Funding News - August 2012

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    August 2012


Contents

Success stories ............................................................................................................ 3
   Awards for All ........................................................................................................... 3
      East Sussex .......................................................................................................... 3
      Eastbourne............................................................................................................ 3
      Lewes ................................................................................................................... 3
      Rother ................................................................................................................... 3
      Wealden ................................................................................................................ 3
   Commissioning Grants Prospectus Funding ............................................................. 4
   Sport England – Inspired facilities ............................................................................. 4
   Veolia Environmental Trust ....................................................................................... 5
      Horam Recreation Ground .................................................................................... 5
      St Elisabeth’s Church and Centre for Community, Eastbourne.............................. 5
      Crowborough’s Skate Park .................................................................................... 5
      Ringmer skate park ............................................................................................... 5
Information and Guidance ............................................................................................ 6
   Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE 16 to 24) ................................................. 6
   Arthur Rank Centre - Computers for Rural People .................................................... 6
   Basic mistakes derail half of the applications for funding .......................................... 7
   TheBigGive.org.uk .................................................................................................... 7
   BIG Lottery Fund’s guides on engaging men in projects ........................................... 8
   B&Q Waste Donation Scheme .................................................................................. 8
   Breaks4kids - YHA.................................................................................................... 8
   East Sussex in Figures (ESiF) – new 2011 Census data .......................................... 9
   The Funding Network ............................................................................................. 10
   In Kind Direct .......................................................................................................... 10
   Major donors are deterred if they don't receive thanks ............................................ 11
   Microsoft Britain Works ........................................................................................... 11
   Sport England - Community Sport Asset Transfer Toolkit ....................................... 12
Training ...................................................................................................................... 13
   Sportivate Year 3 launch and more… ..................................................................... 13
Awards ....................................................................................................................... 15
   International Green Awards .................................................................................... 15
   Mars Refuel Drink Fund Awards ............................................................................. 16
   Waste Reduction Challenge Prize .......................................................................... 16
   Volvo Eco Adventure Awards ................................................................................. 16
Government ............................................................................................................... 18
   Education Endowment Fund (EEF)......................................................................... 18
   Community Right to Challenge Grant Programme – Pre-Feasibility Grants ............ 18
   Community Right to Challenge Grant Programme - Feasibility Grants .................... 19
   The Facilitation Fund .............................................................................................. 20
   Social Incubator Fund ............................................................................................. 21
   Your choice 2012 – East Sussex ............................................................................ 22
   The 2012 Legacy Wealden Sport and Activity Grants Scheme ............................... 23
Lottery ........................................................................................................................ 25
   Assist ...................................................................................................................... 25
   BIG - Heroes Return 2 ............................................................................................ 26
   BIG - International Communities ............................................................................. 26
   Heritage Lottery Fund’s new Strategic Framework.................................................. 27
   Sport England - Improvement Fund ........................................................................ 28
   Sport England - Small Grant Scheme ..................................................................... 29
Trusts and Foundations.............................................................................................. 30
   Allen Lane Foundation ............................................................................................ 30
   Boost Charitable Trust ............................................................................................ 30
   British Film Institute (BFI)........................................................................................ 31
   Cash 4 Clubs .......................................................................................................... 31
   Churchcare ............................................................................................................. 32
   Church Urban Fund - Mustard Seed Programme .................................................... 33
   EDF Energy - Green Fund ...................................................................................... 33
   Esmee Fairbairn Foundation - Main Fund ............................................................... 34
   Equitable Charitable Trust ...................................................................................... 34
   Funding to develop digital tools to support young people’s mental health ............... 35
   Grants for Scouting groups ..................................................................................... 37
   Joseph Rowntree Foundation - R&D Programme ................................................... 37
   LankellyChase Foundation ..................................................................................... 38
   Live UnLtd .............................................................................................................. 39
   Lloyds TSB Foundation - Older People Programme ............................................... 39
   The Radcliffe Trust - Heritage and Crafts................................................................ 40
   Theatres Protection Fund ....................................................................................... 41
   Tudor Trust ............................................................................................................. 41
   Tycoon in Schools .................................................................................................. 43
International ............................................................................................................... 44
   Combating Hate Speech On-line ............................................................................ 44
   Lifelong Learning Programme ................................................................................. 44
   MEDIA Mundus ...................................................................................................... 45
Funding Diary ............................................................................................................. 47

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Success stories
Awards for All
East Sussex
Dravet Syndrome UK                                                          £9,296
This organisation will use funding to develop further their annual conference for
families affected by Dravet Syndrome. This will now enable parents to obtain
information and advice regarding the condition, with the opportunity to discuss day to
day issues that affect them, with professionals who specialise in the condition.


Eastbourne
Pashley Down Infant School                                                   £9,180
This school will use the funding to make, on their school playground which backs onto
a special school playground, a shared outdoor area with a variety of outdoor musical
instruments for use by children at the schools. This will enable opportunities for
children to engage in positive play and aid interaction of mainstream and SEN
children.


Lewes
Making a Difference Seaford Primary School PTA                               £5,229
The PTA will use the funding to deliver various activities such as travelling assembly,
junior road safety officers, walk to school weeks and provide road safety awareness
publicity material for the benefit of the community. This will enable the community to
come to together to raise awareness about the dangers that careless driving and
parking can cause to pedestrians.


Rother
Friends of Mark Cross School                                                £9,550
This organisation will use the funding to host a week long community celebration event
in support of the Olympics 2012 with activities including gymnastics, Chinese ribbon
dancing and basketball juggling taking place. This will enable members of the
community to participate in new activities that will help increase their community spirit
and improve their health and wellbeing.


Wealden
Ripe and Chalvington Village Hall                                           £5,280
This organisation will use the funding to purchase and install AV equipment such as a
projector, screen and wall-mounted speakers at the village hall. This will provide local
community groups that use the facilities with equipment that can be used for
presentations and to enhance their activities.

Heathfield Village Institute and Goward Hall                                 £8,383
This organisation will use the funding to undertake essential timber preservation
treatment to the roof trusses and install insulation. This will ensure the continued use
of the village resources used as the base for multiple community groups and activities.




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Fairwarp Village Hall                                                         £10,000
This organisation will use funding to build a storage extension on their village hall. This
will enable community groups to safely and securely store their equipment, along with
freeing up a meeting room, which will allow further activities to take place at the village
hall.

www.awardsforall.org.uk



Commissioning Grants Prospectus Funding
In July 2012, the County Council and local NHS funded over £7 million through 22
grants to 13 organisations to improve the health, social care and wellbeing of local
children, families and adults over the next three years. Local service users and carers
played a key role in evaluating bids.

With investment of up to £8 million available, 76 applications were received for more
than £24 million of funding.

These new activities, and opportunities for volunteering, will start in most cases from 1
October 2012.

For a list of approved projects, please visit:
http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/socialcare/providers/funding/cgp/default.htm



Sport England – Inspired facilities
377 community sports groups recently secured a share of over £19 million of Olympic
legacy funding. The announcement comes after new figures showed more people than
ever are playing sport every week.

The National Lottery investment comes from the Inspired Facilities Fund – part of
Sport England’s Places People Play Olympic and Paralympic legacy programme. All
the facilities will carry the London 2012 Inspire mark – celebrating the link to the
Games.

Responding to strong demand from sports clubs, the budget for the latest round of
Inspired Facilities has been doubled – an increase made possible by an increase of
£15 million to Sport England’s Olympic legacy programme thanks to strong sales of
lottery tickets.

In East Sussex two projects were approved:

Robertsbridge Community College An award of £150,000 will contribute towards a
new dual use sports hall with changing areas and a reception office area, all with
disability access.

Chailey Sports Club will be receiving £50,000 to upgrade the facilities. The funding
will be used to demolish the existing pavilion and construct a new two changing room
pavilion with showers and toilet facilities, officials changing room, a common room and
kitchen, a disabled toilet and an equipment store.

http://www.sportengland.org/about_us/our_news/olympic_legacy_boost.aspx


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Veolia Environmental Trust
Horam Recreation Ground
Approved in May 2012 - £55,000 towards improvement of the football pitches. The
work improved drainage throughout the grounds, putting an end to the pitches’
previously regular waterlogged state.

It took three years to fundraise for the project, with funding coming from several
organisations including Broadoak and Horam Junior Football Club, Wealden District
Council, Horam Parish Council and The Veolia Environmental Trust who awarded their
grant through the Landfill Communities Fund. The project also received a funding
boost of £20,000 from the Football Foundation.

St Elisabeth’s Church and Centre for Community, Eastbourne
Approved in March 2012 - The £167,000 project began in August 2011 and has
created a new step-free entrance to the hall, foyer and installed a lift to provide
disabled access throughout the building. The lift provides members of the community,
who have difficulty using the steep 1930s Art Deco stairs, access to community rooms
and new mini conference-suite located on the building’s two upper floors.

Funding for the work has come from several sources, including fundraising events and
donations from church members, as well as grants from; the Garfield Weston Trust,
Rank Trust, Laing Family Trust, Everyclick, and Dell Computers. The Veolia
Environmental Trust also awarded a grant of £48,300 through the Landfill
Communities Fund.

Crowborough’s Skate Park
Approved in December 2011 - The Jarvis Brook Community Association, with support
coming from Crowborough Town Council, spearheaded the £60,000 project. Funding
came from Wealden District Council and The Veolia Environmental Trust, who
awarded a grant of £40,000 through the Landfill Communities Fund.

The skate bowl was installed as part of the community association and council’s vision
to completely regenerate and develop the recreation ground’s facilities to bring the site
up to date and ensure that the provision is inclusive and benefits the whole community.
There has also been work done to install a new playground, a multi-use games area, a
youth shelter, and a sensory garden.


Ringmer skate park
Work recently started on a revamp of the skate park on the Anchor Field Recreation
Ground, Ringmer. The project will cost in the region of £26,000 and has been
commissioned by Ringmer Parish Council.

The current skate park was built in the 1990s and, although it has served the
community well, it has gradually deteriorated. To keep up with the changes in the type
of wheeled-sports equipment people are using, and with facilities elsewhere, the parish
council is extending and upgrading the park.

Funding for the work is coming from developers’ contributions, the Police Property
Fund and from The Veolia Environmental Trust which has awarded a grant of £10,550
through the Landfill Communities Fund.

http://www.veoliatrust.org/


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Information and Guidance
Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE 16 to 24)
The AGE 16 to 24 is aimed at helping eligible employers to offer young people
employment through the Apprenticeship programme, by providing wage grants to
assist them in recruiting their first apprentice.

The National Apprenticeship Service is committed to working closely with strategic
partners including AoC, AELP, colleges and training providers across the country to
deliver their ambition for the AGE 16 to 24.

The National Apprenticeship Service will provide up to 40,000 Apprenticeship Grants
to small medium size employers recruiting 16 to 24 year olds with a value of £1,500, to
encourage new employers to take on new 16 to 24 year old apprentices.

Priority will be given to small-medium size employers with less than 50 employees and
they expect to support at least 20,000 of these to recruit an apprentice for the first
time.

The National Apprenticeship Service can support a further 20,000 employers with up
to 250 employees who are recruiting their first apprentice.

The AGE 16 to 24 is available from 1 February 2012 until March 2013 for eligible
employers who are able to offer a job opportunity to a 16 to 24 year old recruited as an
apprentice. Funding started from 1 April 2012.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Contact: Local Skills Funding Agency - see website for details

www.apprenticeships.org.uk/Partners/Policy/AGE-1624.aspx



Arthur Rank Centre - Computers for Rural People
Living in a rural area means spending time and money travelling about to get things
done. E-mail and Internet provide opportunities, yet computers are usually expensive
items, and few people want to buy one “just to see if one day it might be useful”.

The Arthur Rank Centre is committed to supporting the rural community, and has set
up the “Computers for Rural People” scheme to provide computers at very low cost to
encourage people to take the first step.

You are eligible:

   If you are retired or approaching retirement, and have seen how your own
    computer could enrich your life
   If you are a really busy person, and find that organising things by telephone and
    letter are just too slow
   If you have children at school, and want them to be able to keep up with their work




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At a really low price you can have a computer of your own, pre-loaded with Microsoft
software, and delivered to your door, to get you started.

The Arthur Rank Centre has made an arrangement with the global charity Oasis, to
supply re-furbished computers at charity prices.

You are asked to make a voluntary donation of £12 minimum to the Arthur Rank
Centre to cover costs and help the charity's charitable work.

www.ruralchurch.org.uk/communities-and-farming/computers-for-rural-people
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Basic mistakes derail half of the applications for funding
Too many applications are missing essential information or are ineligible, fundraisers
have been warned. Up to 50 per cent of applications by charities to major funders fail
because they are missing information or do not meet application guidelines,
convention delegates heard yesterday.

At a recent conference, Sam Dixon, trusts and foundations manager at the charity
Missing People, said charities were making obvious mistakes such as putting forward
projects that were outside funders’ stated concerns.

According to Dixon, a third of applications to BBC Children In Need failed because of
technical mistakes or ineligibility. She said half of applications to the Big Lottery Fund’s
Awards for All scheme were missing essential information and half the applications
received by the John Ellerman Foundation were outside its guidelines.

But she said charities could be creative in making their projects fit the stated outcomes
of big funders such as government departments, Comic Relief and the Social Action
Fund.

Dixon said Missing People was now 18 months into a £500,000 grant from the Big
Lottery Fund after she spoke to the charity’s services team and got their input for the
proposal.

Louise Farnell, director and founder of Capidale Consulting, said partnerships between
charities were important in winning large funding pots – the Big Lottery Fund had said
that only partnerships would be able to receive the largest grants, she said.



TheBigGive.org.uk
The Big Give website is designed to help donors of all sizes find and support charitable
causes in their field of interest.

The Big Give features over 7,000 charities working all over the world. You can find
new projects to support, and make your donation go further with the Double Your
Donation challenges. You can also promote giving to the next generation of
philanthropists, or leave a legacy to any charity on the website.




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The Big Give is free to all users thanks to the generous support of the Reed
Foundation. To register or explore the full range of services on offer, visit Website:
www.thebiggive.org.uk/

Source Fit4Funding




BIG Lottery Fund’s guides on engaging men in projects
BIG funds a wide range of programmes and projects that are open to all. But they have
noted that many of these attract fewer men than women, despite the fact that some of
these projects address issues that tend to affect men more acutely.

They are committed to promoting equality and so are keen to find out more about why
this is the case and how they can help to address men’s needs more effectively.

They commissioned the Young Foundation to investigate this, in particular to identify
patterns and reasons for variations in male involvement, and to suggest ways that
projects can attract and retain men.

In their new publication “Invisible Men: Engaging more men in social projects”, the
Young Foundation has looked at the barriers that exist which prevent men from taking
part in projects and how to overcome these difficulties to ensure effective engagement.

BIG has also created a good practice guide written to introduce groups to ideas about
how to ensure that their services take account of men’s needs and so to attract more
men.

http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/index/evaluationandresearch-
uk/learning_themes/er_better_funding/er_engaging_men.htm



B&Q Waste Donation Scheme
Every B&Q store is striving to be a 'good neighbour' by forming partnerships within its
local community. B&Q operates a waste donation scheme through all stores. This
scheme allows donation of waste materials, for example slightly damaged tins of paint,
off-cuts of timber, odd rolls of wallpaper and end of range materials, to community
groups, charities and schools.

The waste donation scheme is co-ordinated in store either by the environmental
champion, duty or Warehouse manager who will keep a Waste Donation Form on file
for interested groups.

www.diy.com/diy/jsp/corporate/content/environment_ethics/ethics/community/waste_d
onation.jsp



Breaks4kids - YHA
Breaks 4 Kids is a charitable fund, founded and supported by YHA (Youth Hostel
Association). They help to fund youth group and school trips for children from low
income households, by contributing up to 50% of the cost of their YHA accommodation



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and food. This gives children who would otherwise be left behind, the chance to be
included in the trip with the rest of their group.

Residential trips and activities allow children to expand their horizons, build their
confidence and self-esteem, and develop important skills in communication and team
building. They believe that all children should have the opportunity to experience
learning beyond their classroom, allowing them to appreciate the countryside and the
cultural value of our towns and cities.

Applications can be submitted at any time (but make sure it is at least 8 weeks before
your trip).

Tel: 01629 592700

E-mail: customerservices@yha.org.uk

www.breaks4kids.co.uk/schools-and-groups/index.aspx
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East Sussex in Figures (ESiF) – new 2011 Census data
ESiF is a web-based information system providing up- to -date and reliable information
from census, surveys and other data sources, covering a wide range of topics
including health, skills and education, household income and poverty statistics.
Information is provided free of charge, and ESiF lets you specify exactly what data you
want to see (for the places and time periods you are interested in) and how you want
to view it (as a table, chart or map).

Quoting data about your local area in grant applications is a powerful way to make
your case to a funder, so it is good news some of the 2011 Census data for East
Sussex is already available on the East Sussex in Figures website.

This is the first of a phased release of data from the Office for National Statistics
(ONS). This first phase provides household and population estimates by age and
gender for 2011 at district level.

Visit ESiF for headline results and a briefing paper written by the Research and
Information Team. You will also find detailed information about future planned
releases of census data, 2011 Census Prospectus and the 2011 Census Geography
prospectus, plus the latest edition of Focus on East Sussex, providing data and
analysis of key trends across the county.

For further information about this data and training available, contact Maura Badoni on
01273 482152 or e-mail maura.badoni@eastsussex.gov.uk. For more information
about other census outputs, contact Helen Joslin-Allen on 01273 481346 or e-mail
helen.joslin-allen@eastsussex.gov.uk

http://www.eastsussexinfigures.org.uk/webview/welcome.html




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The Funding Network
The Funding Network (TFN) enables individuals to join together to fund social change
projects. They have raised well over £2 million for over 350 diverse local, national and
international projects, through TFN Groups in London, the South West, Leeds, Oxford,
Johannesburg and Toronto and through Youth TFN (YTFN) in London.

The Funding Network brings people together to:

   act as a 'marketplace' to which individuals can bring projects which work towards a
    fairer, healthier, and more sustainable world
   provide a mutually respectful setting where those who might like to join with others
    in funding such projects get to meet and hear those doing the work
   promote a paradigm of social change giving: that those who have much can
    usefully share their wealth in creative and proactive ways, and that the process of
    giving can be enriching to the giver as well as to the receiver

Tel: 0845 313 8449

E-mail: info@thefundingnetwork.org.uk

http://www.thefundingnetwork.org.uk
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In Kind Direct
Have you ever thought how much it would help if you could find a cheaper source of
the goods you use in the course of your work? Whether it’s the office equipment and
supplies to run your own office or the myriad things you provide for the people you
serve, In Kind Direct can be an invaluable resource.

To join their network you don’t need to be a registered charity; you just need to be a
not-for-profit organisation or social business. If you qualify then many of the goods you
require can be obtained at very low cost, thanks to the generosity of hundreds of
manufacturers and retailers which donate goods to In Kind Direct.

All you pay for each pack of goods is the handling fee, which contributes to the costs
of collecting, warehousing and delivering the goods to your door. On average this
works out at around 10 - 15% of the actual value.

To join In Kind Direct you must be a registered charity or a constituted non profit
organisation based in the UK.

If your organisational objectives are to distribute goods to other charities or voluntary
organisations please call their charity team Tel: 020 7398 5559 before completing the
online registration form for more details.

Tel: 020 7398 5510 Fax: 020 7398 5544

E-mail: info@inkinddirect.org

http://www.inkinddirect.org/receive/join_now
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Major donors are deterred if they don't receive thanks
Major philanthropists have been put off making repeat donations to some charities
because they felt they had been ungrateful for gifts they had received previously, a
session heard yesterday.

At a recent conference, three major givers explained why they gave money and what
they thought about charities that had approached them for cash.

Fred Mulder, an art dealer originally from Canada, donates money through the
Funding Network, a Dragons’ Den-style forum he founded for charities to pitch for
funding. He told delegates: "There’s been a number of times when I’ve not been
thanked early enough or at all."

His remarks were echoed by Simon Weil, a senior lawyer at the law firm Bircham
Dyson Bell, who is a trustee of the Handel House Museum in London.

Weil praised the work of charities in adapting to the changing needs of beneficiaries
and "firing people up" to support good causes. But he said they could display more
empathy towards donors.

Leslie Morgan, owner and managing director of Durbin, an international
pharmaceutical wholesale company, has helped to donate to charities £20m worth of
products reaching the end of their shelf lives.

He said he had previously been put off from giving to charities that failed to
acknowledge his donations in a timely fashion.

"I need to see receipts from charities when I make donations to them," said Morgan.
"One charity took several months to send a receipt, even though I had asked it for one
on numerous occasions. I did not support it again."



Microsoft Britain Works
Microsoft is focusing its community investment work on providing access to IT skills for
the UK. With currently 77% of all jobs requiring some form of computer skills, they
recognise the importance of IT skills in bridging the digital divide and enabling
employment opportunities for all. This has led to them launching the Britain Works
Initiative to help 500,000 people into employment by giving them access to vital IT
skills over the next 3 years.

A major component of Britain Works is their NGO Programme which provides
resources and connects UK registered charities working in the employability arena.
Any registered UK charity with an employability programme is eligible to apply to the
programme, where you will have, access to a variety of benefits to enable you to help
more of your beneficiaries into employment through IT skills.

To register your interest, please e-mail: britwork@microsoft.com and an application
form will be emailed to you to complete your registration. Applications can be
submitted at any time.

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/britainworks/ngo.aspx

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Sport England - Community Sport Asset Transfer Toolkit
Asset transfer involves the transfer of the ownership of land or buildings from
government organisations such as local authorities to community groups such as local
sports clubs and trusts, often at a discounted price provided there is a benefit to the
local community.

The Community Sport Asset Transfer Toolkit is a bespoke, interactive web based tool
that provides a step by step guide through each stage of the asset transfer process.
Asset transfer is a complex area and can often be a daunting task for a sports club to
undertake, especially those run mainly by volunteers. Developed in partnership with
Locality - the UK’s leading network for community-led organisations - the toolkit aims
to make the process as accessible as possible by providing step by step information,
resources and case studies.

To access the toolkit please visit:
www.sportengland.org/support__advice/asset_transfer.aspx




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Training
Sportivate Year 3 launch and more…
You are warmly invited to the launch of Sportivate Year 3 and more on Tuesday 11
September at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath. Not only will this be an opportunity to find
out about funding available for Year 3 projects, application processes and any
changes to the criteria, but they will have several organisations delivering workshops
on areas directly linked to supporting the development of Sportivate projects and exit
routes.

They will also be launching their Sportivate ‘Introduction to…’ Vimeo Channel and
additions to the programme locally, such as Participant incentive, Mentoring
opportunities and Sportivate Ambassadors Scheme will be highlighted.

John Merne, Children and Young People Regional Links Officer for Sport England will
be on hand to highlight National progress and relevant information about the Legacy
Programme moving forward.

The following partners will be facilitating the workshops, and you will move around to
visit each one:

Club Leaders Learning Bus - http://www.sportenglandclubleaders.com/learning-
bus/home/

Paul Jarvis from Street Games - http://www.streetgames.org/www/

Representative from Sported - http://www.sported.org.uk/about-us

Lee Ward from KKP (Knight, Kavanagh & Page who are a Sport England framework
partner) on Clubmark and Community Club Development Programme (CCDP) -
http://www.clubmark.org.uk/

Active Sussex Staff- highlighting links to Coach Sussex Bursary Scheme, Sport
Makers and new Education and Club links support.

Times: There will be two sessions on the 11th, and although they have provided 2
sessions to provide a more available time for volunteers, sessions aren’t restricted.
Please register for the session convenient to you.

Session 1: 2pm start – mainly aimed at partners such as Local Authorities, Educational
establishments, NGBs, Youth Organisations, Facility Operators etc.

Session 2: 6pm start – for clubs, coaches and volunteers who may be unavailable
during daytime hours.

Food and refreshments: Available at the beginning of both sessions, with some time
to network with other attendees before the presentations kick off.

To book your space, please complete the Survey Monkey link
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SportivateYear3 . Spaces are limited to 50 at each
session. They will be in touch to confirm your space or if it is fully booked, inform you if
there is space on the alternative session.


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Gemma Finlay, Sports Development Manager

Tel: 01273 643838, Fax: 01273 644102

gfinlay@activesussex.org | http://www.activesussex.org




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Awards
International Green Awards
The International Green Awards are designed to recognise strategies that use
creativity in an engaging and effective manner, leading to sustainable outcomes. The
sponsors wish to showcase influencers, leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators in
identifying worldwide sustainability success stories that inspire and motivate others.
The programme will reward organisations for their overall holistic sustainability strategy
and empowering vision.

Direct entry categories for the 2012 awards are as follows:

   Most Sustainable Large Corporate
   Most Sustainable Medium Business
   Most Sustainable Small Business
   Most Sustainable NGO
   Most Sustainable Government
   Most Sustainable Educational Institution

Winners will receive an award to commemorate their success. Benefits of winning
include associated publicity and PR as well as the kudos of being named the winning
organisation under one of the above categories.

As part of the process, entrants will also benefit from a free sustainability review and
feedback on the entry outlining current strengths and future areas of opportunity.
Businesses, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), government bodies and
educational institutions and individuals located anywhere in the world are eligible to
enter.

Entrants will be required to answer a questionnaire with questions related to eight
sustainability indicators. The eight sustainability indicators are as below:

   Resources
   Energy
   Water
   Waste
   Supply Chain
   Carbon
   Transport
   Social Impact

Full terms and conditions will be provided upon application.

Tel: 0207 877 0631

E-mail: info@greenawards.com

http://www.greenawards.com/

The 2012 deadline for receipt of entries is 23 August 2012




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Mars Refuel Drink Fund Awards
The aim of the fund is to encourage people to play their favourite sport for longer and it
is giving away one gold (£1000), four silver (£500) and eight bronze (£250) awards
each month until September 2012. Sports clubs and individuals can apply to the fund;
previous winners have used their awards for a variety of purposes including
equipment, kit, training, coach development, travel costs, taster sessions. Applicants
must be over 12 years of age.

Application is made via a link on the website.

The deadline is 31st August 2012

www.marsrefuel.com/refuel-fund/
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Waste Reduction Challenge Prize
NESTA has launched the Waste Reduction Challenge Prize to help encourage new
innovations that achieve a measureable reduction in waste, by providing new
opportunities for communities to come together to give time, skills and resources.

All organisations, across all sectors are eligible to apply for funding provided that the
benefits of the proposal focus primarily or significantly on England.

Up to 25 shortlisted entries will be required to submit a detailed plan in October 2012
and around five of these entries will be selected as finalists.

Finalists will receive funding of up to £10,000 and support to set up and test their
projects over a period of six months. The testing period will be February to August
2013.

To apply visit: http://bit.ly/QfhROE

Tel: 020 7438 2500

The deadline for online entries is 14 September 2012.



Volvo Eco Adventure Awards
The Volvo Eco Adventure Awards is a joint project between AB Volvo and Volvo Car
Corporation that works in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme
(UNEP), which rewards groups of young people aged between 13 to 16 years who
engage in environmental activities and projects within their local community.

Projects will be published on the website. The top projects are invited to the awards
event in Sweden. At the event, the best projects will be awarded:

   1st prize - US $10,000
   2nd prize - US $6,000
   3rd prize - US $4,000




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Teams will be provided with support which includes the following:

   Monthly updates
   An interactive environment journey
   Access to educational expertise
   Documents and activities to help start projects

Although there are no specific exclusions cited in the scheme's guidelines, potential
applicants are advised to contact the sponsoring body to ensure projects meet the
scheme's eligibility criteria.

To enter the Volvo Adventure Award online, applicants are required to register at the
website address given below, before an application form may be submitted.
Alternatively, the form may be downloaded and returned by post.

http://www.volvoadventure.org/int_project_judgingcriteria.aspx

The deadline is 31st January 2013.

E-mail: info@volvoadventure.org

http://www.volvoadventure.org/home.aspx




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Government
Education Endowment Fund (EEF)
The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) fund has been provided an extra £10
million by the Department for Education (DfE) for a specific grants round to fund
academic catch-up projects for disadvantaged pupils during the transition from primary
to secondary school.

Funds will be awarded through a competitive process targeted at pupils who attract the
pupil premium (that is, pupils who have been eligible for Free School Meals at any
point in the last six years or who have been looked after in public care continuously for
at least six months) who are below Level 4 in English at the end of Key Stage 2. The
primary focus will be on children struggling with literacy, though the EEF will also
consider some projects which focus on mathematics.

This additional funding comes as part of the Government’s aim to narrow the
attainment gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers.
Eligible applicants include:

   Educational institutions (primary schools, secondary schools, sixth form and further
    education colleges and universities)
   Not-for-profit organisations
   Community and voluntary groups
   Social enterprises
   Local Authorities
   National agencies
   Registered charities

The smallest grant is likely to be around £50,000 per year. Projects that benefit
students in fewer than five schools are unlikely to be funded.

Applications may be submitted at any time, but they will be considered at specific
points in the year.

   The deadline for applications to the Transition Catch Up Round is 25 September
    2012.

   The next application review point is 5 October 2012 (5pm).

Link to guidelines: http://educationendowmentfoundation.com/

E-mail: eef@suttontrust.com

http://www.suttontrust.com/eef/



Community Right to Challenge Grant Programme – Pre-
Feasibility Grants
The Community Right to Challenge Grants Programme aims to support organisations
that can show they have the potential to compete for public service delivery contracts.


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Grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 are available to help organisations build
internal capacity. Applications can be made at any time.

To be eligible, organisations must be based and working in England, be a relevant
body within Section 81 of the Localism Act and have a valid reference number from the
Community Rights Advice Line.

Priority will be given to small local organisations that are looking to build capacity and
capability to deliver public service contracts.

Applications can be made at any time by e-mail until funds are fully committed within
each financial year of the programme. They will be acknowledged with 10 working
days and will then be assessed by the Investment Team Panel; successful applicants
will receive an offer letter.

Link to guidelines: http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/our-
funds/communityrights/apply/

Organisations must contact the My Community Rights Advice Service before
submitting an application to discuss their proposal and receive an advice service
reference number.

Tel: 0191 269 2276

E-mail: info@thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org

http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/



Community Right to Challenge Grant Programme - Feasibility
Grants
The £10.5 million Community Right to Challenge Grants Programme aims to empower
local community organisations to take over local services that they can run more
effectively.

Feasibility grants of between £10,000 and £100,000 are available to help organisations
prepare an Expression of Interest or compete in a procurement process for a specific
service opportunity. Applications can be made at any time.

To be eligible, organisations must be based and working in England, be a relevant
body within Section 81 of the Localism Act and have a valid reference number from the
Community Rights Advice Line.

Priority will be given to small local organisations that are looking to build capacity and
capability to deliver public service contracts.

Organisations must contact the My Community Rights Advice Service before
submitting an application to discuss their proposal and receive an advice service
reference number. The fund will only accept applications that have been referred to
them by the Community Rights Advice Service.

Applications should be submitted by e-mail and will be acknowledged with 10 working
days.


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Applications will be assessed by the Investment Team Panel; successful applicants
will receive an offer letter.

The following will need to be included with every completed application form:

   Latest three years audited accounts
   Latest management accounts
   Business plan document relating to the proposal
   Written evidence of the accepted Expression of Interest (if applicable)
   Completed Contract Readiness Checker

Applications can be submitted at any time

http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/our-funds/communityrights/guidance/

Tel: 0191 269 2276

E-mail: info@thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org

http://www.thesocialinvestmentbusiness.org/



The Facilitation Fund
The Facilitation Fund is provided by and administered by the Office for Disability
Issues as part of the Strengthening Disabled People’s User-Led Organisations
(DPULOs) Programme which was established in May 2011. Some £3 million will be
invested in the programme over a four-year period.

The Facilitation Fund is designed for DPULOs in England to bid for modest amounts of
money to fund specific projects. The fund aims to improve sustainability, and DPULOs
are welcome to use it creatively.

Funding is intended to support achieving independent living for disabled people across
all aspects of their lives. This includes (but not limited to) a range of policy sectors in
which DPULOs do or could operate, including:

   Health
   Employment
   Education
   Social care
   Welfare
   Social justice
   Transport
   Culture

DPULOs at a range of different points on their journeys towards sustainability,
supporting them to reach the next stage of their development, whatever that stage may
be. Different ways in which work can be delivered, such as peer-led models and time
banking.

A range of levels of innovation in the activities funded.




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Maximising other resources (financial and non-financial) that can be drawn on in order
to encourage the sustainability of DPULOs.

http://odi.dwp.gov.uk/odi-projects/user-led-organisations.php



Social Incubator Fund
The Social Incubator Fund aims to help drive a robust pipeline of start-up social
ventures into the social investment market, by increasing focus on incubation support,
and attracting new incubators into the market. The funding comes from the Office for
Civil Society (OCS) and is part of the Investment Readiness Programme to support
social ventures, it is managed by the BIG Fund (non-lottery arm of the BIG Lottery).

The Fund will also increase the finance available at early stages of enterprise where
the financial return is too low and/or the financial risk is too high for Big Society Capital
and other investors. Social incubators are expected to offer a portfolio of intensive
support over a time-limited period and to each have the capacity to help at least 50
social ventures over the life of the project.

Established social incubators that are based and operating primarily in England are
eligible to apply for funding that will help them to provide investment and support to
early stage social ventures.

Social incubators are expected to offer a portfolio of intensive support over a time-
limited period and to each have the capacity to help at least 50 social ventures over
the life of the project.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate that their project will help achieve at least the
first two of the following outcomes:

   Improved quality and quantity of early stage social ventures going on to seek
    financial support from the Investment and Contract Readiness Fund and/or social
    investment intermediaries.

   Improved signposting between social investment intermediaries for early stage
    social ventures, particularly to enable them to secure further investment if
    appropriate.
   Increased numbers of social investors making investments into early stage social
    ventures.

There are two elements to the funding available, and applicants are expected to apply
for both:

   Between £50,000 and £250,000 per year towards operating costs for up to four
    years
   Between £100,000 and £750,000 per year to contribute to an investment book,
    which is to be invested within two years

The maximum total amount that can be applied for is £1.5 million.

Established social incubators that are based and operating primarily in England are
eligible to apply. Organisations must:



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   Be able to demonstrate at least 12 months’ experience of providing social ventures
    with start up support and investment
   Be able to provide information on: how long the organisation has been running;
    how many social ventures the organisation has supported to date; what regulatory
    approvals the organisation has (particularly for distributing funds); details of the
    organisation's approach to providing support to social ventures in cohorts.

Incubators do not need to restrict themselves to accelerating not-for-profit social
ventures. Incubators that support profit distributing entities who deliver social impact
are also welcome to apply.

Link to guidelines: http://bit.ly/MYMZ2x

Application forms are available to download from the BIG website and should be
returned by e-mail.

Tel: 0845 4 10 20 30

E-mail: socialincubator@biglotteryfund.org.uk

http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/index

The deadline for applications is 21 September 2012 (12 noon).

Subsequent rounds of this fund are expected to launch in 2013 and 2014. These
rounds will be open to applications from newer social incubators. Organisations that
are interested in applying to these future rounds will need to attend a briefing event.
For more details and to register an interest, organisations should e-mail
socialincubator@biglotteryfund.org.uk


Your choice 2012 – East Sussex
Your choice is a grant initiative using money taken from prosecuted loan sharks in
England. The scheme is administered by the Illegal Money Lending Team.

Local groups are invited to submit applications, outlining creative projects they would
like to carry out in their community to help prevent people falling victim to loan sharks
and to raise awareness of the team. Groups are welcome to submit as many
applications as they like with different project ideas. One group will be awarded £700
to carry out their project.

Your project must do some or ideally all of the following:

   Contribute to raising the awareness of the dangers of using loan sharks
   Promote legal, affordable credit options to prevent people from using loan sharks
   Promote financial management/budgeting to prevent people from using loan
    sharks
   Prevent crime and disorder whilst promoting the stop loan sharks messages

Money can be spent on:

   Staff time or any other staff or volunteer costs
   Crèches for children (for example, whilst parents attend an event)
   Generic ‘fees’


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   Any presentation or training because the Illegal Money Lending team already
    provide this free of charge to any organisation.

The Illegal Money Lending Team welcomes Creativity and innovation. So if you can
think of something a little different which stands out from the crowd and/or helps reach
the people who need to hear about loan sharks the most then they want to hear from
you. Groups interested in applying are welcome to call the team about their project
before the submission date.

Previously funded project ideas (which you are welcome to replicate):

   A play about loan sharks delivered on a deprived estate
   A schools competition to design a mug, that was then given to debt-advice
    agencies as a reminder of the stop loan sharks hotline
   Poetry and short story competitions that were printed and shared with other
    organisations
   An incentive to become a Credit Union member on a deprived estate where people
    were encouraged to save £4 for ten weeks and they got a £10 bonus
   An advice booklet specifically for families of prisoners, launched at a family
    awareness event at the prison

Deadlines:

   Application deadline: 5pm on Friday 24th August 2012.
   Winner announced Friday 31st August.
   One month after your project completion, you will be asked for an evaluation of
    your project.
   The deadline for the money to be spent is 31st December 2012

For Application form/ guidance, contact: Jo Clarke, The Illegal Money Lending Team

E-mail: joanne.clarke@birmingham.gov.uk

Tel: 07833 059 28



The 2012 Legacy Wealden Sport and Activity Grants Scheme
The 2012 Legacy Wealden Sport and Activity Grants Scheme aims to help everyone in
Wealden make the most of the 2012 Games, and has been linked to the Olympic
values of friendship and respect, bringing people together, and promoting healthy
activity and well-being.

Groups can apply for sports and activity grants of £200 - £1000 for costs such as
sporting equipment, coaching qualifications/training costs or for a particular project
taking place on top of your usual activities. It can also be used for project-linked costs
incurred during November - March 2013. Match funding is NOT required, and you do
not need to be a sports organisation to apply.

The closing date is noon on Friday 7th September. Awards will be given at a ceremony
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The Wealden District Council Volunteer Awards Scheme aims to support, recognise
and encourage volunteering in the Wealden area, which is so important to the health
and well-being of the community as well as the individual volunteer.

A £100 donation will be made to the nominating organisation and £25 in gift vouchers
will be given to each winning volunteer. Nominations can be made by another
volunteer, employee or a service user of a voluntary organisation or community group
for the following categories:

   Community Volunteer Hero
   Outstanding Community Achievement Through Volunteer Hours
   Young Volunteer of the Year
   Trustee of the Year

Further details and eligibility criteria, their online forms, and pdf and Word versions of
the application forms for both schemes, can be found on the link below:

http://www.wealden.gov.uk/Wealden/Health_Community_and_Advice/Community/Gra
nt_Funding/PHCS_Volunteer_Awards_Scheme.aspx

Please note that the Volunteer Awards Scheme is completely separate to the Wealden
Community Grants Scheme. Applications are scored independently and any eligible
group can apply to both schemes.

For further information on either scheme please contact

Michelle Eldridge, Community Grant Funding & Voluntary Sector Support Officer
Community Services, Wealden District Council
communitygrants@wealden.gov.uk
01323 443520




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Lottery
Assist
The Assist programme will help local and specialist infrastructure organisations to be
more efficient, effective and sustainable. This in turn helps organisations on the
frontline get the support they need to adapt to the current and future operating
environment.

This £6 million Assist programme is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and delivered by
NCVO.

They will co-ordinate a targeted support programme for infrastructure organisations as
they look to make the changes they need to become more efficient, effective and
sustainable.

The programme is quite different to others that have gone before it. It is a departure
from previous capacity–building investments, as the majority of funding will go directly
to local support and development organisations.

NCVO will work closely with infrastructure organisations in order to understand the
areas where they can improve the services they offer to the frontline and assess the
support they need across a range of areas, including leadership, demonstrating impact
and connecting with frontline charities.

These organisations will then be able to choose what support they need in order to
adapt their services to the changing needs, funding and expectations of frontline
organisations.

They will be able to choose services from a broad selection of providers, all of whom
will have been approved by an independent panel of experts.

This may take the following forms (either face to face or online):

   Consultancy support
   Peer to peer learning
   Sharing knowledge online
   Working together to create and develop resources
   Work shadowing
   Mentoring
   Coaching

Participants in the programme will be given the opportunity to publically rate the
support they are given – enabling other organisations to make an informed choice
about the support they will choose and drive up standards across the board.

The programme will be formally launched in autumn 2012.

The first award will be made in late autumn 2012.

The contract runs until June 2015, with the potential to extend it for a further two years.




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For more information contact assist@ncvo-vol.org.uk

http://www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/advice-support/assist



BIG - Heroes Return 2
The programme will ensure Second World War veterans who are yet to take
advantage of the funding will have more time to apply for grants to cover travel and
accommodation expenses and enables them to make trips throughout 2012 back to
places across the world where they served. They can also receive funding to take part
in an official commemoration in the UK. WW2 veterans from the UK, Channel Islands
and Republic of Ireland can apply for travel and accommodation costs to visit the
places where they saw active service.

Those eligible are veterans who fought with or alongside British forces in World War 2
and who are resident in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. War widows and widowers
of veterans are also eligible for funding, and carers and spouses can receive funding
to travel with veterans.

Grants are £150 - £5,500, depending on the number of people taking part and the
destination.

There is no deadline for applications.

If you have any questions about the scheme and whether you are eligible, ring the
application helpline

Tel: 0845 0000 121

E-mail: general.enquiries@biglotteryfund.org.uk

http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_heroes_return.htm
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BIG - International Communities
The International Communities programme is the Big Lottery Fund’s way of helping
disadvantaged communities overseas. It will have a budget of up to £80 million
between 2010 and 2015.

It promotes the idea that communities are at the heart of the International Communities
programme. They will fund effective projects that tackle the causes of poverty and
deprivation and bring about a long-term difference to the lives of the most
disadvantaged people in the world. These will result in:

   Improved primary education for the most disadvantaged girls and boys
   Improved health for the most disadvantaged people
   Improved access to and use of natural resources to benefit the most
    disadvantaged people
   Improved ability for the most disadvantaged people to exercise their human rights




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   Improved livelihoods for the most disadvantaged people by enabling communities
    in need, both rural and urban, to reduce poverty in a sustainable way.

The International Communities programme is open to UK based non-governmental
organisations working with overseas partners in Africa, Asia (including the Pacific and
Central Asian countries), the Middle East, Central and South America, the Caribbean,
and parts of Eastern Europe.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

If you are unsure of anything or would like further help, please call 0845 4 10 20 30 or
e-mail enquiries.international@biglotteryfund.org.uk

www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_international_communities.htm?regioncode=-uk
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Heritage Lottery Fund’s new Strategic Framework
The Chair of the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) recently pledged to work with heritage
organisations and other partners across the UK to build a resilient heritage economy.

Dame Jenny Abramsky set out HLF’s plans for investing £375m a year of lottery
money over the next five years and announced new funding streams and initiatives
designed to enable a strong, robust sector to respond in new ways to the conditions it
now faces.

In addition, she said that HLF would listen to the 2,000 responses to its consultation,
which called on HLF to use its long experience and considerable influence to stimulate
new ideas and approaches, share best practice and to act as a strong voice for
heritage.

New funding policies and initiatives

The strategic framework for 2013-2018 sets out plans designed to deliver long term
and sustainable benefits in response to the newly emerging needs facing the heritage
sector. It includes plans to:

   offer support for building organisational resilience in the heritage sector, through
    supporting the development of skills, including running a further round of the Skills
    for the Future programme; offering development funding and professional
    mentoring to develop robust projects and introducing start-up grants and transition
    funding for organisations needing to cope with new challenges;
   kick start philanthropy through providing endowments and smaller grants for
    capacity building and support for fundraising training;
   stimulate local economic growth with a new Heritage Enterprise scheme designed
    to fund partnerships – including social and private enterprises – to develop
    sustainable new uses for the most challenging historic sites;
   recognise the size and scale of the environmental impact of their funding by
    becoming the first major funding body to require carbon foot printing as part of the
    application process for projects over £2m;




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   lead the way in encouraging the sector to use digital technology, by asking HLF-
    supported projects to make their digital content widely available at no charge. HLF
    will also fund stand-alone digital projects;
   extend HLF support for heritage in private ownership under the Our Heritage
    programme (£10,000 to £100,000) for physical works to heritage provided they
    achieve a step-change in terms of public access and engagement;
   continue to make applying to HLF more straightforward, with the introduction of
    Sharing Heritage – a new very simple grant programme for smaller projects
    needing £3,000-£10,000;
   create online communities to showcase good practice and encourage the
    exchange of ideas and innovations;
   and increase the maximum grants for the Landscape Partnerships Programme
    from £2m to £3m and expand the geographical area it will support.

Other changes to HLF grant programmes include:

   a UK-wide programme which continues to support urgent repairs plus additional
    facilities which open up of places of worship for greater community use;
   a further Collecting Cultures initiative in late 2013 to encourage a strategic
    approach to collection development and acquisition in museums, archives and
    libraries.

To view a full copy of the strategy:
http://www.hlf.org.uk/aboutus/whatwedo/Pages/StrategicFramework2013to2018.aspx



Sport England - Improvement Fund
Sport England has launched a new £45 million Improvement Fund which will distribute
grants of between £150,000 and £500,000 to medium-sized projects that will improve
the quality and experience of sport. Not for profit organisations, including public
statutory organisations, can apply. These include, for example, sports clubs, local
authorities, schools, colleges and universities, Community Interest Companies and
national governing bodies.

The funding will be distributed in five rounds, with the following amounts available per
round:

2012/13 - £3 million
2013/14 - £9 million
2014/15 - £11 million
2015/16 - £11 million
2016/17 - £11 million

In line with Sport England's new strategy, the fund is focused on helping more people
acquire lifelong sporting habits. The first round will focus on projects that will improve
artificial grass pitches (AGPs) and swimming pool changing rooms. Research by Sport
England has shown that these improvements are relatively quick and easy to carry out
and make a big impact on encouraging more people to play popular sports such as
football and swimming.

To apply, organisations should complete and submit the Improvement Check list. Sport
England will then decide which organisations will be invited to submit an Expression of
Interest.


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The deadline to submit an Improvement Check list is 29 September 2012 (5pm).

www.sportengland.org/funding/improvement_fund/how_to_apply.aspx



Sport England - Small Grant Scheme
Sport England is committed to the creation of a world-leading community sport system.
This means they focus their investment on organisations and projects that will grow
and sustain participation in grassroots sport and create opportunities for people to
excel at their chosen sport. In addition to their investment in key partners to deliver
specific objectives, they have funding programmes open to a wide range of
organisations. These include sports clubs, voluntary or community organisations, local
authorities, schools, colleges and universities.

The Sport England Small Grants Programme has been set up to support local
community sport projects which seek to increase participation, sustain participation or
develop opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport. For example, they
might help a sports club expand its age range by helping it to buy extra team kit or pay
additional coaching fees. Or they may help youth clubs work together with local sports
clubs to get more young people playing sport. It is open to any bona fide not-for-profit
club or association, statutory body or educational establishment.

Grants of between £300 and £10,000 are available for revenue and small capital
projects. The total project costs must not exceed £50,000. They offer advice and
support to applicants, and the whole process, from receipt of application to decision,
will take no longer than six weeks. Applications can be submitted at any time

Tel: 08458 508508          Fax: 020 7383 5740

E-mail: funding@sportengland.org

www.sportengland.org/funding/small_grants.aspx




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Trusts and Foundations
Allen Lane Foundation
The Foundation is interested in funding work which benefits people in the following
groups, or generalist work which includes significant numbers from more than one
such group:

   Asylum-seekers and refugees (but not groups working with a single nationality)
   Gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgender people
   Gypsies and Travelers
   Migrant workers Offenders and ex-offenders
   Older people
   People experiencing mental health problems
   People experiencing violence or abuse

If the beneficiaries do not include a significant proportion of people from one or more of
these groups it is unlikely an application will be successful.

There is a 2 stage application process. Applications take between 2 and 6 months to
process fully

 The grants are relatively modest. Single, one-off grants range from as little as £500 up
to £15,000. Grants repeated for more than one year vary from about £500 per annum
up to £5,000 per annum, for a maximum of three years.

To make sure that grants of this size have an impact the Foundation will not fund
larger organisations. The Foundation will make single grants, or grants for two or three
years. It is unlikely to make a second grant immediately after one has finished and if
an application is refused, they ask applicants to wait a year before applying again.

There is no formal application form - only a short Registration Form to give basic
information which you should complete and send with your application. This form is
available to download from the website, where application guidance is also detailed.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 01904 613223 Fax: 01904 613133

E-mail: info@allenlane.org.uk

www.allenlane.org.uk
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Boost Charitable Trust
Boost Charitable Trust was created in 2005 to Build On Over-looked Sporting Talent,
to champion the disabled and disadvantaged and to inspire them to overcome their
challenges through the power of sport.




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Today, Boost supports a number of organisations with grants, since inception, totaling
in excess of £750,000. The major focus is within the United Kingdom.

 All their activities, which you will find detailed in their website, are designed to give
opportunities to those who wish to fulfill their sporting ambitions, at any level.

The Trust will only support charities or non-profit making organisations with a focus on
sport. Please send or e-mail a letter, no more than two sides of A4, telling them the
following details: the name of your organisation - what you do and who your
beneficiaries are funding - why you need funding, details of the project and
approximate funding requirements

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 020 7078 1955

E-mail: lucy.till@boostct.org

http://www.boostct.org/
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British Film Institute (BFI)
The Film Fund
The Film Fund is the production and development heart of the British Film Institute.
They support filmmakers in the UK who are emerging or world class and capable of
creating distinctive and entertaining work.

The Prints and Advertising Fund
The Prints and Advertising Fund (P&A Fund) is designed to widen and support the
distribution and marketing strategy of specialised films and to offer support to more
commercially focused British films that nevertheless remain difficult to market.

For further information and guidance on how to apply to these funds please visit the
website below.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

www.bfi.org.uk/film-industry/lottery-funding-filmmaking
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Cash 4 Clubs
Sport in the community is about local people, local facilities, local groups and
organisations working together to provide opportunities to enjoy sport. Betfair and
SportsAid recognise the importance of community sport, so Cash 4 Clubs has been
set up to facilitate fundraising for community sports clubs throughout the country.
Cash 4 Clubs offers all sports clubs in the UK the chance to win grants ranging from
£250 to £1000. It is a simple scheme aimed at giving community clubs a helping hand
and provide the opportunity to raise the money they need to invest in their club.



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Clubs can apply for a Cash 4 Clubs Sports Grant by filling out the online application
form at anytime, available at website below.

Any sports club can apply as long as they are registered with their sport's National
Governing Body or local authority. Funding can be requested for anything that will add
to the sustainability and effectiveness of the sports club.

Grants are awarded on a quarterly basis after selection by their committee. The judges
include representatives from Betfair, SportsAid, and other independent and sports
committee members.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

E-mail: cash4clubs@betfair.com

http://www.cash-4-clubs.com
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Churchcare
The Cathedral and Church Buildings Division (which supports both the Church
Buildings Council and the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England) administers a
number of grants schemes.

Their aim is to ensure that conservation projects in Anglican churches and cathedrals
are carried out to the highest standards. Their grant programmes provide, in addition
to financial support, expert conservation advice to ensure that repairs follow best
practice. Grants are assessed by expert committees which bring together
professionals from various national institutions.

If you are a Church there are grants for the conservation of historic furnishings and
artworks and for fabric repairs.

If you are a greater church you may also be eligible for the Cathedral Amenities Fund
grant scheme.

If you are a cathedral, you can apply for English Cathedrals Repair Fund (repairs and
works to fabric and contents of cathedrals) Cathedral Amenities Fund (preservation
and improvements to the visual amenity of ancient cathedrals, abbeys and greater
churches), The Joint Cathedral Repair Fund (major repairs to historic fabric in Church
of England cathedrals)

There are various deadlines for different funds so please check the website.

Tel: 0207 898 1866

www.churchcare.co.uk/funding.php
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Church Urban Fund - Mustard Seed Programme
The programme provides grants to enable churches and faith-based organisations,
working in very deprived communities, to engage in social action through supporting
them to initiate or develop community work. This will then enable groups to either
undertake larger pieces of work or significantly improve the existing provision.

This aims to provide grants of up to £5,000 to enable churches and faith-based
organisations to engage in social action by supporting them to initiate or develop
community work. This work will enable groups to undertake larger pieces of work or
significantly improve the existing provision. The project must be directly tackling the
effects of profound poverty and should be working in the 10% most deprived areas in
England. Mustard Seed Grants can pay for specific activities but not for on-going
revenue expenditure, existing salary costs, deficit funding, or retrospective spending. It
is expected that work supported under the Mustard Seed Programme will grow into
more substantive or developed activities. Guidance on website

Grant requests up to £5,000 will be considered. This is a rolling programme where
there are no deadline dates.

Mustard Seed Grants can pay for specific activities but not for on-going revenue
expenditure, existing salary costs, deficit funding, or retrospective spending.
The grant requested should typically represent at least a third of the total funding
required. For capital requests, this total should be the total of the work undertaken,
regardless of how it is presented as a grant proposal (e.g. a kitchen refurbishment
totalling £10,000 to enable a specific project to start may be considered, however a
kitchen refurbishment of £10,000 as part of an overall building project of £100,000 will
not be considered).

Application Form: If your project meets the criteria for a Mustard Seed grant, please
contact your local Link Officer (details found on
http://www.cuf.org.uk/about/contact/regional-contacts). If appropriate, they will provide
you with an application form. If you would prefer, you can submit the information in an
alternative format (e.g. a letter). If you choose to apply without making use of the
standard form, please ensure that all questions asked in the form are fully answered.
All applications must be submitted to the respective Link Officer in the first instance
(NOT to Church Urban Fund Head Office). There is a Link Officer based in every
Anglican Diocese in England.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 020 7898 1647

E-mail: resources@cuf.org.uk

http://www.cuf.org.uk/funding.aspx
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EDF Energy - Green Fund
Not-for-profit organisations, including registered charities, local community buildings,
schools, universities, museums, and churches can apply for funding to help cover the
costs of renewable energy technology.



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Any generation technology which produces heat, electricity or other power from the
sun, wind, water, wood or another renewable source is eligible, provided it has passed
a successful trial phase.

Grants of up to 50% of total project costs to a maximum of £30,000 (excluding VAT)
are available.

Link to guidelines: http://bit.ly/du2eiO

The deadline is 31st August 2012

E-mail: Greenfund@edfenergy.com

http://www.edfenergy.com/



Esmee Fairbairn Foundation - Main Fund
The Main Fund is responsive to requests for support across the broad range of their
interests, which are: the arts, education and learning, the natural environment and
enabling disadvantaged people to participate more fully in society.

In 2010 they received around 2900 eligible applications to the Main Fund and made
270 grants totaling £21.4m. The average grant size was £79,000.

To ensure that they can respond to so many requests, the application process is in two
stages. They will acknowledge receipt of your first stage application within a week of
receiving it and e-mail you within a month to say whether they would like to take it to a
second stage or decline to support it. If they invite you to proceed to the second stage,
they may ask you for additional information in order to clarify and expand on what you
have already told them. Further details on types of projects funded and exclusions
are available from the website.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 020 7812 3700 Fax: 020 7812 3701

E-mail: info@esmeefairbairn.org.uk

www.esmeefairbairn.org.uk

The next deadline for applications is 31 August 2012.
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Equitable Charitable Trust
The Equitable Charitable Trust is an education charity. It makes grants totaling up to
£1 million each year towards projects for children and young people under the age of
25 who are from disadvantaged backgrounds or disabled.

Its funds are highly oversubscribed and the Trustees have therefore identified three
specific priorities for the types of projects they wish to support:



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   education projects or services that support the learning and development of
    disabled children and young people in the UK;
   formal education projects for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK
    that support delivery of the National Curriculum (i.e. curriculum enrichment
    projects) or that deliver accredited vocational learning that will increase
    employability;
   education projects that will help increase participation in, or improve the quality of,
    education for disadvantaged or disabled children and young people in developing
    countries.

The application should address how your project addresses their priorities.
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Grants can be made for project costs, capital expenditure, equipment and/or the salary
costs of a post.

They support a broad range of organisations; from small and medium sized not-for-
profit organisations to larger charities. However, priority is given to organisations and
charities with annual incomes of under £5 million. You do not need to be a UK
registered charity to apply unless you are applying for a grant towards a project or
work that will take place outside the UK. .

The length of funding can range from one to three years. Grants of more than one year
are paid in annual installments, with installments beyond the first year dependent on
receipt of progress reports that are satisfactory to the Trustees.

The size of grants ranges from £3,000 to £30,000. Most are for sums between £5,000
and £20,000. It is rare for a multi-year grant to exceed £10,000 p.a. and most multi-
year grants will be for sums between £5,000 and £7,500 p.a.

Applications can be submitted at any time and are considered monthly by the
Trustees.

Grants can be made for projects throughout the UK. Overseas projects are also
funded, but only through UK registered charities. Organisations based outside of the
UK are not eligible to apply.

Tel: 020 7264 4995/4993 Fax: 020 7488 9097

E-mail: jlong@equitablecharitabletrust.org.uk

www.equitablecharitabletrust.org.uk/
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Funding to develop digital tools to support young people’s
mental health
Comic Relief, Nominet Trust and Right Here (Paul Hamlyn Foundation and the Mental
Health Foundation) have recently announced a new £600,000 funding programme.
The funding will be available to charity-led initiatives to develop any one of eight new
digital products that will better help young people look after their mental health and
wellbeing.




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The eight ideas have been generated jointly by young people, technology experts,
youth workers and mental health professionals through the Innovation Labs Project
which ran from Oct 2011 – April 2012.

Not for profit organisations can apply to develop any or all of the eight ideas and can
work with a private partner, provided they are leading the project.

The eight ideas are:

   Mind’s Eye: An online mood monitoring & wellbeing tool reflecting and linking mood
    to young people’s lives.
   Madlyinlove: A website dedicated to love and mental health issues – for young
    people with mental health problems and their partners.
   Doc Ready: A digital tool to support young people visiting their GP to ensure they
    use their consultation time effectively.
   Medfacts: Easy to understand and reliable online information and advice on how
    prescribed drugs may influence mental and physical health (including side effects)
    plus simple explanations of how the medications work.
   Keep the trust: Sympathetic online support, advice and informal training for adult
    non-health professionals identified by young people (i.e. youth workers and
    teachers) around young people's mental health and wellbeing.
   My Places: Online mapping of services available locally to a young person to assist
    them in ensuring good mental health and wellbeing with ability for services to be
    rated and have feedback.
   MiniMe (formerly Tamagotchi & Me/Crisis): A personal interactive recovery guide
    using information inputted by the user on their activity, environment and mood with
    the ability to issue an alert to friends & family of the need for support.
   Job for Me: Online service to support young people with / recovering from mental
    health issues on their journey employment, education, and training.

The development of young people’s mental health and wellbeing is at the heart of the
project, and further funding from the partners will help to get young people directly
involved in the decision-making process. Evaluation work will also be undertaken to
review learning and good practice from developing and implementing the new ideas.

Young people will help ensure that services fully meet their needs by participating in
the grant-making and product development/ implementation processes over the next
two years.

The Invitation to Apply document alongside the Functional Specs for each of the eight
product ideas can be found at www.innovationlabs.org.uk

Funding will be allocated around £47,000 per idea and the deadline for Expressions of
Interest is 12 noon on Wednesday 5 September 2012. The grants can start being
spent from January 2013 and must be fully spent by June 2014.

Tel: 020 7815 3900

E-mail: sarah.brown@munroforster.com or Lorraine.calvey@munroforster.com




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Grants for Scouting groups
Over the years The Scout Association has been extremely fortunate to receive
generous donations from many individuals and organisations who wish to support their
work at a national and local level. The result of these donations is that there are a
range of funds available, particularly to support local groups/units and individual
members who require financial assistance in undertaking their scouting.

Grants are available for:
Opening or re-opening new sections Starting a new group (min. two sections) in a
recognised area of social deprivation Local development planning events; capital
equipment for promoting Scouting; adult recruitment events; youth recruitment events
aimed at the cub and network sections; training adviser recruitment and retention
Employment of local development staff Non-wood badge leader training; capital
equipment for the delivery of adult training; young leader training; activity assessor
training and assessment; activity permit assessments; DofE asessments;
trustee/executive training; trainer training; minibus training and assessment Air and
sea scout training and capital equipment purchase Support for members 'in financial
hardship' - volunteer expenses, uniforms, camp and activity costs Members with
special needs and the development of special needs scouting, including small scale
building works to ensure accessibility for all

Applications can be submitted any time but must be at least 6 weeks before the event
date.

E-mail: development@scout.org.uk

http://scouts.org.uk/supportresources/search/?cat=262,266,589
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Joseph Rowntree Foundation - R&D Programme
This Call is for projects that deliver insights into effective policy and practice solutions
through employment and skills that might have an impact on poverty. This project is
part of a wider programme about the future of the UK labour market.

Any individual or organisation can apply but they must have the potential to pursue
housing, social care or social policy projects.

The aim of this phase is to deliver insights into effective policy and practice solutions
through employment and skills that might have an impact on poverty. The priorities for
this Call are split into the following four themes:

   Improving the distribution of original income.
   Improving income distribution through tax and benefit systems.
   Looking at different models for employment and skills.
   Better targeting of initiatives on households in poverty.

Key information is as follows:

   Project Timescale: up to six months starting in October 2012.
   Project Budget: £50,000 is available in total with up to £10,000 per project
    (including VAT and expenses, if applicable).


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Link to guidelines: http://www.jrf.org.uk/funding/calls-for-proposal/employment-skills-
policy

The deadline for submission is 10th September 2012 (11:59pm)

Tel: 01904 615992

E-mail: dave.potter@jrf.org.uk

http://www.jrf.org.uk/



LankellyChase Foundation
The LankellyChase Foundation is now focused exclusively on bringing about change
that will transform the quality of life of people who face severe and multiple
disadvantages. By severe and multiple disadvantages the Foundation particularly
means the persistent interlocking of homelessness, substance misuse, mental and
physical illness, violence and abuse and extreme poverty.

The Foundation wants to build a growing network of funded organisations, with 15 to
20 organisations funded in this first grant round. Funded organisations will be brought
together on a regular basis (two to three times per year) to exchange knowledge, as
well as connecting them with key thinkers and decision makers. Therefore, applicant
organisations should be prepared to work in an open, problem solving way and to
share their work with others.

The Foundation offers either project funding to enable organisations to pursue specific
ideas or core funding to support the overall strategies of organisations. Most grants will
be for one, two or three years but funding may be available over a longer period where
there is a strong case. The size of grant offered ranges from large (approximately
£150,000 spread over a number of years) to very small, depending on the proposition.

Funding is available for the following:

   Work that promotes people's voice, power and rights
   Existing positive practice and its evaluation
   The development and evaluation of new and innovative ways of working
   Work that promotes systems change at local and/or national level
   Work that builds the social and economic case for change

Registered charities, community interest companies, companies limited by guarantee
without shares and industrial and provident societies in the UK are eligible to apply.

Link to guidelines: http://bit.ly/MQ9Ayl

Tel: 01235 820044

E-mail: enquiries@lankellychase.org.uk

http://www.lankellychase.org.uk/

The first stage deadline for applications is 14 September 2012.



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Live UnLtd
UnLtd support social entrepreneurs. These are all sorts of different people who have
set up their own project or business which has ultimately helped other people. UnLtd
provides funding and support to those individuals as well as providing legal and
financial help if needed.

Live UnLtd is the name for all of the work UnLtd undertakes with young people under
the age of 25. It includes their competition ‘Big Challenge‘ and ‘UnLtd Sport Relief.’

These young social entrepreneurs are awarded funding of up to £5,000 to start up their
own social venture; from sports teams and recreational groups to hosting events,
which is then coupled with non-financial support from a designated Live UnLtd
Development Manager in their region.

The programme also gives young people the opportunity to erase the negative
stereotypes associated with ‘youth culture’ in the media today and show that with the
right financial and non-financial support, young people can become catalysts for
positive social change within their community.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 0845 850 1122 and ask for your nearest office and they will be happy to help you.

http://www.liveunltd.com
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Lloyds TSB Foundation - Older People Programme
The programme aims to support innovative and proactive work that encourages
empowerment and independence of older people living in difficult financial
circumstances so that they have improved life choices and chances

The funding is open to registered charities that:

   are currently working with older people experiencing financial difficulties living in
    England and Wales;
   can demonstrate that they actively consult with service users and can deliver
    services which meet their needs;
   are particularly interested in innovative work and proactive interventions that
    encourage and support individual empowerment and independence.

Applications will be particularly welcomed from charities that can demonstrate a track
record and proven knowledge of working in this field and can demonstrate delivery
with this group of people.

Applications must be for work that improves the life choices and chances for older
people and charities must:

   offer a sustained programme of support;
   demonstrate measurable changes and benefits for individuals;
   start spending the grant within 3 months of a successful application, unless
    approval is sought at the outset for a delayed start;


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   track the progress of beneficiaries so that the longer term impact of intervention
    can be assessed.

Please note:

   Grants can be for up to three years.
   Minimum grant size £50,000
   Only the costs of the funding request, excluding capital, will be considered.

For this programme, they wish to fund applications that meet at least one of the
following criteria:

   are innovative and push existing boundaries
   will extend or replicate a proven model of working to deliver the goals as outlined;
   will improve joined up working with other local agencies to deliver more relevant
    and appropriate services to the users including personalisation;
   support service user involvement and encourages local connections whether in
    design or support as peers /volunteers/mentors.

Please note this is not a core cost funding programme, if you are interested in this type
of funding, please see their Community programme guidelines and on- line eligibility
test.

Any application will need to demonstrate a close fit with the programme criteria and
offer good value for money. There is no restriction on the size of charities that can
apply.

Please note that they are expecting a high response to this new funding programme,
so please be aware that after submitting an Expression of Interest you may be advised
not to proceed with an application. Successful charities at the Expression of Interest
stage will then be invited to complete a full application, which will need to be received
at the Foundation’s office in London by 1 pm on Friday 2 November.

http://www.lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk/FundingProgrammes/Pages/Olderpeopleprogra
mme.aspx



The Radcliffe Trust - Heritage and Crafts
The Radcliffe Trust supports the development of the skills, knowledge and experience
that underpin the UK’s traditional cultural heritage and crafts sectors. This includes
support for craft and conservation training, for practical projects, particularly those that
include a strong training element, and for strategic projects which demonstrate clear
benefits to individuals and to the sector. However, the Trust remains committed to
flexible, open and inclusive grant-giving and will consider other projects, should they
fall broadly within its remit. The Radcliffe Trust wishes to promote standards of
excellence through all its support.

   Applicants must normally be a registered charity.
   Applicants must be based in the UK.
   Bursaries and other support fees will normally be paid to the training organisation.

Grants for the conservation of historic furnishings and artworks in Church of England
Churches in England are not made directly but are made through the Church Buildings


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Council (formerly Council for the Care of Churches). Any other applications should be
made directly to the Radcliffe Trust. If applicants are in doubt about the eligibility of
their request, they should contact the administrator for advice.

Apply in writing following the guidance on the website.

Heritage & Crafts Deadline: January 31st for the June Trustee meeting; July 31st for
the December Trustee meeting.

Tel: 01285 841900

E-mail: radcliffe@thetrustpartnership.com

www.theradcliffetrust.org/
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Theatres Protection Fund
The Small Grants Scheme aims to target theatres run by charities and not-for-profit
groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres
would make to their work with local communities.

Small capital projects that address urgent building repairs, improve operational
viability, introduce environmental improvements, and which enhance physical
accessibility will be prioritised.

Applicants have to own or manage theatres with titles or signed leases of more than 5
years. They also need to demonstrate that they run a regular theatre programme of
professional, community and/or amateur work presenting no less than 30
performances a year. Applicants must have a bona fide charitable or not-for-profit legal
structure and be able to provide certified or audited accounts for at least two years.

Applicants that are eligible for the ‘Challenge Fund for Historic Buildings at Risk’ run
through the Architectural Heritage Fund with funds from English Heritage and the
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation will not be a priority for the Theatres Protection
Fund Small Grants Scheme.

Applications can be submitted at any time

Tel: 020 7836 8591 Fax: 020 7836 3302

www.theatrestrust.org.uk/grants?utm_source=Linx+234+-
+21+June&utm_campaign=linx234&utm_medium=email
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Tudor Trust
The Tudor Trust is interested in encouraging people to use their own skills and abilities
as a resource for change; to find new ways of tackling deep-rooted problems or to
cope with and move on from difficult situations. They recognise that this may take time
so, if appropriate, they can commit funding over a sustained period.


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They are most interested in helping smaller, under-resourced organisations which offer
direct services and which involve the people they work with in their planning. The
groups they fund don't have to be registered charities; they can also make grants to
other groups as long as they can show them how they would use their grant for
charitable purposes.

There is no maximum or minimum grant amount. Grants can take the form of core
funding (including salaries and running costs), development funding, project grants or
capital grants for buildings or equipment. As they want to fund work which engages
with the reality and complexity of people and their problems, they look to support
organisations working across sectors and boundaries (whether actual or perceived).
They usually make grants over one, two or three years but may work alongside
organisations for a longer period. However as they are keen to support a range of
organisations, including those which are new to them, their funding cannot continue
indefinitely.

They want to offer high levels of support and engagement when this will be helpful and
appropriate. Their two-stage application process gives them more time to focus on
working creatively with applicants who reach the second stage. Tudor's focus is on
smaller groups, led by people of vision, which are committed to growth, progression
and development. Some of the other characteristics they are looking for when they
make grants include:

Organisations which are embedded in and have developed out of their community -
whether the local area or a 'community of interest' Organisations providing direct
services to marginalised people A focus on building stronger communities by
overcoming isolation and fragmentation and encouraging inclusion, connection and
integration High levels of user involvement, and an emphasis on self-help where this is
appropriate Work which addresses complex and multi-stranded, often difficult,
problems in unusual or imaginative ways Organisations which are thoughtful in their
use of resources and which foster community resilience in the face of environmental,
economic or social change Organisations and people who know what difference they
want to make and have the energy and vision to make it happen They can only
consider making a capital grant for new premises or for building improvements if the
organisations using the building display some of these key characteristics. Good
buildings which contribute positively to their environment are important, but they are
most interested in what goes on inside the building and the difference building
improvements would make to your work.

They are more likely to fund groups with an annual turnover of less than £1 million.
They aim to make around 350 grants a year but receive thousands of applications.
This is why they have a two-stage application process. They know that putting together
a full funding application places heavy demands on your time and resources, so they
ask all applicants to complete a brief first-stage proposal instead. They estimate that
only around one in ten applicants will go through to this second stage.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Tel: 020 7727 8522

www.tudortrust.org.uk
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Tycoon in Schools
Tycoon in Schools has been set up by businessman, entrepreneur and television
personality, Peter Jones CBE, with a personal investment of £100,000.

This new enterprise competition is designed to encourage school-age youngsters from
across the country to start their own business. The intention it to inspire pupils to pitch
business plans to their tutors, in the hope of receiving seed funding.

If successful in their bids, students will have one month in which to commence trading
and make a profit from their enterprise. Participants will compete for a place on the
Tycoon League Table, by making as high a profit as possible.

Schools taking part in the contest will be given a loan of £1,000 to be allocated to
those pupils who have displayed entrepreneurial aspirations. At the close of the
competition, the students will repay their original loans to the Tycoon Bank, and
remaining profits can be used by the school or donated to local charitable causes.

Schools across the UK may apply for funding through this scheme, on behalf of their
entrepreneurial students.

Entries must be submitted by 1 September 2012.

http://www.tycooninschools.com/




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International
Combating Hate Speech On-line
The European Youth Foundation has issued a Special Call for projects contributing to
the Council of Europe's flagship campaign on 'Young People Combating Hate Speech
On-line'. The aim of the project is to combat racism and discrimination on-line.

Two types of projects will be supported:

   Projects aimed at the creation of Partnerships for national campaigns - e.g. one or
    two day meetings, seminars or conferences at local, regional or national level.
   Capacity building workshops for multipliers and activists – e.g. two or three day
    workshops with a primary function of training and capacity building.

Non-governmental youth organisations are invited to apply for grants of up to €6,000.

The deadline for submissions is 15 September 2012 for projects taking place before
the end of 2012.

http://www.eyf.coe.int/fej/portal/media-type/html/user/anon/page/default



Lifelong Learning Programme
The 2013 General Call for Proposals under the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)
has now been published.

The total budget available for all actions under the 2013 Call is €1.276 million. The Call
includes actions under the Comenius (schools), Erasmus (higher education), Leonardo
da Vinci (vocational education), Grundtvig (adult education), Jean Monnet (European
integration) and Transversal sub-programmes.

The deadlines are as follows:

Comenius Actions
Comenius Individual Pupil Mobility: 3 December 2012
In-service training: 16 January, 30 April and 17 September 2013
Assistantships: 31 January 2013
Multilateral projects, networks and accompanying measures: 31 January 2013
Partnerships and Comenius Regio partnerships: 21 February 2013
Erasmus Actions

Multilateral projects, networks and accompanying measures - 31 January 2013
Erasmus Intensive Language Courses (EILC) - 1 February 2013
Intensive programmes (IP) - 8 March 2013
Students mobility for studies and placements (including the Erasmus consortium
placement certificate) - 8 March 2013
Staff mobility (teaching assignments and staff training) - 8 March 2013
Grundtvig Actions

In-service training: 16 January, 30 April and 17 September 2013



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Multilateral projects, networks and accompanying measures: 31 January 2013
Partnerships and workshops: 21 February 2013
Assistantships and senior volunteering projects: 28 March 2013
Leonardo da Vinci Actions

Multilateral projects, networks and accompanying measures: 31 January 2013
Multilateral projects for the transfer of innovation: 31 January 2013
Mobility, including the Leonardo da Vinci mobility certificate: 1 February 2013
Partnerships: 21 February 2013
Jean Monnet programme

15 February 2013
Transversal programme

Key activity 1 - Study visits: 28 March and 15 October 2013
All other activities: 28 February 2013

http://www.leonardo.org.uk/default.asp?section=00010001&sectionTitle=Home



MEDIA Mundus
A budget of €4.626 million is available for actions in the fields of training, market
access, distribution and circulation of audiovisual works. The Call covers projects
starting between 1 February 2013 and 30 June 2014, and projects must be completed
by 1 October 2014 at the latest. Preparatory costs for the projects are eligible at the
earliest as of 1 January 2012.

Each project shall have a minimum of three partners, be coordinated by a European
professional, and seek to promote an international networking.

Depending on the type of action, financial aid may take the form of grants or
scholarships.

Funding awarded under the programme may not exceed 50% of the final costs of the
project to be funded. However, in the cases expressly provided for in the Annual Work
Programme and in the Call for Proposals, funding may be as high as 70%.

MEDIA Mundus will fund projects relating to the following specific objectives:

Specific Objective 1: Information Exchange, Training and Market Intelligence

Increase information exchange and market intelligence and, in particular through
training activities and scholarships, facilitate networking between European and other
professionals from third countries, in order to improve access to third-country markets
and to build trust and long-term commercial relationships.

Specific Objective 2: Competitiveness and Distribution

Improve the competitiveness of the European audiovisual industry and the distribution
of European works outside Europe and those of third countries within Europe.




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   Support dubbing and subtitling for the distribution and dissemination through all
    available channels of European and third-country audiovisual works for the benefit
    of producers, distributors and broadcasters
   Encourage the creation and consolidation of networks of artistic and industrial
    cooperation between European and third-country rights-holders/sales
    agents/distributors

Specific Objective 3: Circulation

Improve circulation and visibility of European works in third countries and those of third
countries within Europe and to increase public demand for culturally-diverse
audiovisual content, particularly amongst young people.

Link to application documents: http://bit.ly/axzAsZ

The deadline for submissions is 28 September 2012

Tel: +32 2 299 67 98

E-mail: Irina.ORSSICH@ec.europa.eu

http://ec.europa.eu/culture/media/index_en.htm




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Funding Diary
Fund                                                              Deadline
August 2012
SITA Trust – Young Person’s Volunteering Fund                     13/08/2012
The Rowing Foundation                                             13/08/2012
Sector Skills Funding                                             16/08/2012
A life more ordinary for short breaks for disabled young people   20/08/2012
International Green Awards                                        23/08/2012
Social Enterprise Investment Fund                                 24/08/2012
People’s Postcode Trust                                           24/08/2012
ESF Community Grants                                              24/08/2012
The Law Society Charity                                           24/08/2012
Your choice 2012 – East Sussex (no website) See summary for       24/08/2012
application details
EDF Energy - Green Fund                                           31/08/2012
The Radcliffe Trust – Music Strand                                31/08/2012
Sport England Inclusive Sport                                     31/08/2012
Mars Refuel Drink Fund Awards                                     31/08/2012
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation - Main Fund                            31/08/2012
September 2012
Wolfson Foundation                                                01/09/2012
Kelly Family Charitable Trust                                     01/09/2012
Europe for Citizens – Network of twinned towns                    01/09/2012
Europe for Citizens – Town Twinning citizens’ meetings            01/09/2012
Tycoon in Schools                                                 01/09/2012
Health Innovation Challenge                                       02/09/2012
Youth in Action - Youth Workers' Mobility                         03/09/2012
Sustainable Communities Fund                                      04/09/2012
Hedley Foundation                                                 05/09/2012
Pfizer UK Foundation                                              05/09/2012
Wealden Sport and Activity Grants Scheme                          07/09/2012
Innovation Excellence and Strategic Development Fund              07/09/2012
BT Community Connections Awards                                   07/09/2012
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - R&D Programme                        10/09/2012
How can Employment and Skills Policy or Practice Reduce Poverty
Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm                                     12/09/2012
EMI - Instrument and Equipment Awards                             12/09/2012
Farmers Apprentice Competition (UK)                               14/09/2012
Lankelly Chase Foundation                                         14/09/2012
Waste Reduction Challenge Prize                                   14/09/2012
Combating Hate Speech On-line                                     15/09/2012
Creative England Awards                                           15/09/2012
PRS for Music Foundation                                          17/09/2012
Sport England: Inspired Facilities Fund                           17/09/2012
Lloyds TSB Older People’s Programme – expression of interest      20/09/2012
Social Incubator Fund                                             21/09/2012
Marco Polo II                                                     21/09/2012
GlaxoSmithKline Impact Awards                                     21/09/2012
David Canter Memorial Fund                                        21/09/2012
Education Endowment Foundation (EEF)                              25/09/2012


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MEDIA Mundus                                         28/09/2012
Sport England – Improvement Fund                     29/09/2012
Grant Schemes for War Memorials                      30/09/2012
Help the Homeless                                    30/09/2012
October 2012
Sussex Community Foundation – Live Lewes Fund        October 2012
Fidelio Charitable Trust                             01/10/2012
European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage           01/10/2012
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust                     02/10/2012
Rye Fund Small Grants Fund                           05/10/2012
BIG Society Awards                                   08/10/2012
Hilton in the Community                              09/10/2012
Women Make Music                                     10/10/2012
Grundtvig: Transversal Programme Key Activity 1      12/10/2012
INTERREG IV – Channel Programme – full application   15/10/2012
SITA Trust – Young Person’s Volunteering Fund        15/10/2012
Catchment Restoration Fund                           15/10/2012
BBC Children In Need                                 15/10/2012
Help a Heart Grants                                  19/10/2012
Wellcome Trust – Arts Awards                         26/10/2012
UK German Connection – Challenge Fund                31/10/2012
Hedley Foundation                                    31/10/2012
November 2012
Wessex Youth Trust                                   01/11/2012
Nominet Trust                                        01/11/2012
Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust                     01/11/2012
The Law Society Charity                              02/11/2012
Lloyds TSB Foundation – Older People Programme       02/11/2012
BT Internet Ranger Schools Award                     02/11/2012
BT Internet Ranger of the Year – Student Award       02/11/2012
Sustainable Communities Fund                         04/11/2012
People’s Postcode Trust                              09/11/2012
The Rowing Foundation                                12/11/2012
Invest in Innovative Refurb                          28/11/2012
December 2012
Sustainable Communities Fund                         04/12/2012
BIG Society Awards                                   10/12/2012
Rural Development Programme for England              31/12/2012
Help the Homeless                                    31/12/2012
January 2013
International Polartec Challenge (UK)                05/01/2013
ESF Community Grants                                 11/01/2013
The Radcliffe Trust                                  31/01/2013
Volvo Eco Adventure Awards                           31/01/2013
February 2013
Sustainable Communities Fund                         05/02/2013
Landscape Partnerships                               28/02/2013
March 2013
Grant Schemes for War Memorials                      31/03/2013
June 2013
Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust                     01/06/2013
October 2013
Catchment Restoration Fund                           15/10/2013


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March 2014
International Communities                                                31/03/2014



Open Funds                   Description
ACT Foundation               To enhance the quality of life for people in need.
AERC Foundation              Awareness of problems associated with alcohol.
AFTAID                       Funding for older people.
Al Fayed Charitable Trust    Children with life-threatening illnesses or living in
                             poverty.
Altajir Trust                To promote Islamic studies.
Alec Dickson                 Grants of up to £500 are available for young people
                             making a difference through volunteering or
                             community service
The Allan & Nesta            Projects supporting education, aid and development,
Ferguson Charitable Trust
Allen Lane Foundation        To support general charitable causes.
The Andy Fanshawe Trust      To allow disadvantaged young people to take up
                             opportunities to experience the great outdoors.
ASDA Foundation              To support local good causes.
Awards for All               To help improve local communities and the lives of
                             people most in need.
Barclays Community           For individuals/groups that use sport to benefit
Sports Award                 communities.
Barrow Cadbury Trust         Vulnerable and marginalised people.
Biffaward Small Grants       Supports smaller projects providing or improving
scheme                       community spaces within 10 miles of a Biffa operation,
                             and within 10 miles of a landfill site (owned by any
                             company)
Biffaward Main Grants -      Provide or improve community spaces within 10 miles
Community                    of a Biffa operation, and within 10 miles of a landfill site
                             (owned by any company)
Biffaward Main Grants -      Site based projects to protect and enhance biodiversity
Biodiversity                 within 25 miles of a Biffa operation and within 10 miles
                             of a landfill site (owned by any company)
BIG - Heroes Return 2        Ensure Second World War veterans who are yet to
                             take advantage of the funding will have more time to
                             apply for grants to cover travel and accommodation
                             expenses and enables them to make trips throughout
                             2012 back to places across the world where they
                             served.
BIG International            Open to UK based non-governmental organisations
Communities programme        working with overseas partners in Africa, Asia
                             (including the Pacific and Central Asian countries), the
                             Middle East, Central and South America, the
                             Caribbean, and parts of Eastern Europe.
Birkdale Trust for Hearing   For hearing related causes.
Impaired
Boost Charitable Trust       Build On Over-looked Sporting Talent, champion the
                             disabled and disadvantaged and to inspire them to
                             overcome their challenges through the power of sport.
Breaks for Kids              To fund youth group and school trips for children from
                             low income households.


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British and Foreign School     For educational projects
Society
British Film Institute (BFI)   The Film Fund - support filmmakers in the UK who are
                               emerging or world class and capable of creating
                               distinctive and entertaining work.

                               The Prints and Advertising Fund - widen and support
                               the distribution and marketing strategy of specialised
                               films
BRIT Trust                     For young people to explore and pursue educational,
                               cultural or therapeutic benefits emanating from music.
Bromley Trust                  To combat violations of human rights and help victims
                               of torture.
Calouste Gulbenkian            To support innovative ideas and unusual partnerships
Foundation Innovation          across cultural, educational and social interests.
Fund
Caron Keating Foundation       To support cancer charities.
Cash 4 Clubs                   Grants ranging from £250 to £1000.
                               Any sports club can apply as long as they are
                               registered with their sport's National Governing Body
                               or local authority. Funding can be requested for
                               anything that will add to the sustainability and
                               effectiveness of the sports club

C Charitable Trust             Children’s Palliative Care.
Charles Hayward                Heritage and Conservation, criminal justice, hospices,
Foundation                     older people, overseas and small grant scheme.
Childwick Trust                People with disabilities, promotion of health, the elderly
                               in need and for the welfare of people involved in the
                               horse racing world.
CHK Charities Limited          The charity areas of interest include Artistic causes;
                               Conservation/preservation; Countryside matters and
                               animal welfare and disease; Care of the elderly; Crime
                               prevention; Disabled/ handicapped treatment and care;
                               Drug prevention and treatment; Education;
                               Employment and job creation; Research; General
                               welfare and social problems; Homeless/housing;
                               Hospices; Hospital/nursing home building and
                               equipment; and Youth care.
Churchcare                     Grant programmes to support conservation projects in
                               Anglican churches and cathedrals.
                               There are various deadlines for different funds so
                               please check the website.
Church Urban Fund              Tackling poverty.
Clore Duffield Foundation      Museums, galleries and heritage sites, the arts,
                               education, health, social care and disability, Jewish
                               charities.
Clothworkers' Foundation       Conservation grants for capital projects.
Comino Foundation              For projects that train young people in England to learn
                               for themselves.
Community First Fund           Small grants to community groups and local social
                               action projects in England.
Community Right to             Grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 are available
Challenge Grants               to help organisations build internal capacity. Supports


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Programme – pre-              organisations that can show they have the potential to
feasibility grants            compete for public service delivery contracts.

Community Right to            Feasibility grants of between £10,000 and £100,000
Challenge Grants              are available to help organisations prepare an
Programme – feasibility       Expression of Interest or compete in a procurement
grants                        process for a specific service opportunity.
Council for British           To support innovative local heritage research projects.
Archaeology
Crash Support Scheme          To improve the buildings used by homeless people.
The David and Elaine          Education, Civil society, Research, Human rights and
Potter Foundation             Arts.
DFID Community Linking        To increase understanding of global issues through
Programme                     links between community groups here and developing
                              countries.
D'Oyly Carte Charitable       General charitable purposes.
Trust
Drinkaware Trust              To challenge and change the current drinking culture
                              in the UK.
Dulverton Trust               Youth education, general welfare, conservation,
                              preservation, humanitarian support and Africa.
Dunhill Medical Trust         Older people and research grants.
General Grants
Eco-Schools                   Supports schools to make environmental
                              improvements to help them achieve Green Flag Award
                              status.
Energy Saving Trust           help householders with funding towards the cost of
                              installing renewable heating systems
Energyshare                   Community energy projects.
Equitable Charitable Trust    Formal education projects.
Esmee Fairbairn               Biodiversity, food, museums and heritage, new
Foundation Strands            approaches to learning.
European Travel Subsidies     For civil society groups wanting to visit Brussels or
                              Strasbourg to see how European Parliament works.
European Voluntary            To encourage 18-30 year olds to undertake long or
Service                       short term volunteering in Europe.
European Youth                Support for European youth activities.
Foundation Pilot Projects
Field Studies Council: Kids   Offering FSC Field Centre courses for disadvantaged
Fund                          children.
Film Fund                     Supports the development, production and completion
                              of all types of feature films
Four Acre Trust               To inspire children to succeed.
FSC Kids Fund                 To raise awareness about the natural world.
Fuserna Foundation            To revitalize existing charities and charitable projects.
Gardening for Disabled        To support people to continue to garden, despite
Trust                         advancing illness, age or disability.
Grant for Research and        For SMEs to show proof of market, proof of concept or
Development                   to develop a prototype
Grants for Scouts             For local Scouting groups and individual members.
The Greggs Foundation         People with caring responsibilities, people with
                              disabilities, homeless people and older people.
H.B. Allen Charitable Trust   Environment, hospices, museums and heritage.



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The Hedley Foundation         To assist and encourage development and change.
Help the Hospice              To help support hospices that are in, or are
Emergency Grants              approaching, some form of crisis, particularly financial.
Programme
Henry Smith Charity           For groups experiencing social and/or economic
                              disadvantage.
Higher Apprenticeships        Supports the development of thousands of new Higher
Fund (England)                Apprenticeships.
Jill Franklin Trust           For self-help groups, groups who are working with
                              asylum seekers and charities organising respite care.
J Paul Getty Jnr Charitable   To relief poverty and support disadvantaged people.
Trust
Ladbrokes in the              Supports a wide range of causes, including: schools,
Community Charitable          hospices and hospitals, youth support, medical, social
Trust                         sciences, arts, environment, animals and sports.
LankellyChase Foundation      Promoting the use of the arts by people with severe ,
                              and encouraging vulnerable young people to
                              participate in arts activities
Law Society Charity           Supports charitable work related to the law and the
                              legal profession
Lawrence Atwell's Charity     To help young people free themselves from poverty
                              and disadvantage by heading into the job they want.

Links Foundation              To tackle social exclusion and poverty by helping
                              disadvantaged individuals and communities.
Live UnLtd                    Supports young social entrepreneurs aged 11 – 21
                              with up to £5,000 to start up their own social venture to
                              help other people; from sports teams and recreational
                              groups to hosting events, which is then coupled with
                              non-financial support from a designated Live UnLtd
                              Development Manager in their region.

Lloyds TSB Foundation for     To tackle disadvantage.
England
Lords Taverners Non-Turf      To involve disadvantaged children in cricket.
Pitch Grants
Manifold Charitable Trust     Preservation of building of historic or architectural
                              interest and for religious establishments.
Marsh Christian Trust         Social welfare, literature, arts and heritage,
                              environmental causes, conservation and animal
                              welfare, healthcare and medical research, education
                              and training, miscellaneous and overseas appeals.
Media Trust - Volunteer       To enhance charities’ communications and enable
Filmmaking                    communities to find their voice and make it heard.
Mini Mediabox                 Funding for youth-led projects.
The Mothercare Group          Good health and well-being of mums-to-be, new mums
Foundation                    and their children; special baby-care needs and
                              premature births; other parenting initiatives.
National Churches Trust       To promote a culture that recognises and supports
                              church buildings of historic, architectural and
                              community value.
Nationwide Foundation         Money, homes and families matters.
Small Grants
NatWest and RBS £100          Money to help new franchises in the UK, making it


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Million Franchise Fund      easier for businesses to secure funding and receive
                            the help and experience of franchising relationship
                            managers
Noel Buxton Trust           Welfare of children in disadvantaged families and of
                            children in care, penal reform, welfare of prisoners and
                            their families, rehabilitation of prisoners and work with
                            young people at risk of offending, sustainable
                            development and education in Eastern and Southern
                            Africa.
Nominet Trust               Initiatives that contribute to a safe, accessible Internet
                            used to improve lives and communities.
Mustard Seed Programme      To community groups offering all kinds of support to
                            people living in poorest communities.
The Naturesave Trust:       To fund environmental and conservation projects.
Community Renewable
Energy Grants
O2 “Think Big”              To create or change, start a project to make it better.
Oak Foundation              Current focus: initiatives tackling domestic violence;
                            violence stemming from culture, religion or tradition;
                            sexual violence in conflict; refugee and immigration
                            situations; exploitation and human trafficking;
Office for Low Emission     These grants will enable the purchase of ultra-low
Vehicles Plug-in Car        carbon vehicles which may otherwise be unaffordable.
Grants (UK)                 The existing Plug-in Car Grant offers 25% - up to
                            £5,000 – to motorists buying a new plug-in car. Under
                            the terms of the new scheme, van buyers will be able
                            to receive 20% - up to £8,000 - off the cost of a plug-in
                            van.
Old Possum’s Practical      For literary, artistic, musical and theatrical projects.
Trust
The Onaway Trust            Environmental, educational and animal welfare
                            projects.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation      Arts, education and learning, social justice and India.
People’s Postcode Trust     For organisations to provide more efficient services,
                            and to promote the use of volunteers.
Peter Cruddas Foundation    To benefit disadvantaged and disengaged young
                            people.
The Peter De Haan           Social welfare, the environment and the arts.
Charitable Trust
The Pilgrim Trust           Preservation and scholarship and social welfare.
Porticus UK                 Strengthening family relationships, enriching
                            education, transformation through faith and ethics in
                            practice.
Princes Initiative for      Loan scheme is available to people over the
Mature Enterprise (PRIME)   age of 50 who wish to become self employed or
                            set up their own business
The Prince’s Trust          To help young people.
Community Cash Awards
Pure One Destination        Low interest loans are available to cover the upfront
Carbon Fund (UK)            cost of installing renewable energy technologies
Rank Foundation Small       Minor grants of less than £7,500.
Grants
Rayne Foundation            Arts, education, health and medicine and social
                            welfare and development.


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RDPE LEADER                    To help revitalise and support rural businesses and
Programme                      rural communities in the Wealden and Rother areas.
Rowing Foundation              For young people and the disabled through their
                               participation in sport and games.
Royal British Legion           To support serving and ex-Service people and their
External Grants Scheme         dependants who are suffering financially.
Rugby Football Foundation      To invest in community rugby football facilities.
Rufford Maurice Laing          For nature conservation projects in developing
Foundation                     countries
Rye Fund                       For initiatives that benefit the local community of Rye
                               and its surrounding villages.
Saint Sarkis Charity Trust     For charities concerned with the Armenian Community
                               in the UK and abroad.
Santander Foundation           Education and training and financial capability.
SCM Philanthropy               Early childhood, education, health, natural
                               environment and skills, jobs and economic security.
Scottish Power Energy          For projects designed to reduce fuel poverty.
People Trust
Sir Cliff Richard Charitable   For charities working in medical research, with children
Trust                          and the elderly, and those involved with the physically
                               and/or mentally disabled.
Seary Charitable Trust         Scholarships, bursaries, exhibitions or maintenance
                               allowances to individuals and musical groups in the UK
                               to help develop and further their music education.
                               Also provides clothing, instruments or books, to
                               individuals on leaving school, university or other
                               educational establishment to prepare them for, or
                               assist their entry into a musical career.
                               Grants to enable travel are also available.
Souter Charitable Trust        Revenue grants for "projects engaged in the relief of
                               human suffering in the UK or overseas, particularly
                               those with a Christian emphasis”.
South Downs National           A grant to support local community projects that have
Park Sustainable               a positive impact on future generations and take full
Communities Fund               consideration of social, economic and environmental
                               concerns.
Sport England Small            Supports local community sport projects which seek to
Grants Programme               increase participation, sustain participation or develop
                               opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.

Sport for You                  £1,000 Amateur Sports Clubs Grant packages for
                               community and amateur sports clubs such as village
                               cricket clubs, the lawn bowls clubs, badminton club,
                               amateur boxing clubs
The Steel Charitable Trust     Arts and culture, education, environment,
                               disadvantaged and health.
Theatres Protection Fund       Small Capital Grants Scheme for theatres run by
                               charities and not-for-profit groups
The True Colours Trust         Hydrotherapy pools, multi sensory rooms, mini buses,
Small Grants                   young carers projects, sibling projects and
                               bereavement support.
Trusthouse Charitable          Rural communities and/or areas of urban deprivation in
Foundation                     the fields of community support; arts, education and
                               heritage; disability and health care.


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Tudor Trust                 For a wide range of people and organisations working
                            to achieve lasting change in their communities.
UK Film Council’s Film      For emerging or world class filmmakers who are
Fund                        capable of creating distinctive and entertaining work.
The V&A Purchase Grant      V&A Purchase Grant fund helps regional museums,
fund                        record offices and specialist libraries to acquire objects
                            relating to the arts, literature and history for their
                            permanent collections
The Village CORE            For communities looking to set up and run a
programme                   community-owned rural shop.
Violet Clegg Fund:          Funding for travellers who are going through hardship.
Travellers Aid Trust
Volant Charitable Trust     This Trust was set up by the author J K Rowling to
                            support charitable causes. It has two broad areas of
                            funding: Research into the causes, treatment and
                            possible cures of Multiple Sclerosis.
Wakeham Trust               To help people rebuild their communities through
                            neighbourhood projects, community arts projects,
                            projects involving community service by young people,
                            or projects set up by those who are socially excluded.
W G Edwards Charitable      To benefit older people
Foundation
WH Smith Trust              Local communities, education and lifelong learning.
Wooden Spoon                Underprivileged children and young people.
Worshipful Company of       Young people at risk of criminal involvement.
Weavers
The Yapp Charitable Trust   Elderly people, children and young people, people with
                            disabilities or mental health problems, people trying to
                            overcome life-limiting problems of a social origin.
Young Roots                 Young people aged 13-25 involved with their heritage.
Your Heritage               Local, regional or national heritage projects.




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