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The Eric W Vincent Trust Fund

Amount: £500 to £1,000

Round Deadline: 8:21am - Sat 21st October, 2017

The Eric W Vincent Fund fund is a small charity based in and operating in the West Midlands. It makes small grants to local organisations (usually registered charities) and sometimes to disadvantaged individuals in the local area.

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The Field Family Charitable Trust

Round Deadline: 8:24am - Sat 21st October, 2017

The Field Family Charitable Trust, which was formally known at the The Woodlands Trust, is a Trust that supports the elderly and young people aged between 16-25. The Trust looks to support initiatives in the West Midlands and London, which they class as within the boundary of the M25.

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The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation

Round Deadline: 8:55am - Sat 21st October, 2017

Fighting Corners: Knowing that someone is fighting your corner is half the battle won. The Jack And Ada Beattie Foundation-concerned with supporting victims of social or physical injustice. The Foundation assists the vulnerable and marginalised in Birmingham+London. We're interested in fighting someone's corner. Helping those who have been abandoned and slipped through the net of Government help.

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Jarman Charitable Trust

Amount: £50 to £275

Round Deadline: 9:39am - Sat 21st October, 2017

Areas of work: General charitable purposes, including education and training, health and disability, relief of poverty, environment and conservation.

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Johnnie Johnson Trust

Amount: £2,000 to £5,000

Round Deadline: 9:55am - Sat 21st October, 2017

A GRANT MAKING TRUST TO OTHER CHARITIES WHO PROMOTE OR PROVIDE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE UK, PARTICULARLY THE DISADVANTAGED AND LESS ABLE. ACTIVITIES WILL NORMALLY BE TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIVIDUAL BY BEING PHYSICALLY AND/OR MENTALLY CHALLENGING. SAILING AND WATER SPORTS IN THE MIDLANDS ARE A PRIORITY. GRANTS ARE NORMALLY ONE OFF, FOR EQUIPMENT OR FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES.

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The Keith Coombs Trust community

Amount: up to £500

Round Deadline: 10:28am - Sat 21st October, 2017

Focuses on charities for children with learning and physical disabilities as well as disabled adults and charities which encourage self help amongst young people. It gives preference to charities which do not benefit from state funding. The trust receives funding from S&U and its employees.

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The Matt Kendall Foundation

Amount: up to £500

Round Deadline: 3:58pm - Tue 24th October, 2017

The Matt Kendall Foundation, the legacy of the late youth and community
worker, Matt Kendall, is now considering applications for grants for young
people all year round

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Rosa’s Woman to Woman Fund

Amount: £5,000 to £25,000

Round Deadline: 11:19am - Wed 25th October, 2017

Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls has announced that they have invested £598,021 in 38 projects across the UK through the first round of the Woman to Woman fund. This fund, supported by the so-called ‘Tampon Tax', will support groups that work with women and girls from disadvantaged communities or in disadvantaged areas in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Toy Trust

Amount: up to £5,000

Round Deadline: 11:25am - Wed 25th October, 2017

Charities working with disadvantaged young people aged 13 or below can apply for funding of up to £5,000 from the Toy Trust.

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Together Grants

Amount: up to £5,000

Round Deadline: 11:35am - Wed 25th October, 2017

The programme offers grants of up to £5,000 for faith-based organisations to engage in social action, either for initiating or developing community work.

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Lady Tangye Charitable Trust

Amount: £1,000 to £2,000

Round Deadline: 3:37pm - Thu 26th October, 2017

General charitable purposes:
Education/training, the advancement of health or saving of lives, disability, the prevention or relief of poverty, overseas aid/famine relief, religious activities, arts/culture/heritage/science. animals, environment/conservation/heritage, economic/community development/employment.

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Comic Relief Fund: Core Strength – Local Communities

Amount: £1,000 to £5,000

Deadline: 11:59pm - Thu 26th October, 2017

This 12 month programme will provide funding for groups’ core costs – meaning expenditure that is not connected to delivering projects but focusing on investing in the organisation as a whole, such as basic running costs (e.g. rent/overheads of office, core staff such as administrators, staff/volunteer training, business planning or development).

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Langdale Trust

Amount: £1,000 to £4,000

Round Deadline: 2:23pm - Sat 28th October, 2017

Areas of work:
General charitable purposes, including health causes, environment and conservation, young people, older individuals and social welfare.

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Lillie Johnson Charitable Trust

Amount: £1,000 to £5,000

Round Deadline: 2:29pm - Sat 28th October, 2017

Areas of work:
General charitable purposes, including children and young people and medical causes

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Limoges CT

Amount: £500 to £1,000

Round Deadline: 2:32pm - Sat 28th October, 2017

Areas of work:
General charitable purposes, including health, heritage and community purposes, animals, young people and nautical causes.

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Connected Communities Innovation Fund

Amount: £50,000 to £250,000

Deadline: 11:59pm - Mon 30th October, 2017

Working in partnership, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Nesta have set up a new £4 million fund that aims to widen volunteering opportunities for people 50 years and older in England.

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Transforming British Tennis Together Fund

Round Deadline: 12:00am - Tue 31st October, 2017

Together we can transform British Tennis, if you can bring together local partners, are committed to making a difference and if you have the vision we want to hear from you.

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The Edgar E Lawley Foundation

Amount: up to £1,500

Deadline: 11:59pm - Tue 31st October, 2017

The Edgar E Lawley Foundation is a grant giving Charitable Foundation founded in 1961 by a gift from the late Edgar E Lawley (1889 – 1977).Mr Lawley was a highly successful businessman and philanthropist renowned for his chain of china and glassware shops, “Lawley’s of Regent Street”.

He was also Chairman of St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School; a member of the General Council of the King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London and a member of the Governing Council of Imperial College.

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The Magic Little Grants Fund

Amount: £250 to £500

Deadline: 11:59pm - Tue 31st October, 2017

Localgiving's Magic Little Grants scheme provides small unrestricted grants on behalf of grant makers to local charities and community groups to support their vital work.

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Projects that Support Disadvantaged Young People

Deadline: 11:59pm - Wed 1st November, 2017

The Trust awards grants to registered charities (including schools and PTAs) that help, support and advance the wellbeing of disadvantaged children and young people up to the age of 21 years. Applications from self-help organisations and charities requiring seed corn funding or pump priming for the development of more extensive fund-raising initiatives are preferred, as are specific project funding requests rather than contributions to broader appeals.