We aim to keep this list as up to date as possible. Please note that the below are simply links to third parties and not necessarily guidance or information. Please refer back to our main page of COVID-19 updates for responses and communications from Funders or contact one of our Advisors to discuss your individual requirements.
Please note: This information would have been discussed at the most recent webinar or session, it may not necessarily be the most recently released, instead it may be highlighted due to relevance to our area, specific entry requirements or a short closing date.
1) – Village Halls and Community Spaces Support Grant – What we will fund; changing and adapting your venue to enable community activity to restart (e.g. essential repairs or small adaptations upon reopening, additional cleaning etc), contribution to core costs such as insurance and utility bills (e.g. heating, lighting), helping to subsidise community venues in the short term to enable them to return to hosting activities or to encourage new hirers, digital inclusion/connectivity – improved broadband to offer digital services/set up digital hub, promotion/marketing costs (up to a maximum £500), subsidise community lunch clubs or reimburse income from hosting a Foodbank whilst still incurring costs during the pandemic (e.g. heating and light). What we won’t fund; ongoing maintenance and refurbishment, resurfacing, landscaping or MUGA’s (Multi Use Games Areas), museums, cultural or arts venues, laptops or regular staff salaries.
2) – Community Restart Grant – To help you maintain or deliver existing local services or community activities after the pandemic that bring people together again. What we will fund, programme costs e.g. lunch clubs and community cooking courses, social clubs, community exercise classes core costs (for example utilities, insurance), some workforce and/or volunteer costs, venue hire costs and promotion and marketing costs (up to £500). What we will not fund; ongoing maintenance and refurbishment, resurfacing, landscaping or MUGA’s (Multi Use Games Areas), museums, cultural or arts venues, laptops, regular staff salaries, loss of income or capital projects.
Our 2021 Movement for Good awards – Phase 2. We are awarding 30 charities a share of £500,000. Grants of £10,000, £50,000 and £100,000 to be awarded. We understand the importance of longer-term funding for charities, especially when trying to bring ambitious new ideas to life. That’s why we are awarding 30 charities with a £10,000 grant. We understand the importance of longer-term funding for charities, especially when trying to bring ambitious new ideas to life. That’s why we are awarding 30 charities with a £10,000 grant. We are also aware of how difficult it can be to get larger transformative projects off the ground, so we are extremely pleased to announce that two of the lucky winners will receive an additional £50,000 grant and one will receive an additional £100,000 grant. Through our second phase of giving, we are actively championing innovation, giving charities the backing they need to propel their plans forward and turn creative ideas into practical solutions that benefit society. Applications close August 6th 2021.
The Ashworth Charitable Trust is a small grant-making charity. For the most part, the Trust looks to fund projects and not core funding. The Trust prefers to help fund humanitarian projects and activities that share our vision. Applications considered in February and November.
THE LOCAL CONNECTIONS FUND ROUND 2
Grants of between £300 and £2,500 for small, local charitable organisations, including charities, social enterprises, Community Interest Companies and Faith groups in England working to bring people and communities together and reduce loneliness and isolation caused by COVID-19.
Application deadline: to be confirmed (check the National Lottery Community Fund website for updates).
The overarching aim of the programme is to enable small charities and community groups in England that are working to reduce loneliness build connections across their communities by awarding a large number of micro-grants of between £300 and £2,500.
Please note that organisations that successfully applied to Round 1 of the Fund are not eligible to apply to Round 2. Further information about the Fund are available on the National Lottery Community Fund website.
Community Ownership Fund: prospectus – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). Matched funded bids can be up to £250,000 or £1 million for Sports projects. Voluntary and community organisations can bid for match funding. Funding may support the purchase and/or renovation costs of community assets and amenities. There will be 8 bidding rounds, with Round 1 submissions needing to be submitted by the 13th August 2021.
Dorset Council – Village Halls and Community Spaces Support Grant – What we will fund; changing and adapting your venue to enable community activity to restart (e.g. essential repairs or small adaptations upon reopening, additional cleaning etc), contribution to core costs such as insurance and utility bills (e.g. heating, lighting), helping to subsidise community venues in the short term to enable them to return to hosting activities or to encourage new hirers, digital inclusion/connectivity – improved broadband to offer digital services/set up digital hub, promotion/marketing costs (up to a maximum £500), subsidise community lunch clubs or reimburse income from hosting a Foodbank whilst still incurring costs during the pandemic (e.g. heating and light). What we won’t fund; ongoing maintenance and refurbishment, resurfacing, landscaping or MUGA’s (Multi Use Games Areas), museums, cultural or arts venues, laptops or regular staff salaries.
Dorset Council – Community Restart Grant – To help you maintain or deliver existing local services or community activities after the pandemic that bring people together again. What we will fund, programme costs e.g. lunch clubs and community cooking courses, social clubs, community exercise classes core costs (for example utilities, insurance), some workforce and/or volunteer costs, venue hire costs and promotion and marketing costs (up to £500). What we will not fund; ongoing maintenance and refurbishment, resurfacing, landscaping or MUGA’s (Multi Use Games Areas), museums, cultural or arts venues, laptops, regular staff salaries, loss of income or capital projects DEADLINE 25th JULY 2021.
COVID-19 Response Funding for UK National Heritage Assets
Funding is available to community and public sector organisations in the UK for projects to protect nationally important heritage assets that are at risk due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The £40 million COVID-19 Response Fund, distributed by the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF), is open for applications.
Applications will be accepted from charities, non-profit organisations and public sector organisations with responsibility for an asset of outstanding importance to the UK’s national heritage which is at risk due to the impact of COVID-19.
Funding is intended to support any heritage asset which may be at risk, including:
There are no deadlines for applications. The fund will close at the end of April 2023.
Local Connections Fund ROUND 2 – Grants of between £300 and £2,5000 for small, local charitable organisations, including charities, social enterprises, Community Interest Companies and Faith groups in England working to bring people and communities together and reduce loneliness and isolation caused by COVID-19. The overarching aim of the programme is to enable small charities and community groups in England that are working to reduce loneliness build connections across their communities by awarding a large number of micro-grants of between £300 and £2,500. Round 2 of the Local Connections Fund will open to applications on Monday 28 June 2021. (Please note that organisations that successfully applied to Round 1 of the Fund are not eligible to apply to Round 2.) Further information is available on the National Lottery Community Fund website
Arts Council England National Lottery Projects Grants – Available for individual artist, community and cultural organisations to support arts, museums and libraries projects that engage people in England with arts and culture. The programme will aim to support individuals and organisations to get activities up and running again, and to help people take their first steps in getting re-engaged with culture and creativity. Grants of between £1,000 and £100,000 are available. The funding can support projects lasting up to a maximum of three years.
National Lottery Community Fund Re-Opens Regular Funding Programmes for England After being paused due to the coronavirus crisis, the National Lottery Awards for All, Reaching Communities, and Partnerships funding programmes are open for applications again. Organisations can apply for funding to continue to deliver activity – whether the community needs crisis response, recovery or business as usual activity, or change and adapt, becoming more resilient to respond to new and future challenges. The Community Fund emphasised that it will continue to support people and communities that are most adversely impacted by the crisis and will be flexible and responsive to the needs of communities and the organisations supporting them. Applications for all three programmes are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Sport England Return to Play – Small Grants Programme Opens for Applications Not for profit organisations delivering community sport and physical activity in England can apply now for funding to help them adapt to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a particular focus on tackling inequalities. Grants of between £300 and £10,000 are available to not-for-profit voluntary groups, sports clubs, community clubs, registered charities, community interest companies, social enterprises, not-for-profit companies and leisure operators, operating a single site in England. Closing date not advertised.
The Volant Charitable Trust Covid-19 Response Fund – Set up by JK Rowling, offers grants for charitable organisations focussed on alleviating social deprivation and helping vulnerable groups who have been affected by the pandemic – Round 2 closes 31st July 2021.
The RAFT Transition Fund (Round 2) is a £1 million grant programme designed to support ‘high impact’ small charities and social enterprises as they adapt to a post-COVID world. Closing date not advertised.
Allchurches Trust’s Hope Beyond grants programme is to enable churches and Christian charities to meet changing needs within their communities. Closing date not advertised.
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ECCLESIASTICAL INSURANCE MOVEMENT FOR GOOD AWARDS 2021
(PHASE 2) – Grants up to £10,000 for registered charities in the UK and the Republic of Ireland to turn creative ideas into practical projects in the areas of arts, culture and heritage, climate change and environment, education and skills, human rights and equality, and community development in rural areas. Application deadline: Phase 2 – Friday 6 August 2021
Ironmongers Company Funding to Enable Disadvantaged Young People Reach their Potential. Registered charities (including Schools that are registered as charities for young people with disabilities) that work with disadvantaged children can apply for funding of up to £10,000 through this programme. Projects must meet all of the following criteria; For children and young people under the age of 25 who are disadvantaged, Consist of educational activities that develop learning, motivation and skills, Have clear aims and objectives to be met within a planned timescale and Be within the UK. The Company is particularly interested in enabling primary age children to develop a strong foundation for the future. Projects could; support special educational needs, address behavioural problems or promote citizenship, parenting or life skills for example. Preference will be given to projects piloting new approaches where the outcomes will be disseminated to a wider audience. The next deadline for applications is the 31st July 2021.
Comic Relief and Government Join Forces to Offer a Digital Fund for Domestic Abuse Charities Funding for smaller, specialist organisations in England and Wales that support survivors and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence, who are led ‘by, with and for’ communities facing racial inequality, disabled people or LGBTQ+ communities. There is a total funding pot of £2 million. It is expected that around 25 grants of between £5,000 and £70,000 will be awarded. Successful applicants will also receive digital and technical coaching and expertise from a support partner.The funding is for proposals taking place in England and/or Wales that address the programme’s outcomes which are to increase organisations digital capacity through; Building additional capability– this could cover updating digital infrastructure e.g CRM, purchasing hardware and equipment, website design, online chat functions and signposting and Scoping need – working to plan, design and test digital and remote provision, in able to pilot new ways of working, supporting more survivors and victims, while gathering evidence and rationale to develop this beyond the funding period, and strengthen the prospect of future funding. The funding is available for a maximum of six months. Grant payments are expected to be made at the end of September 2021. All funds must be spent by 31 March 2022.
GARFIELD WESTON ARE NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS Grants for UK registered charities to support a wide range of projects in the areas of welfare, youth, community, arts, faith, environment, education, health, and museums and heritage. Regular grants of up to £100,000 can be used for; Capital costs, Revenue/unrestricted core costs and Project costs with those working in the areas of welfare, youth, community, arts, faith, environment, education, health, and museums and heritage can apply. Match funding is required. The Foundation recommends that applicants have around half of their funding identified before applying. A grant is unlikely to be for more than around 10% of the total costs of the budget. There are no deadlines. Applications for grants of up to £100,000 can be made at any time and are reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Lloyds Bank Foundation – Small and medium-sized charities with income between £25,000 and £1 million can apply for two-year, unrestricted funding of £50,000 alongside dedicated development support. Charities can check their eligibility for funding under 11 complex social issues we focus on or our Racial Equity funding strand, where we are looking to support charities with more than half of their Trustee Board self-identifying as belonging to a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic community. Application deadline: None.
THE NORTHWICK CHARITABLE TRUST – Grants of between £1,000 and £50,000 for UK registered charities working in the UK and/or overseas in the areas of conservation, the environment, the relief of poverty, mental health, physical disability and youth work. Application deadline: None (No website, info is government website.)
Local School Grants to Support Learning in Nature – Supported by the People’s Postcode Lottery, is providing support to schools and early years settings to enhance outdoor learning training for staff and purchase equipment. The two elements are; Fully funded outdoor learning training for staff, £500 of equipment for outdoor learning. Next round Deadlines – 3rd Sept / 12th Nov.
The Matthew Good Foundation Foundation – 5 small UK not-for-profit organisations with an annual turnover of less than £50,000 have an opportunity to be selected to receive a share of £10,000 every 3 months. New projects and innovative ideas in the areas of community development/local communities, environment and people are supported. Rolling deadlines.
The Radcliffe Trust – one of the UK oldest grant-making trusts, the Radcliffe Trust’s next funding round is for cultural heritage and craft projects. Grants are normally for between £2,500 and £7,500 and are made to UK registered charities and Community Interest Companies (CICs). The application deadline is 31st July.
The Talbot Village Trust – Small and large capital grants for charitable organisations, including churches and places of education, for projects benefiting people who are disadvantaged, elderly or young in Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Isle of Purbeck and East Dorset. Grant awards can vary considerably, from under £900 to upwards of £100,000. There is a matched funding requirement for this programme. Applicants will be expected to provide between a quarter and a third of the total project cost. Closes on Saturday 31 July.
Sport England’s Return to Play – Small grants into rural areas with £10,000 capital and revenue available. Applications from village hall committees are welcome. There is no advertised closing date although 50% of the funds have already been allocated.
Dorset Council is seeking applications from relevant organisations to apply for government’s Community Renewal Fund. The Fund is specifically for projects that focus on supporting people and communities most in need across the UK.
Magic Little Grants will make twice as many grants this year and is perfect for small groups. This programme is now live and accepting applications until 31st October 2021. The Magic Little Grants Fund provides charities and community groups that are either in their first year of operation or have an annual income under £250k the opportunity to apply for a £500 grant within the following themes:
The Youth Endowment Fund (YEF) funds, supports and evaluates programmes and community partnerships to build an evidence base of what works to prevent children and young people becoming involved in violence. They have one remaining themed grants:
Peter Harrison Foundation – Opportunities though Sport supports sporting activities that provide opportunities for people who are disabled, or for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential and develop personal and life skills. Applications are accepted from registered charities throughout the United Kingdom. No listed closing date.
The Hargreaves Foundation – Grants for UK charities and educational institutions which use sport and education to support children and young people aged 18 and under living with a mental health condition, disability, or who are growing up in poverty. The Foundation will prioritise applications from the South West region. The Foundation is specifically looking to support projects that; improve academic engagement and attainment, mental and physical health benefits of participatory sport, aid future employability, ensure sport is accessible and also fosters life skills. No listed closing date.
The National Lottery Community Fund Growing Great Ideas Programme – New £25 million revenue and capital grant programme offering grants starting at £150,000 over multiple years to a wide range of UK not-for-profit organisations for innovative ideas and initiatives that can drive transformational, long-term change. No deadline advertised.
Postcode Local Trust – Funding for smaller charities and good causes in the west of England under the themes of mental wellbeing, participation in the arts, the impact of poverty, promoting equality, biodiversity, physical activity and sustainability. Rounds open each month.
The Pixel Fund – Grants of between £500 and £5,000 for UK-based registered charities and Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) for projects that promote the mental health and wellbeing of children and young adults aged 25 and under. No advertised deadline for applications.
Ashley Family Foundation Grants are available for projects in England and Wales that fit with the Foundation’s ethos of protecting rural communities and encouraging participation in the arts. Supporting community museums, farms, gardens, schools and other charitable organisations with small-scale arts and community projects. No deadlines mentioned.
THE BAILY THOMAS CHARITABLE FUND Small and large grants for registered charities, schools and voluntary organisations associated with a registered charity working with children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism in the UK. Applications closed for grants over £10,000 but Applications for under £5,000 however may be made at any time.
Sherling Charitable Trust – Grants up to £5000 are available to charities in Buckinghamshire and Dorset working in education, sports, health and arts. The Charity does not have a website so for all enquiries contact: Trust Administrator, The Sherling Charitable Trust, Lincoln House, Woodside Hill, Chalfont St. Peter, Gerrards Cross, SL9 9TF.
Barclays 100×100 UK Covid-19 Community Relief Fund is OPEN for applications. This is a very specific fund, with the aim of supporting farming and rural communities to expand on new services that have emerged to support the local community during this time and to build future resilience. Applications will close when Barclays feel they have fit the parameters of the grant round.
Postcode Local Trust – Funding for smaller charities and good causes in the west of England under the themes of mental wellbeing, participation in the arts, the impact of poverty, promoting equality, biodiversity, physical activity and sustainability. Rounds open each month.
The Percy Bilton Charity UK Those assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards capital expenditure. Social workers may also apply on the behalf of individuals who have a disability or mental health problem, or who are over 65, for grants to purchase basic furniture, equipment and clothing. There is no advertised deadline for applications.
National Lottery Awards for All England – A quick way to apply for smaller amounts of funding between £300 and £10,000.
THE WAR MEMORIALS TRUST – Grants up to £30,000 (but averaging £3,783) for charitable organisations, town and parish council and individuals in the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man to conserve and protect memorials in the UK commemorating any conflict. Application deadline: none – applications may be made at any time (pre-application form in the first instance).
The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust is a general grant-making Trust which supports a wide range of charitable organisations with a particular interest in the arts and museums, conservation, employment, education and training, homelessness, leisure, offenders, social welfare and young people. Grants are made for both capital and revenue purposes. They do not have a website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org No application deadline.
COMIC RELIEF CAPACITY BUILDING GRANTS – Grants up to £1,000 for small local grassroots organisations in England to become more resilient and improve their ability to deliver local projects. No Application deadline. Who can apply: grassroots community organisations and charities in England with an annual income of less than £250,000. Eligible organisations include registered charities, constituted voluntary and community organisations, Community Interest Companies (CICs) and social enterprises.
Low Carbon Dorset programme has been extended! Their three year programme was set to come to a close at the end of the year, but thanks to additional funds secured from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) they will now continue to deliver the programme until the end of 2022. This means that businesses, community groups and public-sector organisations can continue to access support for energy-efficiency and renewable energy projects for two more years. No advertised deadline, project runs till end of 2022.
The Leche Trust – grants generally around £2,000 for UK registered charities, community organisations and public authorities for the conservation of public buildings, professional excellence in the performing arts and overseas students outside of the European Union for the final six months of their PhD studies. Most awards are made in the area of performance arts, including music, opera, dance and theatre, particularly where the emphasis is on young artist development and the commissioning of new works. Deadline not advertised.
TRUSTHOUSE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION Small grants with a focus on community support now open, major grants with a focus on family support. Deadline not advertised.
THE DOUGLAS ARTER FOUNDATION – Grants between £500 and £2,500 to UK registered charities for projects that benefit children and adults with a physical or mental disability. No deadline mentioned but information can be obtained by emailing email@example.com.
The Joyce Fletcher Charitable Trust The main charitable activities of the trust reflect the interests of the trustees in the support of music and the arts in a social and therapeutic context, particularly in the lives of children, the disabled and disadvantaged. Deadlines are 1st November each and every year.
The Steel Charitable Trust. Grants between £2,500 and £25,000 for registered charities, CICs and CIOs working in the arts and heritage, economic and/or social disadvantage, education, health and the environment. No advertised deadline.
THE CENTRAL SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL TRUST Up to £1,000 for sports clubs and organisations in England to provide facilities for leisure activities that benefit disadvantaged children and young people aged up to 21. No advertised deadline.
THE E S G ROBINSON CHARITABLE TRUST. Small grants, £1,000 or less,for registered charities working in the areas of music and the arts, numismatics, older people, disadvantaged people, the environment, conservation and sustainability, and young people. The Trust has a stated preference for supporting causes in Dorset and the West Country. No advertised deadline. The Trust does not maintain a website. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
THE WHITEHALL CHARITABLE FOUNDATION LIMITED – Small grants averaging £2,636 for UK registered charities supporting seafaring men and women and their families, and for educational and welfare projects. No advertised deadline. The Foundation does not have a website so please contact Simon Turnbull on Tel: 01252 343949 or Email: email@example.com
THE CLA CHARITABLE TRUST – Grants averaging £2,500 for registered charities, registered companies, social enterprises (including Community Interest Companies) and voluntary organisations based and working in England and Wales to provide (a) facilities for people with a disability so that they can participate in country sports and recreation, and training in agriculture and horticulture, and (b) education in and of the countryside for disadvantaged children and young people. No advertised deadlines.
The Cooks Charity The Charity aims to provide funding that will benefit people of all ages and backgrounds in the context of food, cookery and catering. The vast majority of grants are awarded for educational projects. No advertised deadlines.
THE LADY COBHAM FOUNDATION – Grants between £500 and £5,000 for general charitable causes with a preference for Dorset and Hampshire. The foundation can be approached through The Lady Cobham Foundation, Charles Russell LLP, 5 Fleet Place, London, EC4M 7RD, Tel: 020 7203 5000. No advertised deadlines.
Nineveh Charitable Trust funds those promoting a better understanding of the environment and countryside, facilitating improved access, education and research. Maximum grants have been £5,000 per year for up to three years. No advertised deadlines.
The Central Social and Recreational Trust – grants up to £1,000 for sports clubs and organisations in England to provide opportunities and facilities for disadvantaged children and young people aged 21 and under. No advertised deadlines.
The Morrisons Foundation– Grants of between £1,000 and £25,000 for new projects that will benefit their local community. Initiatives that support people who are disadvantaged and that have struggled to secure funding from other sources are likely to be prioritised. No advertised deadlines.
THE ANDY FANSHAWE MEMORIAL TRUST – Grants up to £400 for individuals and not-for-profit organisations, including schools and youth clubs, for projects that enable disadvantaged young people in the UK to take up opportunities in ‘the great outdoors’. No advertised deadlines.
The Kilroot Foundation – Supports those helping to develop young people, as well as the conservation of the natural and built environment. The Foundation does not maintain a website. Further information is via the Charity Commission website. Applications should be made in writing, addressed to: The Kilroot Foundation, 13 Portland Road, London, W11 4LH. No advertised deadlines.
The Fat Beehive Foundation – Grants up to £2,500 are available for charities to build websites or digital products. Applications reviewed each quarter.
The Headley Trust – Grants for charities working in the arts, heritage, education, health, social welfare, cathedrals and major churches to name a few. No advertised deadlines.
The Daniell Trust – a recently founded Trust that makes grants to a range of smaller, locally based charities. Preferred funding areas are support for children with special needs and projects that preserve the natural environment. Applications accepted until 30th September each year.
The Ragdoll Foundation Small Grants Programme – the Foundation’s Small Grants and Main Grants programmes are currently open. Small Grants – offers grants of up to £1,500 for charities providing imaginative and innovative projects that see the world from a child’s point of view. No advertised deadlines.
The National Farmers Union (NFU) charitable trust for charities, community groups and schools across the UK. No advertised deadlines.
THE YELLOW DOG COMMUNITY AND CONSERVATION FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAMME – Small grants up to £3,925 for conservation projects around the world to enhance communities, build partnerships and support conservation in places where fishing is found. No advertised deadlines.
GANE Trust – Grants up to £500 for art, craft and design, as well as social welfare and care activities, (with a preference for supporting individuals in South West England and South Wales). No advertised deadlines.
The Julia and Hans Rausing Trust, prioritising Health and Wellbeing, Welfare and Education, Arts and Culture. No advertised deadlines.
Wessex Water Foundation funding scheme for projects across the Wessex Water region. No advertised deadlines.
Screwfix Foundation Funding to support projects that relate to the repair, maintenance, improvement or construction of homes, community buildings and other buildings. No advertised deadlines.
The Truemark Trust – Grants between £1,000 and £5.000 for small local UK charities working to address social distress and disadvantage, with a preference for innovative neighbourhood-based community projects and unpopular causes. Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org No advertised deadlines.
The March Christian Trust – Grants between £300 and £2,000 for UK registered charities working in the areas of social welfare, arts and heritage, environmental causes and animal welfare, healthcare, education and training. No Application deadlines.
Soldiers Charity – cases will initially be submitted to the appropriate Regimental and Corps charity. No advertised deadlines.
The Wakeham Trust – Grants generally between £125 and £2,500 for charities who are new or experimental with a strong community emphasis. No advertised deadlines.
BlueSpark Foundation, supporting the education and development of children and young people. No advertised deadlines.
The Boshier-Hinton Foundation, small grants up to £2,000 for charities working with those with special educational or other needs. No advertised deadlines.
W.G. Edwards Charitable Foundation – For care provisions and wellbeing for older people. No advertised deadlines.
THE ALBERT HUNT TRUST– Grants usually between £1,000 and £2,000 for small local UK charities promoting health and wellbeing, supporting the homeless and providing hospice care. Currently closed, check website as they may reopen for applications again.
Local Restriction Support Grant Update – If you haven’t automatically had your payment or think you may be eligible but didn’t apply then click here for the Dorset Council’s web pages.
The Architectural Heritage Fund are organising a programme of online events, in partnership with Heritage Trust Network, National Lottery Heritage Fund and Locality. These focus on community led regeneration and utilising buildings for community benefit. Sessions past and future can be found here – http://www.heritagetrustnetwork.org.uk/events/
Click for your guide to understanding the Energy Redress Scheme.
The Association of Charitable Fundraisers have encouraged funders to contact their grantees and discuss how they can best support them.
Latest information from Dorset Council Fund Finder – Sign up here. By signing up you will receive regular funding updates and be able to search their database.
The Government has created a page which brings together all the different funding pots linked to the £750m support package.
Please do note that this page is kept as accurate as it can be although due to the nature of these funds as well as their opening and closing times for applications, there may be times when it is not 100% correct.