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Friday 7 May 2021
In response to the ongoing impact of Covid-19, the Empowering Women Fund aims to fill a gap in support for organisations that are supporting women to recover from problems exacerbated by the pandemic. The scheme will provide funding to support small women’s groups and organisations to develop innovative ways of empowering women in their local area and build their capacity. It is divided into two... Read More
ESFA Community Grants Programme
Saturday 1 May 2021
The next round of the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) Community Grants Programme is now open. Jointly funded by the ESFA and the European Social Fund, and facilitated by Futures Group, the community grants give small voluntary and community organisations, with a turnover of less than £750,000, an opportunity to access funds to deliver projects that help engage and progress 'hard to... Read More
Magic Little Grants programme is open
Wednesday 28 April 2021
The Magic Little Grants programme has reopened for 2021 - awarding grants of £500 to small charities and community groups across the UK. The programme is run by Localgiving, alongside six funding partners from the People's Postcode Lottery. This year, the programme aims to double the amount of organisations it supports by providing a total of 2,000 grants. The fund provides charities and... Read More
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Wednesday 28 April 2021
Cash 4 Clubs has teamed up with the charity Made By Sport to offer the opportunity for sports clubs and community organisations to receive £2,021 in unrestricted support through the new 'Clubs in Crisis' Fund. The fund is being administered at a local level by the Nottinghamshire Community Foundation. In order to be eligible for this funding, sports clubs or community organisations working within... Read More
Friday 23 April 2021
Nottingham City Council is inviting community and voluntary groups, charities, social enterprises and schools to bid for a share of the government's Holiday Activity Fund, to deliver holiday clubs in communities across the city during the summer and Christmas holidays (2021). Nottingham City Council is working with the Nottingham Forest Community Trust to deliver the Holiday Clubs. The grant... Read More
The UK Community Renewal Fund
Wednesday 21 April 2021
From today (Wednesday 21 April 2021), organisations can apply through Nottingham City Council for a share of The UK Community Renewal Fund. The Fund has been set up by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and will be administered on a local level by the city council. Overview of the fund and its priorities The UK Community Renewal Fund will support communities to pilot... Read More
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Tuesday 20 April 2021
An award scheme from UK-registered charity UnLtd is providing funding and tailored support to social entrepreneurs, to help them grow their social venture and become social leaders. 50 per cent of the awards will be allocated to go to Black, Asian and minority ethnic social entrepreneurs and/or disabled social entrepreneurs. Applications are being accepted from: Those that have an idea or are in... Read More
Friday 16 April 2021
Grants of up to £5,000 are available from the Schroder Charity Trust to support UK-registered charities with their core and project costs.  In order for a charity to be eligible, their work must feature within any of the following categories: Arts, culture and heritage  Education, training and employment   Environment and conservation  Health and wellbeing  Strengthening communities  This... Read More
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Friday 16 April 2021
Youth organisations can request core funding of up to £90,000 spread over three years, through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund. The Youth Fund supports organisations whose main purpose is working with and for young people, aged 14 to 25, who face complex transitions to adulthood. The Youth Fund is designed to be a strategic investment in your organisation, and as such the Foundation prefers... Read More
Friday 16 April 2021
Small to medium organisations in the UK that work with communities facing racial inequality can apply for project or core costs of up to £10,000, through The Global Majority Fund. The fund was launched by Comic Relief in early 2021. In February 2021, Muslim Charities Forum (MCF) were selected as Intermediary Partner to distribute funds on behalf of Comic Relief, National Emergencies Trust (NET),... Read More

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