New or Updated Funding Initiatives
The Smallwood Trust provides grants to organisations and individuals and work with selected partners to help women overcome financial adversity and to improve their social and emotional well-being.
Comic Relief: Tackling Violence against Women and Girls Fund
A funding pot of £4 million to support organisations working to end violence and abuse experienced by women and girls across the UK. They expect to make up to 40 grants of £60,000-£120,000 for 1-3 years and may award grants larger than £120,000 for partnership bids.
Comic Relief: Safe, Secure, Settled Fund
This initiative will invest in projects that are using sport to improve the lives of young people up to 25 without a safe or secure place to live, helping them to gain the skills and resources to lead safe and positive lives. Grants will range from £100,000 to £500,000, over 2-4 years.
Will Charitable Trust
The Will Charitable Trust provides funding to UK registered charities operating in the fields of Blindness; Learning Disabilities; and Cancer.
Key Dates for your Fundraising Diary
Co-operation with Northern Ireland
The Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht’s funding Scheme for not for profit bodies running projects which enhance, celebrate or commemorate the artistic, cultural, musical, film or heritage of the Island of Ireland on a North/South basis.
Application Deadline 18 May 2018
The Theatres Trust: UK Theatres Small Grants Scheme
A capital fund that awards up to £5,000 to theatres across the UK run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres would make to their work in local communities.
Round 12 Closing Date (12 Noon) 21 May 2018
Hovis: Live Good Local Challenge - have you applied yet?
To celebrate the success of Hovis Live Good in Northern Ireland, Hovis are offering local groups, clubs and non-profit organisations that help the community ‘Live Good’, the chance to win £3000 with the Hovis Live Good Local Challenge.
Application Closing Date 25 May 2018
Slieve Rushen Wind Farm Fund (Fermanagh Groups)
The Slieve Rushen Wind Farm Fund offers funding of £2000 for community initiatives and also capital grants up to £10,000 per annum in any financial year, over a 3 – 5 year period which will have a lasting legacy on the lives of people living in the area.
Closing Date 26 May 2018
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