Funding Article

News You Can Use: Issue #6: 14 March 2012

14th, March 2012

 

Funding Opportunities

·         Anchor Foundation (UK)

·         Baily Thomas Charitable Fund (UK)

·         Comic Relief - International Grants Programme (UK)

·         Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland calls for application

·         Community Radio Fund (UK)

·         Co-operative Customer Donation Fund (UK)

·         Homelessness Transition Fund (England)

·         Nominet Trust (UK)

·         People’s Health Trust small grants for North East now open (Tyne & Wear)

·         Play Your Part (North East)

·         Summer Schools Fund (England)

·         Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund (UK)

 

Funding Information

·         Big Society Capital

·         Budget will reveal new funding for civil society advice services

·         Camelot threatens judicial review application over Health Lottery concerns

·         FA and Vauxhall invest through Sportsmatch

·         Improved grants search on BIG website

·         National Lottery expansion could raise extra £1.7bn   

·         Research shows a shift from grant funding to contracting

·         Spacehive

·         Work Programme primes 'claiming payment for other agencies' work'

 

Events and Training

·         Two events for Tyne and Wear organisations

Closing dates

 

 

 

Funding Opportunities

 

Anchor Foundation (UK)

Funding: £500 - £10,000 per year up to three years. Capital / revenue

Open to: Registered charities

Deadline: 31st July 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: FINE

The Anchor Foundation provides grants to Christian charities that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts.

  • Only in exceptional circumstances will grants be given for building work
  • They will consider applications for projects abroad
  • Charities with a number of projects operating should choose a single project for their application
  • Projects which have had three years funding may apply again two years from the payment of the last grant
  • Applications can be made online or by downloading the PDF document from the website

For more information visit www.theanchorfoundation.org.uk/index.html

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Baily Thomas Charitable Fund (UK)

Funding: £250+

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 1st May 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

The Fund was established primarily to aid the research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability by making grants to voluntary organisations working in this field.

They consider under learning disability the conditions generally referred to as severe learning difficulties, together with autism. In this area, they consider projects concerning children or adults. Mental illness and dyslexia are not covered.

Funding is normally considered for capital and revenue costs and for both specific projects and for general running/core costs. Normally one-off grants are awarded but exceptionally a new project may be funded over two or three years, subject to satisfactory reports of progress.

The following areas of work normally fall within the Fund's policy:

  • Capital building/renovation/refurbishment works for residential, nursing and respite care, and schools
  • Employment schemes including woodwork, crafts, printing and horticulture
  • Play schemes and play therapy schemes
  • Day and social activities centres including building costs and running costs
  • Support for families, including respite schemes
  • Independent living schemes
  • Support in the community schemes
  • Swimming and hydro-therapy pools and snoezelen rooms

For more information and to apply visit

www.bailythomas.org.uk/applications/meetingsanddeadlines or contact on 01582 439225 / info@bailythomas.org.uk

 

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Comic Relief - International Grants Programme (UK)

Funding: Up to £1m project grants / up to £25,000 research grants

Open to: Registered charities

Deadline: 9th May 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Grants Online / FINE

Charities who are active in the developing world who work closely with local organisations, especially in Africa, can apply for International funding through Comic Relief. Charities can apply through a number of grant programmes, for example

  • fair Trade
  • people affected by HIV and AIDS
  • people affected by conflict
  • street and working children and young people
  • people living in urban slums  

Most of the grants are for between three and five years. Small grants for project research and development are usually for between three months and a year. 

For more information and to apply visit www.comicrelief.com/apply-for-a-grant/apply-for-an-international-grant

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Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland calls for application

Funding: See text

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: See text

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Direct / FINE

P&G Charitable Fund

  • Makes grants to support community groups to provide children, aged 0–13, with opportunities under themes of live, learn and thrive
  • Groups can apply for up to £2,000 to support work including:
    • equipment for activities      
    • learning resources
    • learning experiences
    • children’s club resources
  • All applications must include a breakdown of costs including hourly rates and costs per unit and where possible provide quotes
  • Closing date for the next round is 25th May 2012

David Dockray West End Young People’s Fund

  • Makes grants to support young people’s projects, particularly those based in the West End of Newcastle. Keen to fund out of school activities that encourage young people’s social and personal development
  • Groups can apply for up to £2,000 for equipment and resources for activities, external support, small project running costs (for example room hire), and inspirational trips or visits
  • All applications must include a breakdown of costs including hourly rates and costs per unit and where possible provide quotes
  • Closing date for the next round is 18th May 2012

John D Fund

  • Awards grants to projects in Tyne & Wear and Northumberland for out-of-school artistic activities that offer young people the opportunity to explore various artistic mediums in a non-academic setting. The project must encourage young people to spend their free time constructively and to take part in artistic activities that could encourage them to take up new hobbies or interests
  • Grants from £500 to £2,000 are available for pieces of artistic equipment, artistic resources, external support, and inspirational trips or visits
  • Closing date for the next round is 18th May 2012

To apply visit www.communityfoundation.org.uk/apply (mark the application form with the name of the relevant fund).

For more information
visit the website or contact on general@communityfoundation.org.uk / 0191 222 0945

 

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Community Radio Fund (UK)

Funding: No limit (see text)

Open to: Community radio licensees

Deadline: 11th May 2012. Opens 9th April.

Type of funder: Government

Source: SYFAB / FINE

Ofcom has been tasked by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (“DCMS”) with administering the Fund. DCMS is providing up to £500,000 per annum for the Fund (at present confirmed until 2014/15). The Fund has been established to help fund the core costs of running a community radio station, for example:

  • fundraising to support the station (e.g. grants, commercial funding)
  • management
  • administration
  • financial management & reporting
  • community outreach
  • volunteer organisation and support

The Panel considers promoting long-term sustainability a critical, core activity and will take special note of innovative proposals that have this aim, such as those focusing on business development and fund-raising. The Panel also believes there is scope for more collaborative working or joint applications from stations.

There is no limit to how much can be applied for, however the Panel asks applicants to take note of previous grant awards for an indication of realistic award figures. The Panel met in January to consider applications for the second round of grant awards for 2011/12; 63 applications were considered, 16 applicants were awarded grants which totalled £237,145 and 47 applicants were not awarded a grant.

For more information and to apply visit http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/broadcasting/radio/community-radio-fund/?a=0 or contact on 020 7981 3886 / community.radio@ofcom.org.uk  

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Co-operative Customer Donation Fund (UK)

Funding: Up to £1,000

Open to: Community Directplus customers; see text

Deadline: 30th April 2012

Type of funder: Company

Source: Grants Online / FINE

Organisations that bank with the Co-operative Bank using their Community Directplus Bank Account have the opportunity to apply for funding through the Bank’s Customer Donation Fund.

The Customer Donation Fund grows directly in relation to customers' deposits. For every £100 increase in collective balance held in Community Directplus accounts, the Co-operative Bank will add 20p to the fund. Then, twice a year, in April and October, the Bank will judge customers' applications for project funding and distribute a minimum of £5,000 amongst those customers that are successful.

Community Directplus accounts offer charities, community groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises an ethical way to bank for free.

For more information and to apply visit www.co-operativebank.co.uk/servlet/Satellite/1196151412586,CFSweb/Page/Business-CommunityBanking

 

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Homelessness Transition Fund (England)

Funding: Up to £25,000 / Up to £200,000

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: See text

Type of funder: Charity

Source: FINE

From April, homelessness charities will be able to apply for grants of up to £200k to invest in new ways of preventing and tackling rough sleeping. Key homelessness services, which are at risk of closure, will also be able to apply for grants of up to £25k to help them find ways of securing their futures.

The Fund will particularly encourage applications from areas that

  • are experiencing high levels of homelessness and rough sleeping
  • are keen to adopt No Second Night Out (NSNO) - an initiative that involves having the right services in place to make sure that anyone who ends up on the streets gets rapid help so they don’t spend a second night out

Large Grants of up to £200k will aim to support services in the transition to rolling out NSNO principles and developing other innovations to end rough sleeping. Grants will target areas of high homelessness based on local data and the criteria for funding will be focused on the key principles and pledges of NSNO. Grants over two years will be made available in two rounds of funding opening in April 2012 and Autumn 2012.

Small Grants up to £25k will aim to protect and enhance essential and strategically critical services for single homeless people and support them in the transition to becoming sustainable. This programme will support homelessness organisations who are at risk of closure, change the way they work so that critical services can continue to help people off the streets. Grants over one year will be available – this will be a rolling programme. 

Voluntary sector and non-profit organisations that provide services to single homeless people can apply. Priority will be given to organisations that spend more than 50% of their income on addressing single homelessness. Applications are also welcome from consortia of organisations that are led by a homelessness agency.

In 2012, the fund will make £8m in grants available through two programmes:

Main Grants: ‘To support services in the transition to rolling out ‘No Second Night Out’ principles and developing other innovations to end rough sleeping.’ Grants will target areas of high homelessness based on local data and the criteria for funding will be focused on the key principles and pledges of NSNO. Grants of up to £200,000 over two years will be made available in two rounds of funding opening in April 2012 and Autumn 2012. More information will be made available in April regarding the application process and criteria.

Small Grants: ‘To protect and enhance essential and strategically critical services for single homeless people and support them in the transition to becoming sustainable’. This programme will support homelessness organisations who are at risk of closure, change the way they work so that critical services can continue to help people off the streets. Grants of up to £25,000 over 1 year will be available – this will be a rolling programme.

For more information visit www.homeless.org.uk/fund

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Nominet Trust (UK)

Funding: No upper/lower limit. Up to three years

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 1st May 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: FINE

Funding is available to organisations with innovative IT related project ideas that can make a positive difference to disadvantaged and vulnerable groups - in the UK, developing countries and around the world. 

The aim of the Trust is to fund innovative internet projects that make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people, primarily in terms of education, safety and inclusion. The Trust is particularly interested in funding projects that can be scaled up and replicated. There must be evidence of need.

While match-funding is not a pre-requisite, if applicants are seeking funding of over £100,000, it is recommended that they investigate other sources of revenue funding before submitting an application.

Organisations wishing to apply need initially to complete and online eligibility questionnaire.

For more information visit www.nominettrust.org.uk/

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People’s Health Trust small grants for North East now open (Tyne & Wear)

Funding: £5,000 - £10,000

Open to: VCSE (annual income less than £75,000 per year)

Deadline: 16th April 2012

Type of funder: Health Lottery
Source: GrantsOnline / FINE

The Health Lottery is made up of 51 local society lotteries and funding has been rolling out across England, Scotland and Wales since its launch last year. Projects in Newcastle upon Tyne, North / South Tyneside, Gateshead and Sunderland are now able to apply for the funding raised by their local lottery, HealthRespect.

Funding will support activities aiming to help people live longer and healthier lives. The Trust is keen to support grassroots activities targeting people at higher risk of experiencing poor health, activity that can show it is needed in the neighbourhoods in which it will be delivered. 

For more information and to apply visit www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/index.php/apply-for-funding/small-grant-programmes   

 

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Play Your Part (North East)

Funding: Not specified

Open to: Individuals

Deadline: 2nd April 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Direct / FINE

This fund provides bursary support for young people aged 18-25 from the North East (Northumberland, Newcastle, North Tyneside, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland, County Durham, Darlington, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Redcar & Cleveland and Hartlepool) who have Games Maker volunteer places at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. It is anticipated that the fund will be able to support at least 25 young people.

Applicants must be in genuine need of financial support to benefit from the volunteering opportunity (i.e. costs of accommodation in London, transport to/from London and daily living expenses other than travel in London).

For more information and to apply visit www.communityfoundation.org.uk/connect/funds/play-your-part

 

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Summer Schools Fund (England)

Funding: Up to £500 per pupil; see text

Open to: See text

Deadline: 30th April 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

The Department for Education has announced its £50m Summer Schools Fund to help support up to 100,000 pupils making the transition from primary to secondary school is open for applications.

This transitional period has been identified by Ofsted research as a time where performance can take a significant dip. Secondary schools can apply for up to £500 for every disadvantaged pupil taking part in a two-week summer school. The funding applies to all pupils transferring in to Year 7 who are on Free School Meals; or have been looked after in public care continuously for six months. Schools will be free to ask third parties, such as voluntary groups, to run the summer schools for them or work together with other schools.

Examples of activities that the funding could be used for includes transitional activities such as meeting teachers, having a tour of the school or learning more about their new curriculum, to build on schools' own induction arrangements. This will help pupils familiarise themselves with their new environment and give them a flying start.

For more information visit www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium/b00204241/ssprog

 

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Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund (UK)

Funding: Up to £15,000 per year, up to three years

Open to: Registered charities (or in process of application)

Deadline: None; next meeting in June

Type of funder: Charity

Source: FINE

The Fund’s priorities are

  • Helping disadvantaged young people - to support projects working with disadvantaged young people to ensure that they are given every possible chance to meet their full potential and to participate fully in society. Normally define young people as being aged from 5 to 30 years
  • Offenders and ex-offenders, particularly those under 30 years of age - will fund work that addresses the social and economic problems faced by this group and their families, and provide them with support, life skills training and a way back into education, training and/or employment, so that they may reintegrate and make a positive contribution to society

The Fund is especially interested in helping smaller organisations which offer direct services. Applicants must show that they have investigated other sources of funding and made plans for the future, which should include replacement funding if appropriate. To be eligible for funding, local organisations such as those working in a village, estate or small town should normally have an income of less than about £100,000. Those working across the UK should normally have an income of not more than about £250,000.

They particularly welcome applications for pump-priming grants and prefer to support projects where the grant will be used for an identified purpose. They will consider applications for core funding, such as general administration and training that enable an organisation to develop and maintain expertise. They will not fund building work but may help with the cost of equipment or furnishings

For more information and to apply visit www.weavers.org.uk/charitable-grants/grant-application-guidelines or contact on 020 7606 1155 / charity@weavers.org.uk  

 

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Funding Information

 

Big Society Capital

Source: Civil Society / FINE

Big Society Capital is expected to open for business at the end of the month, after receiving confirmation that the Financial Services Authority is “minded to approve” its application. A spokesman said that there was no a specific date for the launch, but it was expected to be towards the end of March.

Big Society Capital will be a ‘wholesaler’ to social investment intermediaries, and expects to be funded with £100m from dormant accounts and £50m from four high-street banks in its first year. Overall it expects to have £600m of committed funds - £400m from dormant accounts and £200m from high-street banks, over a four-year period

It has already made around £4m in investments through an interim committee which has been set up to make investments on behalf of Big Society Capital.

www.civilsociety.co.uk/finance/news/content/11735/big_society_capital_nears_launch?utm_source=7+March+Fundraising&utm_campaign=7+March+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

 

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Budget will reveal new funding for civil society advice services

Source: Civil Society / FINE

The Government will commit an extra tranche of funding in the forthcoming Budget for civil society advice services. Chief Secretary to the Treasury says that the additional money would be allocated to help the sector cope with changes in the Legal Aid Bill.

www.civilsociety.co.uk/finance/news/content/11716/budget_will_reveal_funding_for_civil_society_advice_services

 

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Camelot threatens judicial review application over Health Lottery concerns

Source: Third Sector / FINE

Camelot, the operator of the National Lottery, has threatened to apply for a judicial review if the Gambling Commission does not take regulatory action against the Health Lottery. In a letter to the commission, Camelot said it might apply for a review of the regulator’s decision not to revoke or suspend the Health Lottery’s licence. Camelot alleges that the Health Lottery is in breach of the Gambling Act 2005, which allows "society lotteries" to band together under one brand providing they are independent entities.

Camelot alleges that the 51 community interest companies linked to the Health Lottery are not separate entities because they share the same directors and registered office. Other lottery legislation permits the existence of only one national lottery.

www.thirdsector.co.uk/bulletin/third_sector_daily_bulletin/article/1120821/camelot-threatens-judicial-review-application-health-lottery-concerns/?DCMP=EMC-CONThirdSectorDaily

 

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FA and Vauxhall invest through Sportsmatch

Source: Direct / FINE

The FA and Vauxhall Motors have announced a new initiative aimed at tackling drop out from football by 14 to 17 year olds, with Sport England agreeing to match-fund £100,000 of Vauxhall’s investment through Sportsmatch.

The FA and Vauxhall will offer a recreational form of football in after-school clubs which will be run by specialist FA coaches. The FA and Vauxhall will appoint eight full-time specialist coaches to run up to 40 sessions per week across England for both boys and girls with the intention that they will inspire teenagers to get back into affiliated football in either small-sided or 11 v 11 formats.

The Sportsmatch programme brings additional funding to not-for-profit organisations that have secured sponsorship from the commercial sector, private individuals or charitable trusts to deliver new projects that get people playing and enjoying sport. 

www.sportengland.org/funding/sportsmatch.aspx

 

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Improved grants search on BIG website

Source: Direct / FINE

BIG are developing a new version of their main website. A major new feature will be a map based search of the grants awarded which will replace the current grants search with its admittedly clunky user interface.

The challenge is that a percentage of awards are attributed to the postcode from where the application came which in some cases is not the same location as where the project takes place or beneficiaries of it are. Chief Executive, Peter Wanless has blogged about how this affects statistics about Lottery where funding goes:

http://peterwanless.biglotteryfund.org.uk/2011/10/04/what-does-it-mean-to-distribute-lottery-funding-fairly/

Following some of their thinking around People Powered Change in England BIG believe that is much that can be achieved by sharing and seeking ideas and inputs from others working in this area, so an idea is to crowdsource the correct data.

On the grants search section of the new website users will be able to confirm or correct the location of each BIG funded project.

They’d like to hear from people who have experience of crowdsourcing like this - email webmaster@biglotteryfund.org.uk. They state that they are however definitely not looking for consultancy or development agencies.

 

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National Lottery expansion could raise extra £1.7bn   

Source: Civil Society / FINE

The National Lottery operator has won permission to expand its retail network by 8,000 outlets and claims the move will bring in an additional £1.7bn in lottery funding.

www.civilsociety.co.uk/fundraising/news/content/11721/national_lottery_expansion_could_raise_extra_17bn?utm_source=6+March+Fundraising&utm_campaign=6+March+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

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Research shows a shift from grant funding to contracting

Source: Clinks / FINE

The 2012 NCVO Civil Society Almanac suggests that a major shift from grant funding to contracting by local public bodies is taking place. Based on figures up to 2010, the Almanac shows public sector grant funding has fallen dramatically since 2005 - and fell by £500m between 2007/08 and 2009/10. These figures reflect the position prior to the recent big reductions in public spending, which have resulted in much publicised further cuts to grant funding during 2010/11 and 2011/12.

www.navca.org.uk/news/view-article/new-data-reveals-damaging-decline-in-grant-funding-for-charities

 

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Spacehive

Source: FINE

Spacehive helps communities transform their local public spaces (anything in a public space - or somewhere the community can freely access). Anyone can put forward project ideas and anyone can fund them, financially or in kind. A dedicated management tool will help get projects funded and built.

Spacehive helps projects attract fans and volunteers, build mailing lists, and spread the word using social media. It's free to upload projects and donate. Spacehive charge an administration fee only if a project successfully hits its funding goal. The fees are: 3.75% on the first £500k, 2.5% on the next £500k and 1.5% thereafter.

http://spacehive.com/

 

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Work Programme primes 'claiming payment for other agencies' work'

Source: Civil Society / FINE

Some Work Programme prime contractors are referring clients to voluntary sector agencies without telling the agencies, and then claiming payment for helping the client find a job.

www.civilsociety.co.uk/finance/news/content/11725/work_programme_primes_claiming_payment_for_other_agencies_work?utm_source=6+March+Fundraising&utm_campaign=6+March+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

 

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Events and Training

Two events for Tyne and Wear organisations:
Leading Through Change – a Pentagon Partnership Business Plus event

When: 18th April 2012, 9am-1pm

Where: Linskill Centre, North Shields

Cost: Free

This practical workshop is aimed at managers and leaders from Tyne and Wear’s Voluntary and Community Sector. The workshop will be delivered by Helen Highley from Brightpurpose, and is designed to give leaders and managers the skills and confidence to lead their organisations through a difficult period of change, and emerge stronger for the future. The key topics covered during the workshop are:

  • psychological reactions to change and how to navigate these
  • preparing people for change
  • communicating change effectively
  • understanding and managing your own reactions to change – maintaining resilience

To book a place email jon.goodwin@voda.org.uk.

 

Charities, trading and the law: an Enterprising Charities event

When: 17th April 2012, 12-2pm (includes networking lunch)

Where: Gateshead CAB (Davidson Building, NE8 1BG)

Cost: Free

This event is open to registered charities and constituted VCS organisations and will include the following sessions:

  • Social enterprise and trading – is it for you? (Jon Goodwin, Pentagon Partnership)
  • What are the legal implications and considerations for charities that trade? (Fiona Wharton, Ward Hadaway Law Firm)

Sustainable Enterprise Strategies (SES) offer a range of free support to organisations who want to explore trading and social enterprise; Toni Clarke from SES will also be on hand to explain how they can help.

To book a place email jon.goodwin@voda.org.uk

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Closing dates:

 

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)

http://www.communities.gov.uk/regeneration/regenerationfunding/
europeanregionaldevelopment/northeast/makinganapplication/callsforproposals/

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 2

Play Your Part

http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/connect/funds/play-your-part

6/2012

Apr 15

Ben & Jerry’s Join Our Core

http://www.joinourcore.com/

4/2012

Apr 16

People’s Health Trust small grants

http://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/index.php/apply-for-funding/small-grant-programmes   

6/2012

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

Apr 30

Co-operative Customer Donation Fund

http://www.co-operativebank.co.uk/servlet/Satellite/1196151412586,CFSweb/Page/Business-CommunityBanking

6/2012

Apr 30

Summer Schools Fund

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium/b00204241/ssprog

6/2012

May 1

Baily Thomas Charitable Fund

http://www.bailythomas.org.uk/applications/meetingsanddeadlines

6/2012

May 1

Nominet Trust

http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/

6/2012

May 9

Comic Relief - International Grants Programme

http://www.comicrelief.com/apply-for-a-grant/apply-for-an-international-grant

6/2012

May 11

Community Radio Fund

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/broadcasting/radio/community-radio-fund/?a=0

6/2012

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

May 18

David Dockray West End Young People’s Fund

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

6/2012

May 18

John D Fund

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

6/2012

May 25

P&G Charitable Fund

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

6/2012

Jun 13

Regional Growth Fund

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

5/2012

Jul 31

Anchor Foundation

http://www.theanchorfoundation.org.uk/index.html

6/2012

Aug 30

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

Open (Priority 1 & 2)

http://www.communities.gov.uk/regeneration/regenerationfunding/europeanregionaldevelopment/northeast/
makinganapplication/callsforproposals/

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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