Funding Article

News You Can Use: Issue #5: 29 February 2012

7th, March 2012

 

Funding Opportunities

£1m fund to tackle problem drinking (England)

Arts Council: Creative People and Places Fund (England)

Buy Better Together Challenge Fund (UK)

Communitybuilders feasibility grants (England)

Public Engagement Grants (UK)

Regional Growth Fund (England)

Rothley Trust (North East)

Santander Exchange Award (UK)

Sport Relief Community Cash (Northumberland / Tyne & Wear) 

Time to Change (England)

Young People's Advocate on sexual violence and exploitation (England)

 

Funding Information

Community Radio opportunity

Health Lottery

Labour Market Information Portal

Northern Rock Foundation

 

Events and Training

Every Business Matters

Institute of Fundraising’s North East Group Bi-monthly Meeting

Lloyds TSB Foundation events

 

Closing dates

 

 

 

Funding Opportunities


£1m fund to tackle problem drinking (England)

 

Funding: Not yet specified

Open to: Partnership

Deadline: Not yet specified

Type of funder: Government

Source: FINE

 

A new £1 million fund to give local communities the tools they need to tackle binge and underage drinking has been announced by the Government's Champion for Active Safer Communities, Baroness Newlove.

 

The announcement of the new fund came on the day Newlove published her report 'Building Safe, Active Communities: Strong foundations by local people', a collection of lessons from those who are changing their neighbourhoods for the better, providing good advice, and highlighting some of the barriers that have stifled their growth.

 

This new fund will give ten successful communities - based on models of grass roots projects already delivering for their neighbourhoods - the resources to really get to grips with problem drinking and deal with it, head on.

 

The new fund will be on a bid based application process and applications will be assessed on a set of defined criteria. Bids will be supported  that broadly demonstrate the following criteria:

  • Clear partnership working (lead by the local authority), underpinned by a governance board which would meet regularly to manage the fund
  • The Board would include representation from the Local Authority, Police Authority, Health and Education Services, the local community, local retailers and interested private sector alcohol industry representatives
  • The bid has clearly identified the issues/problems arising in their area, has a clear strategy prepared to address those issues and, well-developed proposals on what the money would be spent on

 

Details of the fund and the application process will be published shortly here.

 

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Arts Council: Creative People and Places Fund (England)

 

Funding: £500,000 - £3m over three years

Open to: Consortia

Deadline: 23rd March (register interest)

Type of funder: Lottery

Source: FINE

 

The Creative People and Places fund will focus investment in parts of the country where people’s involvement in the arts is significantly below the national average, with the aim of increasing likelihood of participation. Eligible North East areas are:

  • Blyth Valley
  • Chester-le-Street
  • Derwentside
  • Easington
  • Gateshead
  • Hartlepool UA
  • Middlesbrough UA
  • Redcar & Cleveland UA
  • Sedgefield
  • South Tyneside
  • Stockton-on-Tees UA
  • Sunderland
  • Wansbeck
  • Wear Valley

 

Investment will encourage long-term collaborations between local communities and arts organisations, museums, libraries and local authorities. It aims to empower them to experiment with radically different approaches and develop inspiring, sustainable arts programmes that will engage audiences in those communities.

 

Consortia, from the arts or non-arts sectors, are eligible to apply. A consortium must include representation from the local community and artists and/or arts organisations. Although funding can only be guaranteed for three years, the Council would like to see applications which carry a 10-year vision for these communities. A total of £37 million will be available to establish around 15 projects between autumn 2012 and autumn 2015.

 

An indication of the funds available across the two rounds is as follows:

  • North: £20,001,600
  • Midlands/South West: £10,098,000
  • East/South East: £4,132,800
  • London: £1,767,600

 

The outcomes sought include: 

  • an increase in the numbers and range of people in those areas regularly getting involved in, and being inspired by, the arts 
  • a demonstrable increase in a high quality arts offer in places of least engagement 
  • sustainable projects and programmes that will help the arts and cultural sector to continue to extend and strengthen the reach of existing arts provision, and increase engagement 
  • a clear, common understanding of which approaches are the most successful

 

All applicants must have registered their intention to apply with their local office by 23rd March to be eligible for round one. To register interest, contact the local office on 0845 300 6200, contact via the enquiry form at

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/contact/north-east/ or write to Central Square, Forth Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3PJ.

 

For more information visit the website

 

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Buy Better Together Challenge Fund (UK)

 

Funding: See text

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 15th May 2012

Type of funder: Partnership

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

 

The Buy Better Together Challenge is an exciting initiative by Co-operatives UK and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to inspire new models of community buying, stimulate enterprise and promote shared learning.

 

A £60,000 pot will go towards training, mentoring and seed funding for stand out projects, including £15,000 for the overall winner.

 

The Challenge is open to groups and organisations within the public, voluntary or business sectors, which focus on creating new or developing existing community buying schemes. Entrants are asked to address one or more of these challenges:

  1. Project aimed at creating a platform, tool or vehicle to help individuals to come together and form a community buying group
  2. Project aimed at enabling existing or new community groups to develop their purchasing power by working collectively on behalf of individual consumers
  3. Project aimed at businesses to empower their employees or consumers to group for community buying

 

The criteria for judging the prize will include the following:

  • The greatest potential in terms of saving money and getting better quality
  • Achieving long lasting impact or sustainability
  • Being able to engage a community successfully
  • Having social benefits, including helping disadvantaged consumers

 

For more information and to apply visit

http://discuss.bis.gov.uk/buying/the-buy-better-together-challenge-feb-2012/#

 

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Communitybuilders feasibility grants (England)

 

Funding: £10,000 - £25,000

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 13th April 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: Third Sector / FINE

 

The Communitybuilders fund is offering feasibility grants totalling £500,000 to community organisations looking to develop services that generate income.

 

The fund for community groups will make up to 30 grants, aimed at organisations looking to research and develop sustainable and entrepreneurial ideas that meet the social needs of their local communities.

 

They hope that feasibility grant recipients may go on to access Communitybuilders main investment finance including loans or commercial finance from other investors.

 

Successful applicants may also be eligible for up to five days of business support.

Projects must have been agreed by the organisation's own board, and the organisation must be unable to fund the project through commercial sources or its own reserves.

 

Communitybuilders will fund:

  • independent and community led organisations
  • organisations operating for the benefit of a defined neighbourhood
  • locally controlled organisations
  • multipurpose organisations
  • organisations unable to secure funding from a commercial funder
  • proposals to help organisations work towards long term financial sustainability
  • organisations with a sensible business and financial plan
  • organisations with proposals for which funds can be drawn down and spent within 6 months of approval, for the long term benefit of the organisation

 

For more information and to apply visit http://www.communitybuildersfund.org.uk/index.php?id=107 or call 0191 269 2276

 

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Public Engagement Grants (UK)

 

Funding: Up to £1,000

Open to: VCSE / Individuals

Deadline: 30th April 2012

Type of funder: Society

Source: GrantsOnline / FINE

 

The Institute of Physics aims to provide positive and compelling experiences of physics to public audiences through engaging and entertaining activities and events. The Institute’s public engagement grant scheme is designed to give financial support to individuals and organisations running physics-based events and activities during 2012.

 

All projects funded must be completed by 31st December 2012.

 

The scheme aims to encourage and support the development of projects that:

  • raise public awareness of, and engagement with, contemporary physics
  • inspire and enthuse public audiences, especially those not previously interested in physics
  • reach audiences beyond the classroom
  • develop the science communication skills of individuals


Applications will be judged against the following criteria and should demonstrate:

  • that the project explores underlying concepts and issues
  • awareness of public interest and concerns
  • timeliness and relevance
  • targeting of specific public audiences
  • clear objectives and the potential to make an impact
  • evidence of adequate and appropriate means of publicity
  • evidence of working with physicists to ensure accurate content
  • evidence of realistic evaluation proportionate to the project
  • evidence that the activity is dependent on the Institute funding or that it adds a significant element
  • evidence that the applicant has a plan to meet any shortfall in funding
  • a realistic assessment of practical issues

 

For more information visit http://www.iop.org/about/grants/outreach/page_38843.html

 

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Regional Growth Fund (England)

 

Funding: Minimum threshold for bids £1m. At the present time the RGF may provide funding in the form of grants, loans and/or loan guarantees

Open to: VCSE / partnership

Deadline: 13th June 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: FINE

 

The Fund is a £2.4bn fund operating until 2015. It supports projects and programmes that lever private sector investment to create economic growth and sustainable employment. It aims particularly to help those areas / communities dependent on the public sector to make the transition to sustainable private sector-led growth and prosperity. Round 3 is now open; £1bn is available. “Private” sector (includes VCSE) organisations and public/”private” partnerships are eligible to apply. To qualify for support from the Regional Growth Fund, projects should demonstrate that they

  • create additional sustainable private sector growth 
  • rebalance the economy in those areas currently public sector dependent  
  • would not otherwise go ahead without support from the Fund 
  • offer value for money 
  • are state aid compliant

 

For more information and to apply visit http://www.bis.gov.uk/RGF, email growthfund@bis.gsi.gov.uk  or call the local contact on 07825 841 835

 

Regional events are being held to provide prospective bidders with more information. The first phase of events include Gateshead on 22nd March. To book a place email or call the RGF team at growthfund@bis.gsi.gov.uk or on 020 7215 6758 / 0207 215 3821.

 

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Rothley Trust (North East)

 

Funding: £100 - £1,000

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: None

Type of funder: Charity

Source: FINE

 

The Rothley Trustees want to help small charities and voluntary groups operating in the North East, to reduce their energy bills. They are setting aside £20,000 in their budget for 2012/13 for small energy saving items e.g. roof insulation, radiator thermostats, blinds and curtains, energy efficient equipment, double glazing, timer switches etc. (It is not for large projects such as solar panels and wind turbines.) 

 

Organisations must be able to respond “yes” to the following:

  • Does your organisation actively work in the North East?
  • Do you require a contribution towards capital costs?
  • Do you have charitable purposes?
  • Do you have written constitution?
  • Do you have audited accounts and an annual report? (Newly formed groups –evidence of bank/building society account and names of key people)
  • Does your project help any of the following; children and young people, disability, community, education, ex-services, and world in need?

 

Grants will be awarded at their quarterly meetings in May, August, November and February. Hard copy appeal letter to be sent with latest accounts to Mrs Diane Lennon, Trust Secretary, The Rothley Trust, MEA House, Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8XS.

http://www.rothleytrust.org.uk/eligible.htm

 

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Santander Exchange Award (UK)

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Funding: £5,000 Award

Open to: Social enterprises (annual turnover less than £250,000)

Deadline: 7th March 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: GrantsOnline / FINE

 

UK based social enterprises that have partnered, replicated or shared knowledge with other social enterprises in order to grow their social and environmental impact, have the opportunity to enter the Santander Social Enterprise Exchange Award. 

 

The award aims to recognise and reward efforts to share and exchange ideas and information. The Exchange Award is for £5,000. Additionally, winners will receive a bespoke package of additional mentoring, support, networking opportunities and other benefits from Santander and Social Enterprise Exchange partners.

The Award will be presented on the main stage at the Social Enterprise Exchange in Glasgow (publicised in NYCU #3 2012). The winner must be able to attend.

 

For more information and to access application material visit the website

 

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Sport Relief Community Cash (Northumberland / Tyne & Wear) 

 

Funding: £500 - £1,000

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 9th March 2012

Type of funder: Partnership

Source: Direct / FINE

 

The Programme will provide grants to support community groups undertaking work that helps people of all ages feel more included in their community, builds their skills and increases their sense of achievement.

 

The programme is open to groups in Northumberland, Newcastle, North Tyneside, Gateshead, South Tyneside or Sunderland.

 

The Foundation are particularly keen to ensure they reach groups of people who often miss out.

 

To be eligible for a grant groups will need to:

  • be working in a disadvantaged or deprived area
  • be small local groups with an income of less than £100,000 in the last reporting period
  • be run by local people
  • have limited access to other sources of income

 

They will fund the following types of activity:

  • Parent and toddler groups
  • Dad and lads group
  • Equipment and material for sport groups
  • Community festivals
  • Cross generational work
  • Sport tournaments / competition costs
  • Lunch clubs
  • Running costs for self help groups
  • Committee and volunteer/staff training
  • Hire of sports facilities

 

For more information and to apply online visit the website or contact on 0191 222 0945

 

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Time to Change (England)

 

Funding: Most £20,000 or £40,000. Some at about £85,000. For 1 – 3 years

Open to: VCSE (constituted)

Deadline: 30th March 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: SYFAB / FINE

 

Time to Change grants will fund projects that tackle stigma and discrimination faced by those with mental health issues. The fund will support projects which:

  • change public attitudes and behaviour by bringing together people who have experienced mental health problems with those who have not
  • engage the public or local communities in meaningful conversations about mental health
  • are led throughout by people with direct experience of mental health problems – grants can only be awarded to constituted groups or organisations, but funding will only be given to projects which have people with experience of mental health problems in lead roles

 

25% of the grants fund will be allocated to projects run by, and working with people from BME communities, and 20% are for projects working with children and young people. The first round of grants will be awarded in April/May. There will be another round in Autumn 2012 and two further rounds next year.

 

Time to Change are running regional grant information sessions to provide more information and support. (Newcastle’s is currently full but there is a waiting list available)

 

For more information and to apply visit http://www.time-to-change.org.uk/grants

 

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Young People's Advocate on sexual violence and exploitation (England)

 

Funding: See text

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 12th March 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: FINE

 

Organisations are invited to bid for funding to recruit up to 13 new Young People’s Advocates (YPAs) who will provide direct and dedicated support to young people who are victims or at risk of sexual violence and exploitation.

 

YPA is a new role which organisations can apply for grants up to £30,000 per year, for three years, to fund this post.

 

The YPA is distinct from that of an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor. The primary purpose of this role is to provide direct and dedicated support to young people who have been victims or at risk of sexual violence and/or sexual exploitation. They will work in areas most affected by gangs and will have to have an understanding of the specific risks that gang violence has on a young person and work with local agencies to ensure that a robust risk management plan is in place.

 

The grants are open to all organisations who have a track record of

  • working and engaging with young people and
  • working with victims of sexual violence and or sexual exploitation and
  • working with street gangs

 

Organisations can work in partnership to demonstrate the full range of expertise or demonstrate how they will acquire the necessary skills to meet these criteria.

 

For more information and to apply visit

http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/crime/young-people-advocates/

 

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Funding Information

 

Community Radio opportunity

 

Source: FINE

 

Community radio station, NE1fm, is inviting local community and voluntary groups to get in touch about news, information and events for its programme that will be broadcast every Thursday at 5pm. Email d.revett@tcuk.org

 

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Health Lottery

 

Source: Third Sector / Civil society / FINE

 

The Health Lottery will not increase the 20p per £1 of ticket sales it gives to good causes until the media owner Richard Desmond has recovered his £35m investment in it, according to one of its directors.

 

The Health Lottery has attracted criticism, notably from the sector chief executives body Acevo, for giving only 20p per £1 of ticket sales to good causes, compared with about 28p in the National Lottery.

Third Sector article

 

The National Lottery estimates it is losing £1m in sales a week as a result of the Health Lottery, contrary to claims by the latter that it is expanding the lottery market.

Civil Society

 

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Labour Market Information Portal

 

Source: FINE

 

A new Labour Market Information (LMI) Portal has been launched, providing access to useful LMI across Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and Durham. The website is initially a 6-month pilot project, which aims to improve access to LMI across the North Eastern Local Enterprise Partnership area. The Portal provides, at a glance, access to local information about the population, employment, economy, industry movements, job vacancies, and the numbers of people claiming out of work benefits, enabling Advisors and Policy Makers to keep abreast of developments within the local labour market.

www.labourmarketnortheast.co.uk

 

For more information or to provide information for inclusion in the Portal contact Mark Barrett on 0191 6436061 or e-mail mark.barrett@northtyneside.gov.uk

 

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Northern Rock Foundation

 

Source: FINE

 

Northern Rock Foundation has confirmed that its main grant programmes will continue unchanged in 2012. £8.7 million will be available this year to help people who are vulnerable, disadvantaged, homeless, living in poverty or are victims of crime or discrimination.

Northern Rock

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Events and Training

County Durham Asset Transfer Conference

 

When: 23rd March 2012, 10am–3pm

Where: Bowburn Community Centre, Durham Road, Co. Durham

Cost: Free

 

Durham Rural Community Council, in conjunction with One Voice Network and FINE, is organising a conference to provide an excellent opportunity to find out more about the Asset Transfer process, including the practicalities, legal issues and sources of funding.  There will also be opportunities to share experiences with local people who have already experienced the asset transfer process at first hand. 

 

Early booking is essential. Numbers are restricted and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis; a maximum of two representatives per organisation will be permitted. The deadline for bookings is 9th March

 

To book a place please contact Helen Brown on 01207 529 621 or e-mail Helen.Brown@durhamrcc.org.uk. For more information and an agenda visit http://www.durhamrcc.org.uk/cms/events/88/  

 

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Every Business Matters

 

When: 15th May 2012 (postponed from 23rd February)

Where: Central Square, Newcastle

Cost: Free

 

NAVCA has free places for a business skills training and information day.

 

This day is for development workers in local support and development organisations who are working to support groups working with children, young people and families. It will cover a range of topics exploring business skills and looking at how delegates could adapt these to support the groups and organisations they work with in their local community.

 

For more information and to book visit http://www.navca.org.uk/every-business-matters--free-training

 

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Institute of Fundraising’s North East Group Bi-monthly Meeting

 

When: 28th March 2012, 4-6pm

Where: As you Like It, Newcastle

Cost: £3 if pre booked

 

The Institute of Fundraising is the professional membership body for UK fundraising. Their mission is to support fundraisers, through leadership, representation, standards-setting and education, and we champion and promote fundraising as a career choice.

 

Members and non-members will be welcome at this regional event to network over canapés and a glass of wine and participate in the following discussions:

Institute’s Chief Executive, Peter Lewis, will be speaking about “Trends in Fundraising - how the Institute will help fundraisers to manage these successfully”

Michele Marriott, will discuss: “Fundraising and profile-raising opportunities for charities participating in the challenges and the benefits of a four-day challenge in Europe over UK or long haul destinations”

 

Email catrina.flynn@ageuk-northumberland.org.uk by 21st March to indicate intention to attend.

 

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Lloyds TSB Foundation events:

 

1. GVOC X-Funder Event

When: 5th March 2012, 2.30pm – 5pm

Where: John Haswell House, 8/9 Gladstone Terrace, Gateshead NE8 4DY

Cost: Free

 

The Foundation fund registered charities only, funding revenue and salary costs and can fund for up to 3 years. The Foundation helps disadvantaged people play a fuller role in their community by:

  • helping people be heard
  • offering improved life choices and chances
  • improving social and community involvement

 

This event is on a first come, first served basis so booking is essential. To book a place call 0191 478 4103 or email enquiries@gvoc.org.uk

 

2. Wansbeck CVS Event (details not yet specified)

 

For any Northumberland charity contemplating applying to the Lloyds TSB Foundation Peter Ellis, the Foundations Grants Manager for the North East & North Yorkshire, will soon be providing advice surgeries at Wansbeck CVS. To make an appointment contact Stephen Humphrey on 01670 858 688 or funding@wansbeckcvs.org.uk

 

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Closing dates:

 

 

2012

Mar 2

Arts Council: Strategic Touring Programme

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/funding/apply-for-funding/strategic-funding/grant-programmes/strategic-touring-programme/

2/2012

Mar 2

Community Film Unit: Speak Up Fund

http://www.communityfilmunit.co.uk/fund.html

2/2012

Mar 6

Football Foundation: Grow the Game

http://www.footballfoundation.org.uk/apply/grow-the-game/

1/2012

Mar 7

UK Land Estates Fund

http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/

3/2012

Mar 7

John Laing Fund

http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/

3/2012

Mar 7

Santander Exchange Award

http://www.socialenterpriseexchange.com/sponsors/santander-social-enterprise-exchange-award/

5/2012

Mar 9

Sport Relief Community Cash

Website

5/2012

Mar 9

Steven Gerrard Foundation

http://www.stevengerrardfoundation.org/grants.htm

3/2012

Mar 12

Young People's Advocate on sexual violence and exploitation

http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/crime/young-people-advocates/

5/2012

Mar 13

Church and Community Fund : new funding themes

http://www.ccfund.org.uk/apply/information

2/2012

Mar 16

Frederick Milburn Fund

http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/

3/2012

Mar 20

North Tyneside Women’s Aid Legacy Fund

http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/apply

4/2012

Mar 23

Arts Council: Creative People and Places Fund

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/contact/north-east/

5/2012

Mar 26

Woodward Charitable Trust - Summer

www.woodwardcharitabletrust.org.uk

17/2011

Mar 26

Comic Relief Local Communities Tees Valley Community Foundation

http://www.teesvalleyfoundation.org/grants/comic-relief/

1/2012

Mar 28

Help the Hospices - One-off Capital Grant Programme

http://helpthehospices.org.uk/our-services/grants/uk-grants/one-off-capital-grant-programme/eligibility-criteria/

3/2012

Mar 30

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Competitiveness Programme 2007-13

Capital (Priority 1 & 2)

Website

3/2012

Mar 30

Time to Change

http://www.time-to-change.org.uk/grants

5/2012

Mar 31

Creme of Nature Community Action Award 2012 http://www.communityactionaward.com/award.html

3/2012

Mar 31

Trees for Communities

http://www.treecouncil.org.uk/grants

2/2012

Apr 13

Communitybuilders feasibility grants

http://www.communitybuildersfund.org.uk/index.php?id=107

5/2012

Apr 15

Ben & Jerry’s Join Our Core

http://www.joinourcore.com/

4/2012

Apr 17

Empty Homes Community Grants

http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/housing/emptyhomeappguidance?utm_source=Funding+News+email+updates&utm_campaign=1c7b5d4693-FN_MAILCHIMP_DAILY&utm_medium=email

4/2012

Apr 20

Michael Whippman Award 2012

http://www.homeless.org.uk/mw2012

2/2012

Apr 30

Public Engagement Grants http://www.iop.org/about/grants/outreach/page_38843.html

5/2012

May 14

Eaga Charitable Trust

www.eagacharitabletrust.org/home

3/2012

May 15

Buy Better Together Challenge Fund

http://discuss.bis.gov.uk/buying/the-buy-better-together-challenge-feb-2012/#

5/2012

Jun 13

Regional Growth Fund

http://www.bis.gov.uk/RGF

5/2012

Aug 30

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Competitiveness Programme 2007-13

Open (Priority 1 & 2)

Website

3/2012

Sep 1

National Churches Trust

http://nationalchurchestrust.org/supporting-you/grants/overview.php

2/2012

 

 

2013

 

 

 

 

2014

Mar 31

International Communities

http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_international_communities?tab=1&regioncode=-uk

21/2010

Dec 31

North East Microloan Fund

http://www.efs.entrust.co.uk/page.asp?id=180

9/2011

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