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Fund          Smal/ Large                  LSP AREA         Details                                                                                                                                         Max Funding Deadline/Bidding       Capital/   Web
              Grant                                                                                                                                                                                                     Round                  Rev

BT Community              Small            Any              Who can apply? Voluntary and community groups No match Minimum grant is a PC for life + one year free broadband                                                 15th September     N/A        www.btcommunityconnections.com
Connection                                 Community/                                                                                                                                                                       2011
                                           voluntary
                                           organisation
The Bingham               Small            Any              Who can apply? Charitable organisations. No match required. It is advised that you contact Mr R Horne who can advise on the Trusts              £500-£15,000 Four times a year     Both       binghamtrust@aol.com
Trust                                      Community/       priorities, Makes charitable donations as selected by the trustees, Meeting four times a year.
                                           voluntary
                                           organisation
Comic Relief UK           Small            Any              The new scheme marks the first time Children in Need have run a UK-wide a small grants programme, offering up to £10,000 per year                     £10,000 See notes                       http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/grants/smallgrants.shtm
small Grants                               Community/       for up to 3 years and is aimed predominantly at organisations which have not previously considered applying.                                                                                  l
                                           voluntary
                                           organisation     The programme is open to any third sector organisation working with children and young people under the age of 18.
                                           i.e CVP/Crime
                                           and              The next funding round deadlines are:
                                           Community
                                           Saftey partner   15 April.
                                                            15 July.
                                                            15 October.
Coalfield                 Small            Any              Who can apply? Community and Voluntary Sector groups located in former coalfield areas or are able to show clear and immediate                  Minimum       Rolling              Both       www.coalfields-regen.org.uk
Regeneration                               Community/       benefits for an eligible coalfield community. No match funding if total project costs £5,000 or less Funding Priorities: Access to              Grant £500 :
Trust Bridging                             voluntary        Employment, Education and Skills, Health and Wellbeing, Access to Opportunities New community access schemes. Groups must                       Maximum
the Gap                                    organisation     benefit former coalfield wards in the highest levels of deprivation (top 50%)                                                                   Grant: £5,000
                                           i.e CVP
Allen Lane                Small            Crime and        Who can apply? • Asylum-seekers and refugees (but not groups working with a single nationality) • Gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or                    £500 to      Rolling               Revenue    http://www.allenlane.org.uk
Foundation                                 Community        transgender people • Gypsies and Travelers •           Migrant workers • Offenders and ex-offenders • Older people • People experiencing        £15000 -£500                       only
                                           Saftey/ Any      mental health problems • People experiencing violence or abuse Your organisation does not need to be a registered charity- the                  to £5000 per
                                           Community/       Foundation also funds other organisations which are not charities but which seek funding for a charitable project. Aims: 1.Will make a          annum for
                                           voluntary        lasting difference to people’s lives rather than simply alleviating the symptoms or current problems 2. It is aimed at reducing isolation,      three years.
                                           organisation     stigma and discrimination, and 3.       Encourages or enables unpopular groups to share in the life of the whole community. Grants for
                                           i.e CVP          start-up, core or project costs. The grants are relatively small and are likely therefore to be appropriate for costs such as: Volunteers or
                                                            participants expenses Venue hire Part-time or seasonal staffing costs Work aimed at strengthening the organisation such as trustee or
                                                            staff training NO CLOSING DATES To be eligible it will have an income of less than £100,000

Biffaward Small           Small            Any              Who can apply? Not for profit organisations and community groups. Support Projects that will be of lasting environmental benefits,              £250-£5000      Rolling            Both       www.biffaward.org.uk
                                           Community/       improve quality of life and foster ‘vibrant communities’. Funding is directed to projects which provide and improve public amenities for
                                           voluntary        communities within 10 miles of a Biffa operation. It funds projects that increase or maintain biodiversity. Small grants Main Grants
                                           organisation     Scheme The Flagship Scheme Small grants scheme does not require match funding, Main and flagship require 10%
                                           i.e CVP

Co op                     Small            Any              Who can apply: Community Groups, Self Help groups, voluntary groups, community charities (or local branches of charities)                       £100 to £       Please see web     Please see http://www.co-operative.coop/membership/local-
Community Fund                             Community/       Organisation who want to help improve the life’s of others. Projects must benefit a community which has at least one co operative               5000                               Web        communities/community-fund
                                           voluntary        business in it. Relieve poverty, improve education and other purposes benefiting the community.
                                           organisation
Derbyshire                Small            Any              Grants for arts development these grants are awarded three times a year to any organisation doing arts work in Derbyshire.                              £1,000 Rolling             Rev        http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/leisure/arts_entertainm
County Council                             Community/       They can provide funding of up to £1,000 for projects which fit into one or more of these priorities:                                                                                         ent/arts_development/grants/default.asp
                                           voluntary        • developing new audiences and participants in arts activity
                                           organisation     • supporting arts work with disabled people
                                                            • supporting arts work in rural areas
                                                            • supporting the creative economy.
Derbyshire                Small            Any              Conservation area grants This is a partnership scheme between Derbyshire County Council, English Heritage, Amber Valley Borough                 Please see      Rolling            Rev        http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/environment/conservati
County Council                             Community/       Council and Derbyshire Dales District Council to target funds for the preservation, enhancement and regeneration within two of the              web for details                               on/grant_schemes/default.asp
                                           voluntary        Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site’s historic settlements – Belper and Milford (Bridge Street and Chapel Street) and Cromford.
                                           organisation
                                                            Funds are targeted towards identified priority buildings within the following types of projects:
                                                            Appropriate repair and restoration schemes for buildings at risk of continuing serious disrepair.
                                                            Appropriate repair and restoration schemes on historic buildings, with particular emphasis on commercial properties and historic
                                                            residential properties.
                                                            Visible repair and restoration work which would enhance the street scene, such as shop fronts and joinery details.
                                                            Small scale public realm enhancements

Faiths in Action          Small            Any              Faiths in Action is for local projects and activities, and is open to faith, inter faith, voluntary and community sector organisations at               £6,000 Round two Rolling   Rev        www.cdf.org.uk/web/guest/faiths-in-action
                                           Community/       national, regional and local levels in England. For full eligibility criteria, please read the guidance notes (available to download) what is                  programme
                                           voluntary        the deadline? There is no formal deadline for applications – Round 2 is a rolling programme. Applications will be accepted in the date
                                           organisation     and time order that they are received by CDF, until the total value of the eligible, relevant applications received equals the overall value
                                           i.e              of the fund.
                                           CVP/Cultural
                                           Forum




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Fund                 Smal/ Large            LSP AREA         Details                                                                                                                                         Max Funding Deadline/Bidding           Capital/   Web
                     Grant                                                                                                                                                                                               Round                      Rev

Alan Evans                 Small            Any              Who can apply? Voluntary and community sector lead projects. The trust donates to projects or groups that promote the permanent                 Varies           Round two Rolling     Please      Tel: 020 7753 1000 Fax: 020 7753 1058
Memorial Trust                              Community/       preservation of land tenements (including buildings) of beauty and historic interest for the benefit of the nation. It is advised to call to                     programme             contact for
                                            voluntary        check eligibility before applying.                                                                                                                                                     further
                                            organisation/                                                                                                                                                                                           details
                                            Cultural
                                            Forum
Nottinghamshire            Small            Any              Who can apply? Any charity or community group and no match funding required. Funding Priorities: Must fall into one of three                            £1,000 Please see web for Please see www.thenottingham.com
Building Society                            Community/       categories: ·   Health and quality of life ·  Education and new talent ·     Crime reduction and security                                                      further information web for
                                            voluntary                                                                                                                                                                                           further
                                            organisation                                                                                                                                                                                        information
Awards For All             Small            Any              Who can apply? Not-for-profit community and voluntary organisations, town and parish councils, schools and health bodies.                       Minimum        Rolling             Revenue www.awardsforall.org.uk
                                            Community/       No match funding required. Funding Priorities: People have better chances with better access to training and development to improve             Grant: £300                        only
                                            voluntary        their life skills. Stronger communities - with more active citizens working together to tackle their problems. Improved rural and urban         £10,000
                                            organisation/    environments - which communities are better able to access and enjoy. Healthier and more active people and communities. Notes: The
                                            Parish Council   funder is keen to see sustainability addressed in the application. Seasonal salary costs will be funded and covers room hire etc existing
                                            Liaison/Health   employees would have to be paid directly from the fund.
                                            and Wellbeing


Sport England              Small            Any              Who can apply?                                                                                                                           £300 to                 Rolling               Revenue    www.sportengland.org
                                            Community/       It is open to any bona fide not-for-profit club or association, statutory body or educational establishment. The Sport England Small     £10,000                                       only
                                            voluntary        Grants Programme has been set up to support local community sport projects which seek to increase participation, sustain participation
                                            organisation     or develop opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.
                                                             For example, we might help a sports club expand its age range by helping it to buy extra team kit or pay additional coaching fees. Or we
                                                             may help youth clubs work together with local sports clubs to get more young people playing sport.

Lloyds TSB                 Small            Any              The Lloyds TSB Foundation supports and works in partnership with registered charities which help disadvantaged people to play a fuller Not Specified             Rolling               Not        www.lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk
                                            Community/       role in communities throughout England and Wales. The Foundation is one of the UK’s leading grantmakers and funds small, medium                                                        specified
                                            voluntary        underfunded charities working at the heart of communities to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales where the Foundation has                                                     please see
                                            organisation     a strong local knowledge and presence.All potential applicants should first read the Lloyds TSB Foundation guidelines available on their                                               web site
                                                             website and then take the brief eligibility test on the website www.lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk. For Derbyshire projects please contact
                                                             Nicola Dalby Tel: 0750 078 7751 northwestmidlands@lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk

Nationwide                 Small            Community        Who can apply: this offers grants of up to £5,000 to registered charities with incomes of under £500,000.                                                 £5,000 Small Grants still    Rev        www.nationwidefoundation.org.uk
Foundation                                  voluntary         Priorities MONEY MATTERS To support survivors of domestic abuse to build their financial capability in order to help them live                                  open
Small Grants                                Sector           independently and achieve improved quality of life. Also to support older people who face financial exclusion in order to help them
Programme                                                    achieve improved quality of life. HOMES MATTER To support survivors of domestic abuse to live independently and achieve improved
                                                             quality of life. To support older people with their housing needs.

EDF Energy                 Small            Housing and      The Green Fund - Green Tariff is now part of the Green Energy Certification Scheme. This voluntary scheme has been set up to               Please see            The Fund              Please see www.edfenergy.com/products-services/for-your-
                                            Environment      independently certify tariffs to ensure they meet the required level of environmental benefit.The money raised through our Green Tariff is web site              committee meets       web site   home/our-services/green-energy-fund
                                                             placed in the Green Fund and used to award grants to community, non-profit, charitable and educational organisations across the UK.                              twice a year.
                                                             The Green Fund awards grants to organisations who apply for funds to help cover the cost of renewable energy technology that can be                              emailed for further
                                                             used to produce green energy from the sun, wind, water, wood and other renewable sources.                                                                        details.

Good                       Small            Any              Eon Community Investment Fund Sustainable Energy Fund Who can apply?Local community groups and not for profit organisations                     Up to £20, 000 Rolling                 Please see www.eon-uk.com
Energy/Eon                                  Community/       located in England, Scotland and Wales.                                                                                                                                                web site
                                            voluntary        Joint proposals (e.g. with local authorities) will be considered, although the community organisation must lead the application. Your
                                            organisation     organisation must benefit at least one of the following groups
                                                             - Education
                                                             - Vulnerable people
                                                             - People in fuel poverty
                                                             Low Carbon Building Programme Wind turbines Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs) Biomass boilers

Wakeham Trust              Small            Community        Who can apply? Registered Charities. The Wakeham Trust support neighbourhood projects, community arts projects, projects involving                       £750.00 Rolling               Rev        http://www.wakehamtrust.org/
                                            voluntary        community service by young people, or projects set up by those who are socially excluded. The Trust also support innovative projects to
                                            Sector /Parish   promote excellence in teaching (at any level, from primary schools to universities), though not individuals.
                                            Council          ·      The Trust normally gives grants to projects where an initial £75 to £750 can make a real difference to getting the project up and
                                                             running.
                                                             ·      To be eligible, applicants need to be registered charities or have access to a registered charity that will be willing to accept funds
                                                             on their behalf.
                                                             ·      The type of activities supported in the past include; £350 to a group of elderly and disabled volunteers to enable them to open a
                                                             café; £200 was given to buy tools and equipment for a community garden which offers horticulture therapy for adults with special needs,
                                                             the elderly, a children’s gardening club and children’s plots. Applications can be made at any time.




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Fund                  Smal/ Large            LSP AREA       Details                                                                                                                                        Max Funding Deadline/Bidding     Capital/   Web
                      Grant                                                                                                                                                                                            Round                Rev

Tudor Trust                 Small            Community     Who can apply? Small charities. The Tudor Trust makes grants in the region of £19 million per year are most interested in helping                             Rolling            Rev        http://www.tudortrust.org.uk/
Grants                                       voluntary     smaller, under-resourced organisations which offer direct services and which involve the people they work with in their planning. The
Programme                                    Sector        organisations funded don’t have to be registered charities, as long as they can show how they would use our grant for charitable
                                                           purposes. They make grants across their established funding areas, youth, older people, community, relationships, housing, mental
                                                           health, substance misuse, learning, financial security and criminal justice and now are also be open to hearing about work in areas the
                                                           Trust has not funded before. Grants can take the form of core funding (including salaries and running costs), development funding,
                                                           project grants or capital grants for buildings or equipment. There is no maximum or minimum grant amount that an organisation can
                                                           apply for. Applications can be submitted at any time. Grants can take the form of Core funding including salries and running costs,
                                                           development funding, project grants or capital grants.
First Light                 Small            Cultural      Who can apply? Local Authority/ School The Young Film Fund's Script Grant, administered by First Light, gives organisations the               £3,000          5th October 2010   Rev        http://www.firstlightonline.co.uk/funding/young-film-
Young Film Fund                              Forum/ Parish opportunity to run inspiring filmmaking projects for young people aged 5 to 19 by funding the initial idea stage. This grant scheme aims                      and 15th January              fund/
- Script Grant                               Council/      to support collaborative work between young people and script professionals in order to produce quality short film scripts. It is imperative                  2011
                                             Community     that young people are central to this process and are afforded the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence. Preference will be
                                             voluntary     given to projects with a clear and effective approach to partnership work and a development process that will involve and inspire the
                                             Sector/ Local young people participating. Films may cover a range of topics, including those most relevant to young people. The most common
                                             Authority/    themes are drugs and alcohol, pregnancy, bullying, identity and asylum. As a result, any proposals based on these themes will need to
                                             Children and demonstrate an innovative approach in order to increase their chances of selection. This scheme next opens to applications 10 August
                                             Young People 2010, with a deadline of 05 October 2010. The scheme opens again 15 November 2010, with a deadline of 15 January 2011. Eligible
                                                           projects must: Take place in the UK, for the benefit of young people. Place young people in a leading role in the idea developing and
                                                           writing process. Help young people to create a script in any genre. Produce a film script of less than ten minutes in length.
                                                           Organisations need to have: A Child Protection Policy. A written constitution or set of rules (with the exception of statutory bodies) A
Tesco Charity               Small            Community     bank account in the The Tesco Charity Trust Community Awards Scheme provides one-off donations of between £500 and £4,000 to
                                                           Community Awards name of the organisation. Organisations or partners to the organisation will be expected to have experience of               £4,000          Currently Open     Capital    http://cr2010.tescoplc.com/communities/tesco-charity-
Trust                                        voluntary     local projects that support children and their education and welfare, elderly people and adults and children with disabilities. There are                                                   trust.aspx
                                             Sector        four rounds of funding each year. Projects we have previously supported include:Playground equipment in schools and local
                                                           communities. Sensory garden or room projects. Outdoor classrooms Breakfast and after school clubs, Holiday play-schemes, Part
                                                           funding to purchase minibuses, Befriending schemes, Luncheon clubs / youth clubs, Specialist equipment for disabled people, Day trips
                                                           / social trips – for elderly / disabled people
                                                           Requests falling outside our criteria include: Salaries, Fundraising events or challenges, Conferences of seminars, Grants to individuals,
                                                           including students, Activities which collect funds for redistribution to other charities or individuals, Purchase of land of buildings,
                                                           Refurbishment to fabric of buildings, including lift installations, Overseas appeals, Expeditions or overseas travel Promotion of religion,
                                                           Sponsorship and marketing promotions, Endowment funds Political donations. How to apply: Applications should be made via their
                                                           website, www.tescocharitytrustcommunityawards-applications.co.uk.
Derbyshire                  Small            Housing and Derbyshire County PCT is working in partnership with local authorities, voluntary sector and housing organisations to provide funding to £3000 to               Current            Rev
Health and                                   Environment address the needs of vulnerable people and communities across the county to help develop:New innovative/sustainable projects, Start £10000
Housing Group                                              up funding, Projects that are strategically relevant, Added value to services and Working in partnership with other agencies

                                                            Does your project link into the aims and objectives of any of the following strategies: Local Housing and Health Strategy’s,
                                                            Homelessness Strategy, Inequalities, Health Delivery Plans / Choosing Health, Supporting People Strategy, Local Area Agreements
                                                            (national indicators)

                                                            Does your Project Plan promote housing and care needs of vulnerable people such as: Young people with chaotic lifestyles, Teenage
                                                            parents, Victims of domestic violence, Energy efficiency, Homelessness, Alcohol and drug misuse, Mental health, Ex offenders at risk of
                                                            re offending, Older people. It is prefableif you have some match funding or other funding contribution, and if you can link the project into
                                                            the local and Derbyshire strategies that exist that show what you want to do is a priority for your area.

                                                            For an electronic application form and guidance notes please contact:jane.horton@derbyshirecountypct.nhs.uk or
                                                            sarah.hanel@derbyshirecountypct.nhs.uk or call 01773 525025

O2 Think Big                Small            Community      Think Big has a three stage approach where You identify a project idea, apply on line and then make a plan and start the project. The                £2,500 Current bidding     Please see http://www.o2thinkbig.co.uk/
                                             Volunty Sector criteria is your Think Big Project has to Involve people aged between 13 to 25 in the UK, Help a community or address a social problem,                     round. Please see   web for
                                                            Take place within the next 3 months. They will not support projects that want to convert people to a certain religion, You can’t apply if                   web for more        more
                                                            your project is something you do for a living, promote a political party or could be dangerous.                                                             details.            details
Sport England               Small            CVP, parish    Who can Apply ? bona fide not-for-profit club or association, statutory body or educational establishment. The Sport England Small                  £10,000 Rolling             Both but   http://www.sportengland.org/funding.aspx
small grants                                 counil, Local Grants Programme has been set up to support local community sport projects which seek to increase participation, sustain participation                                           please see
                                             Authority,     or develop opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport. For example, we might help a sports club expand its age range by                                            further
                                             CYPP           helping it to buy extra team kit or pay additional coaching fees. Or we may help youth clubs work together with local sports clubs to get                                       detail on
                                                            more young people playing sport. You can apply for any sum from £300 to £10,000 but the total project cost cannot exceed £50,000                                                the web

Derbyshire                  Small                           The Derbyshire Community Foundation Fund is provided and administered by the Derbyshire Community Foundation. Funding is                        £300 to £1000 Rolling           Both       www.derbyshirecommunityfoundation.co.uk
Community                                                   intended to support local community and voluntary groups that are addressing the needs of their local community or the needs of a
Foundation Fund                                             specific group of people To be eligible, applicants must: Be not-for-profit groups addressing the needs of their local community or a
                                                            specific group of people. Show that they support community life. Encourage social inclusion. Be working within the county of Derbyshire.
                                                            Have a project that directly benefits the people of Derbyshire or Derby City. Have a bank account with at least two signatories. Be able to
                                                            provide simple activity and financial reports. Have charitable aims and a structure in place to demonstrate that it is properly run. (It is not
                                                            necessary to be a registered charity). The Foundation will look favourably on applications where:The group is based in an area that is
                                                            not covered by the Foundation's other grant making programmes and has difficulty accessing funding. The group's turnover is less than
                                                            £50,000 per annum.




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Fund                  Smal/ Large            LSP AREA        Details                                                                                                                                         Max Funding Deadline/Bidding     Capital/   Web
                      Grant                                                                                                                                                                                              Round                Rev

Bodfach Trust               Small                            This funder with only support charities. There are five main areas which they support which are affordable housing, care for the elderly, Not disclosed      Rolling                        http://www.bodfachtrust.org.uk
Grant                                                        helping young people, preservation of old buildings, and supporting green spaces and public parks. Recipient charities will be required to
                                                             make an application to the Trustees of the Trust via Simon Baynes, Bodfach Hall, Llanfyllin, Powys, SY22 5HS, Wales, tel: 07880
                                                             786573 or the Administrator, Sally Dyson, 20 Kent House, Aylesford Street, London SW1V 3QB tel: 0207 976 5785 or
                                                             trust@bodfach.com. Applicants will need to provide details of their charity’s objects, its financial position (supported by accounts), the
                                                             sector of the community which it benefits, the amount sought, and the proposed activities or related facilities it intends to provide.

Traingle Trust              Small            Community    The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund is a charitable trust that was endowed by Sir Harry Jephcott in 1949, when he was managing director of                     £10,000 Rolling                        http://www.thetriangletrust1949fund.org.uk
1949 Fund Grant                              voluntary    Glaxo Laboratories Ltd.The objects of the Trust are:
                                             Sector       the education and alleviation from poverty of past or present employees, and their dependants, of the pharmaceutical industry; the
                                                          promotion of a good standard of health in the community, including recreational facilities and medical welfare; such charitable purposes
                                                          as the trustees may determine. The Trust's current areas of interest for support are:Carers
                                                          Community arts and education (where no statutory sources of funding) Disability Older people (particularly projects which maintain
                                                          independence) Poverty Integration and rehabilitation Successful projects will either:maintain an open, inclusive society or promote
                                                          integration (or reintegration) of individuals or groups into society. In general, priority is given to:smaller charities
                                                          charities which serve a locality or region of the UK, rather than national charities causes which find it more difficult to raise funds from
                                                          the general public activities where the Trust's financial contribution will have an identifiable impact new activities, provided there is
                                                          evidence of these being sustainable in the longer term if they demonstrate success in meeting a need.
Kelly Family                Small                Cultural Who can apply? Registered charities. Grant are given between £1000 and £5000 The programme intends to support local and regional                         £5,000 1st March and 1st   Rev        http://www.kfct.org.uk
Charitable Trust                               Forum/ CVP registered charities that make a difference to the lives of local people. Eligible organisations must: Provide a benefit to people in the                       September each
                                                          local community. Be a registered charity. Priority will be given to charities whose acitivities involve all or most family members in inititives                year.
                                                          that support and encourage the family to work as a cohesive unit in tackling problems that face one or more of it's members.


The Greggs                  Small              Community/    Who can apply? Not for profit organisations. The Greggs foundation operates a regional grants programme to support charitable                         £2,000 Rolling             Rev        http://www.greggsfoundation.org.uk/regionalgrants.ht
Foundation                                      Voluntary    organisations through provision of small grants upto £2000. Funded projects must make a positive difference to people in need in local                                                      ml
                                                 groups      communities. Priority is given to projects which benefit people with caring responsibilities, people with disabilities and homeless people

Education and               Small              Community/    Who can apply? Registered Charities. The Dulverton Trust provides money for activities that improve education and employment                          £3,500 February, May, July Rev        www.dulverton.org
Employment                                      Voluntary    oppertunities for disadvantaged young people, such as those at risk of offending or exclusion. The trust particularly likes to fund                          and October
oppertunities for                                groups      challenging outdoor activities and mostly supports organisations working in areas where a grant would sihnificantly improve outcomes
disadvantaged                                                for local communities. A major grant is available for national charities with an annual income below £50 million, and a minor gran is
young people                                                 available to smaller charities working at local level with an income below £400,000. The maximum grant available is £3,500

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Rev
Central Social              Small              Community/    The Central Social and Recreational Trust provides grants of up to £2000 improve leisure facilities for young people under 21                         £2,000 Rolling                        www.csrt.info
and Recreational                                Voluntary
Trust                                            groups

Disabled                    Small              Community/    The True Colours provides a small grants programme to small, UK based organisations to carry out projects that provide help for                      £10,000 Rolling             Rev        http://www.truecolourstrust.org.uk/
Children                                        Voluntary    disabled children and their families, including for young carers. The Trustees are committed to supporting a large number of excellent
                                                 groups      local organisations and projects that support disabled children and their families on a daily basis. The Trust has a small grants
                                                             programme, open to application at any time, which provides grants of up to £10,000, usually for one-off purposes, to help smaller
                                                             organisations develop and deliver programmes for children, their siblings and families.


Bodfach Trust               Small              Community/  This is a grant for thrid sector organisations in the UK working with young, elderly and community projects. The scheme is intended to                         28 Feb or 31st      Rev        www.bodfachtrust.org.uk
Grant                                           Voluntary  support projects in the following areas: The elderly, Young people, affordable housing, public parks and green spaces. Eligible                                August
                                                 groups    expenditure are costs associated with eligible projects, match funidng is favoured.
Banks                       Small              Community/     Grants are made to the value of £5000, although requests for larger values are sometimes considered. The Banks Community Fund                        £5,000 Rolling             Rev
Community Fund                                  Voluntary     Grant isprovided and administered by the Banks Community Fund and is available to TSOs in areas surrounding current or proposed
                                                 groups       Banks Groups operations, which include Chesterfield, Tow Law, Chorley, Glasgow and Thrislington, County Durham. The scheme is
                                                              intended to support local authorities, environmental organisations and community groups undertaking projects aiming to improve the
                                                            environment and community in the local areas of benefit. In particular the scheme wishes to support projects with the following themes:
                                                           1.The reclamation of land whose use has been prevented because of previous activity.2. The reduction or prevention of pollution caused
                                                             by previous activity. 3. Providing and maintaining public amenities and parks. 4. Projects that are for the protection of the environment
                                                                and the conservation/promotion of biological diversity. 5.Restoring and repairing buildings that are for religious worship, or are of
                                                                                                                  architectural or historic interest.                                                                                                    http://www.bankscommunityfund.org.uk/
Healthy Heart               Small              CVS/Health Financial assistance in available for charities, voluntary groups and community organisations to carry out projects that will reduce the                £10,000 31st August 2011    Rev        http://www.heartresearch.org.uk/grants/healthyheartg
Grants                                        and Welbeing risk of heart disease within their community. The programme can part fund eligible projects. The scheme is open to all UK based                                                               rant
                                                           community groups, voluntary organisations, charities and researches. Staff involved in the delivery of the project must be suitably
                                                           qualified, experienced and insured. Elibible expenditure includes addittional staff costs, travel and equipment costs that are essential up
                                                           to £2000




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Fund                Smal/ Large            LSP AREA         Details                                                                                                                                        Max Funding Deadline/Bidding      Capital/   Web
                    Grant                                                                                                                                                                                              Round                 Rev

Limestone                 Small             Community/      Who can apply? Community groups, Parish/town councils, Registered Charities or not for profit groups, Schools. Two grants are                        £1,000 12 Sept 2011         Rev        Contact Limestone Journeys Scheme Office
Journeys                                     Voluntary      available 1. Community Conservations and Small Landscape Community Grants. The aims 1. to conserve the natural and geritage                                                                 (grants)Creswell Crags Museum, Crags Road,
Community                                  groups /Parish   features of the Derbyshire magnesian limestone landscape. 2. Enable people of all abilities to access the natural landscape and the                                                         Welbeck, Worksop, Notts, S80 3LH
Grants Schemes                                Councils      cultural heritage of their local area. 3. Enhance engagement between the local community and their natural and cultural surroundings. 4.
                                                            Empower people to have a positive influence on the landscape by developing new skills and being involved in the management of the
                                                            scheme. The objectives are 1. Deliver projects which will conserve and enhance key species, habitats and heritage features 2. create
                                                            and improve facilities and access routes between the local community, visitors and heritage sites. 3. Involve, educate and attract the
                                                            local community with activities celebrating their landscape and heritage. 4. Provide training oppertunities, course and placements in
                                                            relevant traditional and conservation skills. The funder recomends that before completing an application form.

Village SOS               Large              Community/     The Village SOS Competition aims to support voluntary organisations to start community businesses to reinvigorate village                           £30,000 6 October 2011       Rev        http://www.villagesos.org.uk/
                                              Voluntary     communities.The scheme will help groups with business ideas to support enterprises and activities which tackle specific problems faced
                                               groups       by villages and their residents.Grants of £10,000 to £30,000 are available.All applicants must:Have an idea for a community
                                                            enterprise.Be based in a rural area with a population of less than 3,000. Be registered on the Village SOS website.Consult their local
                                                            communities before putting forward a proposal.The deadline for applications is 6 October 2011.
Capital Growth                                              Capital Growth Fund Opens for Applications .The Capital Growth Fund, part of the Social Enterprise Investment Fund (SEIF) portfolio,
Fund                                                        has opened to new applications. The SEIF is managed on the government's behalf by the Social Investment Business. SEE:
                                                            http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/our-funds/seif/seifcapitalgrowthfund/ The Fund is aiming to expand the role of social
                                                            enterprise in the delivery of health and social care and can support the following:• Multi-agency partnerships, particularly voluntary and
                                                            community groups wishing to use their expertise to provide services. • Existing social enterprises looking to expand into health and
                                                            social care. • Groups of healthcare professionals, such as nurses or therapists, looking to form a social enterprise to deliver their
                                                            services using the "right to request".Under the Capital Growth Fund grants of £50,000 to £150,000 are available to social enterprises in
                                                            England to help them deliver innovative health and social care services and support sustainability.The deadline for applications is 16
                                                            September 2011.
Social Enterprise                                           The fund provides capital grants of 50k - 150k for non-profit organisations providing health, care and well-being services. Additional loan                 16th September                   http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/our-
Investment Fund                                             funds are available for larger projects or where some working capital is needed. The Capital Growth Fund is suitable for established                        2011                            funds/seif/seifcapitalgrowthfund/
                                                            organisations (not start-ups) who already have well-developed capital plans for buildings, equipment, IT or similar and who can spend
                                                            the funds by 31 March 2012. The closing date for applications is noon on 16 September 2011. The guidance, application form and
                                                            cashflow template are available via the Social Investment Business website where you will also find an eligibility checker.
                                                            http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/our-funds/seif/seifcapitalgrowthfund/
Bolsover Health           Small                   All       In 2010, A Healthy Bolsover, Health Improvement Plan for Bolsover District was launched. This Plan outlines the challenges presented                 £1,000 1st November 2011               http://www.lsp.bolsover.gov.uk/index.php?option=co
and Wellbeing                                               by health inequalities, and identifies a range of key priorities and actions to achieve real improvements in the health and wellbeing of our                and 6th March 2012              m_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=16&Itemi
Small Grants                                                local population. To support this work, a small grants scheme has been made available to assist local organisations to deliver health                                                       d=25#HWBSGS
Fund                                                        improvement initiatives linked to the priorities within A Healthy Bolsover.Grant funding of up to £1,000 per applicant is available to
                                                            constituted community and voluntary groups, Parish Councils, statutory organisations and local businesses operating in Bolsover district.
                                                            Projects should:•clearly demonstrate health benefits to residents of Bolsover district.•link directly to the priorities within A Healthy
                                                            Bolsover.•fill a gap in service provision or add value to existing provision.•seek to continue the activity after the funded period, if
                                                            appropriate.Application forms and guidance notes can be downloaded from the links below, or hard copies can be requested from
                                                            Christa Belshaw who can also provide assistance with the completion of application forms.

Big Lottery               Large              Community/     The fund is to support young people between 8-14 years to avoid pathways into offending. Funding is available between three and five       £3 million       EOI due 10/10/11                http://www.catch-22.org.uk/News/Detail/Realising-
Realising                                     Voluntary     years to deliver tailored specialist support and technical assistance. The programme intends to support 20 applications accross England,                                                    Ambition-opens-search-for-projects-to-help-young-
Ambition                                       groups       Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. A consortium led by Catch22 has been appointed by the Big Lottery to identify the best projects.                                                      people-avoid-pathways-into-offending
                                                            The programme seeks to 1. achieve more young people benefit from oppertunities and support to fulfil thier potential 2. Organisations
                                                            working with young people have better eidence of what works 3. Big lottery and others learn about how they can best identify and
                                                            support replication of proven practice.
Environmental             Small              Community/     Who can apply? Registered Charities. JJ’s main areas of interest are: Literacy - to help improve the effectiveness of literacy teaching in Please see       Please see web                  www.sfct.org.uk/jj.html
Education                                     Voluntary     primary and secondary education for children with learning difficulties, including Dyslexia, and for ex-offenders or those at risk of      web
                                               groups       offending. Environmental education in the UK, particularly projects finding practical ways of involving children and young adults;
                                                            sustainable agriculture and bio-diversity; and sustainable transport, energy efficiency and renewable energy (some grants in this area
                                                            are made jointly with The Mark Leonard Trust) Environment projects overseas, especially community-based agriculture initiatives, which
                                                            aim to help people help themselves in an environmentally sustainable way.




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The Big Lottery       Large          BIG has been invited to run a £30 million non-lottery programme in England on behalf of the Office for
Local Infrastructure                 Civil Society. The ‘Local Infrastructure Fund’ was part of the Cabinet Office’s Giving White Paper
Fund                                 launched on Monday 23. The funding is designed to improve support for frontline civil society
                                     organisations in England by helping infrastructure organisations to modernise and improve the
                                     relevance of their services. Updates and further information will be available here ahead of the
                                     programme launch. If you would like to be notified by e-mail of any updates, and sign up for more
                                     information at launch, please e-mail supportingcivilsociety@biglotteryfund.org.uk marked in the
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EU PROGRESS Large                                        To summarise the PROGRESS programme there are five strands to the fund which target the following areas;                        http://ec.europa.eu/social/mai
Programme                                                Employment, Social Protection and Inclusion, Working Conditions, Anti-discrimination, Gender Equality. Each                     n.jsp?catId=327&langId=en
                                                         target area has a percentage of the fund allocated to it; Employment (23%), Social Protection and Inclusion
                                                         (30%), Working Conditions (10%), Anti-discrimination (23%), Gender Equality (12%) and under each 80%
                                                         match is the maximum that will be given. The commission selects projects through calls for tender or through
                                                         calls for proposals. Currently, there are two calls for proposals: PARES: Partnerships between employment
                                                         services with a deadline of 17/08/2011, and the second call is for projects contributing to exchange of good
                                                         practices. Further information can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=327&langId=en

Rural                                Large               The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) is funded by Defra and the European Union and runs
Development                                              from 2007 – 2013. emda is responsible for delivering the socio–economic elements of RDPE in the East
Programme                                                Midlands. Natural England and the Forestry Commission, are responsible for managing the environmental
                                                         schemes within the region. Socio-Economic Element £60m of grant funding is available from emda to support
                                                         land based businesses currently operating in the farming, forestry and horticulture sectors throughout the
                                                         region to bring wider benefits for the region’s economy. In the East Midlands, this element will focus on
                                                         ‘Competitiveness, Collaboration and Diversification’ and the criteria for projects to be eligible for grant funding
                                                         includes: Adding value to agricultural, horticultural or forestry products – including the development of new
                                                         products, processes and technologies; Improving co-operation and collaboration between businesses to
                                                         improve efficiency – including infrastructure and equipment investments; Promoting diversification in the rural
                                                         economy; and Supporting resource use efficiency including water management, energy efficiency, sustainable
                                                         construction, waste minimisation and renewable energy generation. Defra has prescribed that a proportion of
Agri-                                Large               Agri-Environment and Forestry Schemes
Environment                                              The Environmental Stewardship element of the Programme is an agri-environment scheme which provides
and Forestry                                             funding to farmers and other land managers in England who deliver effective environmental management
Schemes                                                  under agreements running for up to 10 years on their land. Environmental Stewardship (ES) is designed to
                                                         build on the recognised success of the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme and the Countryside
                                                         Stewardship Scheme. Its primary objectives are to: Conserve wildlife (biodiversity); Maintain and enhance
                                                         landscape quality and character; Protect the historic environment and natural resources; Promote public
                                                         access and understanding of the countryside; and Natural resource protection. Environmental Stewardship has
                                                         three elements: Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) provides a straightforward approach to supporting the good
                                                         stewardship of the countryside through simple and effective land management that goes beyond the Single
                                                         Payment Scheme. It is open to all farmers and landowners. Organic Entry Level Stewardship (OELS) is the
                                                         organic strand of ELS. Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) concentrates on the more complex types of
                                                         management where land managers need advice and support and where agreements will be tailored to local
                                                         circumstances. HLS applications will assessed against specific local targets and agreements will be offered
                                                         where they meet these targets and represent good value for money. Opportunities to Access Funding The agri-




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EMDA Rural                    Large              emda is delivering the socio-economic elements of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)                                             http://www.emda.org.uk/rdpe/
Development                                      2007 – 2013. Funded by Defra and the European Union, emda has approximately £60m available for projects
Fund                                             in the East Midlands until 2013. RDPE will mainly target land-based businesses in the East Midlands including
                                                 farmers, foresters, horticulturists. The criteria for projects to be eligible for grant funding includes:
                                                 • Adding value to agricultural, horticultural or forestry products – including the development of new products,
                                                 processes and technologies
                                                 • Improving co-operation and collaboration between businesses to improve efficiency – including infrastructure
                                                 and equipment investments
                                                 • Promoting diversification in the rural economy.
                                                 Use the links on the left to find out more about RDPE, including:
                                                 • Background and budget
                                                 • Eligible activity for the Core programme
                                                 • Livestock industry allocation
                                                 • Skills development and vocational training.
                                                 • £12m LEADER Approach

                                                 Follow the links below for further information on RDPE from the Defra and the European Commission.Defra
Agri-                                            http://www.defra.gov.uk/rural/rdpe/index.htm European Commission
                                                 The Environmental Stewardship element of the Programme is an agri-environment scheme which provides
Environment                                      funding to farmers and other land managers in England who deliver effective environmental management
and Forestry                                     under agreements running for up to 10 years on their land. Environmental Stewardship (ES) is designed to
Schemes                                          build on the recognised success of the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme and the Countryside
                                                 Stewardship Scheme. Its primary objectives are to: Conserve wildlife (biodiversity); Maintain and enhance
                                                 landscape quality and character; Protect the historic environment and natural resources; Promote public
                                                 access and understanding of the countryside; and Natural resource protection. Environmental Stewardship has
                                                 three elements: Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) provides a straightforward approach to supporting the good
                                                 stewardship of the countryside through simple and effective land management that goes beyond the Single
                                                 Payment Scheme. It is open to all farmers and landowners. Organic Entry Level Stewardship (OELS) is the
                                                 organic strand of ELS. Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) concentrates on the more complex types of
                                                 management where land managers need advice and support and where agreements will be tailored to local
                                                 circumstances. HLS applications will assessed against specific local targets and agreements will be offered
                                                 where they meet these targets and represent good value for money. Opportunities to Access Funding The agri-
European Social               Large              Derbyshire County Council are inviting tenders for priority 1 which is targeted at support key initiatives to  fiona.worrall@derbyshire.gov.uk
Fund (ESF)                                       support venerable people into employment. The total ESF allocation for Derbyshire is £1,310,992 which covers
Derbyshire                                       40% of costs so this could be a project that totals around £3million. This is available on Source Derbyshire.
County Council                                   Should you decide to ask for the tender documentation the advert asks that you provide your name, position,
                                                 employer, address, tel, email etc – ie full contact details
Youth in Action               Large   CYPP,      Who can apply? a non-profit or non-governmental organisation, a local, regional public body, an informal group                                   http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/you
                                      Cultural   of young people. The Youth in Action programme runs from 2007 to 2013 and supports projects that look to;                                        th/index_en.php
                                      Forum      Promote young people's active citizenship in general. Develop solidarity and promote tolerance among young
                                                 people, in particular in order to foster social cohesion. Foster mutual understanding between young people in
                                                 different countries. Contribute to improving the quality of support systems for youth activities and the
                                                 capabilities of civil society organisations in the youth field. There are a numebr of actions under this
                                                 programme and there is a current call for proposals under Action 3 -Yoth in the World which supports
                                                 partnerships and exchanges between young people and youth organisations through out the world. Prgramme
                                                 is managed by the British Learning Council

The Growth and                Large   Employm Supporting employer to be more amities about raising skills in their sectors. Needs co-investment from
Innovation Fund                       ent and    employers, also support match funded leadership and management grant for small and medium sized
                                      Enterprise firms.Three strands to this fund Best Market Solutions (aims is to raise employer ambition for and investment in
                                                 skills –priority will be given to those businesses that want to enhance skills through utilising professional
                                                 standards including occupational licensing and accreditation and training levies, It will also prioritise employer
                                                 commitment and investment in Apprenticeships. Focus on business lead. Particular interest in Higher
                                                 Apprenticeship Programmes), National Skills Academies ( employer led organisations working with specialist
                                                 skills and training providers)Joint Investment Programme (partnership with training networks of colleges and
                                                 training organisations for specific qualifications and units of qualifications. Employer/provider partnership is
                                                 required to deliver funds for specific sectorial provision) each with a separate application process. Must start
                                                 2011 -12 and will be provided for 2 years.Partnership approaches to drawing up proposals is favoured.




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Interrg IVB                           Large                     Funds transitional cooperation projects                                    ian.nweurope@btinternet.com   http://www.nweurope.eu/
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Skills Funding
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Organisations wishing to be considered for funding for education and
vocational training services fundind by the Skills Fundin Agency must be
registered on ACTOR (The Approved College and Training
Organisation). From 2011/12, the Skills Funding Agency is, in most
cases, applying a minimum aggregate contract value of £500,000 for any
provider delivering education and vocational training services. ACTOR is
the Skills Funding Agency’s on-line, e-Tendering application for the
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Fund              Smal/    LSP AREA       Details                                                             Max         Deadline/Biddin Period           Capital/ Web
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Derbyshire         Small   Any            Bringing People Together Who can apply? You must be based          £100 to      Sep 2010          Sep 2010       Revenue www.derbyshire
County Council             Community/     and or provide services in the Derbyshire administrative area      £2000                                         only    .gov.uk/news_ev
                           Voluntry       (excl Derby), have a child protection policy, bank account with a                                                        ents/news/2010/j
                           organisation   minimum of two members of your group as authorised                                                                       anuary/news_ite
                                          signatories, independently examined accounts should be made                                                              ms/county_help
                                          available if requested. The funding is to support costs that will                                                        s_to_bring_peo
                                          help people from different back grounds to get on well together in                                                       ple_together.asp
                                          their local area.

Third sector       Large   Housing and    The minimum award will be £100,000 (with a maximum award of          £200,000       21 May 2010              2010 Please www.thirdsector
fund to inspire            Environment/   £200,000) and between 4 and 8 separate projects will be funded.                                                   see web fund.org.uk
sustainable                Community      To register your interest please go to the Defra eTendering site.                                                 site
living                     Voluntry       Projects should use the seed corn funding to start delivery and
                           Sector         build their capacity to put in place activities that should be
                                          operational in the run up to the London 2012 Games and beyond.
                                          The activities can take place anywhere in UK and potentially
                                          catalyse sustainable behaviours, under one or more of the
                                          following themes:
                                          Active travel (walking and cycling more)
                                          Sustainable consumption – e.g. eco products or local and
                                          seasonal food
                                          Greener gardens/local areas
                                          More efficient resource use – particularly energy and water
                                          Waste less – recycle more.
                                          Whilst we are interested in a variety of projects spanning these
                                          themes, selection will be on quality grounds and not by criteria
                                          and the proposals must be directly related to, and use the
                                          inspiration of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games to
                                          encourage people to change their environmental behaviour. This
                                          does not necessarily mean that projects need to be sports
European Year Small                      They are interested in doing ‘listening events’ about experience of       £250              Jan-11             Jan-11 N/A
for Combating                            working age poverty, in rural Derbyshire. Grants of £250 are
Poverty and                              available to run a workshop with those experiencing working age
Social                                   poverty. What will the project do?By working closely with
Exclusion -                              grassroots groups around the country and people experiencing
Grants                                   poverty, it will do three things:1) Uncover some of the policy
Listening                                issues that keep people poor, and take them to policy-makers. 2)                                                            http://www.com
Campaign                                 Identify some of the myths about working age people in poverty,                                                             munity-
regarding                                and develop a programme of work to tackle them. 3) Recognise                                                                links.org/our-
working age                              and share examples of good practise in tackling poverty,                                                                    national-
poverty run                              particularly amongst small local organisations.4) Build the                                                                 work/Eu2010/
Derbyshire       Small    Any            capacity of small organisations to campaign on issues in theirto
                                         Voluntary and Community Groups can apply. The Fund aims             Please see Please seen         Please seen notes Both   www.derbyshire
Community                 Community/     improve the quality of life for Derbyshire residents by supporting notes        notes                                       communityfoun
Foundation -              Voluntry       activities that help to build safer, stronger communities. The fund                                                         dation.co.uk
Derbyshire                organisation/C has four main themes if your group submits an application to this
Police Authority          ultural Forum fund it must be able to fit at least one of the themes:
Fund                                     • Activities that help to reduce anti-social behavior and other
                                         causes of crime within your community
                                         • Activities that support vulnerable young people who are either at
                                         risk of committing crime or becoming the victims of crime
                                         • Projects that promote personal and/or community safety
                                         • Projects that help to improve your local community either
                                         through an activity that bring everybody in the community together
                                         or through improving the community physically (renovating a
                                         building or creating a new community space).
                                         Type of Project costs funded:
                                         Capital (any items of equipment) although it is unlikely to fund
                                         substantial building works
                                         Revenue (any non-equipment costs) including ongoing running
                                         costs for a project or group
                                         One off events and one-off projects
                                         The Fund will not consider contributing to projects costs
Active Citizens   Small   CVS            The British Council Active Citizens Programme links                      £7,500 9th July 2010                    2010 Rev   http://activecitiz
Programme                                organisations working to benefit their local communities with other                                                         ens.britishcounc
                                         organisations in the UK and abroad facilitating cross-cultural,                                                             il.org/
                                         reseach and networking. The programme is aimed at: Promoting
                                         co-existence within diverse communities, Participation in local
                                         politics decision making, Meeting basic needs, Creating
                                         sustainable livelihoods and employment. This scheme is seeking
                                         UK delivery partners to help deliver the Active Citizens
                                         Programme who can: Promote the programme in their localities
                                         across all sectors, Liase between The British Council and
British Gas               Large          participants, Appoint two community facilitators to encourage upto Closed
                                         Communty Volutry Sector
Green Streets                                                                                                pending
                                                                                                             new
                                                                                                             funding
                                                                                                             round
Stanley Smith         Small   CVS/Third      Grant for third sector organisations (TSOs) undertaking projects Please See 15th August 2010               Rev   Please see
Horticultural Trust           Sector         to further horticulture in the UK.Grants are usually made for one- notes                                         notes
Grant                                        off projects; however, some are made annually over two or three
                                             years.The Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust Grant is provided and
                                             administered by the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust and is
                                             available to TSOs throughout the UK.The scheme is intended to
                                             support organisations undertaking horticultural projects to further
                                             knowledge and education.In particular, the scheme wishes to
                                             support projects with the following themes: Creation,
                                             development, preservation and maintenance of gardens
                                             accessible to the public. Promotion of the cultivation and wide
                                             distribution of plants which are of value to mankind. Promotion of
                                             the cultivation of new species of plants. The publication of books
                                             or other works relating to the science of horticulture. Eligible
                                             expenditure includes: Training schemes and educational
Vinspired             Small   Community      Who can apply? the public. Preparationand aged 16-25,.
                                             programmes for Voluntry Organisation of horticultural exhibits.        £2,500 10-May-2010 and Round 8 &9   Rev   http://vinspired.
                              Voluntry       Vcashpoint is seeking to provide funding for small volunteer-led              06-Sep-10                          com/rewards/vc
                              Sector         projects in England that are inspired by the 2012 Olympic and                                                    ashpoint
                              /CYPP/Parish   Paralympic Games.Grants of up to £2,500 are available to
                              Council        individuals aged 16 to 25 for projects that clearly benefit a chosen
                                             community and fit within v's five themes for the 2012 Games:
                                             Sport. Culture. Environment. Health. Education. Applicants
                                             must also demonstrate how their project reflects at least one of
                                             the seven values of the Olympic and Paralympic Games:
                                             Respect. Excellence. Friendship. Courage. Determination.
                                             Inspiration. Equality.
                                             Successful applicants may be considered by the London 2012
                                             Organising Committee to carry the London 2012 Inspire mark
                                             which officially recognises their project as part of the 2012
                                             Games.The deadlines for applications to Rounds 8 and 9 are 10
                                             May 2010 ( 12 noon) and 6 September 2010 ( 12 noon
Young Sector      Large   CYPP           Grant funding for organisations enabling them to reach young      £200,000-     04/02/2010 4th     Apr 2010 to Mar   Revenue http://ysdf.ecote
Development                              people and their families to broader their horizons, life changes £500,000     round of funding         2011         only    c.com/
Fund                                     and aspirations giving them access to a wide range of career and
(Department for                          learning options. Funding figure must represent no more than
Children,                                40% of the organisations annual turnover.
Schools and
Families)




Derbyshire        Small   CVS            The North Derbyshire Voluntary Action (NDVA) Small Grants              £1,000 10th September      10th September     Rev      http://www.ndva.
Small Grant                              Scheme provides grants to help local health-related voluntary                 2010                2010                        org.uk/
Scheme                                   groups pay for their running costs. NDVA aims to distribute the
                                         funding equally across the localities of North Derbyshire.Grants
                                         are available for voluntary organisations that contribute to the
                                         health and well-being of people in North Derbyshire. This includes
                                         a broad range of groups, for example: Luncheon clubs, Social
                                         clubs, Self help groups, Campaigning groups, Groups providing
                                         support and information. A grant can be awarded to a larger
                                         group for a specific piece of health-related work. This is more
Beacon            Small   CVS            likely for groups who do not already receive funding for health-
                                         Sustainable Funding Beacons                                            £7,000 10th September                                  http://www.ncvo-
Programme                                A partnership opportunity with the Sustainable Funding Project at             2010                                            vol.org.uk/sfp/bea
                                         NCVO                                                                                                                          cons
                                         Over the past decade, the Sytainable Funding Project (SFP) has
                                         worked with infrastructure across England to support frontline
                                         voluntary and community sector organisations (VCO’s) to explore
                                         a more sustainable approach to funding. The Beacons
                                         programme seeks to strengthen this relationship through strategic
                                         collaboration, to benefit both infrastructure organisations and the
                                         communities they serve. The aims of the programme are to equip
                                         selected infrastructure organisations with the skills, knowledge
                                         and resources to embed the sustainable income approach
                                         amongst frontline VCO’s in their area and to enable them to take
                                         a more strategic approach. The benefits include: Beacons can
Healthy Heart     Small   CVS/Health     Financial assistance in available for charities, voluntary groups     £10,000 31st August 2011                 2010 Rev       www.heartresea
Grants                    and Welbeing   and community organisations to carry out projects that will reduce                                                            rch.org.uk/healt
                                         the risk of heart disease within their community. The programme                                                               hy_heart_grants
                                         can part fund eligible projects. The scheme is open to all UK                                                                 .htm
                                         based community groups, voluntary organisations, charities and
                                         researches. Staff involved in the delivery of the project must be
                                         suitably qualified, experienced and insured. Elibible expenditure
                                         includes addittional staff costs, travel and equipment costs that
                                         are essential upto £2000
Comic Relief UK   Large   Any               Who can apply? Voluntary and community sector throughout the         £25,000    3rd or 17th        4th round now open Both   www.comicrelief
Grants                    Community/        UK including: constituted voluntary and community groups,            and        September 2010                               .com
                          Voluntry          charities, social enterprises, co-operatives, faith organisations,   £40,000
                          organisation/Cr   and community interest companies. Match funding not required.        per year
                          ime and           Funding Priorities: Sexually exploited and trafficked young
                          Community         people Young People and Alcohol Sport for Change Domestic
                          Saftey partner    and sexual abuse Refugee and Asylum Seeking women Mental
                                            Health Young People and Mental Health. They fund work in
                                            England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - and are very
                                            keen to make sure that we reach all parts of the UK, especially
                                            areas which often miss out, such as rural communities. They
                                            usually make grants for between one and three years. Current
                                            UK programmes Mental Health Domestic and Sexual Abuse
                                            Refugee and Asylum Seeking Women Sport for Change
                                            Local Communities Older People Sexually Exploited and
                                            Trafficked Young People (11-25)Young People and Alcohol
                                            (11-25)Young People with Mental Health Problems (11-25)
                                            Young Carers: This programme is managed by the Princess
                                            Royal Trust for Carers. Further information will be available
                                            soon from http://www.carers.org
Baring            Large   Any               Who can apply? Voluntary organisations that: are registered          Minimum    International                 Mar-10 Revenue www.baringfoun
Foundation                Community/        charities or constituted not-for profit organisations based in       £20,000    Development 26th                     only    dation.org.uk
                          Voluntry          England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland AND are working        Maximum    March 2010
                          organisation      to tackle disadvantage and discrimination AND are local, regional    Grant:     Strengthening
                          /Cultural         or second tier organisations with an annual income in the last       £100,000   Voluntary Sector
                          Forum/Crime       financial year of between £250,000 and £7 million OR: are                       announced in
                          and               national organisations with an annual income in the last financial              early 2010
                          Community         year of between £1 million and £7 million OR: are international
                          Saftey            organisations carrying out the majority of their overseas work in
                                            Sub-Saharan Africa with an annual income in the last financial
                                            year of between £1 million and £7 million. No match funding
                                            needed Priorities change each year. Examples of programme
                                            priorities for 2008 include: Specific programmes with Arts (Made
                                            by older people), International Development & Strengthening
                                            Voluntary Sector.
Scottish Power Large      Housing and  The Fund is open to applications from the following types of            £100,000    19th October                      2010 Both   http://www.ener
Energy Peoples            Environment  organisation:                                                                       2010                                          gypeopletrust.c
Trust Fund                             •Charities.                                                                                                                       om/content/defa
                                       •Local authorities.                                                                                                               ult.asp?page=s4
                                       •Voluntary and community groups.
                                       •Housing associations.
                                       •Not-for-profit enterprises.
                                       All projects must demonstrate:
                                       •That they address fuel poverty explicitly and as the primary
                                       purpose.
                                       •Additionality - for example, the number of people who will be
                                       directly helped as a result of the project.
                                       Priority will be given to projects that will help families with young
                                       children.
                                       Financial assistance is available for local authorities, charities,
                                       community groups and other not-for-profit organisations to carry
                                       out projects that help to tackle fuel poverty. Funding is available
                                       for a range of projects, including:
                                       •Crisis funding - especially for women and children needing
                                       emergency accommodation or vulnerable young people setting
                                       up home for the first time.
Small Grant       Small   CVS          The North Derbyshire Voluntary Action (NDVA) Small Grants                  £1,000   10th September       10th September    Rev    www.ndva.org.u
Scheme                                 Scheme provides grants to help local health-related voluntary                       2010                 2010                     k
Derbyshire                             groups pay for their running costs. NDVA aims to distribute the
                                       funding equally across the localities of North Derbyshire.Grants
                                       are available for voluntary organisations that contribute to the
                                       health and well-being of people in North Derbyshire. This includes
                                       a broad range of groups, for example: Luncheon clubs, Social
                                       clubs, Self help groups, Campaigning groups, Groups providing
                                       support and information. A grant can be awarded to a larger
                                       group for a specific piece of health-related work. This is more
BBC Children in   Large   Children and likely cangroups who do not already receive funding for health-
                                       Who for apply? Who can apply? BBC Children in Need funds              £10,000       15th July and 15th                            http://www.bbc.c
need Main                 Young People not-for-profit organisations (including registered charities,         plus          October                                       o.uk/pudsey/gra
Grants                    CVP          voluntary organisations, schools, local authorities, churches,                                                                    nts/general_gra
Programme                 Health and   social enterprises, community interest groups, universities etc)                                                                  nts.shtml
                          Wellbeing    who work with disadvantaged children and young people 18
                                       years and under, living in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel
                                       Islands.Main grants programme is for £10,000 per annum. The
                                       programme is keen to fund organisations that may not have
                                       previously considered applying to BBC Children in Need and
                                       those that can demonstrate bringing positive change to the lives
                                       of disadvantaged children and young people. In particular, the
                                       programme is keen to fund work in the following areas:Illness,
                                       distress, abuse or neglect. Disability. Behavioural or
                                       psychological difficulties. Poverty and deprivation.
BBC Children in   Small   Children and   Who can apply? BBC Children in Need funds not-for-profit                 £10,000 15th October               http://www.bbc.c
need Small                Young People   organisations (including registered charities, voluntary                         2010                       o.uk/pudsey/gra
Grants                    CVP            organisations, schools, local authorities, churches, social                                                 nts/general_gra
Programme                 Health and     enterprises, community interest groups, universities etc) who                                               nts.shtml
                          Wellbeing      work with disadvantaged children and young people 18 years and
                                         under, living in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands.
                                         Small Grants programme is for less than £10,000 per annum.
                                         The programme is keen to fund organisations that may not have
                                         previously considered applying to BBC Children in Need and
                                         those that can demonstrate bringing positive change to the lives
                                         of disadvantaged children and young people. In particular, the
                                         programme is keen to fund work in the following areas:Illness,
                                         distress, abuse or neglect. Disability. Behavioural or
                                         psychological difficulties. Poverty and deprivation.


Scottish Power Large      Housing and    The Fund is open to applications from the following types of            £100,000 19th October   2010 Both   http://www.energy
Energy Peoples            Environment    organisation:                                                                    2010                       peopletrust.com/c
Trust Fund                               •Charities.                                                                                                 ontent/default.asp
                                         •Local authorities.                                                                                         ?page=s4
                                         •Voluntary and community groups.
                                         •Housing associations.
                                         •Not-for-profit enterprises.
                                         All projects must demonstrate:
                                         •That they address fuel poverty explicitly and as the primary
                                         purpose.
                                         •Additionality - for example, the number of people who will be
                                         directly helped as a result of the project.
                                         Priority will be given to projects that will help families with young
                                         children.
                                         Financial assistance is available for local authorities, charities,
                                         community groups and other not-for-profit organisations to carry
                                         out projects that help to tackle fuel poverty. Funding is available
                                         for a range of projects, including:
                                         •Crisis funding - especially for women and children needing
                                         emergency accommodation or vulnerable young people setting
                                         up home for the first time.
North East      Small   Transport       The North East Derbyshire Accessibility Partnership has project                30th September     2010 Both   Please see notes
Derbyshire              CVS Parish      funding available to deliver small scale transport related
Accessibility           Councils All    accessibility improvements that will contribute to improving
Partnership             LSP groups      access to services for the benefit of residents and/or visitors in
                                        the borough of Chesterfield and the districts of Bolsover and
                                        North East Derbyshire. Funding is available for both Revenue
                                        and Capital projects. Applications which can demonstrate
                                        additional match-funding/or in kind contributions will generally be
                                        looked on more favourably than those requesting 100% funding.
                                        There are two amounts of funding available:

                                        •     A capital fund with a maximum funding limit of £5,000 per
                                        project.
                                        •     A revenue fund with a maximum funding limit of £1,000 per
                                        project.

                                      They are looking for transport related initiatives which either help
                                      reduce people’s need to travel to facilities, or provide transport to
                                      enable people to access essential services.
First Light     Large   Cultural      Financial assistance is available to organisations that have             £30,000 5th October        2010 Rev    http://www.firstli
Young Film              Forum/ Parish experience in filmmaking and working with young people aged 5-                                                  ghtonline.co.uk/f
Fund - Studio           Council/      19 for the production of between two and four short films up to                                                 unding/young-
Awards                  Community     ten minutes long. Grants are available to cover up to 80% project                                               film-fund/
                        Voluntry      costs to a maximum of £30,000. Applicants must provide 20%
                        Sector/ Local match funding, a minimum of 10% of which must be cash and the
                        Authority/    rest in-kind. The First Light Studio Award provides funding for
                        Children and  organisations that are experienced in filmmaking with young
                        Young People people. First Light was set up to provide funding and inspiration
                                      for the development, production and exhibition of short films
                                      made by young people across the UK - films that represent and
                                      embrace the diversity of their lives, stories and dreams.
                                      Organisations with experience and access to facilities can get
                                      funding to produce between two and four short films over a period
                                      of eight months. Effectively First Light sees these organisations
                                      as small film studios working with young people who make their
                                      own films in collaboration with film professionals. Films should be
                                      a maximum of ten minutes long.


First Light     Small   Cultural        Financial assistance is available to organisations to make a short      £5,000 5th October 2010   2010 Rev    http://www.firstli
Young Film              Forum/ Parish   film of less than five minutes. The film should be made by young                                              ghtonline.co.uk/f
Fund - Pilot            Council/        people aged 5-18 years, collaborating with film professionals.                                                unding/young-
Awards                  Community       First Light was set up to provide funding and inspiration for the                                             film-fund/
                        Voluntry        development, production and exhibition of short films made by
                        Sector/ Local   young people across the UK - films that represent and embrace
                        Authority/      the diversity of their lives, stories and dreams.Organisations can
                        Children and    get funding to make a short film of less than five minutes long.
                        Young People    The film should be made by the young people themselves,
                                        collaborating with film professionals. The intention is to encourage
                                        fruitful, creative partnerships between organisations that work
Clothworkers       Large        CVP       Who can apply? Charities                                               Please see Funding round    Please see web   Capital
Foundation                                MAIN GRANTS PROGRAMME AND SMALL GRANTS                                 web        starting 2011
                                          PROGRAMME. Will fund one-off grants for capital costs for UK
                                          registered charities with an annual turnover of under
                                          £10m.Capital costs include: -Building purchase and renovation-
                                          Equipment (including IT hardware)- Vehicles They do not fund
                                          revenue costs.
                                          TEXTILE HERITAGE PROJECTS - their primary interest is in
                                          supporting the cataloguing, indexing, storing, conserving, display
                                          and access to important UK textile collections and archives. They
                                          wish to encourage access to past history in order to stimulate
                                          scholarly research and future design. They are more interested in
                                          cloth and its manufacture than costumes. Their priority is British
                                          textiles.
                                          CONSERVATIONS Supporting Conservation will provide
                                          bursaries to enable conservation professionals to attend courses
                                          and conferences and to peruse a research project.
Sport England      Large   All LSP groups Sportsmatch Who can apply? Formally constituted not-for-profit         upto         Autumn 2010                     Both      www.sportengla
                                          organisations and statutory bodies. This might include sports          £100,000                                               nd.org/funding/s
                                          clubs, voluntary organisations, local authorities, schools,                                                                   portsmatch.aspx
                                          universities or national governing bodies of sport. Only gives
                                          match funding. Before making an application, we suggest you
                                          complete the pre-application checklist to help you decide if your
                                          organisation and project are eligible for a Sportsmatch award. It is
                                          strongly recommend that you read the Sportsmatch guidance
                                          document, and read the pages in this section which explain what
                                          Sportsmatch cannot fund and what makes a good application.



Reaching Out to    Large     Health and    Who can apply? Voluntry organisations 'Reaching out to carers            £25,000        11/17/2010 Rev                       http://www.dh.g
Carers                       Wellbeing     innovation fund 2010/2011' has been published by the                                                                         ov.uk/en/Publica
Innovation Fund                            Department of Health. The Government is keen to improve early                                                                tionsandstatistic
                                           identification of carers so that they can be supported in                                                                    s/Publications/P
                                           considering their various options and make informed choices                                                                  ublicationsPolic
                                           about their lives. They are therefore targeting a specific scheme                                                            yAndGuidance/
                                           at voluntary sector organisations in England who, in addition to                                                             DH_120426
                                           their primary work with individuals with particular conditions,
                                           illnesses or with particular age groups, are also keen to support
                                           carers.
First Light        Large        CVP        The First Light Film Fund provides funding for organisations that         £3,000            Jan-11 Rev                       www.firstlighton
Youth Film                                 involve young people in filmaking. Grant of up to £3,000 are                                                                 line.co.uk/fundin
Fund                                       available and the next deadline is 11 January 2011.                                                                          gstream/young-
                                                                                                                                                                        film-fund
The Woodward       Small   Community       The Woodward Charitable Trust is inviting applications from UK        Upto               30-Nov-10 Rev                       http://www.woo
Charitable Trust           Voluntry        registered charities working with or in the areas of; social and      £5000.00                                               dwardcharitablet
                           Sector          ethnic minority groups; prisoners and ex-offenders;                   or                                                     rust.org.uk/guid
                                           homelessness; violence and abuse; arts outreach; disability;          £5000.00                                               elines.html
                                           environment. The fund offers grants: up to £5,000 through their       plus
                                           small grants scheme of over £5,000 through their large grants
                                           scheme. The Trustees favour small-scale, locally based
Sustainable                         Who can apply? Community Voluntry Groups Financial                   Discretionary   12/16/2010 Capital   http://www.sport
Facilities                          assistance is available for sports clubs, community groups, social                                        england.org/fun
                                    enterprises and local authorities to carry out projects that will                                         ding/sustainable
                                    create new, sustainable community-based sporting facilities                                               _facilities.aspx
                                    across England. The Sustainable Investment in Community
                                    Facilities Fund is provided by Sport England on an annual basis
                                    to fund a small number of capital building projects that will
                                    contribute to developing the community sport infrastructure in
                                    England. To develop new, modern sporting facilities, Sport
                                    England is looking to support a radical new approach that will not
                                    only build new or revamp existing facilities, but aim to provide a
                                    sustainable, long-term approach where organisations work
                                    together on projects that are able to bring in enough revenue to
                                    maintain high quality facilities provision. Sport England is looking
                                    to fund a small number of community sport hubs, which will see
                  Small    CVP      This year private and third sectors take a that are looking to
                                    the public,the funding will priorities projectspartnership approach      £7,000      12/30/2010           Contact
                                    innovate their service ie:A feasibility study, time limited project                                       Georgina
                                    looking at service development which may or may not lead to a                                             Horobin Tel
                                    funding application to identified alternative funders. This budget                                        01283 731346
                                    will allow you to look at the potential outcomes and how these
                                    might be achieved in order to fulfil the criteria of most potential
Voluntary                           funders in providing a more robust service development plan with
Sector                              measurable outcomes. A time limited project looking at service
Development                         redesign to meet the needs of the community served by the
Fund                                organisation.
Transition Fund   Large    CVP      The government’s £100m Transition Fund designed to help civil          £500,000       1/21/2011 Both      http://www.biglo
                                    society organisations deal with cuts in public spending, has                                              tteryfund.org.uk/
                                    opened for applications. The fund, which is being managed by the                                          transitionfund
                                    Big Fund, the non-lottery arm of the Big Lottery Fund, will provide
                                    grants to help charities, voluntary groups and social enterprises.
                                    Eligibility to apply is published on Big Fund's website and
                                    organisations must meet all six criteria. These include:• You have
                                    approved annual accounts that are no more than 12 months old
                                    which show that:- your total income for that year was between
                                    £50,000 and £10 million and- at least 60 per cent of your total
                                    income came from taxpayer-funded sources.• You have
                                    evidence, or have substantial reason to believe, that between
                                    April 2011 and March 2012, your organisation will experience a
                                    reduction of at least 30 per cent of the taxpayer-funded income
                                    you receive for the delivery of front line public services in
Transforming      Large   All LSP   Financial Your free is available for projects that transform and
                                    England.•assistancereserves could pay for your organisation’s           £60,000         Feb-11 Rev        www.peoplesmil
Communities               Groups    improve the local community for the benefit of the community or                                           lions.org.uk/appl
                                    are looking to fund projects that will help people in getting more                                        y
                                    from their local community. The Jubilee Peoples Millions is a joint
                                    initiative from the Big Lottery Fund and ITV which aims to mark
                                    the Queens jubilee in 2012 by distributing Lottery funding to
                                    projects that will benefit local communities. 60 awards of up to
                                    £60,000 (plus VAT) are available 2011. The deadline for
                                    applications is 12 noon 4th Feburary 2011.
Reducing Re-       Large   Who can apply? National Voluntary Sector supporting front line       £700,000     Feb-11 All costs associated     http://www.justic
offending                  civil society organisations who are working to reduce youth and      per year            with eligible projects   e.gov.uk/
National                   adult re-offending. Social Enterprises. The programme seeks to       over three
Voluntary                  ensure the existence of a collaborative, accountable and effective   years
Sector                     national infrastructure representing and supporting diverse civil
Infrastrstructre           society organisations working to reduce reoffending. Specific
Funding 2011-              outcomes are
2014
Comic Relief UK    Large       CYPP       Aim to fund work for young people aged 11-25 who are drinking £25,000 to                           Rev              http://www.comi
Grants -Young                             exessively that aim to reduce the levels of young people drinking. £40,000                                          crelief.com/appl
People and                                This could include individual or group work sessions and can be                                                     y-for-a-
Alcohol                                   outreach. Keen to receive joint applications from young peoples                                                     grant/programm
                                          agencies . Projects where a variety of sustance misuse is                                                           es/young-people-
                                          addressed Comic Relief wants to fund alcohol element of this                                                        and-alcohol
                                          work.
Moto Fund          Small   CVP            Who can apply? Charity or a good cause within 25 miles of a           £10,000 October 10 April     Rev              http://www.motoin
                                          Moto service area. Your project involve or affects Moto staff or              11.                                   thecommunity.co.
                                          their families.                                                                                                     uk
                                          Bolsover is 23 miles from the Moto site at Blyth, Worksop
                                          therfore some areas within the Bolsover district are eligible to
                                          apply for a grant from Moto.

                                          The Moto in the Community Trust is a grant making charity. The
                                          criteria for funding are in line with the objectives of our charity.
                                          The Trustees who manage the Trust evaluate every application
                                          for support. Applications are looked on favourably when they
                                          clearly provide opportunities for Moto People to engage in the
                                          project/proposal. It is an objective of the Trust, through the
                                          ‘making a difference’ employee volunteering programme, to offer
Boots              Small   Any            Who People as Registered charities and small to get involved in £100 to
                                          Moto can apply? many opportunities as possible voluntary                          Please see Web   Please see Web   www.boots-
Charitable Trust           Community/     organisations whose yearly income and expenditure is less than £10,000                                              csr.com
                           Voluntry       £1000 Funding Priorities Health: Community healthcare, health
                           organisation   education and prevention Lifelong learning: Helping people of any
                                          age achieve their educational potential Community development:
                                          Helping Groups to organise and respond to problems and needs
                                          in their communities and networks Social Care: personal social
                                          services, social preventative schemes and community social
                                          activities.

Comic Relief UK    Small         CVP      This programme is built around supporting older people to bring      £15,000 to                    Rev              http://www.comi
Grants -Old                               positive change to their communities, enabling them to contribute £40,000                                           crelief.com/appl
People                                    their time, energy and skills to those individuals who need it most.                                                y-for-a-
                                          Encouraging participation has direct health benefits and can                                                        grant/programm
                                          provide older people with opportunities for social engagement                                                       es/older-people
                                          and building networks. Comic Relief are able to support
                                          applications from a range of organisations including self help and
                                          community groups, voluntary organisations, community interest
                                          companies and social enterpriseswho are targeting their work at
                                          older people aged 65 and over.
Volunteering        Large   Third Sector   Grant funding and business support for third sector organisations    upto   Successful        Rev       www.vol
Fund                        Organisation   (TSOs) wishing to enhance their capacity and ability in the health £500,000 Projects notified           unteerin
                            Community      and social care fields The Fund has a budget of almost £5 million,                                      gfund.c
                            Voluntry       to be distributed between 2010/11 and 2011/12. A further                                                om
                            Sector         £450,000 will be used for the provision of training and support.
                                           Regions will be clustered for targeting in the following groups,
                                           which will be invited to apply for funding in this order:North East
                                           and North West. East Midlands and Yorkshire and Humberside.
                                           South Central, South West and West Midlands. London, South
                                           East and East of England.




European Regional   Large                  The East Midlands 2007-13 Competitiveness Programme has officially launched a          www.eastmidla                www.eastmidlandserdf.
Development Fund                           third Open Call for Activity under the Programme's Innovation and Sustainable          ndserdf.org.uk               org.uk
(ERDF) PA 1                                Business Practice Priority.
                                           Programme Priority Axis 1 (PA1) seeks to create a high value-added economy by
                                           supporting innovation and sustainable business practice and will build on the region's
                                           key strengths. This Call for Activity seeks to commit up to £19m ERDF and invites
                                           Expressions of Interest from applicants that can demonstrate they can contribute
                                           significantly to the achievement of PA1 objectives, outputs and results. The
                                           associated Prospectus and Expression of Interest form are available to download at
                                           www.eastmidlandserdf.org.uk from the 'Applying for Funding' pages.
                                           The deadline for Expressions of Interest to be received by the ERDF Team under this
                                           Call is noon on Friday, 27th May 2011.




Adult and           Large   Community/     Voluntary and community organisations are being invited to apply                          £75,000       http://ww
Community                   Voluntary      for a share of the £2.25 million Adult and Community Learning                                           w.niace.
Leaning Fund                groups         Fund, which will provide grants between £10,000 and £75,000 to                                          org.uk/cu
                                           support informal adult and community learning projects. The fund,                                       rrent-
                                           from the governments Skills Funding Agency administered by the                                          work/adu
                                           National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE), aims to                                       lt-and-
                                           build the Big Society through leaning, engaging and motivating                                          communi
                                           disadvantaged groups. Projects will need to start by 1st                                                ty-
                                           September 2011 and end by 31st March 2012. Applications for                                             learning-
                                           grants must be submitted by 12 noon on Friday 10th June. For                                            fund-aclf
                                           further information and to download an application form visit
                                           http://www.niace.org.uk/current-work/adult-and-community-
                                           learning-fund-aclf
Grow the Game   Small   All LSP groups The Grow the Game (GtG) grant scheme is provided and                 £5,000   2/8/2011 Rev   http://www.footb
                                       administered by the Football Foundation to stimulate and sustain                             allfoundation.or
                                       increased participation in football at a grass-roots level. Grants                           g.uk/apply/com
                                       are available for revenue-based projects to establish new football                           munity-
                                       teams and activities, and to provide new opportunities for players                           grants/grow-the-
                                       and volunteers. Applications are invited from non-profit                                     game/
                                       organisations, including•Local authorities•Football clubs•Youth
                                       clubs with a football programme•Community groups, centres and
                                       clubs•Charitable organisations•Parish councils•Sports
                                       associations•Leagues.Organisations must be planning to set up
                                       two new football teams over the next two years.Eligible
                                       Expenditure Grow the Game will fund only revenue costs and will
                                       not consider applications for capital costs (kit, equipment
                                       etc).Funding can be used for:•Facility hires•Hire of FA qualified
                                       coaches and referees•CRB checks•Affiliation fees•League
                                       entry•First aid kits•Promotion and publicity•FA coaching courses.
                Arts and Culture                                           Community Development
                Allen Lane Foundation                                      Allen Lane Foundation
                Arts Council England                                       Arts Council England
                Baring Foundation                                          Baring Foundation
                BBC Children in Need                                       BBC Children in Need
                Biffaward                                                  Biffaward
                Big Lottery Fund                                           Big Lottery Fund
                Capacity Builders                                          Bingham Trust, The
                Charity Bank                                               Boots Charitable Trust
                Church Urban Fund                                          Capacity Builders
                CLA Charitable Trust                                       Catalyst Fund
                Co Op Community Fund                                       Charity Bank
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust                               Church Urban Fund
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme   CLA Charitable Trust
                Comic Relief                                               Co Op Community Fund
                Community Radio Fund (Ofcom)                               Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                Co-operative & Community Finance                           Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Derbyshire Community Foundation                            Comic Relief
                East Midlands Airport Community Fund                       Co-operative & Community Finance
                EM Media                                                   Derbyshire Community Foundation
                Ernest Cook Trust                                          East Midlands Airport Community Fund
                Esmée Fairbairn Foundation                                 Ernest Cook Trust
                Florence Turner Trust                                      Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
                Foyle Foundation                                           Florence Turner Trust
                FutureBuilders                                             Ford Britain Trust
                Garfield Weston Foundation                                 FutureBuilders
                Greater Nottingham Partnership                             Garfield Weston Foundation
                Heritage Lottery Fund                                      Greater Nottingham Partnership
                Joseph Rowntree Foundation                                 HBOS – Community Action Programme
                Legacy Trust                                               Help Yourselves
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership                        Heritage Lottery Fund
                Linbury Trust                                              Joseph Rowntree Foundation
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                          Legacy Trust
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                          Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Lincolnshire Enterprise                                    Linbury Trust
                Lloyds TSB Foundation                                      Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Northamptonshire Community Foundation                      Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Connexions Small Grants Programme                          Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Enterprise                                                 Lloyds TSB Foundation
                Sustain part of arts council england                       Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                Grass Roots                                                Peter Harrison Foundation
                General Funding Programme                                  Rank Foundation
                Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd                            Scarman Trust
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation                       Tesco Charity Trust
                Grassroots Grant Programme                                 The Big Lottery Fund
                Kynan Eldridge                                             Awards for All
                                                                           The Clothworkers' Foundation SMALL GRANTS DUE TO
                Paul Hamlyn Foundation                                     REOPPEN IN 2011
                Rank Foundation                                            The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                SITA Trust                                                 Trusthouse Charitable Trust
                Awards for All                                             Tudor Trust
                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund                            Unltd
                Trusthouse Charitable Trust                                Millenium Awards
                Unltd
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                Crime and Disorder                                         Economic Development
                Allen Lane Foundation                                      Allen Lane Foundation
                Arts Council England                                       Arts Council England
                Baring Foundation                                          Baring Foundation
                BBC Children in Need                                       BBC Children in Need
                Biffaward                                                  Biffaward
                Big Lottery Fund                                           Big Lottery Fund
                Capacity Builders                                          Capacity Builders
                Charity Bank                                               Charity Bank
                Church Urban Fund                                          Church Urban Fund
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust                               Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                Bridging the Gap                                           Bridging the Gap
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme   Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Comic Relief                                               Comic Relief
                Co-operative & Community Finance                           Co-operative & Community Finance
                Derbyshire Community Foundation                            Derbyshire Community Foundation
                East Midlands Airport Community Fund                       General Fund
                FutureBuilders                                             FEBA CDFI Loan Fund
                Greater Nottingham Partnership                             FutureBuilders
                Heritage Lottery Fund                                      Greater Nottingham Partnership
                Joseph Rowntree Foundation                                 Heritage Lottery Fund
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership                        Joseph Rowntree Foundation
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                          Leicester Shire Moneyline
                Lincolnshire Enterprise                                    Leicestershire Community Foundation
                Lloyds TSB Foundation                                      Coalfields Regeneration Trust
                Nationwide Foundation                                      Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Northamptonshire Community Foundation                      Lincolnshire Community Business Development Finance Initiative
                Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd                            Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Nottingham Building Society's Community Spirit Award       Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation                       Grass Roots
                Grassroots Grant Programme                                 Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Princes Trust                                              Lloyds TSB Foundation
                The Big Lottery Fund                                       Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                Awards for All                                             Princes Trust
                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund                            Scarman Trust
                Trusthouse Charitable Trust                                The Big Boost
                Tudor Trust                                                Awards for All
                Unltd                                                      The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                Millenium Awards                                           Trusthouse Charitable Trust
                                                                           Unltd
                                                                           Millenium Awards
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                Education and lifelong learning                            Environment
                Allen Lane Foundation                                      Allen Lane Foundation
                Arts Council England                                       Arts Council England
                Baring Foundation                                          Baring Foundation
                BBC Children in Need                                       BBC Children in Need
                Biffaward                                                  Biffaward
                Big Lottery Fund                                           Big Lottery Fund
                Bingham Trust, The                                         Capacity Builders
                Boots Charitable Trust                                     Charity Bank
                BT Community Connections                                   Church Urban Fund
                Capacity Builders                                          CLA Charitable Trust
                Charity Bank                                               Co Op Community Fund
                Church Urban Fund                                          Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                CLA Charitable Trust                                       Bridging the Gap
                Co Op Community Fund                                       Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust                               Comic Relief
                Bridging the Gap                                           Co-operative & Community Finance
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme   Derbyshire Community Foundation
                Comic Relief                                               East Midlands Airport Community Fund
                Co-operative & Community Finance                           Ernest Cook Trust
                Derbyshire Community Foundation                            Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
                East Midlands Airport Community Fund                       Florence Turner Trust
                Ernest Cook Trust                                          Ford Britain Trust
                Esmée Fairbairn Foundation                                 FutureBuilders
                Ford Britain Trust                                         Garfield Weston Foundation
                Foyle Foundation                                           Greater Nottingham Partnership
                FutureBuilders                                             HBOS – Community Action Programme
                Garfield Weston Foundation                                 Heritage Lottery Fund
                Greater Nottingham Partnership                             Jack Patston Charitable Trust
                Heritage Lottery Fund                                      Joseph Rowntree Foundation
                Joseph Rowntree Foundation                                 Legacy Trust
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership                        Leicestershire Community Foundation
                Linbury Trust                                              Coalfields Regeneration Trust
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                          Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Lincolnshire Enterprise                                    Linbury Trust
                Lloyds TSB Foundation                                      Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Nottingham Building Society's Community Spirit Award       Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation                       Grass Roots
                Paul Hamlyn Foundation                                     Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Peter Harrison Foundation                                  Lloyds TSB Foundation
                Princes Trust                                              Northamptonshire Community Foundation
                Rank Foundation                                            Northamptonshire High Street Sheriff’s Initiative
                SITA Trust                                                 Connexions Small Grants Programme
                Tesco Charity Trust                                        Enterprise
                The Big Lottery Fund                                       Sustain
                Awards for All                                             Grass Roots

                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund                            General Funding Programme
                Trusthouse Charitable Trust                                Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd
                Tudor Trust                                                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                Unltd                                                      Grassroots Grant Programme
                Millenium Awards                                           Comic Relief
                                                                           RTC Fund
                                                                           Dave Heartly
                                                                           Keep Moat Fund
                                                                           Severn Trent Trust Fund
                                                                           SITA Trust
                                                                           Awards for All
                                                                           The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                                                                           Tudor Trust
                                                                           Unltd
                                                                           Millenium Awards
                                                                           Viridor Landfill Communities Fund
                                                                           Waste Recycling Environmental Limited (WREN)
                                                                           Waterway Trust




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                Health                                                     Heritage Lottery Fund
                Allen Lane Foundation                                      Alan Evans Memorial Trust
                Arts Council England                                       Arts Council England
                Baring Foundation                                          Baring Foundation
                BBC Children in Need                                       BBC Children in Need
                Biffaward                                                  Biffaward
                Big Lottery Fund                                           Big Lottery Fund
                Boots Charitable Trust                                     Capacity Builders
                Capacity Builders                                          Charity Bank
                Charity Bank                                               Church Urban Fund
                Church Urban Fund                                          Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                CLA Charitable Trust                                       Bridging the Gap
                Co Op Community Fund                                       Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust                               Comic Relief
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme   Co-operative & Community Finance
                Comic Relief                                               Derbyshire Community Foundation
                Co-operative & Community Finance                           East Midlands Airport Community Fund
                Derbyshire Community Foundation                            English Heritage
                Florence Turner Trust                                      Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
                Football Association Youth Trust                           Florence Turner Trust
                Ford Britain Trust                                         FutureBuilders
                Foyle Foundation                                           Greater Nottingham Partnership
                FutureBuilders                                             Heritage Lottery Fund
                Garfield Weston Foundation                                 Joseph Rowntree Foundation
                Greater Nottingham Partnership                             Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Heritage Lottery Fund                                      Linbury Trust
                Joseph Rowntree Foundation                                 Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Legacy Trust                                               Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership                        Lloyds TSB Foundation
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                          Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd
                Lincolnshire Enterprise                                    Nottingham Building Society's Community Spirit Award
                Lloyds TSB Foundation                                      Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                Nottingham Building Society's Community Spirit Award       Grassroots Grant Programme
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation                       Peter Harrison Foundation
                Comic Relief                                               Pilgrim Trust
                Pilgrim Trust                                              SITA Trust
                The Big Lottery Fund                                       Awards for All
                The Clothworkers' Foundation                               The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund                            Trusthouse Charitable Trust
                Trusthouse Charitable Trust                                Tudor Trust
                Tudor Trust                                                Unltd
                Ulverscroft Foundation                                     Millenium Awards
                Unltd
                Millenium Awards




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                Regeneration                                                     Sport and Physical Activity
                Allen Lane Foundation                                            Arts Council England
                Arts Council England                                             Baring Foundation
                Baring Foundation                                                BBC Children in Need
                BBC Children in Need                                             Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
                Biffaward                                                        Biffaward
                Big Lottery Fund                                                 Big Lottery Fund
                Bingham Trust, The                                               Capacity Builders
                Capacity Builders                                                Charity Bank
                Charity Bank                                                     Church Urban Fund
                Church Urban Fund                                                CLA Charitable Trust
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust                                     Co Op Community Fund
                Bridging the Gap                                                 Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme         Bridging the Gap
                Comic Relief                                                     Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Co-operative & Community Finance                                 Comic Relief
                Derbyshire Community Foundation                                  Co-operative & Community Finance
                FEBA CDFI Loan Fund                                              Derbyshire Community Foundation
                Florence Turner Trust                                            East Midlands Airport Community Fund
                FutureBuilders                                                   Ernest Cook Trust
                Greater Nottingham Partnership                                   Florence Turner Trust
                Help Yourselves                                                  Football Association Youth Trust
                Heritage Lottery Fund                                            Football Foundation
                Joseph Rowntree Foundation                                       Ford Britain Trust
                Leicester Shire Moneyline                                        Foyle Foundation
                Leicestershire Community Foundation                              FutureBuilders
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust                                    Garfield Weston Foundation
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership                              Greater Nottingham Partnership
                Linbury Trust                                                    Heritage Lottery Fund
                Lincolnshire Community Business Development Finance Initiative   Joseph Rowntree Foundation
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                                Legacy Trust
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation                                Leicestershire Community Foundation
                Lincolnshire Enterprise                                          Sport Relief
                Lloyds TSB Foundation                                            Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Connexions Small Grants Programme                                Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd                                  Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation                             Grass Roots
                Grassroots Grant Programme                                       Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Rank Foundation                                                  Lloyds TSB Foundation
                Scarman Trust                                                    National Sports Foundation
                The Big Boost                                                    Northamptonshire Community Foundation
                Tesco Charity Trust                                              Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                The Big Lottery Fund                                             Comic Relief
                Awards for All                                                   Peter Harrison Foundation
                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund                                  Princes Trust
                Trusthouse Charitable Trust                                      SITA Trust

                Tudor Trust                                                      Sport England Community Investment Fund (Lottery Funding)
                Unltd                                                            The Big Lottery Fund
                Millenium Awards                                                 Awards for All
                Viridor Landfill Communities Fund                                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                                                                                 Trusthouse Charitable Trust
                                                                                 Tudor Trust
                                                                                 Unltd
                                                                                 Millenium Awards
                                                                                 Make It Happen




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                Transport
                Allen Lane Foundation
                Arts Council England
                Baring Foundation
                BBC Children in Need
                Big Lottery Fund
                Capacity Builders
                Charity Bank
                Church Urban Fund
                Coalfield Regeneration Trust
                Bridging the Gap
                Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) Main Grant Programme
                Comic Relief
                Co-operative & Community Finance
                Derbyshire Community Foundation
                East Midlands Airport Community Fund
                Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
                FutureBuilders
                Greater Nottingham Partnership
                Heritage Lottery Fund
                Leicestershire Economic Partnership
                Lincolnshire Community Foundation
                Grass Roots
                Lincolnshire Enterprise
                Lloyds TSB Foundation
                Northamptonshire Community Foundation
                Northamptonshire Enterprise Ltd
                Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
                Peter Harrison Foundation
                The Big Lottery Fund
                Awards for All
                The Social Enterprise Loan Fund
                Unltd
                Millenium Awards




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