Aims/priorities: We support organisations who help people who are lonely and isolated, by giving free free TVs, tablets, and radios for clients. This technology is often used in communal spaces or as part of specific projects. For people who are lonely, a simple radio, television, or tablet can feel like a lifeline and we help people who have become lonely through lots of different circumstances. Some of these include:
Aims/priorities: The Community Grants programme is intended to act as a helping hand to projects and initiatives across the UK that seek to bring music to their community. The funding is aimed at groups that need assistance to fulfil their potential in developing truly sustainable music programmes.
Typically, community grants are given for the purchase of instruments, associated equipment or for teaching costs. However, all applications are judged on their merit and other project elements may also be considered.
Aims/priorities: The National Churches Trust has launched its new grants programme in line with the Trust's new strategy for 2019-2023.
The funding is for projects which can demonstrate how they meet the outcome in line with the new strategy:
Aims/priorities: Magic Little Grants will be awarding over 900 grants to community projects across Great Britain.
The aim of the fund is to engage with organisations that are supporting hard to reach individuals, projects need to meet either of the following themes:
- Overcoming barriers to participation in physical activities in creative ways
- Increasing social cohesion through developing access to sports and other recreational activities
The funder issued the following coronavirus (COVID-19) update on 1 April 2020:
Aims/Priorities: Avivia Community Fund want to support projects that boost the resilience of communities in the face of uncertainty, so are investing in two key areas:
Aims/priorities: Peter Cruddas Foundation funds projects that help disadvantaged and disengaged young people in England and Wales.
Priority is given to projects designed to help disadvantaged and disengaged young people in the age range of 14 to 30, to pursue pathways to Education, Training and Employment with the ultimate aim of helping them to become financially independent.
Who can apply? Registered charities
Grant amount: There is no minimum or maximum amount and projects can be funded for more than one year.
Aims/priorities: Failsworth and Chadderton’s Rotary is interested in funding activities that bring people together and making a difference in your community.
Who can apply? Voluntary and community groups across the Oldham borough.
Grant amount: Up to £1,000
Application process: Application form available on Action Together’s website
Deadline: 12 noon, 30 June, September and November
We are here to provide free of charge clothing, food Items, toiletries, cleaning and household products so the most vulnerable people in our communities can stay safe and well.
COVID-19 presents us with one of the greatest challenges we have seen during our lifetimes. However, during this difficult time we, at Giving World remain committed to supporting people in crisis by providing our service in the time of their greatest need.
Aims/priorities: Alpkit welcome any applications from individuals or organisations serving those affected by coronavirus, across the country. Examples include:
Aims/priorities: The Clothworkers' Foundation is the independent charitable arm of The Clothworkers' Company, and is one of the top 50 charitable grant makers in the UK.
The Clothworkers' Foundation aims to use its funding to improve the quality of life for people and communities that face disadvantage. Grants are available to UK charities under its Open Grants Programme to fund capital projects, such as buildings, equipment and vehicles, that fit within one its nine areas of interest: