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Magic Little Grants

The Magic Little Grants Fund is funded by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery.

Localgiving and Postcode Community Trust are working together again in 2020 to provide small grants to small local charities and community groups in England, Scotland and Wales to help them deliver engaging physical activities, which help to overcome barriers to participation.

The aim of the fund is to support the work of organisations that are engaging hard to reach individuals, encouraging them to take part in physical activity to help improve their physical health.

Electrical Fire Safety Fund

Grants are available to support the delivery of project-based fire prevention initiatives in local communities across the UK.

Electrical Safety First is the UK’s leading charity on electrical safety. It works to ensure that everyone in the UK can use electricity safely.

The Electrical Fire Safety Fund aims to provide direct benefit to local communities through project-based partnerships which will deliver outcomes that, in the long term, will contribute to a reduction in the number of electrically-related accidental fires and associated injuries in UK homes.

PFCC People Power Fund

PFCC People Power Fund - Closing date: 14th April 2020      

The aim of the PFCC People Power Fund is to increase community cohesion and public safety through local projects that are looking to support groups assisting victims of crime and early crime intervention related projects.

All applications must be supported by your local Neighbourhood Police Officer or Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) whose details you can find on the Staffordshire Police website.             

Grants between £100 and £2,000 are available

Small Grant Scheme – Supporting UASC Young People and their communities

Amity hub is a partnership between Staffordshire County Council and Above n Beyond where mutual understanding and friendship are valued and promoted with young people who are seeking asylum and those who are refugees.  Amity offer support, guidance, counselling, education and fun activities, in a purpose-built hub where young people feel welcomed, involved and included.

Staffordshire Funding Fair

Staffordshire County Council, SCVYS and Crowdfund Staffordshire are excited to host a county wide funding fair

This event is being organised collectively by Staffordshire County Council and SCVYS. We are excited to work together with Crowfund Staffordshire to mark their relaunch as they seek to work with even more voluntary and community groups in Staffordshire.

The day will work as one session with presentations from funders from 1:30pm.

The Hilden Charitable Trust

Grants for UK charities working in the areas of homelessness, penal affairs, asylum seekers and refugees, community based initiatives for disadvantaged young people (16-25), and projects in developing countries working on community development, education, and health (with particular interest in projects that address the needs and potential of girls and women).

Although there are no set funding limits, the average grant is £5,000, and Hilden will consider funding projects for more than one year.

Resource Action Fund

Grants are available for businesses and not-for-profit organisations in England to support resource efficiency projects, with the goal of diverting, reducing and better managing waste, in the areas of food, plastics, textiles, recycling infrastructure and litter.

Value from Food Waste

These grants will fund both revenue and capital expenditure costs with project values between £20,000 and £100,000.  

Citizen Food Waste Behaviour Change Grant

This scheme will award grants between £25,000 and £100,000 for both capital and revenue project expenditure.