Heart of England - Deutsche Bank Opportunity Fund
Heart of England Grants are available to support grassroots organisations working to reduce homelessness in Birmingham.
Maximum Turnover: £ 250,000 Maximum Value: £ 5,000
The deadline for applications is 14 October 2020 (12:00).
Postcode Dream Trust - Postcode Recovery Fund
Postcode Dream Trust Grants of between £500,000 and £1 million are available.
Grants are available for charities with innovative ideas to help communities across Britain recover from problems highlighted or exacerbated by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
The deadline for applications is 30 October 2020 (5:30pm)
Weston Culture Fund
Weston Culture Fund Grants are available for mid- to large-scale cultural organisations in the UK to help them restart important work, refresh activities, and develop plans to rebuild audiences following closures due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Minimum Turnover: £ 500,000 Fund Value: £ 25,000,000
Maximum Value: £ 2,000,000 Minimum Value: £ 100,000
This is a one-off fund and applications are accepted between 5 October 2020 and 5pm on 9 November 2020.
BAME Healthy Communities Surviving COVID-19 Fund
BAME Healthy Communities Surviving Fund is to enable small and medium sized BAME-led organisations and the communities they support to build wellbeing, resilience, and capacity through a range of projects taking place during the pandemic/post-pandemic period.
The deadline for applications is 30 October 2020 (midnight).
Masonic Charitable Foundation – Later Life Inclusion Grants Programme
Masonic Charitable Foundation Grants for local and national charities in England and Wales that are working to reduce loneliness and isolation in later life.
Deadline:31 October 2020
Maximum Value: £ 60,000 Minimum Value: £ 500
Masonic Charitable Foundation – Children and Young People Grants Programme
Masonic Charitable Foundation Grants for charities in England and Wales that support disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people (up the age of 25 years) to overcome the barriers they face in order to achieve the best possible start in life.
Deadline: 31 October 2020
Minimum Value: £ 1,000
Ockenden International Prize
Ockenden International Prize Cash prizes for registered charities with projects that focus on promoting self-reliance among refugees and/or displaced people anywhere in the world.
Deadline: 30 November 2020
Maximum Value: £ 25,000
Horizon 2020 European Green Deal Call
Horizon 2020 European Green Deal Call Grants are available for non-profit LGBT+ organisations across the UK to address the additional needs of LGBT+ people and communities most adversely impacted by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Fund Value: £ 350,000. Maximum Value: £ 15,000
LGBT+ Futures Fund
LGBTQ+ Future Grants are available for non-profit LGBT+ organisations across the UK to address the additional needs of LGBT+ people and communities most adversely impacted by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Fund Value: £ 350,000. Maximum Value: £ 15,000
Morrisons Foundation Grant funding to support charities delivering projects which help to improve people’s lives.
VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance 2021-24
VCSE Grants will be awarded to 16 national voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations and/or consortia that work with and can represent specific communities across England and who are selected to be HW Alliance members.
The deadline for applications is 6 November 2020 (12 noon).
Voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations can apply.
Maximum Value: £ 90,000. Minimum Value: £ 75,000
Sanctuary’s Community Investment Fund
Sanctuary Grants for community initiatives which make a difference to the lives of Sanctuary residents in England and Scotland with priority for initiatives which respond to the impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Public Health England - Reproductive Health, Sexual Health and HIV Innovation Fund
Public Health England Grants are available to voluntary non-profit sector organisations for new and innovative projects across sexual health, reproductive health and HIV, with particular interest in projects that focus on Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.
European Economic and Social Committee Civil Society Prize
The European Economic and Social Committee Civil Society Prize Fund Value: £ 261,000. Maximum Value: £ 9,000. Minimum Value: £ 9,000
The Committee plans to award a maximum of 29 prizes, each with a value of €10,000.
The aim of the Civil Society Prize is to reward and encourage tangible initiatives and achievements by civil society organisations or individuals that have made a significant contribution to promoting European identity and integration.
Coalfields Food Insecurity Response Fund
The Coalfields Food Insecurity Response Fund has a Maximum Value: £ 2,500 Minimum Value: £ 500
E-vouchers valued at between £500 and £2,500 are available. Awardees will not receive funding directly.
Successful projects will be granted a Company Shop membership to maximise their purchasing power. They will receive e-vouchers to spend in Company Shop. This gives each project the flexibility to choose the items that best serves the needs of its community when they need it.
Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage
The Culture Recovery Fund will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem to ensure that by 31 March 2021, successful applicants can reopen or, if reopening under social distancing is not permissible or does not represent a value for money approach, to operate on a sustainable and cost-efficient basis so that they are able to reopen at a later date.
Maximum Value: £ 3,000,000. Minimum Value: £ 10,000
Lloyds Bank Foundation: COVID Recovery Fund
To meet the urgent needs of small and local charities and the wider sector, Lloyds Bank Foundation COVID Recovery Fund will offer around 140 charities a two-year unrestricted grant of £50,000 alongside a Development Partner to help charities navigate a tumultuous future.
All Churches Trust
All Churches Trust Grants are available for churches and Christian charities to adapt to the challenges and opportunities presented by the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Max Value: £50,000.
Women & Problem Gambling
West Midlands Women's Outreach Officer for GamCare: Multiple dates available for this free awareness session for professionals in the West Midlands working with women who may be impacted by gambling.
Barrow Cadbury Trust
Barrow Cadbury Trust is partnering with the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) to distribute COVID-19 emergency response funding to the migration charity sector in England. There is £5 million to distribute for work that will relieve hardship caused by the pandemic among refugees and asylum-seekers and by migrants experiencing barriers to accessing services.
Pride of Britain
Mirror in collaboration with Pride of Britain Click on the link to nominate a good cause for a grant. The Mirror has teamed up with the Pride of Britain Fund to give a £100,000 helping hand to community projects across the country.
Power to Change
The Community-Led Organisations Recovery Scheme is now open for applications. The scheme offers grants up to £100,000 to community organisations in England who are facing financial difficulties caused by Covid-19.
The Alpkit Foundation helps people Go Nice Places, Do Good Things. However, recent global events call for a shift of focus over the coming months. They are now prioritising funds to support projects that demonstrate an immediate impact on those affected by the Covid-19 virus crisis. Grants of up to £500 are available.
Cadent Foundation, a new charitable foundation funded by the UK’s biggest gas network, has committed £240,000 to help food banks in the Trussell Trust’s network as they seek to support people affected by coronavirus.
Information for those receiving funding and understanding that there will be times when staff and volunteers will not be available, when beneficiaries may need services to be provided in different ways, or when systems need to be flexible to ensure that needs are met.
Grants online have identified all those grants that are available to you to help with the impact that COVID 19 is having and has had, and we have put them all on a separate publicly accessible webpage that we have created.
Neighbourly Community Fund
Micro grants are available for charities and community groups that are existing members of the “Neighbourly” CSR platform, to support good causes that are helping communities affected by the Coronavirus outbreak
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City Of Wolverhampton Council
Grants of up to £2000 are available for voluntary and community organisations wishing to put on summer holiday activities for children, young people or families in the city.
£585,000 of emergency funding for LGBTQ+ organisations and groups: LGBTQ+ organisations and groups across the UK will soon be able to apply for grants of up to £15,000 to help their vital role in supporting LGBTQ+ communities through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Register your interest in applying for a grant here.