up to £50,000
We partner with small and local charities across England and Wales, helping people overcome complex social issues. We’re an independent charitable trust funded by the profits of Lloyds Banking Group.
£500 to £1,500
The Return to Play: Small Grant application has been submitted to help towards increasing participation, engagement and providing young people aged 11-18 with sporting opportunities both inside and outside of school hours - focusing on a 'return to normal play' after lockdown restrictions.
up to £10,000
Trustees of the Trust are committed to supporting a large number of excellent local organisations and projects that support disabled children and their families on a daily basis.
£100 to £5,000
Small grants, between £100-£5,000 (around 100 grants made per year) for social inclusion projects. Prospective applicants should be aware that less than 15% of the applications received are successful.
The Clothworkers’ Foundation aims through its funding to improve the quality of life, particularly for people and communities facing disadvantage.
up to £5,000
BlueSpark Foundation is a registered charity which supports the education and development of children and young people by providing grants for educational, cultural, sporting and other projects.
£1 to £50,000
SUEZ Communities Trust provides funds to not-for-profit organisations to undertake work that is eligible under the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF).
up to £1,000
The CSRT aims to improve the conditions of young people in England under the age of 21 and of all other persons by reasons of their poverty who would otherwise be unable to obtain facilities for recreational or other leisure time occupations.
The Big Society Fund is provided by North Norfolk District Council to help build strong communities in the district. It aims to help communities to develop new and innovative projects which will improve their social and economic wellbeing.
East Midlands Netball will support their affiliated members by providing subsidies and mentoring opportunities to help develop coaches; tutors; umpires; volunteers and players across the region.
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, charitable foundation which provides grants to small community groups or to large national institutions, with the aim to support organisations that have effective solutions to helping those most in need.
The brand new fund, supported by Cash4Clubs, will provide over £4million worth of funding to grassroots clubs and organisations.
£125 to £2,500
The Wakeham Trust generally fund projects that are small scale and would find it hard to get funding from big trusts.
In general they like to help projects that are small scale and would find it hard to get funding from big trusts. They do not respond to national appeals and we (almost) never pay for building work, vehicles, or professional salaries.
up to £5,000
Only registered charities in the U.K. whose primary objectives are to assist one or more of the following groups:
Disadvantaged/underprivileged young people (under 25 years of age)
People with disabilities (physical or learning disabilities) or mental health problems
Older people (aged over 60)
The foundation supports sporting activity or projects which provide opportunities for people who are disabled or otherwise disadvantaged to fulfil their potential and to develop other personal and life skills
£10,000 to £75,000
We award grants towards projects that make improvements to community facilities and the natural environment.
The aim of the Council when awarding these grants is to provide general grant support to the community that will benefit the socio-economic culture and environment of Bassetlaw.
up to £1,500
Every year Gedling Borough Council give money to support local community groups and activities.
up to £5,000
The Nottinghamshire County Councillors' Divisional Fund gives every County Councillor £5,000 to spend on projects, people and organisations in their areas.
Local groups can apply for funding for a wide range of community and environmental projects within 7 miles of a Lafarge - Tarmac site.
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