Monthly Archives: July 2011

The BT Community Connections scheme has opened for a second 2011 round

The awards scheme is intended to provide voluntary groups and charitable organisations working to benefit the community in the UK with IT equipment and Internet access. Successful applicants to the programme will receive a laptop and a year’s free broadband … Continue reading

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Sport England – Iconic & Inspired Facilities funding streams coming soon

Sport England has two funds due to open, both part of the Places People Play programme, which is inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Iconic Facilities Sport England has announced the next round of the Iconic Facilities programme … Continue reading

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PetPlan charitable Trust funding for organisations who rehome animals

The Petplan Charitable Trust promotes the health and welfare of animals. The next round for applications to their Welfare Grants scheme is due to open in September 2011. The application form will be available to download from the Petplan Charitable … Continue reading

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The Worshipful Company of Weavers – Grants to help young people at risk of criminal involvement

  What is it for?
Support for young people at risk of re/offending Who can apply? 
Registered charities and community groups with an annual income of less than £250,000 What is available? 
Up to £15,000 Details The Benevolent Fund helps young … Continue reading

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Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme

The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) is a Government funded programme between sport and higher and further education to support young athletes still in education. The programme supports athletes aged 16 – 28,  and up to aged 35 in the … Continue reading

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Self-Storage – Does your charity need to free up office or work space?

Volunteer Workout, the employer supported volunteering project from Community Impact Bucks may be able to help solve your storage problems. A leading Self Storage company is offering FREE storage space up to the size of a single garage to charitable … Continue reading

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New service from NCVO to help charities prepare for pension reform

Between 2012 and 2016 all employers will have to automatically enrol all eligible employees into a qualifying pension scheme and make contributions to their plan. The National Council for Voluntary Organisations is teaming up with Scottish Widows and IFA Lucas … Continue reading

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