Grants are available to registered charities for arts and conservation projects in the UK.
The Trust offers grants to registered charities working in the following two areas:
The maximum grant available is £5,000.
As an example, in 2018 Idlewild Trust awarded 41 grants totalling £148,680, with an average value of £3,626.
The 2020 deadlines are:
Guidance information and online application forms can be accessed on the Trust’s website.
Large grants are available to voluntary and community organisations in England that want to take action on the issues that matter to people and communities.
The objective of the fund;
Reaching Communities supports projects that improve the quality of life of communities across England, offering help where it is most needed.
Projects are expected to meet one or more of the programme’s three funding priorities.
Value: A total of £190 million is available in this financial year. Grants of over £10,000 are available.
The grants are awarded for up to five years.
The funding can be used for:
Grants are available to voluntary and community organisations in England which work together with a shared set of goals and values.
Partnerships funding is specifically designed to support generous leadership and increased collaborative working, which starts with shared goals and values between different organisations and an understanding of the bigger picture.
The Fund can support organisations to develop and grow existing partnerships and also to encourage new types of partnership which build on your different skills and strengths.
The funding can support many different types of partnership, including:
The funding can be used for:
Visit the National Lottery Community Fund website for more details
Grants are available to local voluntary organisations for services that directly benefit the residents of Guildford.
The Voluntary Grants scheme is provided by a partnership between Guildford Borough Council and Surrey County Adult Social Care and is administered by Guildford Borough Council.
Funding is intended to encourage voluntary organisations that are providing services for local residents to work in partnership with each other and with the statutory organisations.
Grants are awarded from a pooled budget for organisations and projects that meet the social care and welfare needs of the community.
There are two levels of funding:
Location: Guildford and Waverley
Please visit: Guildford Voluntary Grant website
Grants for not-for-profit organisations that are working with disadvantaged children and young people who are 18 years old and younger living in the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.
Grants of up to £10,000 are available per year for up to three years (£30,000 total request).
The County Grants programme provides grants for smaller organisations working with disadvantaged people and communities in one of eight English counties.
|Grant Size:||£500 – £20k (£10k max in any one year)|
|Length:||1-3 years (most grants are for 1-2 years)|
|Decision timescale:||3-6 months|
Visit Henry Smith Charity website for more information
Carer support Epsom & Ewell and Banstead are providing grants for individual carers and also to organisations and groups that support Carers, to help relieve stress and feelings of isolation, and to improve the health and wellbeing of Carers in our area of benefit. visit Carers of Epsom website for more details.
The grant funding will be managed by ACRE on behalf of Defra with support from the ACRE Network.
The grant aims to help fund the updating and refurbishment of village halls so that they are fit for purpose and provide activities which seek to achieve one or more of the following outcomes for their communities:
Grants of up to £75k are available.
For further detailed information, please visit acre.org.uk
Local groups and organisations with great ideas to make their communities even better places to live are invited to apply for funding to turn their ideas into reality.
The Development Grant scheme enables organisations supporting carers or the rehabilitation of offenders and ex-offenders to undertake a progressive development to improve future resilience. This might be a short piece of work requiring investment over a few months or a more significant programme of work requiring dedicated support for up to 3 years.
Grants are available from £10,000 up to £80,000 for a duration of 6 months to 3 years. The amount of funding requested must be proportional to the development that will be undertaken.
A maximum of £30,000 per year or £2,500 per month for smaller developments can be requested.
For further detailed information, please visit triangletrust.org.uk