Arts Council England - Let's Create Jubilee Fund

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support new creative and cultural activities which have been developed for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June 2022 and which bring benefit to local people and communities in England.

Who can apply? Voluntary and community organisations with charitable aims may apply.

Grant amount: Grants of between £750 and £10,000 are available.

Application process: click here to apply

British Ecological Society - Outreach Grants

Aims/priorities: The British Ecological Society (BES) is providing grants through its Outreach Grants programme to help promote ecological science to a wide audience. Ecology is defined by the BES as the scientific study of the distribution, abundance and dynamics of organisms, their interactions with other organisms and their physical environment.

Who can apply? All individuals and organisations that are able to organise public engagement events in ecology are eligible to apply. This includes, but is not limited to:

Armed Forces Day Grant

Aims/priorities: The objective of the fund is to support Armed Forces Day events across the UK to show support for our servicemen and women, past and present.

Who can apply? Local councils, voluntary and community organisations, schools, ex-service organisations and individuals in the UK are eligible to apply.

Grant amount: A maximum grant of £10,000 is available per application, provided that MOD funding accounts for no more than 50% of the total cost.

Vinci UK Foundation Grants

Aims/priorities: The Vinci UK Foundation provides one-off grants for innovative projects which address at least one of the four areas of action in the fight against social exclusion:

  • Access to employment.
  • Insertion through housing.
  • Inclusive mobility.
  • Building better communities.

At least one Vinci employee has to be involved in the project as a sponsor.


Published date: 
Wednesday, 12th January 2022
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Save the Children’s Youth Advisory Board are looking for thoughtful, enthusiastic, trailblazing young people to join them.

You can apply if you live in the UK, are aged 12 to 17 and can attend virtual monthly meetings, as well as 3 weekend meetings a year for the next two years.

It's important that what Save the Children do and say represents what young people really care about as our voices deserve to be heard. As a member of the board, you’ll work together and help shape projects across Save the Children’s fundraising, campaigning, media and brand work in the UK.

Screwfix Foundation

Aims/priorities: The funding is intended for both national and local charities across the UK so that they can fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities specifically for those in need (by reason of financial hardship, sickness, disability or other disadvantage or distress) in the UK. The funding is for capital type projects which relate to the repair, maintenance, improvement or construction of homes, community facilities and other buildings in deprived areas.

Active travel grants for VCSE organisations

Aims/priorities: A lack of safe and secure cycle parking is a significant barrier to people building cycling into their daily lives. The provision of cycle parking alongside infrastructure is therefore key to the success of new schemes. To support organisations within Greater Manchester to deliver new cycle parking facilities which will support schemes across the region, TfGM is once again offering active travel grants for GM businesses, employers and organisations.