Funding support for the third sector

Posts by jon matthews

ASDA Foundation

Grants of between £5,000 and £20,000 are available to charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK for local projects that benefit the wider community, address local needs and make a significant difference to the local community. They offer 5 different funding schemes; including top up funding and local impact grants. Full details on their website […]

PayPal Giving Fund

PayPal Giving Fund gives charities of all sizes access to customer giving programmes, across PayPal, eBay and more. PayPal Giving Fund is a registered not-for-profit organisation that raises new funds for charities through technology. £37.00 is raised every minute on eBay for UK charities. That’s £19.00 million each year! Participation in PayPal Giving Fund is free, and […]

Coalfields Regeneration Trust- Wales

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has been working in Wales since 1999, investing more than £16 million in community regeneration to tackle the issues that most affect the prosperity, resilience and opportunities available. The Coalfields Community Grants Programme in Wales can award grants from £500 up to £7,000 for projects that can be completed within 12 months and can […]

Cuthbert Horn Trust

The scheme is to support charitable organisations undertaking general charitable  purposes. Previous grants have been for a range of activities such as conservation, education, environmental protection, help for disadvantaged children, music, research and transport. Previous grants have been for between around £2500 for project costs There is no  website, more information can be found through […]

Tampon Tax Fund 2018/19

Large grants are available for charitable, benevolent and philanthropic organisations from across the UK that are working with disadvantaged women and girls or women About the fund The Tampon Tax Fund allocates funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls. Eligibility The fund is […]

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 […]

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