Funding support for the third sector

BUPA UK Foundation

The new Healthy Futures funding programme focuses on young adults aged 18 to 25. Within this funding programme BUPA are specifically interested in projects that will have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of young adults who face ongoing health challenges, supporting and empowering them to live life to the full. CLOSING DATE: Frid [...]

Hanfod Cymru

Hanfod Cymru is a new national charitable fund exclusively for Wales, distributing the money raised for good causes by Loteri Cymru to strengthen community life in Wales The aim is to support local projects, the length and breadth of Wales. As a generalist grant maker they will seek to reflect the needs and demands of those who apply, but ini [...]

Finnis Scott Foundation

The Finnis Scott Foundation have  a new bi-annual award of £10,000 for Botanical Art.  Aimed at UK and Ireland botanical art groups or organisations, this award will recognise those who have helped to raise the profile of botanical art and seek to further extend their reach to new audiences. To qualify applicants must demonstrate a recent rec [...]

THE BIG GIVE CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE OPEN...

APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING VIA THE BIG GIVE CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE OPEN ON 5TH JUNE. The Big Give have confirmed that they have match funding for charities improving the welfare of people in Wales to apply to this year’s Christmas Challenge campaign.   The Christmas Challenge helps UK-registered charities raise funds for their cause. It offer [...]

Comic Relief

#iwill Youth Social Action Fund Comic Relief has partnered with the #iwill campaign, to create a £2.4 million fund to target young people from less affluent backgrounds. #iwill is a UK-wide campaign aiming to get six out of 10 young people involved in social action by 2020. Big Lottery Fund and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport have [...]

Greggs – Local Community Projec...

Grants of up to £2,000 are available for projects or for providing equipment for ‘a community of interest’. This refers to people who are: Disabled or suffering chronic illness. Living in poverty. Voluntary carers. Homeless. Isolated older people. Living with other demonstrable significant needs. The funding is for projects that [...]

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