lottery Fund workshops and advice surgeries

Heritage Lottery Fund workshops and advice surgeries 4 April 2018 Information and advice about Heritage Lottery Fund for groups in Yorkshire & Humber: Small grants workshops The Yorkshire & Humber team is keen to see more applications for the Heritage Lottery Fund small grant programmes (£3,000 to £100,000). Workshops are taking place to help groups apply on: 19 April 2018 from 10am to 12 noon 5 June 2018 from 10am to 12 noon 4 July 2018 from 10am to 12 noon For more information and to book a place, email yandhdevelopment@hlf.org.uk Grant surgery days

vInspired’s Cashpoint Loud and Proud Grants for young people

vInspired's Cashpoint Loud and Proud Grants for young people 10 April 2018 vInspired's Cashpoint grants are open to applications from young people for LGBT+ projects in England. Applications must come from individual young people rather than organisations. Project beneficiaries can be any age. Criteria "The project is run by a 14 to 25 year old volunteer in the UK The project has a clear community benefit The main aim of the project is not to fundraise The project is either completely new or something you've done before but would like to do differently

Made in Manningham programme, Seed Funding grants

Made in Manningham programme, Seed Funding grants 13 April 2018 News from Carlisle Business Centre: Seed Funding grants Do you have a community business idea? "As part of our Made in Manningham programme Carlisle Business Centre is looking for community business ideas to make Manningham an even greater place to live, work and visit! If you have an idea to benefit Manningham then you might be eligible for a Seed Funding Grant, get in touch for a chat about your idea and to get an application form." Deadline for applications 22 May 2018. Community Business event

Comic Relief grants: Tackling Violence against Women and Girls

Comic Relief grants: Tackling Violence against Women and Girls 20 April 2018 Comic Relief has announced a new fund, "Tackling Violence against Women and Girls" to support organisations that are working to end violence and abuse experienced by women and girls across the UK. "Proposals are welcome from across the UK. We expect to make up to 40 grants of £60,000 to £120,000 for between one and three years. We may award grants larger than £120,000 to those bidding in partnership with others.

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 29 June 2018

Shipley Area Community Chest, deadline 29 June 2018 16 May 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.

Grassroots Giving, deadline 31 July 2018 (midnight)

Grassroots Giving, deadline 31 July 2018 (midnight) 17 May 2018 Grants of £500 are available from Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving for small, volunteer-led community groups working in a local neighbourhood in the UK. "We welcome submissions from community groups of all shapes and sizes - all we ask is that you are not a registered charity as we are looking to support smaller groups who struggle to find funding elsewhere." You cannot apply for running costs, building maintenance, holidays/ travel programmes or animal welfare. Interested?

Home Office grants to reduce knife crime, deadline 15 June 2018

Home Office grants to reduce knife crime, deadline 15 June 2018 18 May 2018 The Home Office is offering grants of up to £30,000 to support community projects which reduce knife crime and have a positive impact on young people at risk of carrying a knife and committing crime. The anti-knife crime community fund will consider bids for greater funding for projects with collaboration between partners. "Bids will be assessed on the extent to which they demonstrate: delivery of outcomes to stop knife crime proven track record of delivering local interventions

iwill Youth Social Action grants Bradford, deadline 28 June 2018

iwill Youth Social Action grants Bradford, deadline 28 June 2018 (12 noon) 23 May 2018 Leeds Community Foundation is managing the iwill Youth Social Action fund for Bradford district. "Social action" involves activities such as campaigning and volunteering which enable participants to make a positive difference to their communities. Grants from £1,000 to £5,000. Projects can be up to a year in duration. Grants should deliver social action opportunities for young people aged 10 to 20 years old, or 25 for disabled people. Eligibility

Safer Communities Fund, deadline 15 June 2018 (12pm)

Safer Communities Fund, deadline 15 June 2018 (12pm) 23 May 2018 The Safer Communities Fund offers grants of up to £5,000 to help voluntary and community groups, charities and partners make their communities safer and feel safer. Grants will be awarded in line with the outcomes and priorities set out in the Police and Crime plan. Projects must take place in West Yorkshire. Priority theme for this funding round

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