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Localgiving – Wales Development...

Localgiving is a charity that helps grassroots organisations fundraise online, develop their digital skills and connect with local people. Since 2009, they have helped charitable organisations to raise over £13 million online! Thanks to generous funding and support from Big Lottery Wales, Localgiving has launched an exciting two year programme in Wales. Charities who take […]

Wales – People and Places ̵...

Community consultation and participation is now central to success. “Working together, people and communities will use their strengths to make positive impacts on the things that matter to them the most” – this is their overarching aim the criteria is now based on: Your community has been involved in the planning of the project and […]

An Emotional Journey -new report from...

An Emotional Journey: How charity brands can cut through the noise The free report looks at the role of emotions in the public’s relationships and engagement with charity brands. NFP  found that there is little evidence that rational deliberation bears any major role in donor decision making; decisions are trending towards quick emotion choices, rather than […]

COMIC RELIEF – Thriving not jus...

CLOSES  13th October 2017 (midday):  Grants of up to £150,000 (inclusive) Funding available We expect to make approximately 20 grants of around £100,000-£150,000 across the UK. This funding programme is for vulnerable and disadvantaged men, aged between 11 and 20 years, who are experiencing mental health problems. We are focusing on this age group as 50% […]

The Society Foundation

The Society Foundation is an independent grant giving trust. They provide financial support for organisations that help potentially disadvantaged people move towards paid work. The groups they prioritise are the recently homeless or vulnerably housed, ex-offenders, and 16-24 year olds not in employment, education or training. They typically offer micro-grants of up to £2,000 to small […]

Porticus UK

Accept applications from charitable, not-for-profit organisations operating in England, Wales or Scotland. There are no funding limits. The organisations they advise prefer to tailor their support based on the merits of an application and a variety of other factors. Their values are based on the Catholic faith, but welcome applications from religious and secular organisations. […]

John Ellerman Foundation

The grants  reflect thier interest in wellbeing and excellence. Funding is in three categories,  allocated broadly as follows: Arts 25% Environment 25% – contribute to greater harmony between people and the planet. We fund in two areas: managing habitats and protecting the seas. Welfare 50% – people facing poverty, hardship and other forms of disadvantage. It aims to help them lead fuller, […]

Hilden Charitable Fund

Hilden Charitable Fund provides grants to small charities throughout the UK and in developing countries. They like to support causes which are unlikely to raise funds from public sources, (unpopular causes) and their funding is directed largely at supporting work at a community level. VERY IMPORTANT: THE OVERSEAS PRIORITY HAS CHANGED. Applicants please note they […]

Goldsmiths’ Company – Gen...

Most of the Company’s grant-making falls into the following main categories:   Education and General Charitable Support.  They aim to make grant funding in support of the following: General welfare, Medical welfare, Youth, Culture and Church. Grants are made to London-based or national charities with a turnover of less than £5 million.   Potential applicants are advised to contact the Charity to ensure […]

Baily Thomas Charitable Fund

This trust makes grants to voluntary organisations and charities for research into learning disability or to assist with the care and relief of those affected by learning disability in the UK. Small grants are available up to £5000 and are considered monthly They do not fund physical disability unless associated with learning disabilities. They also […]

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