£1,000 to £10,000
Our Small Grants Scheme is designed to support charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.
The Glasspool Trust is one of the few national charities making small grants to individuals in need, which has no restrictions on the type of beneficiary. The usual aim of the grant is to help the beneficiary over a short term crisis. We do not accept applications directly from individual members of the public. Only organisations that meet our criteria are eligible to apply.
up to £2,500
The District Council wants to fund projects that fit into the broad themes of Community, Environment, Arts and Sports within the local community (residents of Sedgemoor).
£10,000 to £60,000
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) has a grant fund of £25m a year until 2021 and £4m a year has been set aside for projects focused on helping marginalised young people. Youth work organisations can apply to two new funds - a Youth Fund and a Growth Fund. The Youth Fund will provide grants of between £10,000 and £60,000 to go towards core operating costs.
£100 to £12,500
We have long had a tradition of supporting communities and the local voluntary and community sector.
The principal way that we provide this support is through funding third party voluntary sector support services, and through our own community grants programme.
You can claim back 25p every time an individual donates £1 to your charity or community amateur sports club (CASC). This is called Gift Aid.
The aim is to enable access to sports and activities for all (young, old, sporty, not at all sporty etc!).
£100 to £300
Community Matters is an initiative to enable Waitrose branches to support local communities and application forms can be found on the front of the Community Matters token collection points in Waitrose Branches.
Grants are available for: Welfare organisations, community groups, clubs, schools, local divisions of national charities, local charities
The Basketball England campaign #ProjectSwish, which provides free nets for outdoor hoops across the country, has a new target and an expanded remit in 2021. With lockdown finally eased and park and playground courts accessible again, Basketball England is determined to put more nets on hoops so ballers can enjoy their basketball again.
up to £2,500
Whizz-Kidz provides a range of mobility equipment to children with disabilities, to give them independence at home, at school and at play.
£200 to £500
Every year, Asda customers have the chance to vote for their favourite local good cause when they shop in store via our Green Token Giving programme.
Due to Covid, we are excited to announce that in summer 2021 Green token Giving will return via an online vote meaning you can vote from the comfort of your home whether you shop in person at Asda, online or click and collect. Wherever you are, you can support your chosen
up to £2,000
Birmingham and Black Country Communities Fund grants are awarded from the earnings of a number of endowment funds, which are created from contributions by individuals, companies and trusts and managed by Heart of England Community Foundation.
The Moto in The Community Trust looks to develop community partnerships around their network of Moto Service Areas.
Grants are available for registered charities and local causes which help young people to achieve their potential within areas where Hays Travel have a branch.
Must be working in one of the following areas: Education, prevention of poverty, health, arts & culture and sports
up to £3,000
The Woodward Charitable Trust look to fund projects that help families and young people and that are aiming to improve the life chances of the beneficiaries.
£300 to £10,000
British Equestrian has been granted a further £150,000 of funding from Sport England to support riding centres that are facing financial hardship as a result of the ongoing pandemic.
£100 to £1,000
The Joanna Brown Trust provides talented young athletes from across the UK with financial support to help them excel in their chosen sports.
In addition to our funding partnerships with Sport Islington and Sports Aid, The Joanna Brown Trust welcomes applications for grant funding from young people participating in sport.
To apply for a grant from The Joanna Brown Trust please send an email or letter outlining why you should be awarded a grant, how you would use it and how it would benefit you in your chosen sport.
Full funding is available for coaching qualifications as part of a Sport for Change project in the Lakenham and Tuckswood area of Norwich.
Eligible organisations will be able to apply for up to £10,000 per year. Organisations will not be able to apply for more than £30,000 in total.
up to £2,000
The gbpartnerships Community Fund focuses on health, education, empowerment and raising people’s skills and aspirations.
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