Funding is being offered to help entrepreneurs start new businesses in rural areas of the UK.
Forest Holidays has partnered with the Prince’s Countryside Fund to create the new Rural Start-Up Fund, with the aim of supporting new business ventures in rural areas of the UK. The scheme is intended to help entrepreneurs overcome the challenges associated with setting up and working in rural settings.
Community projects across the county have received a share of more than £360,000 to tackle issues such as unemployment, bullying, financial exclusion and health and wellbeing.
Young people who are wanting to travel abroad and experience foreign culture can apply for funding towards the cost.
This prize aims to identify the finest museums and galleries in the UK.
A programme to find and support the most talented startup founders and help them create technology based solutions to the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems.
The programme’s thematic focus areas are:
•A sustainable planet
•A better society
The National Emergencies Trust will collaborate with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.
The new version of the Code of Fundraising Practice, which came into effect in October is designed to make it easier for fundraisers, charities and third-party organisations to understand the standards expected of them when fundraising. It is also designed to be easier for the public to navigate.
A fundraising platform has launched in the UK with the aim of matchmaking charities with funders by demonstrating the impact of their work.
Funding for not-for-profit organisations in England, Scotland and Wales to deliver projects or provide equipment to people in need in their communities.
Listed and unlisted Christian places of worship of any denomination in the UK are invited to apply for grants towards urgent maintenance works and small investigative works in 2020.
Funding is available for UK businesses and research and technology organisations to develop proposals for practical demonstrator projects in smart and sustainable plastic packaging.
Applications for interest-free loans will be accepted until the end of December from charitable and not-for-profit organisations for enterprising ideas to improve community spaces in the UK.
After a break of several months, the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales have relaunched its grants programme with a ‘simpler, more flexible and transparent approach’ to help smaller charities be stronger and more effective.
The Transmission Fund is designed to help professional musicians build their careers by providing grant opportunities, allowing them to focus on developing their artistic practice and furthering their professional development at a crucial point in their career.
Grants are available to public, private and third sector groups for innovative projects that pilot new ways of working with at-risk groups, in order to reduce offending and re-offending and address the issues of domestic and sexual violence in Cumbria.
Grants are available for charities and social enterprises in England towards the capital costs of work to restore redundant or underused, community-owned historic buildings in town centres and bring them back into use.
Grants are available to amateur gardeners from community groups in England and Wales to create a garden or similar project with horticultural focus for the benefit of their local community.
Grants are available for projects, organisations or ideas that can make a systemic impact to improve ageing in the UK.
Grants of up to £2,000 will be available to schools in the UK in the new year to help young people engage with classical music.
Helping communities with great ideas to improve their place
Grants to support news organisations and other innovators working in England with bold new approaches to public interest news, so communities have access to reliable news about the issues that matter most to them.
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Grants of £100 to £1000 to fund ideas that will bring people together. Open to applications from 23rd November, for a 2 week period only.
Grants are available for registered charities, social enterprises and constituted charitable groups to help people in the UK when other sources of support have failed, are inappropriate, or are simply not available.
Funding for the purchase of essential items to meet the needs of children in the UK who living in severe poverty, suffering deprivation as a result and who are facing additional social issue.
Grants are available to support a wide range of community groups, organisations, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations with capital improvement projects for local community greenspaces in England, Scotland and Wales.
Small grants are available for local projects, activities and organisations that have charitable aims and that will be of real direct benefit to families in England, Scotland and Wales.
Smaller organisations that often find core costs hard to fund can benefit from one-year grants of up to £3,000 as part of the Woodward Charitable Trust’s revised grants scheme.
Talented UK individuals looking to further their career in the film, commercial television and cinema industries may apply for support through this scheme.
Grants are available for schools, children’s hospices, support groups, charities and not-for-profit organisations to support recreational and educational day trips for groups of children and young people (aged 5-25 years) who have disabilities and life-limiting conditions in the UK.
Call to run a project to develop better links between business, schools and further and higher education partners to equip students with the skills to meet local business needs in Cumbria.
Funding, coupled with expert advice, is now available for social-purpose businesses in the UK to help people encountering barriers to employment, including the disabled, ex-offenders and the homeless.
Funding for UK businesses, collaborating with other businesses or research organisations, undertaking feasibility study projects demonstrating solutions that can transform food production and help the industry move towards net zero emissions by 2040.
The Education Endowment Fund (EEF) has launched a new round of its School Choices Fund which is open to research teams that are able to conduct studies.
Awards recognising outstanding renewable energy projects in the UK and the developing world, promoting the widespread use of local, sustainable energy, because of the environmental, social and economic benefits which it can provide.
Grants available from the Department for Education (DfE) to school-led partnerships to support teacher internships in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.
Grant funding of up to £750,000 is available for activities undertaken by small and micro-businesses, particularly in the food, drink and tourism sectors, which will create jobs and boost the growth of the rural economy.
New fund to support communities across the UK take action on climate change.
Grants are available to support the purchase of specialist equipment to help get more disabled people involved in sport and physical activity in England.
Grants are available to UK-based community groups that aim to bring musical projects to their local communities.
This Challenge Prize will reward products and services that use innovative digital technologies to support older people to participate fully in social life.
The fund will be delivered by Sport England and the British Paralympic Association as part of Parasport – powered by Toyota
Capital funding is available for academies, sixth-form colleges and non-diocesan voluntary aided (VA) schools in England to transform facilities, improve school buildings and create more good school places.
Funding is available for organisations that support landlords and tenants to improve standards and educate those involved in the private rented sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Grants for consortia in parts of England where people’s involvement in arts and culture is in the bottom third of engagement to develop a programme of cultural activity and engagement over four years but with a 10-year vision. The funding is for new places across England.
Grants are available to small local charitable organisations that are providing a service to the heart of their community within the UK for projects that meet a need and will make a difference to local people. Deadline 11 November 2019.
This prize has been established to reward UK writers wishing to explore innovation in short-form storytelling.
£24m Fund Launched for the UK’s Creative SMEs