Courtesy of Slough CVS, Volunteer Centre West Berkshire, Involve Wokingham, Involve Bracknell
Voices From The Frontline
Voices From The Frontline supports women’s organisations to shine a light on their fight for gender equality in the UK. The fourth round of the grants programme deadline is Tuesday 14th May.
Throughout history, every single advance for women’s rights and gender equality – including property ownership, access to education, equal pay and reproductive rights – has only ever been achieved by bold, brave women becoming informed, getting organised, mobilising others and taking action to tackle injustice and inequality head-on. They want to fund this work!
This programme offers grants of £500 to £5,000 to support charitable campaigning work across Rosa’s four pillars (leadership and representation, safety, health and economic justice). We’re looking for new voices to stand up and take action.
Children In Need’s Small Grants programme
Children In Need’s Small Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for any amount up to and including £10,000 per year for up to 3 years. Check the information below to see if your project should apply and that you meet our minimum standards for grantmaking.
They give grants to projects working with children and young people of 18 years and under experiencing disadvantage through:
- Illness, distress, abuse or neglect
- Any kind of disability
- Behavioural or psychological difficulties
- Living in poverty or situations of deprivation
The next deadline is 27th May 2019.
Triangle Trust 1949 Fund – Development Grants
Core funding for charities, not-for-profit social enterprises and community interest companies in the UK that are working to support unpaid carers or the rehabilitation of offenders or ex-offenders to help them make a step-change in their development and therefore build increased sustainability for the future. Read more
Road Safety Trust
Grants are available to public and professional UK-based organisations for activities that will reduce the risk of death and injury for all road users. Read more
Lawn Tennis Association – Facility Loan Scheme
Loans are available to help LTA-registered venues in Great Britain deliver projects that enhance community facilities leading to a growth in the number of people playing tennis. Read more here.
Deadline: 30th April 2019
Grants for clubs, community groups and regions across the UK with an active interest in wider canoeing participation. Read more here.
Wooden Spoon Charity
Projects must fall within Wooden Spoons Vision Statement: Our aim is to make a positive impact on the lives of children and young people through our commitment to quality charitable work. Applications can be submitted at any time.
For more information see https://www.woodenspoon.org.uk/apply-for-funds
WHSmith Trust Community Grant
The WHSmith Trust is now offering grants of up to £500 to voluntary organisations and schools from the proceeds of the compulsory carrier bag levies across the UK. Grants are awarded every six months to charities, schools and community groups of any size, provided they support the community in the UK. Find out more about the WHSmith Trust Community Grant
Magic Little Grants Fund 2019
Small one-off grants are available to small local charities and community groups in Great Britain that are engaging hard to reach individuals, encouraging them to take part in physical activity to help improve their physical health. To read more please click here.
The Allen Lane Foundation
Grants are aimed at reducing isolation, stigma and discrimination, and to encourage or enable unpopular groups to share in the life of the whole community and make a lasting difference. Running and core costs are also covered to support the organisation to become sustainable. For further details please click here.
Atul Pathak Community Awards 2019
Community Grants from £500 to £3000 plus additional support through a year-long corporate partnership. Open to registered charities and community groups.
Applications for all types of projects for all types of community groups, both ‘Not for Profit’ and registered charities can apply. Preference is given to smaller groups and charities working in the preferred areas. (Bracknell is a one of the preferred areas.)
What is Covered?
“Supporting the community is not about dictating what we think the community needs, it is about supporting the needs of the community. Therefore, we do not have set criteria for the types of projects we will support”. (see guidance for any exclusions).
How much you are applying for is not the prime concern: what you will do with the money and how Atul Pathak and Appt Corporation is able to support you throughout the year is what we are interested in.
Projects relating to environment, sport, health, welfare and education have been supported.
Annual grants of £500-£3000 are available. In addition to Atul Pathak Community Awards, Appt Corporation will provide corporate assistance where possible. This can include:
• Contributions from associated organisations in fields ranging from accounting, to assistance with promotion and back-office functions.
• Manpower from Appt Corporation employees and volunteers to help on winning projects.
• Use of the well equipped training facilities owned by Appt Corporation in Hanwell and Notting Hill Gate to host events.
• Catering for community events.
• Business development advice from Atul Pathak and his team.
Apply before 30th April 2019 using their application form and guidance. Please contact email@example.com if you would like further information about the Atul Pathak Community Awards.
Tree Futures Grant Schemes
Funding is available to assist schools and community groups in undertaking well-planned tree planting projects across the UK during National Tree Week. For further details please click here.