Category Archives: Domestic Violence

Volant Charitable Trust Hopes to Spark Some Magic for UK Charities

Established in 2000 by renowned author of the Harry Potter books, J K Rowling, the Volant Charitable Trust supports charities which are undertaking projects that alleviate poverty and social deprivation, particularly children’s and women’s issues. The Trust has two broad … Continue reading

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Domestic Programme Fund: Supporting small charities to tackle forced marriage

The Domestic Programme Fund is a scheme from the Government’s Forced Marriage Unit. It has £150,000 available for funding to registered charities for small projects in the UK to protect victims and end the abusive act of forced marriage. Partnerships … Continue reading

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The Steven Gerrard Foundation (SGF) helping disadvantaged children.

The Steven Gerrard Foundation (SGF) is a new foundation that supports disadvantaged children. UK Registered charities can apply for grants of up to £10,000 per year, for a maximum of three years. The main focus for SGF is for projects … Continue reading

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Wilkinsons general goods stores | Local Community Schemes

Helping Hands is a new community initiative where each local Wilkinson’s store has been given a budget to distribute to projects and schemes within the store’s local community. There are stores in Aylesbury and High Wycombe. To apply for a … Continue reading

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Buttle UK: Small grants for individual families, Children in Need funded.

BBC Children in Need have announced the creation of their Emergency Essentials Programme to deliver the charity’s welfare grants for individual families. The programme will be administered by Buttle UK across three years and will give emergency grants for essential … Continue reading

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Stoke Poges Hastings Community Fund: emergency funding for Stoke Poges residents in need

This Fund is an amalgamation of the Lord Hastings  Hospital Trust and the Stoke Poges Relief in Need Charity – both funds were set up several hundred years ago to help those ‘in need’ in the village of Stoke Poges, … Continue reading

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Marks & Spencer | Charity and community funding

Marks & Spencer are supporting a large number of local charities through their store charity budgets. These budgets give donations of up to £50 to local charities. Stores are not able to support: Personal appeals on behalf of individuals, including … Continue reading

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