Funding support for the third sector

Posts by jon matthews

Funding help for small struggling cha...

Each year I provide a small amount of pro bono help to smaller charities (typically with an income under £20k) who are really struggling with their funding and finances and unable to afford professional fundraising assistance. If this is something you could benefit from, please get in touch.  But I can not guarantee to help […]

NEW Training

NEW in 2018 -Online course. I will be running short 30-60 min online courses on a number of topics throughout the year. Topics will include: Writing your first application Avoiding the bid with your applications Applying to Awards for All Psychology and fundraising Bigger bids – planning and preparing larger grants Earning money online Contact […]

Paul Hamlyn – Ideas and Pionee...

Purpose: The Ideas and Pioneers Fund supports people with unusual or radical ideas to improve the life chances and opportunities of people in the UK. We are looking for ideas which relate closely to our own charitable mission – we aim to help people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their […]

Big Lottery – People and Places...

Big Lottery have given advice to people wanting to apply to the new people and place programme, and especially how applications fit to their three themes: people-led, strength based and connect A copy of their blog is available here People and Places: Being connected

MSCT applications for LOCAL projects

MSCT applications for LOCAL projects seeking funding. OPEN The MSCT was established through an agreement between the Millennium Stadium and the Millennium Commission and its income is generated through a levy on every ticket purchased by people attending public events at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. The Trust strives to enrich the quality of life in […]

Masonic Charity Foundation

The Masonic Charitable Foundation Purpose: provide support in a number of areas: Financial hardship to relieve household or individual poverty by preventing or alleviating financial hardship and its effects. · Health and disability to improve the lives of those affected by poor physical and/or mental health and wellbeing including the impact of caring, life-limiting and […]

Comic Relief Tec for Good

From November 2017, Comic Relief with Paul Hamlyn Foundation is launching another UK Tech for Good funding programme. This will fund up to 12 digital projects each with grants of up to £47,000. We know that digital development requires distinct working practices and for this reason we have adapted our model of funding to also […]

Hanfod Cymru –

Keep an eye out for this in the new year, when the small grant scheme will reopen This grant offers sums from a few hundred pounds up to £10,000 on a one-off basis. Applications are made via an online form, and they will ask for certain supporting documents depending upon the nature of your request. […]

More help from The Institute of Fundr...

Fundraising Health Check Registered charities with two or more members of staff and with voluntary income of up to £50,000 are invited to apply for fundraising support as part of our Big Lottery Funded “Fundraising Health Check and Executive Coaching” project. Successful charities will be matched with an experienced coach who will help them develop […]

The Institute of Fundraising Cymru &#...

Executive Coaching Opportunity Applications are now open for our Executive Coaching offer, as part of our Big Lottery Funded Third Sector Skills Project. Coaching is available for individual fundraisers About: Funded by Big Lottery Fund’s ‘Third Sector Skills’ initiative For individual, professional fundraisers 30 participants over 3 years Initial meeting and assessment Six days’ consultancy […]

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