A fund has been launched to ensure the survival of grassroots music venues in England that are struggling to survive as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and resulting lockdown.
Grants are available for new play equipment; landscaping works, including boardwalks, trees and shrubs; skate parks; woodland walks; nature trails; outdoor gyms; and building works within communal areas of sporting clubhouses.
Grants are available for small local grassroots organisations in England to support projects that deliver against one of Comic Relief’s four strategic themes.
Grants for registered equine charities or charities/hospices supporting older people in the UK.
After suspending the National Lottery Project Grants programme in March 2020 due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis, Arts Council England is re-opening the programme for applications today, aiming to support individuals and organisations to get activities up and running again.
The Covid-19 Community Recovery Fund is specifically for local charities, community and voluntary groups within Cumbria to help them manage the new issues which are arising in light of the coronavirus pandemic and as restrictions ease.
TNL has announced the distribution of £45mil to partner organisations through External Delegated Agreement’s (EDAs). In developing our Covid-19 crisis response we recognised that we could get support to some organisations and communities more quickly and efficiently by partnering with specialist organisations to distribute funding to them on our behalf.
Armed Forces charities may submit their funding application now for projects and activities that support the mental health and wellbeing of veterans throughout the UK.
Grants are available to support a wide range of community groups, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations who are supporting vulnerable groups as part of their coronavirus/COVID-19 emergency response in supporting local communities.
Grants are available to enable Christian organisations to adapt to the challenges and opportunities presented by the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
An £85 million match funding scheme has launched to support those who are most vulnerable and hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in England. Applications will be accepted until Sunday 2 August 2020 for funds raised over a six-week period (from 18 July until 31 August).
Grants are available to charitable organisations carrying out general charitable purposes in the UK. Funding is at the discretion of the Trust. In the past grants have ranged from £250 to £1,000 with the occasional larger grant being awarded.
Charities, and voluntary groups and organisations in the UK are welcome to apply, irrespective of faith.
Small grants (up to £1,000) are intended for community groups, grassroots organisations, food banks and other volunteer groups.
Grants are available for small local grassroots organisations in England to provide emergency relief in their communities during the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis and also recover from the impact that the crisis has had on their services.
Grants are available for organisations serving those affected by the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) has opened a £45m programme to fund charities and social enterprises working with people “disproportionately impacted” by the coronavirus.
Grants for local and national charities in England and Wales that are working to reduce loneliness and isolation in later life.
Grants for UK based health charities to help them recover from the negative effects of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and to support patients and their families who are vulnerable to infection.
Grants are available for schools and community groups in the UK to increase youth engagement with nature.
One-off grants for community-led organisations in England that are facing severe financial difficulties as a direct result of the coronavirus/COVID-19 lockdown so that they can continue to deliver vital services.
Grants are available for community initiatives and charitable events that are local to the business operations of NFU Mutual across the UK.
Grants are available for established organisations in the UK that focus solely on offering creative opportunities to people of any age living with mental health problems, using the skills of professionally trained artists.
Grants are available to support young people challenged by abuse and addiction, those who are young carers, and those without safe homes.
A fund to provide grants to theatre workers in the UK who are in financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding for not-for-profit organisations in the UK with proposals to make lasting change related to the social change themes of homelessness, forced migration, gender justice, mental health, and early childhood development.
Core funding for small and medium-sized charities who need financial help due to lost income in the current financial year as a result of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding for Football Clubs in England and Wales to Prepare their Buildings to Safely Reopen
Local students are being given the opportunity to apply for an educational charity grant.
Grants are available to charities, Community Land Trusts and housing co-operatives for projects that tackle a housing problem in local communities in eligible parts of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Applications will be accepted until 31 July for emergency short-term grants of between £3,000 and £250,000.
Funding for BAME-led organisations to help more BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) organisations and groups apply for National Emergencies Trust coronavirus crisis funding.
Applications open for Fund aiming to tackle root causes of youth unemployment across the UK.
The Digital Borderlands Voucher Scheme offers additional funding to help eligible rural businesses and residents in Cumbria and Northumberland connect to gigabit capable broadband.
One-off grants to relieve the hardship caused by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic on small and medium-sized not-for profit organisations specialising in work with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.
Flexible grants available for specialist social welfare legal advice organisations to cope with the immediate impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and lay the foundations for longer-term renewal.
Emergency funding for homelessness charities across the UK to prevent closure, service cuts or staff redundancies threatened by increased operational costs and a loss of fundraised income due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Funding available to support social enterprises who have been affected by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, so they can meet additional demands, change the way they work, make their spaces COVID-secure, and manage liquidity.
Funding for projects to help people build confidence, knowledge and skills to increase their prospects of gaining employment.
Funding is available for small businesses in England’s tourist destinations to help them recover from a dramatic loss of business caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdown.
Grants are available for non-profit organisations that are using sport to deliver development outcomes, to ensure they can continue to work with young people across the world during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and deliver new or adaptive provisions.
Future funding opportunity for charities and environmental organisations to start work on projects across England to restore nature and tackle climate change.
The Covid-19 Community Recovery Fund is specifically for local charities, community and voluntary groups within Cumbria to help them manage the new issues which are arising in light of the coronavirus pandemic and as restrictions ease
Start-up and growing UK businesses can access free training, services, credits and support from Amazon, Enterprise Nation and partners – and an intensive week-long bootcamp to help 1,000 offline businesses get online.
Grants are available for small UK charities for projects which support children living in poverty.
Grants are available for equine welfare and rescue organisations in the UK which have experienced financial and operational challenges as a result of the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Grants are available to publicly funded schools, academies and free schools throughout the UK to mitigate the effects of significant mobility and/or deployment of their service communities.
The best contemporary photography from the past year is to be celebrated, giving exposure, visibility and opportunity to photographers worldwide.
Funding available to alternative provision (AP) schools and colleges to support current year 11 students into post-16 education.
Schools and local authorities in England can apply for additional support to provide vouchers to pupils eligible for free school meals over the summer holiday period during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.