Funding Article

News You Can Use: Issue #9: 25 April 2012

25th, April 2012

Funding Opportunities

Funding Information

Events and Training


Closing Dates

 


Funding Opportunities

Cable & Wireless Worldwide Foundation (UK)

Funding: Up to £10,000

Open to: Not-for-profit

Deadline: 25th June 2012

Type of funder: Company

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

The Cable & Wireless Worldwide Foundation is inviting organisations that work with people who have special needs to apply for grants of up to £10,000.

Charities must fulfil two sets of criteria:

  • to be an organisation or individual that supports people with special needs (people with physical, mental, behavioural and / or learning problems, also the circumstances that create an exceptional situation requiring individualised educational programmes, physical accessibility or care requirements)
  • to use the funds to help improve communications, such as websites

For more information and to apply visit www.cw.com/about-us/cww-foundation/ or email Foundation@cw.com

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Canoe Foundation (UK)

Funding: Up to £2,000. Capital

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 6th June 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: SYFAB / FINE

The Canoe Foundation makes awards to groups to promote canoeing ventures for young and/or disabled people. Criteria for funding:

  • Applications which support groups or provide equipment which can be used by a range of individuals and are clearly sustainable, are more likely to be successful
  • Applications for individuals are normally only accepted when there are special circumstances. Funding for individuals taking part in expeditions will not normally be considered
  • Funding is only provided for capital costs and will not be given for revenue funding. For example funding will not be provided for paid staff, coaches, travel, accommodation costs or pool hire etc
  • Generally only BCU approved coaching award courses will be funded
  • Applications from commercial watersports centres will not be considered
  • In general, funding will only be released on the receipt of appropriate invoices
  • Partnership funding, sponsorship, funding ‘in-kind’ or funding from other BCU funds must be clearly shown

For more information and to apply visit www.canoefoundation.org.uk/cf/index.cfm/grants/ or contact on 0300 011 9502 / info@canoefoundation.org.uk

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Community Learning Pilot Scheme (England)

Funding: See text

Open to: SFA funded provider; see text

Deadline: 25th May 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: SYFAB / FINE

The Skills Funding Agency is giving community learning providers the chance to become part of its Community Learning Pilot Scheme.

The scheme aims to allow local communities to take charge of their own community learning development by:

  • focusing public funding on disadvantaged people who are less likely to participate, including those who live in in rural areas, and those on low incomes with low skills
  • gathering fee income from those who can afford to pay, and use this income to include those who cannot
  • increasing participation by supporting progression relevant to personal circumstances
  • creating stronger communities with more self-sufficient, pro-active citizens
  • commissioning, delivering and supporting learning in ways that contribute directly to the above objectives

Proposals must be submitted by a provider directly funded by the Skills Funding Agency from the £210 million Community Learning budget. Providers of the schemes will be expected to work in collaboration with other community partners. Between ten and fifteen pilots will be selected.

For more information and to apply visit www.bis.gov.uk/policies/further-education-skills/learners/informal-adult-learning/community-learning-trust-pilots

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Get Closer to Nature (UK)

Funding: Up to £1,500

Open to: Individuals / VCSE / Schools

Deadline: 4th June 2012

Type of funder: Company

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

Arla Foods UK plc has announced that it is inviting applications for funding through its “Get Closer to Nature” Grants Programme. Through the programme, grants are available to enable children to get closer to nature. The type of activities that could be funded can include:

  • transforming derelict ground into a beautiful flower garden for the local community to enjoy
  • clearing an overgrown path to reveal a previously inaccessible area of nature, adding benches to allow everyone to benefit from it
  • transforming a city centre patch of concrete into a haven for local birds
  • creating a vegetable patch at your local school to help kids to learn about where food comes from
  • bringing just-laid eggs into the city by setting up an urban chicken run 

Tips for applications include:

  • Get the wider community involved in planning the project
  • Check any details around planning permission
  • Think about the seasons – what time of year would be best for activity
  • Is the project wildlife friendly
  • Bring applications to life – drawings, photos and videos etc

For more information and to apply visit www.kidsclosertonature.co.uk/closer-to-nature-grants

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IdeasTap (UK)

Funding: £1,000 (ten projects will be funded)

Open to: Young people (16-25 years)

Deadline: 22nd June 2012

Type of funder: Not for profit

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

IdeasTap, a non-for-profit initiative supports young creative people between 16 and 25 years of age, has announced that its Ideas Fund Innovators is open to applications.

In the past, Ideas Tap have funded everything from dance and film projects to music videos and photography collectives. Applications from any creative field will be considered. 

Ideas Tap are looking for projects that are inspiring, original, innovative and that Ideas Tap think can be delivered. All projects will be judged according to the following criteria:

  • In what ways is the project innovative and new?
  • How does the project meet the needs of an audience/market?
  • Is the project properly costed and can it be effectively managed?
  • How will the project inspire the IdeasTap community and be showcased online?

The following projects are not eligible:

  • Individuals/projects which will use the fund solely for the purchase of equipment
  • Individuals that will use the Fund to support themselves in everyday living expenses
  • Training or professional development activities
  • Projects which have taken place before the assessment of the application
  • Costs that are already covered by other funding
  • Fundraising events
  • Activities for formal educational purposes set out by the National Curriculum,
  • Self-promotional activities which do not benefit young people, the promotion of learning or creativity
  • The designing and building of websites

Projects must take place between July 2012 and March 2013.

For more information and to apply visit www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/b4b43690-4c49-44a7-abe7-a01d00b34a70#Overview

 

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MSE Charity (UK)

Funding: Up to £5,000 groups / £500 individuals

Open to: Constituted groups (inc. schools)

Deadline: 31st May 2012. Re-opens 1st May 2012. The period may close earlier once 40 completed applications that meet the criteria have been posted

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Funding Insight / FINE

The MSE Charity provides grants to constituted community based groups to help fight financial and consumer illiteracy and to educate and inform adults and children about consumer and debt issues. Grants are available for group projects such as self-help groups, workshops and other innovative schemes that seek to educate people about money, debt and consumer issues.

Groups must demonstrate that

  • projects will assist people to improve their quality of life through knowledge and understanding of how to manage and take control of their own financial situation
  • they have researched and assessed the need for the project
  • the project will make a significant difference to the beneficiaries
  • the project will also provide outcomes that will benefit their wider communities
  • they have the skills, ability and experience to deliver the project

MSE Charity will consider full project cost recovery, but costs must only relate to the project itself and not the organisations core funding. Projects must provide value for money and should seek to provide long term solutions rather than short one off events.

For existing projects with a proven success record, consideration will only be given to those that can demonstrate that funding will be used to extend the project beyond its existing boundaries in terms of the scope of project, number of beneficiaries and/or time frame.

For more information and to apply visit www.msecharity.com/home.aspx

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Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation (UK)

Funding: £5,000 - £15,000

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 15th September 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Funding Insight

The main objectives of the foundation are to support projects with the following themes:

  • Peace and Sustainable Security - development of ways of resolving violent conflicts peacefully, and of addressing their underlying causes
  • Environmental Sustainability - work that addresses the pressures and conditions that risk global environmental breakdown

They do not fund:

  • organisations or work outside the UK (unless they are linked with a UK registered charity / doing work of international focus)
  • grants to individuals
  • travel bursaries (including overseas placements & expeditions)
  • study / academic research
  • capital projects
  • environmental/ ecological conservation
  • international agencies and overseas appeals
  • general appeals
  • human rights work (except where it relates to peace and environmental sustainability)

Grants are made for between one and three years. Priority will be given to small, pioneering organisations. They usually support organisations for whom the grant would represent between 5% and 50% of their annual income (organisations with an annual income of between £10,000 and £300,000 approximately).

For more information visit www.polden-puckham.org.uk/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1 or email ppcf@polden-puckham.org.uk

 

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Policy and Representation Partnership policy work (North East)

Funding: Not specified

Open to: VCSE

Deadline: 25th May 2012

Type of funder: Charity

Source: Direct / FINE

The Partnership examines six policy topics concerning issues affecting the sector each year, through research and consultations. Policy papers are produced and shared with policy-makers. By the end of the project, 24 different policy topics will have been examined.

The Partnership has been successful in securing additional funding to allow them to continue our work for a further year. They are therefore seeking detailed proposals which cover the policy themes listed below and that will be related to the development of public policies or practices in the North East. It is expected that proposals will clearly demonstrate the difference that the proposed work will have on that particular policy area and take into consideration equalities issues.

The Partnership would like to invite proposals under the following themes:

  • Poverty
  • Changes to the Benefits System
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Children and Families
  • Carers Issues
  • Local Enterprise Partnerships
  • Community Development

Projects must be finished by 30th June 2013. Proposals will not be considered for:

  • help for individuals
  • service provision or care
  • purely academic or desk-based research
  • general awareness raising activities, including festivals and similar large scale public events
  • work outside North East England
  • Party political activities

Further information can be found at: www.vonne.org.uk/policy/partnership/policytopics/?flink=800.

An information session has been arranged for 3rd May from 9.30am–12.30pm at St Cuthbert’s Hospice in Durham for anyone interested in submitting a proposal. To book a place email natalie.maidment@vonne.org.uk

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Tilley Awards 2012 (England)

Funding: Not specified

Open to: See text

Deadline: 27th June 2012

Type of funder: Government

Source: Grants Online / FINE

The Home Office Tilley Awards recognise innovative crime fighting projects where police, community groups and the public successfully work together to identify and tackle local crime problems. The awards are open to any crime reduction or community safety agency in England and Wales (charities must be registered).

The Awards focus on a problem solving crime prevention model known as SARA: 

  • Scanning for problems that are a priority for the local community
  • Analysing available evidence sources such as local crime data, local intelligence obtained from strategic and delivery partners and feedback from the local community
  • developing the best Response to address the problem
  • Assessing the impact of that response

The 2012 competition invites applications from projects that can demonstrate that they have successfully tackled crime within one or more of the following areas:

  • Projects led by non-police agencies
  • Offender based approaches
  • Gang and youth violence
  • Violence against women and girls
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Acquisitive crime
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Community activism involving young people
  • Vulnerable groups
  • Other types of crime

For more information and to apply visit www.homeoffice.gov.uk/crime/partnerships/tilley-awards/tilley-awards-2012 or contact on 0207 035 3228 / TilleyAwards2012@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk  

A roadshow will be held in Durham 31st May 2012, 9:30am-16:30pm, at the Town Hall.

 

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Village SOS Funding (England)

Funding: £10,000 - £50,000

Open to: VCSE, parish/town/community councils

Deadline: 12th September 2012

Type of funder: Lottery

Source: NCVO

Big Lottery Fund has announced a new round of Village SOS funding totalling £4million to support rural community enterprises across the UK.

Grants will be available for projects in rural villages or small rural towns with fewer than 3,000 people. Voluntary and community groups or organisations are eligible to apply, as are parish, town or community councils, provided local residents have clearly shaped the project.

A community enterprise is a business that is owned and run by the community. With time, a community enterprise should be able to sustain itself without having to rely on grants or other public funding and any profit is reinvested back in to the community. The Fund will fund a whole range of community enterprise ideas, such as village shops, community transport, training schemes, cafes and tea rooms, woodland projects, broadband initiatives, energy schemes and much more besides. They are interested in original ideas that really take advantage of local assets, whether human or physical.

They will only consider one application per village. Groups can apply for building works or refurbishment, however:

  • they will not pay for the purchase of land or buildings
  • applicants must own the building or hold a lease that cannot be ended for at least five years
  • they will not pay for the costs of constructing a completely new building

For more information and to apply visit  www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_village_sos?utm_source=Linx+224+-+19+April&utm_campaign=linx225&utm_medium=email

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Women Make Music (UK)

Funding: Up to £5,000

Open to: Women musicians

Deadline: 17th May 2012 / 10th October 2012

Type of funder: Foundation

Source: Grants Online / FINE

The Performing Right Society (PRS) has announced that its Women Make Music grant scheme is now open for applications. Through the programme, financial support women musicians; new music in any genre is welcome.

The aims of Women Make Music are as follows:

  • Break down assumptions and stereotypes within the music industry by encouraging role models for future generations
  • Raise awareness of the gender gap and to ensure that women are aware that support for new music is available to them
  • Increase the profile of women who are creating new music in the UK
  • Stimulate new collaborations between organisations and female music creators

Through the scheme support is available to both individuals and organisations / groups, including

  • solo performer
  • solo songwriter or composer
  • promoter or event producer
  • band/ensemble/orchestra
  • collective
  • charity
  • community interest company
  • company limited by guarantee
  • local authority
  • school, college or university
  • festival/promoter

For more information and to apply visit www.prsformusicfoundation.com/Partnerships/Flagship-Programmes/Women-Make-Music


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Funding Information

 

Cap on tax relief

Source: FINE / various

There have been many views surrounding the proposed cap on tax relief announced in the recent Budget; a sample is given below. The proposed cap, which will limit the amount of tax relief individuals can claim to a quarter of their income or £50,000, whichever is higher, from April 2013, was announced in this year’s Budget. It affects donations under Gift Aid, gifts of land and shares, payroll giving and two non-philanthropic reliefs involving loans to business and business losses. The Government has announced that it will put the proposals to formal consultation.

  • NCVO have said it had received a confirmation email from the Treasury confirming that community investment tax relief will also be affected but could give no further details

http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/bulletin/third_sector_daily_bulletin/article/1128094/social-investment-will-hit-governments-cap-tax-reliefs-says-ncvo/?DCMP=EMC-CONThirdSectorDaily

  • Deputy Prime Minister tells the BBC that the coalition doesn't want to damage charities, but he is not in favour of 'an unlimited allowance'

http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/bulletin/third_sector_daily_bulletin/article/1127525/government-will-look-sympathetically-tax-relief-cap-says-clegg/?DCMP=EMC-CONThirdSectorDaily

  • The independence of the Charity Commission has been called into question by Sir Stephen Bubb who says the regulator should have piped up against government claims of tax avoidance through dodgy charities

http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/fundraising/news/content/12178/bubb_charity_commission_should_have_defended_tax_cap_claims?utm_source=24+April+Fundraising&utm_campaign=24+April+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

 

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Coalfields Regeneration Trust

Source: Direct / FINE

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust North East Office has now moved to the Business Innovation Centre in Sunderland. The new number is:  0191 516 6344. For Level 1 Grant Enquiries (small grants up to £5,000) voluntary and community groups can now use the free phone number: 08000 648 560

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Free consultancy for ‘anchor’ organisations

Source: SYFAB / FINE

Community Matters and Locality (the Community Alliance) are able to offer free consultancy support over this financial year to a number of ‘community anchor’ organisations (organisations providing a wider range of services to all sections of the community) to help improve their sustainability. The areas they are looking to develop are:

  • well run
  • financially sound
  • delivering high quality outcomes

They will have an initial chat to check whether they can help, and then send someone out to do an assessment. They will discuss how the organisation would like to develop. If they are able to offer support, they will develop a plan based around their particular needs. Organisations will need to be able to take up the support on offer straight away and all support needs to be completed by March 2013.

Contact Richard Bridge on 0207 837 7887 / richard.bridge@communitymatters.org.uk

 

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Government unveils new community rights site   

Source: Third Sector / FINE

The Government has launched a new community rights microsite that offers a range of support to help local community groups. The site can be found at http://communityrights.communities.gov.uk/ The aim is to “give power to communities to support their neighbourhoods”. It does this through a mixture of advice, support resources, case studies and regular news updates.

The site hopes to inspire people to take ownership of their local area, with guides on how to run a local service, shape local development and taking over a local building. A range of changing community rights and what they mean for citizens are also explained on the site.

http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/governance/news/content/12117/government_unveils_new_community_rights_site?utm_source=16+April+Fundraising&utm_campaign=16+April+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

 

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Lloyds TSB Foundation

Source: UK Fundraising / FINE

Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales will receive the same income for 2012 as 2011. It will receive £25.2m from Lloyds Banking Group, with which it has a nine year funding agreement, with guaranteed funding of over £50 million for the next two years.

http://www.fundraising.co.uk/news/2012/04/18/lloyds-tsb-foundation-england-and-wales-secures-same-funding-2011

 

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Sir Bobby Robson Foundation ISA

Source: Third Sector / FINE

Newcastle Building Society has launched this charity ISA with the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. It offers savers a rate of up to 2.6 per cent, while paying an additional 0.1 per cent of the average balance held in all Sir Bobby Robson Foundation ISAs at the end of each month to the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation annually. This translates as £10 per £10,000.

http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/finance/news/content/12044/newcastle_building_society_launches_charity_isa?utm_source=2+April+Fundraising&utm_campaign=2+April+Fundraising&utm_medium=email

 

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Vital Signs research

Source: VONNE / FINE

Community Foundation for Tyne & Wear and Northumberland is conducting a piece of research. The purpose is to gather intelligence about key issues and gaps in provision to help the Foundation's donors target their funding in a more strategic and effective way to the real priorities.

The research has 12 themes, and a key part of the process is tapping into the knowledge the VCS has about the most significant challenges facing communities. The current work is for Tyne and Wear (Northumberland later), and they would really appreciate help from the sector with views about the most important priorities under any of the themes suggested along with any evidence.

Roger Mould, formerly of Newcastle CVS, is conducting the research on behalf of the Foundation. Contact him with views on 01207 543106 or email rogmould@gmail.com 


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Events and Training

Entrepreneurial Planning for Future Success
When
: 17th May 2012
Where: The Beacon, Westgate Road, Newcastle
Cost: 17 May – The Beacon, Westgate Road, Newcastle
This is part of a series of free events organised by Enterprising Newcastle and richardsonhowarth. ‘Future Proof’ is an informative and interactive programme which has been designed and developed to help Third Sector organisations become more entrepreneurial and self sustaining. The key message throughout the programme is how to be more entrepreneurial and business-like in everything you do. For more information and to book visit

www.nesep.co.uk/currentevents/events/entrepreneurial-planning-for-future-success/  

 

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Institute of Fundraising North East bi-monthly group meeting

When: 23rd May 2012, 4-6pm

Where: As You Like It bar, Newcastle

Cost: £3 if pre-booked

Speakers will be Jo Barnett, Chief Executive Officer of Virgin Money (the new owners of Northern Rock) and Andy Ditchburn, Creative Director for Perro

Design and Communication.

For more information visit www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk/groups/regional-north-east Email catrina.flynn@ageuk-northumberland.org.uk by 15th May to confirm attendance (£3 per person if pre-booked).

 

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Link up and Learn

When / Where / Cost: See within text

The Small Charities Coalition, is holding this workshop and networking event specifically targeted at small charities (annual income less than £1m). The ‘link up and learn’ days are precisely that. The idea is that small charities will link up with others and gain new contacts which will give access to advice and support in the future.

The day event:

When: 12th June 2012, 9:30am – 4:15pm

Where: Ellison Building, Northumbria University
Cost: £20 per person (£25 when bought with an evening ticket)

Workshops include:

  • Duties of a trustee
  • Raising funds from local community and events
  • How to avoid the bin – bid writing
  • Property matters
  • Risk management
  • Communications on a shoestring
  • Fundraising planning
  • Technology planning
  • Fundraising and boards
  • Business planning
  • Gift aid and tax

They will be delivered by

  • Hempsons
  • Santander Foundation
  • Ethical Property Foundation
  • Media Trust
  • Institute of Fundraising
  • Lasa
  • BSS
  • Charity tax group

At lunch there’ll be briefings and exhibitors to talk to, plus networking opportunities.

The evening event

When: 11th June 2012, from 6pm
Where: Civic Centre, Newcastle
Cost: £10 per person (£25 when bought with a day ticket)

On the evening before the main event there will be a 'meet the funders' event with drinks and opportunity to network with fellow small charities, funders and supporters of the event and staff & volunteers of the Small Charities Coalition

For more information and to book visit http://www.smallcharities.org.uk/link-up-and-learn-2012/

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Social Enterprise, Reoffending and Criminal Justice: What Works?

When: 22nd May 2012

Where: Joachim Room, Durham University

Cost: Free

This conference marks the launch of SERIF – the Social Enterprise Research and Innovation Foundation - a new think tank established by the social enterprise research consultancy The Ideas Mine and the Universities of Durham and Sunderland. It aims to bring together academics, policy makers, practitioners and social entrepreneurs, to explore the role that social enterprise can have in reducing reoffending.

For more information visit www.nesep.co.uk/currentevents/events/social-enterprise-reoffending-and-criminal-justice/. To book a place, email info@serif-foundation.org or call 0191 272 0112

 

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Closing Dates:

 

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

Alcohol Fund http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/communities/alcoholprospectus

7/2012

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

Out and About Fund at the Community Foundation

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

8/2012

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 17

Women Make Music

http://www.prsformusicfoundation.com/Partnerships/Flagship-Programmes/Women-Make-Music

9/2012

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

Community Learning Pilot Scheme

www.bis.gov.uk/policies/further-education-skills/learners/informal-adult-learning/community-learning-trust-pilots

9/2012

May 25

Policy and Representation Partnership policy work

http://www.vonne.org.uk/policy/partnership/policytopics/?flink=800

9/2012

May 25

P&G Charitable Fund

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

6/2012

May 31

MSE Charity

https://www.msecharity.com/home.aspx

9/2012

May 31

Youth Challenge Fund

http://www.ukgermanconnection.org/youth-challenge-fund

7/2012

May 31

North East ERDF Local Management Committee Call for Proposals

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

8/2012

June 4

Get Closer to Nature

http://www.kidsclosertonature.co.uk/closer-to-nature-grants

9/2012

June 6

Canoe Foundation http://www.canoefoundation.org.uk/cf/index.cfm/grants/

9/2012

Jun 13

Regional Growth Fund

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

5/2012

Jun 15

Durham University bursaries

www.dur.ac.uk/sass/cayw/

8/2012

Jun 22

IdeasTap

http://www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/b4b43690-4c49-44a7-abe7-a01d00b34a70#Overview

9/2012

Jun 25

Cable & Wireless Worldwide Foundation

 http://www.cw.com/about-us/cww-foundation/

9/2012

Jun 27

Tilley Awards 2012

www.homeoffice.gov.uk/crime/partnerships/tilley-awards/tilley-awards-2012

9/2012

Jul 31

Gardening grants

http://www.flowershow.org.uk/about-nehs/nehs-grants-scheme/

8/2012

Jul 31

Heritage Lottery: All Our Stories

http://www.hlf.org.uk/HowToApply/programmes/Pages/Allourstories.aspx

8/2012

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

Sep 12

Village SOS Funding

http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_village_sos?utm_source=Linx+224+-+19+April&utm_campaign=linx225&utm_medium=email

9/2012

Sep 15

Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation

http://www.polden-puckham.org.uk/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

9/2012

Oct 10

Women Make Music

http://www.prsformusicfoundation.com/Partnerships/Flagship-Programmes/Women-Make-Music

9/2012

 

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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