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Funding Newsletter
May 2022
Have Your Say To Help Shape NLCF Strategy

The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF)

Strategy Renewal

The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) has launched an 18-month Strategy Renewal process that will shape how it supports people and communities to prosper and thrive in the future. The process is starting with a six-week anonymous survey which will enable diverse communities from across the UK to join in conversations about their hopes and ambitions and the challenges they face, as well as sharing their views on the best ways lottery funding might support their communities. The input gained will help shape how the NLCF invests in communities going forward as well as the wider support it offers.
The survey only takes a few minutes and I think it is really important that our community needs are well represented. My concern is that funder remits are becoming increasingly narrow, cutting out the majority of organisations, at a time of increased pressure on services following the pandemic, when other funding streams have been reduced and when funding is more competitive. There seems to be a scarcity of funders willing to fund core costs across broader concerns. I spend a lot of time searching through thousands of funds for organisations and often just when I think I have found a suitable fund, upon closer inspection, I will discover that although the remit is in the right area the funder only wants to fund a specific audience group within this category, or a specific geographic area, or a specific kind of project. 
The NLCF strategy renewal survey is a good opportunity for you to ensure that the funding needs of your organisation are well understood and represented.
Full details along with the survey can be found on the NLCF website.

Funding Surgeries 2022
June 15th 2022: 10.00am
Grants Applicant Programme (GAP)
Government Grants Management Function, Cabinet Office.

The GAP team will present the first phase of the pilot government grants funding platform ‘Find a Grant’. A new funding platform designed to make it simpler, faster and fairer for everyone to find and apply for government grants. The team will explain how to access this free platform and demonstrate how to browse, search, filter and receive notifications for a small but growing sample of government grants.
You can also register to become part of the ‘Government Grants Community’ and directly feed in your thoughts on the platform to the GAP team.
Don’t miss this opportunity to find out more about this free platform and access to government grants.

We are also hoping to confirm two other presentations for this funding surgery in relation to government grants and government data. 


Invite to register will be included in the June Funding Newsletter, but please hold this date in your diary now.
 
September 28th 2022: Charity Excellence Framework and How to Find Funders
November 9th 2022: Funding Fair

All events will commence at 10.00am and most will be one hour with the possible exception of the Funding Fair which will be 90 minutes.
Please hold all these dates in your schedule and await further communications.
Other events will be announced in due course.
Funding News
Women Funds
The Pink Ribbon Foundation

The Pink Ribbon Foundation has announced that it is currently accepting applications to its grantmaking programme.
Grants of up to £6,000 are available to UK charities:
  • To relieve the needs of people who are suffering from, or have been affected by, breast cancer by providing, or assisting in the provision of, information, care or emotional, practical and financial support.
  • To advance public education in the understanding of breast cancer, its early detection and treatment, in particular but not exclusively by commissioning, or conducting, research into the causes, detection and treatment of breast cancer and by disseminating the results of such research.
Higher grants may be awarded if the trustees feel there is a special reason to do so.
Any charity working in the field of breast cancer can apply for a grant.
Applications from general cancer charities must demonstrate that the grants requested will be applied to benefit those affected by breast cancer. Where applications relate to general services, details must be given of how many (and what proportion) of the total number benefiting from the charity's work are affected by breast cancer.
The closing date for applications is the 27th May 2022.
For more information please click on the following link.
Faith and Places of Worship Funds

William and Jane Morris Fund

Grants of between £500 and £5,000 are available to churches, chapels and other places of worship built before 1896 to carry out small programmes of conservation work to decorative features and monuments. All work funded must be directed by a professional architect or established conservator and completed according to the principles of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB). The funding is being made available through the William and Jane Morris Fund. Applications can be submitted at any time however the next closing date for applications is the 31st August 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

Community and Social Welfare Funds

The Department for Levelling Up,
Housing & Communities

Shared Prosperity Fund

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities has launched the £2.6 billion UK Shared Prosperity Fund, which aims to level up all parts of the United Kingdom. A total of £2.6 billion is available through the Fund to replace the old EU structural Funds. All areas of the UK will be receiving an allocation from the Fund via a funding formula rather than a competition. The spending of the Fund at a local level will be planned and delivered by councils and mayoral authorities across England, Scotland and Wales working closely with local partners and the Scottish and Welsh governments. In Northern Ireland, UK government will have oversight of the Fund. Lead Local Authorities will need to submit their proposed Investment plans between the 30th June and the 1st August 2022. The first payments expected to lead local authorities will be from October 2022. The Funding period will last until March 2025.
For more information please click on this link.

 

Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund

Local residents, charities, community and voluntary groups, schools and statutory agencies can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for activities that highlight the dangers of Loan Sharks. The Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund is made available from money seized from convicted loan sharks by the England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT). Organisations will need to demonstrate the positive impact their project would have on their community, and how their project contributes to delivering the IMLT’s priorities which include: raising awareness of the dangers of loan sharks; promoting the work of the IMLT in communities; and encourage reporting of loan sharks. The Illegal Money Lending Team encourages bids from multiple organisations working together who can each bid for £5000 to put towards a collective project. The deadline for applications is midnight on the 30th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.


 

Groundwork and Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Neighbourhood Planning Grant Scheme


Groundwork is working with the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities to deliver the Neighbourhood Planning programme that helps local groups to develop a neighbourhood plan.

The Neighbourhood Planning Grant Scheme 2022/23 is now open for applications. Through the scheme, local communities can apply for funding of up to £18,000 to help shape the future of their local area through the development of neighbourhood plans or neighbourhood development orders. This can include issues such as the location of new homes, schools, businesses and green spaces, how they should look and what infrastructure is needed to support them. To apply, applicants will need to complete an Expression of Interest (EOI).  Once completed applicants will automatically be directed to the application form.
For more information please click on this link.


 

Co-operative Bank Donation Fund

Organisations such as Registered Charities, Co-operatives and Credit Unions; etc. that have a Community Directplus account with the Co-operative Bank can apply for grants of up to £1,000 from the Customer Donation Fund. Since 2003 the Co-operative Bank Donation Fund has donated over £750,000 to 866 organisations. The money can be used to support special projects and fundraising activities; and all Community Directplus account holders are eligible to apply. Examples of previous projects supported include the Theatre company 20 Stories High which received funding towards three dictaphones, 12 MP3 players and the work of an experienced Technical Manager to help develop and stage a new production; and Wiltshire Wood Recycling, a not for profit organisations, which received funding towards new tools, boots, hard hats and high-viz jackets for the workers. The closing dates for applications are March and September each year and they will then be assessed in April and October.
For more information please click on this link.



The Kingston Burrowes Community Fund

Kingston Burrowes have announced that the Kingston Burrowes Community Fund will return in 2022.
 The 2022 Community Fund builds on the success of previous community grants awarded, and this year, Kingston Burrowes are inviting local community groups or not for profits to apply for a share of the £500 fund. Two grants of £250 will be awarded to projects from the boroughs of Kingston, Sutton and Epsom & Ewell.
For more information please click on this link.


 

National Allotment Gardens Trust

Grants of between £250 and £2,000 are available to registered Allotment Associations and committees across the UK for the improvement and development of facilities on registered and permitted sites. The funding is being made available by the National Allotment Gardens Trust which aims to advance and improve the Allotments/Gardens movement through education, training, workshops and support. Non-statutory sites may also be granted funding if a long-term lease is in place. Applications will be assessed by the Board of Trustees on a quarterly basis. The next deadline for applications is the 1st July 2022.
For more information please click on this link.


 

Nationwide Building Society Community Grant Scheme

UK registered charities, Community Land Trusts and housing co-operatives will soon be able to apply for grants of up to £50,000 to support their work in tackling housing issues affecting vulnerable people. The grants are being made available across 11 UK regions through the £4 million Nationwide Building Society Community Grant Scheme. The program will fund between 50% to 100% of the total cost of projects lasting up to two years to help prevent people from losing their home, help people into a home or support people to thrive within the home environment. Up to 20% of the amount requested can be used to cover core costs. Funding can also cover costs such as staff and volunteer costs, small-scale capital costs, and building works. The fund opens to applications on the 25th April 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

 

Rees Jefferies Road Fund

Grants and bursaries are available for research, education, and community projects to promote and secure better and safer roads in terms of design, engineering, and aesthetics, including enhancements of the experience of road users. Funded activity includes courses leading to traffic engineering and transport planning, research projects and programmes or schemes to improve the highway network and the roadside environment, such as roadside parks and open spaces. No maximum or minimum grant levels are indicated. However, most grants given in the past have been between 5,000 and £25,000. The funding is being made 10th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



The Financial Fairness Trust

Charities, voluntary organisations, think tanks, campaigning groups, research bodies and universities can apply for grants of between £10,000 and £200,000 for strategic work that improves financial wellbeing, especially for those on low-to-middle incomes.
The abrdn Financial Fairness Trust’s grant programme invites proposals from organisations across the UK seeking funding for policy work, campaigning and research focused on three areas that influence financial wellbeing: income; spending; and assets. These areas might include wages, pensions and taxation, gambling, borrowing and repayment problems, and savings. Between fifteen and twenty grants are awarded each year and priority is given to work focusing on younger generations.
The deadline for applications is 1pm on the 3rd June 2022.
For more information please click on the following link.

Environmental and Conservation Funds

Sea-Changers - Main Grants Programme
Marine conservation charities and not for profit organisations (including schools) based and working in the UK can apply for grants of up to £1,200 towards projects and research that address the root causes of marine conservation threats and challenges in the UK, and increase the number of people taking action for marine conservation. The funding, which is being made available through the Sea-Changers Main Grants programme, seeks to support creative and innovative approaches which have lasting benefits and outcomes. Sea-Changers is particularly interested in grassroots projects which galvanise community action and in projects which increase the number of people taking action for marine conservation. The next deadline for applications is the 30th September 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



NFU Mutual Charitable Trust

Charities working in rural areas to support rural development can apply for grants of up to £50,000. The funding is available for mainly larger projects that would have a significant impact upon rural economies. Projects supported in the past have ranged from City farms, Federations of Young Farmers Clubs and farming Community Networks. The funding is being made available through the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust. In addition, the Trust's Centenary Award is now open for applications. The annual award provides bursaries to pay up to 75% of course fees for selected students who are undertaking a postgraduate course in agriculture (Masters or PhD) within the UK. The next closing date for applications is the 27th May 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



Nineveh Charitable Trust

UK based schools and not for profit organisations can apply for funding to the Nineveh Charitable Trust for a broad range of projects and activities that promote a better understanding of the environment and countryside, whilst facilitating improved access, education and research. Whilst the Trust does not specify a minimum or maximum grant amount that can be applied for, an analysis of previous grants would suggest a maximum of £5,000 per year for up to three years.
Applications can be submitted at any time.
For more information please click on this link.

Overseas Development Funds

The Philip Henman Trust

UK based charities working overseas can apply for grants of up to £25,000 for projects that benefit some of the most deprived people and communities in the developing world. The funding can be awarded over a period of 3 – 5 years as grants of between £3,000 and £5,000 per year. Previous awards have been made to Cool Earth to provide safe sanitation for indigenous rainforest villages in Papua New Guinea; Point Foundation to support community-based living for the disabled in Rwanda; and Just a Drop, a schools water and sanitation project in Kenya. Applications are considered once a year. The next closing date for applications is the 10th September 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

BAME Funds
BBC Children in Need and BBC Radio 1 Xtra
We Move Social Action Fund


BBC Children in Need, working in partnership with BBC Radio 1Xtra, have launched a £10 million programme to empower Black children and young people through youth social action. The ‘We Move: Youth Social Action Fund’ is open to not-for-profit organisations across the UK currently working with disadvantaged children and young people, at least 75% of whom self-identify as Black, to empower them to use their voice to tackle subjects that matter to them. This could include activities such as influencing, fundraising and volunteering. The programme will provide £1 million per year for 10 years. Grants of up to £15,000 for unregistered organisations and up to £50,000 for registered organisations will be available for projects lasting up to 18 months. The deadline for applications is the 20th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.
Arts and Culture Funds

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation

Collections Fund

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation has announced that the latest funding round of the Collections Fund is now open for applications.
The Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund supports museums to use their collections to become relevant and sustainable organisations that are connected to and valued by their communities. All applications to the fund must focus on existing collections, typically held by an Accredited museum or partnership of museums and other organisations, and the funded work must engage and involve audiences to achieve public benefit.
Run by the Museums Association, the foundation will award grants of up to £90,000 over two years to support approximately seven to ten projects which test new, ambitious, creative collections engagement that has a social impact.
The Foundation is particularly interested in projects that build on relationships and learning from the Covid-19 pandemic, and tackle contemporary issues such as decolonisation, climate change and anti-racism.
The deadline for expressions of interest is the 14th September 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

 

The Youth Music Network
Trailblazer Fund
Catalyser Fund


The Youth Music Network which supports organisations working with young people facing barriers to make, learn and earn in music, has announced the launch of two new Funds. These are the Trailblazer Fund and Catalyser Fund which replace the previous Funds A, B and C. The Trailblazer Fund offers grants of up to £30,000 to people wanting to trial innovative ideas. This can include piloting new programmes, working with new technologies, or changing how things have always been done. The Catalyser Fund offers established organisations with a track record grants of up to £300,000 to sustain, scale-up delivery or create change in the music sector. The Trailblazer Fund is now open for applications and the closing date is the 13th May 2022. The Catalyser Fund will open at the end of April.
For more information please click on this link.


Historic England
Everyday Heritage Grants:
Celebrating Working Class Histories


Historic England is making grants available to fund community-led projects that will celebrate ‘overlooked’ working class histories.
Community or heritage organisations can apply for grants of up to £25,000 for projects that will celebrate the built or historic environment near them. The funding is made available through ‘Everyday Heritage Grants: Celebrating Working Class Histories’, which will support projects that allow people to share “overlooked” or “untold” stories of the place where they live.
Grants could be used to celebrate aspects of diverse heritage including railways, mines, factories, pubs, clubs, shipyards and council estates.
Historic England are particularly interested in funding smaller grass roots projects of less than £10,000.
Activities should provide volunteering opportunities for young people or people facing loneliness or isolation, as well as contribute positively to participants' wellbeing.
The closing date for applications is the 23rd May 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

Children and Youth Funds
Ironmongers Company's Grants Programme

Registered charities (including Schools that are registered as charities for young people with disabilities) that work with disadvantaged children under the age of 25 can apply for funding of up to £10,000 through the Ironmongers Company's grants 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
  • Are within the UK
The Company is particularly interested in enabling primary age children to develop a strong foundation for the future. Projects could, for example:
  • support special educational needs,
  • address behavioural problems
  • promote citizenship, parenting or life skills.
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 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



The Toy Trust

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to small registered charities to fund equipment and services to support disabled and disadvantaged children under the age of 13 across the UK.
The Toy Trust fund:
  • helps disadvantaged children and their families to alleviate suffering;
  • supports children through awful experiences;
  • encourages achievement through adversity;
  • purchases vital equipment;
  • provides care;
  • bolsters existing initiatives;
  • initiates brand new projects;
  • and satisfies basic needs.
Groups that have carried out some form of effective fundraising by themselves are particularly encouraged to apply.
The next deadline to apply is mid-June 2022 for the July meeting of Trustees.
For more information please click on this link.


 

Young Darwin Scholarship
 

The Field Studies Council (FSC) are seeking applications to their Young Darwin Scholarship programme, an initiative which encourages and supports young people aged 16-25 in England who have a real interest in the natural world. The programme includes a heavily subsidised 5-day residential trip, or series of days for 75 scholars along with additional support and mentoring, including advice on study and career choices, reduced price FSC training courses, annual reunions and online webinars. The FSC will cover 90% of the cost of the scholarship. Scholars will pay the remaining 10%, approximately £45-£90 depending on location. The deadline for applications is the 5th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.


 

The Health Foundation

Emotional Support for Young People Programme

A new £750,000 programme has been launched to fund research into young people’s experience of emotional support and the effect this has on their mental health outcomes. The Health Foundation’s Emotional Support for Young People programme will support four to six teams across the UK, with up to £200,000 funding each, to complete research projects over twelve to eighteen months. These will help develop the evidence base on what shapes the emotional support that young people experience. Applications from teams combining expertise from a broad range of disciplines, including social psychology, sociology and other social sciences are encouraged. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until 12pm on the 6th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

Health and Well-Being Funds

Laughology – Happiness Fund

Funding is available for grassroots, neighbourhood-based community projects that build happy, strong, resilient communities across the UK.
Individuals and small, not-for-profit businesses can apply for funding to set up new groups and activities that improve mental health and wellbeing, inclusion, and learning and skills development in local communities.  To be successful, applicants will need to indicate how the activity/group can become self-sustainable or be able to attract funding from other sources for the longer term.
The funding is made available through Laughology’s Happiness Fund, which makes one award of £2,500 per quarter, allowing up to four different projects per year to be supported.
The next deadline for applications is midnight on the 17th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



Parkinson’s UK
Physical Activity Grants Programme

Community groups and organisations across the UK can apply for grants of up to £2,500 to help people with Parkinson's to become and stay active.

The Funding is for new activities that encourage people affected by Parkinson’s to participate in physical activity and sport, or increased participation in these areas. This could be anything fun and enjoyable that encourages people, particularly those from isolated and ethnic communities, to get moving such as a walking group, joining a Parkinson's boxing class, or playing ball games.

The funding, which is made available through the Parkinson’s UK Physical Activity Grants Programme, can be used to cover costs such as equipment, facility hire, maintenance of equipment, coaching fees, and training.

The closing date for applications is 12pm on the 10th June 2022.

For more information please click on this link.

Sport Funds

Premier League Stadium Fund

Non-League and Women’s League Football Clubs in England can apply for a share of £16 million in funding to make improvements to their stadiums. The funding, The funding, which can be obtained up to the end of next season, is being made available through the Premier League Stadium Fund to enable clubs that play in the National League System (Step 1-6) and the Women’s Football Pyramid (Tier 1-4) to improve and develop their grounds. This could include new covered seating and ancillary facilities, LED floodlights, new or refurbished changing rooms, pitch-maintenance equipment, and boundary fencing to help make stadiums more safe and secure. The fund is administered by the Football Foundation. Applications for this club development fund will open on the 6th April 2022.
For more information please click on this link.



The Rowing Foundation

Grants of between £500 and £3,000 are available to organisations, schools and clubs involved in Rowing to help purchase equipment, such as boats, sculls, ergos, oars and essential safety equipment. The funding is being made available through the Rowing Foundation and preference is given for activities focused on the young or disabled. Grants can cover up to 50% of costs. The next deadline to apply to the Rowing Foundation is the 16th May 2022.
For more information please click on this link.

Armed Forces and Veteran Funds

The Veterans' Foundation

 
Armed Forces charities and other not-for-profit organisations can apply for grants of up to £30,000 for projects and activities supporting serving armed forces personnel, veterans, operationally qualified seafarers and their immediate families.
The Veterans' Foundation will award funding for projects lasting up to three years to organisations with low to medium income. A range of factors will be considered including the service or item being funded, the number of beneficiaries, the importance of the grant to the applicant organisation, the efficiency of the organisation, need of the beneficiaries and its urgency.
The next closing date is the 20th May 2022.
For more information please click on this link.


The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust
 
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust has announced three funding programmes which will open in Spring and Summer 2022.   All the three programmes have a focus on providing targeted support for veterans, Armed Forces families and serving personnel.
This can be for new and additional support; or could build on work that organisations have already done. 
The programmes to be launched will include:
  • The Force for Change Programme will reopen in April 2022; with a focus on funding local projects that respond to hidden and known needs within Armed Forces Communities, which can include standalone projects that would enable new approaches to be piloted. Grants of up to £10,000 are available, and this programme has previously awarded over £4M to over 300 projects throughout the UK.
  • A new medium grants programme, Reaching and Supporting Armed Forces Communities will offer funding of up to three years, with grants of up to £100,000, though some projects may be able to access grants of up to £150,000. This programme will fund projects that help address complex needs especially where evidence has highlighted gaps in support and provision.
  • A Transformational Grants Programme will launch later in 2022, which will make significant grants to a small number of projects that can deliver sustainable new approaches to addressing unmet needs
The Covenant Fund grants programmes will all open by summer 2022, and full guidance will be available when they launch.
For more details please click on this link.
 

The War Memorials Trust


The War Memorials Trust is providing grants for the repair and conservation of free-standing war memorials in England.
These grants are intended to help those who are responsible for the upkeep of war memorials. The grants support the care and preservation of war memorials to a high standard, and to prevent the decay of this important part of our built heritage. Grants will normally be for between 25% and a maximum of 75% of eligible costs. The maximum grant is £5,000 for non-freestanding war memorials while freestanding, non-beneficiary war memorials may be considered up to a maximum grant of £20,000.
The fund is open to anyone to apply; individuals or organisations, including councils.
The next closing date for applications is the 30th June 2022.
For more information please click on this link
Surrey Funds
 
Walton Charity

Walton Charity awards grants to local charities, schools and social enterprises who are tackling poverty and inequality in Elmbridge. 
Priorities include:
• Tackling the root causes of child poverty
• Alleviating financial poverty
• Promoting personal health and wellbeing, particularly mental health
• Addressing isolation and loneliness for those on low incomes
• Facilitating access to affordable housing
• Improving educational attainment for disadvantaged children and young people

Of particular interest is funding projects which help improve the life chances of children and young people from low-income families across Elmbridge. Walton Charity are also keen to support local organisations who are responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
For more information please click on this link.

 

Walsingham Care

Walsingham Care provides financial assistance to older people of limited means in Elmbridge.
The Charity provides financial support to people over the age of 60 who are suffering from long-term ill health, disability or terminal illness.
Walsingham Care aims to improve the quality of life for retired people.
  • Help with funding care equipment to allow people to remain in their own home.
  • Assistance in meeting costs to allow a rest or a short break for the home carers.
  • Support with the costs of nursing care at home or respite care in a nursing home.
  • Regular top-up grants towards any shortfall in care fees for people in residential or nursing home care.
  • Projects working to alleviate social isolation and/or loneliness.
 For more information please click on this link.
 
 

Community Foundation for Surrey
 
Community Foundation for Surrey manages 86 donor funds.
The priority themes for 2022 are:
Young People, Wellbeing and Equity & Inclusion.

Applying starts with submitting an Expression of Interest - one form to access all donor funds.
There are no deadlines for submitting and expression of interest.
To read the eligibility criteria please click on this link.



Your Fund Surrey

The £100m Your Fund Surrey allocation is designed to help empower communities to deliver big, place-changing capital projects that local areas need, improving opportunities and quality of life for residents.
The fund criteria aligns with Surrey County Council’s 'Community Vision 2030'.
To find out more about this fund, the fund critieria and how to submit your idea please click on this link.

 
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Central Surrey Voluntary Action is offering free funding advice to voluntary, community and faith sector organisations working in Elmbridge, Epsom & Ewell and Mole Valley.
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