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Funding news this week
A £950,000 Fund is available for partnerships of grassroots voluntary and community organisations across Northern Ireland to purchase items of equipment that will enhance the activities and services they provide to the local community. Applications must include a minimum of 2 organisations.
To support communities and look towards recovery, Belfast City Council are providing microgrants (up to £1,500) and medium grants (up to £5,000) to eligible Belfast-based groups.
Grants of up to £750 are available to local children’s sports clubs or organisations working to improve children’s fitness and health across the UK. The ‘Kit for Kids’ scheme will award 250 grants to provide equipment and kit to help children get active again after the Coronavirus pandemic.
Funding is available to a range of UK arts organisations for projects to transform their activities and build expertise, capacity and connections within and beyond the arts sector. Museums, galleries, historic houses, arts-focussed archives, libraries and festivals will be eligible to apply for support of between £5,000 and £50,000.
Hope for Youth NI provide grants of up to £5000 across NI for projects providing opportunities for young people aged 11-18 to come together from different cultural, ethnic or religious communities to work together on a creative, practical or outdoors project.
Funds closing soon
Offers grants of up to £10,000 to support new music projects led by promoters, talent development organisations, venues, festivals, curators and large performance groups (i,e. 12 + performers).
Local charities have until 14 June to apply for one of 500 grants to support environmental and community belonging projects that will inspire people across the UK to get together and create positive change as the nation emerges from the pandemic.
The Fund will support locally-based festivals across the council area through grant support of between £1,000 and £3,500.
Funding available to improve accessibility for people with disabilities and increase their participation in arts and culture, including some outdoor recreational activities.
Organisations from all sectors across the UK can submit funding bids locally to benefit a range of projects, eg building skills, supporting businesses and enhancing communities.
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