Grants are available to UK-based not-for-profit organisations with proposals that will help young people build a positive future, building the skills necessary to live with dignity and be able to access basic housing and create a happy home in which they feel safe and secure.
We’re really excited to share that applications are now open for our new Community Fund which will give away more than £10 million to charities and community groups over the next 5 years.
Organisations, charities and communities from across our region can now apply for funding for their projects.
Using the money raised from the 5p levy on carrier bag sales in Greggs shops across Great Britain, the Foundation provides grants to small not-for-profit organisations with a turnover of less than £300,000 for projects that make a difference to local areas.
Grants of up to £2,000 are available for projects and providing equipment for people in need at the heart of local communities.
All projects must support a community of interest, for example people who are:
Grants are available to constituted, not-for-profit groups with environmental and community projects that are located near a qualifying Veolia site in England.
The Veolia Environmental Trust, originally known as the Onyx Environmental Trust, was set up in 1997 under the Landfill Communities Fund (formerly the Landfill Tax Credit Scheme) and awards monies derived from landfill tax to support a wide range of environmentally focused projects throughout England.
Grants are available for charities and social enterprises in England towards the capital costs of work to restore redundant or underused, community-owned historic buildings in town centres and bring them back into use.
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is an independent charity that promotes the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings for the benefit of communities across the UK by providing advice, information and financial assistance in the form of early project grants and loans for projects undertaken by charities and not-for-private profit organisations.
Apply by 31 December for interest-free loans to support community spaces
Over the past two years, we’ve awarded more than £2.1 million in interest-free loans and grants to help community spaces all over the UK build their trading activities and become more financially sustainable.
Spaces supported include a community-run lido in Cornwall, a village hall in the Hebrides and a co-operative farm in Northern Ireland.
Grants are available for registered charities to support specific projects or core activities that support literacy, numeracy, digital and additional skills in order to increase employment prospects within the UK.
This year (2020) marks the Thomas Wall Trust's centenary, and to celebrate it is running a new grants programme throughout 2020 that offers funding to organisations working towards improving basic digital skills for people in need.
The funding is intended to equip adults with basic digital skills for work and life, helping them access the online world.
Grants are available to protect and conserve war memorials marking any conflict, in communities in the UK who could not otherwise fund the works required.
Grants of up to £30,000 are available for up to 75% of total eligible project costs.
Currently, the Trust considers awarding grants of up to:
Core funding grants are available to support small and medium-sized local charities with a proven track record of helping people aged 17 years and older in England and Wales achieve positive change in one or more of the complex social issues as specified by the Foundation.
Is your community group based in or Newcastle-under-Lyme and do you meet any one of these aims? -
- Advance education outside the classroom.
- Promote good physical and mental health.
- Further the enhancement of social wellbeing through recreation.
You can apply before 29th November to the Prime Foundation for a share of £5,000, specifically for the Newcastle-under-Lyme (ST5) postcode.