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The Armed Forces Covenant Local Grants programme, makes grants of up to £20,000 for local projects that support community integration or local delivery of services. Community Integration projects should create strong local links between the Ar...
MHCLG are providing up to £1million of the Cold Weather Fund to Homeless link to administer funding to charitable organisations that are not commissioned by local authorities. The project’s overall aim is to financially support local providers in helpi...
Information on how local authorities, charities and community groups can submit bids for funding from the Windrush Day Grant scheme.
The Adult Learning Technology Innovation Fund (ALTIF) will support the development of innovative services that help people navigate the changing labour market and learn the skills they need for the future of work.
The Mayor has launched the new Skills for Londoners Innovation Fund. The £6.4m Fund is designed to support London’s Adult Education Budget (AEB) grant-funded provider base to deliver activity that meets the Mayor’s priorities for education and skills in London, demonstrates innovation and delivers key outcomes.
The prospectus sets out how eligible providers can apply for the Fund and the types of activities it will support.
£5 million is available for charities, to buy, build or renovate facilities for physical activities in London or Surrey. The Trust will give grants of between £5,000- £20,000 for their small grants programme and £20,001 - £150,000 for their Major grants programme.
We want to improve the educational opportunities of children and young people from birth to 25 years old who are resident, or attending an educational institution , in our area of benefit. We under…
The work of the Road Safety Trust is vitally important in helping to reduce the numbers of people killed or injured on UK roads every year. All of our funds come from our trading subsidiary company, UKROEd, which operates the National Driver Offender R...
Invitation to community-led organisations in partnership with local authorities to apply for funding to create new pocket parks and refurbish existing parks.
Culture Seeds. is a two-year rolling programme, so you can apply at any time until March 2020 (for projects that finish by May 2020) for funding between £1,000-£5,000.
The new grants will be used to support community-led cultural projects in every London borough.
Culture Seeds will support not-for-profit, small or informal organisations and groups as well as individuals as it is often harder for them to access funding.