The latest funds available for Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector Organisations in Elmbridge, Epsom & Ewell and Mole Valley

Alac Dickson

Deadline: 25/05/2019

Grants to support volunteering projects in the UK that are run by young people (under 30 years) and address a need in the local community, with particular interest in projects that promote and encourage volunteering among young people.

The funding is aimed at individuals and groups of young people who are able to demonstrate that through volunteering or community service they can enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society.

Maximum Value £500

Arm Forces Covenant Fund Trust

Deadline: 11/03/2019

Capital grants are available for Armed Forces charities to renovate or refurbish community halls used by veterans and their communities.

The funding is intended to help meet a wide range of legal requirement for community centre venues used by veterans. Funding for renovation and refurbishment is a prime concern, especially for older venues that are difficult to bring into line with modern legislation.

Max value: £150,000

ASDA Foundation

Capital grants are available to charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK for local charitable projects and activities that benefit the wider community, address local needs and make a significant difference to the local community.

The funding is intended to support a range of good causes that have the direct support and involvement from their local ASDA store.

Maximum Value; Discretionary amount

Deadline; On going

Barrow Cadbury Trust- Economic Justice Programme

Grants are available for projects in the UK to build learning to strengthen local economies and to share best practice between a range of sectors, but particularly across local authorities.

The Trust considers that financial resilience and inequality in communities can only improve if economic systems operate sustainably both at a macro and local level. In a period of reduced resources and capacity at statutory and community level, the Trust is keen to build learning to strengthen local economies and to share best practice between a range of sectors, but particularly across local authorities.

Maximum Value; Discretionary

Deadline; On going

Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

One-off capital grants are available to registered charities in England and Wales, as well as those with ‘accepted’ and ‘exempt’ status, for projects in the areas of community, education, health and social welfare.

The aim of the Foundation is to help raise the quality of life in England and Wales, particularly for the young, disadvantaged and older people.

Maximum Value; Discretionary

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