Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation grants – addressing rural & urban disadvantage.

What is it for? Addressing rural and urban disadvantage Who can apply? Registered charities and community groups What is available? Up to £30,000 Details The Foundation supports projects in the UK that address issues in rural communities and/or areas of … Continue reading

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Utiility company funding to relieve fuel poverty and assist with other household debts.

What is it for? Relieving fuel poverty and other household debt Who can apply? Individuals, charities and voluntary organisations What is available? Variable Details The various utility company trust funds offer two types of grants:   grants to individuals to … Continue reading

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Swimathon Foundation Grants for encouraging participation in swimming

What is it for? Encouraging participation in swimming Who can apply? Swimming pools, operators, clubs, community organisations and charities What is available? Between £500 and £2,500 Details The Swimathon Foundation offers grants to organisations to help more people participate in … Continue reading

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Alcohol Education and Research Council small grants fund for projects up to £5,000

Small grants could be used to fund projects that increase the capacity of individuals and organisations to deal with alcohol issues, as well as small research projects, pilot research studies or demonstration projects with a strong evaluation component. The criteria … Continue reading

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Mango: Free Guide to Financial Management for Voluntary organisations

Mango is a registered charity providing practical services, such as training, staff recruitment, consultancy. Their Guide to Financial Management for NGOs is a user-friendly online guide to matters relating to the financial management of voluntary organisations. It is designed to … Continue reading

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Esmée Fairbairn Foundation – New Guidelines Issued

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation has issued new guidance notes for its main fund. Within the Foundation’s four areas of interest – the arts, education and learning, the environment and enabling disadvantaged people to participate fully in society – funding will … Continue reading

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Heritage Lottery Fund -Young Roots programme currently undersubscribed- £3,000 -£25,000 available

Young Roots is a grant programme designed to engage young people aged 13-25 with their heritage. Young Roots projects stem directly from the interest and ideas of young people, who are supported by youth and heritage organisations to develop skills, … Continue reading

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