Community Facilities Programme (Wales)

21st September 2016 Callum Jones 0

Community Facilities Programme (Wales) Description – Grants are available for community-led voluntary and community sector organisations to develop and improve community facilities in Wales in order to tackle poverty and its effects. Current Status – Open for Applications Maximum value: – £ 500,000 Objectives of Fund – The aim of the Programme is to develop and improve facilities for communities in order to tackle poverty and its effects. Value Notes – Grants of up to £500,000 are available. Applications for under £10,000 will not usually be considered. Match Funding Restrictions – Applications for 100% funding will only be considered in exceptional circumstances where projects can demonstrate that funding was not available elsewhere. Match funding can be in cash or in kind.  Who Can Apply Applications […]

Heritage Lottery Fund Workshops for New Grants Programme

20th September 2016 Callum Jones 0

The Heritage Lottery Fund is providing pre-application information workshops across the UK in preparation for the launch of its new £10 million Kick the Dust grants programme on 23 September. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) will open its new Kick the Dust grants programme which is intended to support ambitious youth-focused projects that transform how heritage organisations engage with young people (aged 11 to 25 years). Grants of between £500,000 and £1 million for projects that take between three to five years to complete will be available to consortia of three or more organisations, including heritage and youth organisations. The funding is intended to: Make heritage relevant to more and a greater diversity of young people, building on their needs and interests. Increase the ambition, […]

Home Office Launches Hate Crime Community Project Fund for England and Wales

19th September 2016 Callum Jones 0

The Home Office is making £300,000 available to community-led organisations or consortia that work with groups who are vulnerable to hate crime for innovative community projects that prevent hate crime in England and Wales. Hate crimes are crimes that are motivated by hostility on the grounds of race (including colour, nationality and citizenship, religion, ethnicity and national origin), disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. The Home Office is looking for motivated and creative community groups or consortia to develop innovative programmes that help to prevent hate crime and issues associated with it. The programme development must involve stakeholders who are affected by, or are past or potential perpetrators of hate crime. Applications will be accepted from: Any registered English or Welsh charities. England Charitable Incorporated […]

Heritage Lottery Fund’s Heritage Endowments Grants Scheme Open to Applications

23rd August 2016 Callum Jones 0

Heritage Lottery Fund’s Heritage Endowments Grants Scheme Open to Applications Launch of new HLF Heritage Endowments scheme. The Heritage Lottery Fund’s new Heritage Endowments grant scheme supports heritage organisations to build an endowment, which will provide an annual income over the long term and create a lasting source of financial support. Grants are intended to support fundraising for an endowment which will enable organisations to increase fundraising expertise among their staff, volunteers and Trustees and develop relationships with donors. The programme aims to help heritage organisations diversify their income and become more resilient, making a lasting difference for heritage and people. Heritage Endowments grants of £250,000, £500,000 or £1 million are available to heritage organisations currently or previously funded by HLF. Grants must be matched […]

Postcode Dream Trust – Dream Fund 2017 Launches (GB)

18th August 2016 Callum Jones 0

Postcode Dream Trust – Dream Fund 2017 Launches (GB) Charities in England, Scotland and Wales are eligible to apply for funding to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. All applications must come from at least two organisations that have joined forces to deliver an innovative project. The lead organisation must be a registered charity. The other partners can be charities, voluntary groups, community interest companies, universities or other not-for-profit organisations. The funding pot for 2017 is £2.5 million. There will be two or three awards in total. Grants of between £500,000 and £1 million are available to deliver a project in 2017-2019. Funding is available for projects that meet one of the following themes: […]