Aims/priorities: Schools and not for profit organisations have the opportunity to apply for funding through the Wooden Spoon Society’s Capital Grants programme. Wooden Spoon is the British and Irish Rugby charity which supports projects help mentally, physically disadvantaged children. Each year the charity supports around 70 projects. Through the programme funding is available for:
Aims/priorities: Grants are available for cultural and heritage organisations in England that were financially stable before the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis but are now at imminent risk of failure. The programme will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem to ensure that by 31 March 2021, successful applicants can reopen or, if reopening under social distancing is not permissible or does not represent a value for money approach, to operate on a sustainable and cost-efficient basis so that they are able to reopen at a later date.
Aims/priorities: Grants are available to small UK registered charities for building websites or digital products that enable them to carry out their work in a more efficient and effective way, resulting in positive social benefit. The funding is intended to help smaller charities build their online presence. The funding is to be used to build websites or digital products.
Priority projects for support include those in the following areas:
Aims/priorities: From our conversations with small and local charities and the wider sector, we know that to be able recover from this health crisis charities need unrestricted funding and the space and support to adapt their organisational, income generation and service delivery models which have been significantly impacted by COVID-19.
Aims/priorities: Forever Manchester is offering awards to help community centres make the adaptations that they need to in order to welcome groups and people back into their spaces in a Covid-secure way.
We recognise that Community Centres and other multi-use indoor community spaces are often at the heart of their local community but are facing immense challenges to re-open safely.
The Fund aims to help community centres make the changes they need to in order to re-open in a Covid-secure way.
Aims/priorities: The Community Support Fund (Phase Two) will accept applications organisations who are supporting those suffering from hardship as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Who can apply? To apply you need to be a charity or community group with your own bank account and relevant safeguarding policies in place. We expect you to be based in the area where you are offering help.
You must be applying for activity which is in line with your organisation’s aims and objects as shown in your governing documents.
Aims/priorities: The aim of the Hope Beyond grants programme is to enable churches and Christian charities to meet changing needs within their communities as the longer-term impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis becomes clearer.
The funding is for innovative, impactful projects that will enable people, organisations and communities to flourish in life after lockdown, building resilience and encouraging hope.
Projects that address at least one of the following three key themes are eligible:
Aims/priorities: The Feminist Review Trust was set up in 2001 with funding from the Feminist Review journal. Feminist Review is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal setting new agendas for feminism. The journal is committed to exploring gender in its relationship to other axes of power including race, class and sexuality.
The Feminist Review Trust has a small amount of funding that it offers to individuals and not-for-profit organisations for projects that transform the lives of women in the UK and internationally.
Aims/priorities: The Lady Neville Charity provides capital grants for arts and heritage projects Eligible arts and heritage projects can include: local heritage projects which help local groups to conserve and restore their landmarks, landscape, traditions and culture; or performing and visual arts organisations involved in performances, art, music, and drama activities.
Who can apply? Registered charities and not-for-profit organisations whose total annual income is less than £100,000pa and where the total project/item must be less than £10,000.
Aims/priorities: The grants programme supports a broad range of creative and cultural projects that benefit people living in England. Projects can range from directly creating and delivering creative and cultural activity to projects which have a longer term positive impact, such as organisational development, research and development and sector support and development.
The funding is for projects that are focused on one or more of the following disciplines: