Strategic Legal Fund

Aims/priorities: The Strategic Legal Fund (SLF) for migrant groups in the UK is a fund to support legal work in the UK that goes beyond securing justice for an individual and makes a significant contribution to law, practice and procedures to uphold and promote the rights of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants more generally.

The SLF aims to tackle injustices and inconsistencies in law and practice that disadvantage or discriminate against asylum seekers, refugees and migrants as a result of their migration status.

Vegan Society Grants

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to:

  • Raise awareness of veganism in a positive way.
  • Promote veganism in a unique or exciting way to non-vegans.
  • Support people from marginalised backgrounds to access veganism.

Who can apply? 

Small to medium non-profit organisations or individuals with non-profit projects may apply.

Applicants must be vegan.

Projects can be based around the globe, with a focus on countries which are economically developing.

Aries UK relaunch LGBT+ Group in Tameside

Published date: 
Tuesday, 3rd May 2022
Aries UK LGBT+ Charity logo white text on purple background

Aries UK (Tameside based LGBT+ Charity) are relaunching their LGBT+ Safe Space Group. The group was established in 2019 and moved online during the pandemic. Aries UK has their new space on Market Avenue is looking forward to inviting people back in person.

Launching from Thursday 26 May 5pm - 7pm, the Tameside LGBT+ Safe Space Social Peer Support Group will be meeting at 1B, Market Avenue, Ashton Under Lyne OL6 6AR.

The first session is free (a donation of £1 after that), and will be an opportunity to socialise with other local people in the area.

United Utilities Trust Fund - Organisational Grant Programme

Aims/priorities: The Trust will consider applications from organisations that can deliver debt and financial capability projects but are keen to encourage applications from:

  • Grass roots community groups who wish to provide money and debt advice alongside other community services.
  • Organisations who can develop online content and provide digital outreach services around debt and financial literacy.

To be eligible, projects must:

National Lottery Awards 2022

Aims / Priorities: The National Lottery is now accepting nominations for awards recognising individuals or groups in the following categories:

  • Arts.
  • Education.
  • Health.
  • Environment.
  • Sport.
  • Heritage.
  • Community/Charity.
  • Young Hero (under 18s).

One winner from each category will receive a £5,000 cash prize along with a National Lottery Awards trophy.

Baring Foundation - Arts and Mental Health Programme

Aims/priorities: The funding is intended to allow Global Majority-led arts organisations to develop their offer of creative opportunities to people living with mental health problems.

This funding round is part of new funding for racial justice work across the Foundation’s programmes.

Grants can fully or partially fund the work.

The work must take place in the UK. Although the funding cannot support work that is already funded, it can support the extension or expansion of work.

United Utilities Trust Fund - Organisational Grant Programme

Aims/priorities: The object of the Trust is the relief of poverty, hardship or other distress by assisting people in need who are unable to meet the cost of water charges.

This is achieved by providing grants:

  • Directly to individuals (further information is available by calling 0300 7906172).
  • To organisations to fund money advice/financial literacy projects that encourage financial stability and promote competent money management.

Funding will cover all costs associated with project delivery.