Aims/Priorities: As part of Future Workforce Fund, The Prince’s Trust have designed a grants programme that will support pilot projects delivered by partner organisations. Grants are available to organisations from all sectors in Greater Manchester for innovative projects that work with specific cohorts of young people aged between 14 and 25 who are facing barriers to engagement with education, employment or training. Support for the region’s young people is key now more than ever.
Aims/priorities: The Resilience & Recovery Loan Fund (RRLF) is a new fund for social enterprises and charities who are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of COVID-19. It has been established to make an existing government scheme (the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme) more easily accessible to charities and social enterprises. The RRLF is being run by Social Investment Business (SIB) with an initial £25m investment and support from Big Society Capital.
Aims/priorities: Youth Music has announced a new Emergency Fund to offer additional support to music-making organisations affected by coronavirus. Through this fund Youth Music will aim to prioritise the people and organisations in the most immediate need, and to make quick decisions and payments. The Emergency Fund is designed to support organisations facing the following challenges:
Aims/priorities: The Prince’s Trust and NatWest have launched a £5million grant fund for young entrepreneurs affected by coronavirus. The Fund is available to entrepreneurs aged 18-30, who can apply for grants and tailored support from today. Grants can be used to maintain core business operations during the crisis, as well as meet any existing financial commitments, such as paying for essential equipment or settling invoices from suppliers. In conjunction with these grants, the initiative will also offer one-to-one support and guidance to applicants who need it.
Aims/priorities: The Julia and Hans Rausing Trust has set up a Charity Survival Fund, in response to ongoing concern about Covid-19’s economic impact on charities. The Fund aims to provide core funding to offset lost income in the current financial year.
Applicants must have an annual income below £5m and have lost or be forecast to lose income due to Covid-19. Charities which have already received Covid-19-related funding from the trust are not eligible.
Aims/priorities: Grants are available to improve the education and physical and emotional wellbeing of children aged 0-16.
Applicants applying for funding should focus on one or more of these areas:
- Living in Poverty;
- Physical & Mental Health Problems;
- Health & Wellbeing;
- Living With Disability.
Who can apply? Registered charities and accountable non-profit organisations
Grant amount: Grants of up to £1,000 are available
Aims/priorities: The Edward Gostling Foundation (formerly the ACT Foundation) provides grants to UK registered charities with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for people in need, specifically the mentally and physically disabled or those with long-term illness. Two funding streams are now available:
- Small Grants of less than £5,000 available to charities with an annual income of less than £3million.
- Large Grants of more than £5,000.
Applications must address at least one of the four themes of the Foundation:
Aims/priorities: The Trust only make grants for ongoing core funding to groups which support:
Aims/priorities: In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Power to Change have launched a £12 million crisis support package to provide immediate and medium-term support for community businesses supporting the vulnerable and isolated in England.
Aims/priorities: Applicants should be working to produce significant impact in one of the following priority areas: youth opportunities, general welfare, conservation, preservation, Africa, and peace and humanitarian support. Grant-making will be focused on: