We are now suspending applications to our emergency capital programme in order to process the high volume of those already received. We will provide a further update on the programme after outstanding grant assessments have been completed. If you have already started an application, it can still be submitted.
Due to the unprecedented demand for applications we have temporarily closed our application process to allow us to distribute the funds we have available to date. Applications will re-open once additional funding becomes available.
These grants are available to organisations seeking to help the individual families that they work with affected by poverty due to the Covid-19 virus. £35 is available per child for children up to and including 18. Please note that Cash 4 Kids could change this sum at their discretion at anytime.
Tesco Bags of Help is responding to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis by setting up a new short-term fund to support local communities. The programme is set up to support organisational need in this time of crisis rather than fund specific projects. Successfuls applications will receive a single payment award of £500 to organisations who are supporting vulnerable groups. Due to the need to respond quickly to the emergency we have created a streamlined application process and payment process to make it easier to get funds distributed quickly.
Alpkit are the charity that helps people Go Nice Places, Do Good Things. However, recent global events call for a shift of focus over the coming months. Alpkit are now prioritising funds to support projects that demonstrate an immediate impact on those affected by the Covid-19 virus crisis.
As a community, Alpkit believe they are a resourceful and adventurous bunch and welcome any applications from individuals or organisations serving those affected by coronavirus, across the country.
The National Emergencies Trust (NET) has launched a coronavirus fundraising appeal to raise funds for local charities. The British Red Cross will be managing donations. NET will award grants and distribute money raised through a number of charitable organisations, for example local community foundations. Partners will work within parameters agreed with NET “to help identify the greatest need and distribute funds with both care and speed wherever possible”.
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.
Charity Bank have compiled an extensive list of emergency funding opportunities for social sector organisations experiencing difficulties.
This includes funding available from the National Emergencies Trust, John Lewis Partnership Community Support Fund, and many more local and national initiatives.
CAF Coronavirus Emergency Fund *Please note the fund has been paused due to exceptional levels of demand*
We are delighted to be able to share that the Charities Aid Foundation, the organisation that leads Giving Tuesday here in the UK, has launched a £5 million Coronavirus Emergency Fund for small charities and organisations as they battle the effects of the coronavirus.
During these uncertain times, we know that grassroot community groups are responding to the impact of Covid-19 through kindness, coming together to help those most affected however they can.
To support these local responses, Forever Manchester is offering awards of up to £5,000.
Community Support Fund Criteria
The Community Support Fund will accept applications from community groups based in any of the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester. We want to fund organisations who are supporting their communities however they can.
Based on national and international research, Rochdale now delivers a group intervention programme; Break4Change (B4C).
B4C is an adolescent family violence intervention programme designed to address young people’s violence and abuse towards parents/carers. The aim of B4C is for young people to stop the violence and abuse toward their family and develop respectful family relationships so that all members feel safe at home.