Go Higher West Yorkshire grants, deadline 28 June 2018 (12 noon)

Go Higher West Yorkshire grants, deadline 28 June 2018 (12 noon) 31 May 2018 Go Higher West Yorkshire is working with Leeds Community Foundation to provide community grants for activities that aim to increase the number of young people going into higher education from areas where progression rates are currently low. Go Higher West Yorkshire grants of £1,000 to £2,500 and £5,000 to £15,000 are available for activity to support young people aged 13 to 19 to make informed choices about higher education.

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."

Weston Anniversary Fund capital grants, deadline 30 June 2018

Weston Anniversary Fund capital grants, deadline 30 June 2018 9 January 2018 Garfield Weston Foundation has announced a one-off grants scheme to celebrate its 60th anniversary.  The Weston Anniversary Fund will support capital projects that will benefit local communities across the UK. What is capital funding? By "capital", the funder means costs for physical equipment or facilities:

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.

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

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.

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

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