This Week's Funding News wc 13th January 2020


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New or Updated Funding Initiatives

The Fermanagh Trust Grants Programme

Supports Fermanagh groups in their efforts to improve and promote the well-being of those who are disadvantaged and socially excluded. Grants are normally £150 - £3,000 maximum and can be for capital, project and revenue funding. Interest free loans are also available in special circumstances. (Evidence is needed of local fundraising.)

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The Pilgrim Trust

Aims to preserve and promote Britain’s historical and intellectual assets and to provide assistance to vulnerable members of society.  They do this by supporting projects where their funds will make the greatest impact and are also interested in projects where charities are having difficulty in raising funds from other sources.

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Key Dates for your Fundraising Diary

Arts Council NI: Creative Industries Seed Fund

Designed to encourage Cross-Sectoral Collaboration, drive innovation in technologies and create new content, products, services and experiences, this fund aims to assist entrepreneurs, businesses, or organisations to undertake projects that contribute to the growth of the creative industries and unlock future income generation.  100% grants are available to cover costs of between £500 and £10,000 for a project.

Deadline for applications: Monday 27th January 2020 at 4pm

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Good Things Foundation: Make It Click

The Make It Click programme is funded by, and aims to support 30,000 'limited users' to improve their work based digital skills and become more confident, capable internet users. Three contract sizes available -  £1,250 to support 31 learners, £2,500 to support 63 learners and £5,000 to support 125 learners.

Make It Click Belfast & NI Closing Date 31 Jan 2010

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Will Charitable Trust

The Will Charitable Trust provides funding to charities operating in the fields of Blindness; Learning Disabilities; and Cancer.

Blind people and Learning disabilities deadline 31 Jan 2020

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G&H Roberts Community Trust

A very small family trust that funds small community projects that support the advancement of education, community development, human rights, environmental protection, conflict resolution and reconciliation.  Distributes around £12000 per annum. Usually awards are between £250 - £2,000. 

Deadline for Submissions 31 Jan 2020

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Anchor Foundation

Supporting Christian charities concerned with social inclusion, particularly through ministries of healing and the arts. Grants range from £500 to £10,000.31

Application Deadline 31 Jan 2020

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