Aims/priorities: The Culture Recovery Fund: Emergency Resource Support programme has been established to provide emergency funding for culturally significant organisations in England. Those which were financially sustainable before coronavirus (COVID-19) but are now at imminent risk of failure, having exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience, are being supported.
Aims/priorities: The Community Ownership Fund is a £150 million fund over four years to support community groups across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to take ownership of assets which are at risk of being lost to the community. The purpose of the Fund is to support communities to purchase community assets and amenities and run them as sustainable community businesses.
The Fund will support proposals to:
Aims/priorities: The aim of the fund is to promote organisations and partnerships to focus on gambling-related harm in Greater Manchester whilst sharing knowledge and experiences as part of a community of practice.
Priority for funding includes projects which focus on the following:
- Tackling inequalities
- Reforming public services
- Community-led activities and sports clubs
- Children and young people
To be eligible, projects must:
Aims/priorities: The Innovation Fund aims to maximise the potential in the voluntary sector to develop innovative ways of addressing inequalities and poor sexual and/or reproductive health and HIV outcomes.
The 2021-22 round will support projects across sexual health, reproductive health and HIV, with particular interest in projects that aim to:
Aims/priorities: The Foundation supports registered charities based and working in the UK for projects that enhance the quality of life in local communities and address themes set out by the Foundation.
Application must address at least one of the ScottishPower Foundation's strategic aims:
Aims/priorities: The People's Health Trust is an independent charity addressing health inequalities across Great Britain. It works closely with 51 community interest companies, using its expertise to help identify local funding priorities and support the distribution of grants. The Active Communities Funding Programme aims to close the gap between those communities which experience the worst health in England, Scotland and Wales and the majority of the population.
The programme focuses on people living in the poorest neighbourhoods because they will, on average:
Aims/priorities: The new fund aims to improve the mental health of 16- to 25-year-old girls and young women. Projects are encouraged to be:
- Gendered appropriate.
- Age appropriate.
- Substantive equality.
Project delivery costs and core costs (eg salaries or general running costs) are supported.
Who can apply? The following organisations can apply for funding:
Aims/priorities: Barclays will be making donations to UK registered charities to support their immediate COVID-19 relief work in communities across the UK, specifically those working to support vulnerable people impacted by COVID-19, and to alleviate the associated social and economic hardship caused by the crisis.
Funding will be focused on supporting charity partners who are meeting the immediate needs of Barclay communities, in these four priority focus areas:
Aims/priorities: The Near Neighbours Fund aims to encourage stronger civil society in areas that are multi-religious and multi-ethnic by creating association, friendship and neighbourliness. It intends to bring together people of different faiths and of no faiths to transform local communities for the better.
The fund has two key objectives: