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Blue Spark Foundation

Community groups can apply for grants to Blue Spark Foundation for a wide range of projects. The Foundation values academic, vocational, artistic and sporting endeavour in equal measure but are particularly keen to support projects which will help enhance the self-confidence, team working skills and future employability of children and young people.

Screwfix Foundation - Funding Available

The Screwfix Foundation currently offers local registered charities and not for profit organisations funding of up to £5,000. All applications are reviewed individually by their team on a quarterly basis, the review dates are in February, May, August and November.

All successful applications are contacted by post, email or phone to arrange the next step. Unsuccessful applicants will be contacted within one month of the review meeting. If on the first instance an application is unsuccessful, charities are welcome to make future applications.

Applications Open For Round Two Of Transform Foundation’s 2018 Charity Website Grant Programme

The Transform Foundation is happy to announce that it is now accepting applications for the second tranche of allocations of its 2018 Charity Website Grant Programme.

The programme offers charities a grant to enable them to redevelop their website to ramp up their online income and increase their charitable impact.  It has so far helped charities raise more than £9.5million in donations.

Grants to help community organisations enjoy the heritage, environment and traditions of the South West Peak District

The South West Peak Landscape Partnership, through registered charity Support Staffordshire, is seeking community groups and voluntary organisations interested in running projects which enable their audiences to learn about and enjoy the natural environment and cultural traditions of the south west corner of the Peak District.

Proceeds of Crime (POCA) and People Power funding opportunities open for applications

Funding opportunities - Applications should align to at least one of the PCC’s five priorities and also local community safety priorities. New refreshed documents including application forms, guidance notes and full details of timelines including processes, pay out and evaluation requirements are on the PCC’s website, https://www.staffordshire-pcc.gov.uk/fund/



Local community groups will soon be able to bid for funding to make their roads safer. A second round of funding will be released on the 1st March 2018 following a successful launch of the scheme in 2017. Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership is providing, through a bidding process, £200k over the next 2 years in the form of the Road Safety Grant Fund. The money has been made available to:

Funding Fair in Leek

Would you like to know more about funding opportunities to support your activities?  If so, here is your chance!

Support Staffordshire is working in partnership with the People’s Postcode Lottery and Staffordshire Council of Voluntary Youth Services (SCVYS) to bring you this free funding event which includes the opportunity to