£25 to £250
The trustees have a policy of supporting causes which promote stable family life, self-fulfillment and good citizenship; which help the disadvantaged; and support Christian work and witness. Most giving is directed to charities in the West Midlands area. Grants can range from £25 to £250, but are usually £75 to £100, with a preference for running costs rather than building up capital endowments.
£1,000 to £10,000
Grants are available to UK registered charities for charitable projects that support people of all ages who are socially disadvantaged and/or have mental and/or physical disabilities.
£1,000 to £3,000
The Trust directly seeks to help areas affected by the airport's operation particularly east Birmingham and North Solihull- a full list of postcodes is provided via their website.
up to £1,000
The CSRT aims to improve the conditions of boys and girls under the age of 21 and of all other persons by reason of their poverty who would otherwise be unable to obtain facilities for recreational or other leisure time occupations.
up to £500
General Charitable Purposes Where The Trustees Have Discretion As To The Charities Selected
Beneficial areas include UK with a preference for Coventry and West Midlands.
£500 to £10,000
Grants for clubs, community groups and regions across the UK with an active interest in wider canoeing participation.
up to £200
Coaching grant to increase and/or retain the number of young people (age range up to U25) participating in table tennis and/or increase equality in the sport – by increasing the number of women and girls, disabled people or those from ethnically diverse communities participating.
Funding for Floodlights
£500 to £2,000
Grants are available to UK registered charities for projects for the benefit of people of all ages with physical and mental disabilities within the UK.
£500 to £1,500
Grants are available to voluntary and community groups in the UK to help run summer play schemes for the benefit of disadvantaged children.
£2,000 to £3,000
Makes grants to charitable causes within the scope of the Trust Deed to encourage and strengthen community activities in Birmingham, Dudley,Wolverhampton and Walsall postcode areas. The Trust does not normally support national charities, CICs or social enterprises.
up to £20,000
Development Loans are available for Bowls clubs affiliated with Bowls England and relates to any item such as clubhouse improvements, fencing, car parks and changing rooms and loans of up to £20,000 (free of interest), repayable over up to eight years, are available.
£250 to £10,000
Only applications from UK registered not-for-profit organisations will be considered.
Applicants and grant beneficiaries should be based or operating in the North and the Midlands.
Grants are available to local non-profit organisations and groups for projects within two miles of a One Stop store in Great Britain that benefit local communities by helping to improve lives and local places.
Grants are available for sailing clubs in the UK to promote participation in boating by those who are disadvantaged by reason of youth, age, infirmity or disability, financial hardship or social circumstances.
up to £500
Funding for LGBT Projects Run by Young People
vInspired, the Volunteering Charity, has announced that its Cashpoint grants scheme has announced that its Loud and Proud grants programme is open for applications. These grants are accepting applications for LGBT+ projects.
The Cashpoint grants scheme offers grants of up to £500 to give young people (aged 14-25) the opportunity to bring their ideas to life.
There are no closing dates for applications and grants will be awarded on a continuous basis until all available monies are exhausted.
up to £3,000
A small number of grants are available to registered charities for the advancement of education, arts and culture, amateur sports, the promotion of good health and relief for sickness in the UK and Africa.
£1,250 to £1,500
The Bursaries will be awarded to promising girl golfers who wish to further their education at University or College, within the British Isles, after school academic year 12, and at the same time continue to develop their golfing skills. They should be of English nationality by birth or have either parent of English nationality, or have been resident in England for the last two years. The Bursaries are to provide financial assistance for educational expenses of girls in further education.
up to £75
The Scheme provides a guaranteed level of reimbursement against fees for accredited training to assist them become a sports coach, referee, umpire or other official.
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