Deadlines in March
Tech for Good Fund
Offering a grant of £48,000 to 13 projects as well as expert support and advice. Projects that meet Comic Relief's core issues and also that meet challenges around disability and inclusion will be eligible. Applicants need to show that they understand how to manage a successful digital project, and that they have sound technical expertise in their management and delivery team. It is expected that some development work will already have taken place.
New! Cuba Programme Fund
The British Embassy has opened the above fund for projects that will support technical assistance work between the UK and Cuba in a number of priority areas through small-scale high-impact project interventions.
Deadline: 27 March
Lloyds Bank/Bank of Scotland Social Entrepreneurs
The above programme offers help at all stages: start up; trade up; scale up. The programme offers a grant and a twelve month learning programme.
National Fundraising Awards 2019
Your opportunity to highlight the excellence fundraising that you and your colleagues have achieved. There are four new categories this year.
Deadline: 28 March
The Grow the Game programme offers grants up to £1,500 towards essential costs associated with providing new football activity.
Deadline: 29 March
Dunhill Medical Trust
Offering two 2 funding schemes:
Grants of between £5,000-£40,000 for time-limited projects focusing on the development of care and support services for older people and
Grants of between £5,000-£100,000 (Building and Physical Infrastructure) to provide accommodation in the built environment for older people to enhance and maintain their health, well being, and independence or for specific pieces of equipment or furnishings which can be used for the care and support of individuals.
Deadline: 31 March
William and Jane Morris Fund
Grants between £300 and £3,000 offered to churches, chapels, and other places of worship for small programmes of conservation work to decorative features and monuments.
WH Smith Trust
Their community fund is offering small grants, up to £500, to charities, schools, and community groups
Peter Sowerby Foundation
Seeking a project to receive up to £2m of funding as part of its Health Breakthrough funding strand. Categories: Primary medical care and research into technologies that improve the delivery of primary care; Research undertaken by GPS; Innovation and technology to improve primary care, particularly rural communities; Terminal care and support for those suffering terminal illnesses; Research into improving delivery of care. Deadine is at 5pm.
Deadlines from May 2019
Deadline: 9 May
New! ESIF Access to Employment Call for London LEP
The Greater London Authority (GLA) is seeking projects that help tackle London’s employment and skills challenges that complement and add value to existing ESF provision in London, including the Work & Health Programme, which in London is being devolved to the Mayor from 1 August 2019. Applications are encouraged from partnership bids, in each such case the application must be submitted by a lead organisation on behalf of the partnership, with the lead having the financial capacity to meet the required Due Diligence criteria.
Deadline: 31 May
Offering grants up to £750 to gardening groups who have an understanding in dementia. Activities that can benefit 2, 3, or more service users to engage with a local garden organisation that would be willing to deliver the sessions in a speci
June 2019 (exact date not yet known)
Enterprise Development Programme
Supporting charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sector to develop or grow their enterprising activity earned income and financial resilience Enterprise Grants
Programme open until June 2019
Social Investment Business
Charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sectors can now apply for grants to develop or grow their enterprising activity and earned income. Feasibility grants of between £5,000 - £10,000 will enable organisations to investigate and develop an enterprise proposition from the very earliest stage into a proposed delivery plan. Development grants of around £50,000 offer support for enterprise propositions.which requires further development or scaling and where there is a potential requirement for subsequent investment.
Education Endowment Fund
Funding local authorities, academy sponsors, charities, and other groups that break the link between family background and educational achievement ensuring that young people from all backgrounds have the opportunity to fulfill their aspirations and make the most of their talents.
Everest Lewis Golden Foundation
The above programme is open and offering grants to help people fulfil an extraordinary talent or personal challenge.
27 September, 4pm
Veteran Community Centres Programme
Capital grants for armed forces charities to renovate or refurbish community halls used by veterans and their communities. You must first discuss your project with them pre-application by the deadline date above. This programme offers grants between £30,000-£150,000.
2 December @9am
Armed Forces Covenant Local Grants
Grants to help to integrate armed forces and civilian communities and/or deliver valuable local services to the armed forces community.