This Week's Funding News wc 3rd February 2020


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New or Updated Funding Initiatives

The Inman Charity

A small trust making annual distributions of over £325,000 in grants to a wide range of UK Registered Charities.  Particularly interested in supporting medical research, care of the elderly, general welfare, hospices, the Deaf and Blind, care of the physically & mentally disabled and the Armed Forces

Find out more on the website

George Best Belfast City Airport: Community Fund

Minor Grants of less than £2,500 and Major Grants of more than £2,500 for Community, Education and Training, Health and Wellbeing

Social (including sport, leisure and recreation) and Environmental and Sustainability projects, ideally based within Ards and North Down Borough Council or Belfast City Council or the Greater Belfast area.   

Find out more on the website

The Honourable The Irish Society

Supports a COUNTY LONDONDERRY FUND offering grants of up to £250 for individuals and up to £1000 for groups across County Londonderry.

Also supports a NORTHERN IRELAND FUND offering a limited number of grants between £1,000 and £2,000 to smaller charitable organisations elsewhere in NI (outside County Londonderry) with an operating income below £250,000 per annum.

Find out more on the website


Key Dates for your Fundraising Diary

Good Things Foundation: BT Skills for Tomorrow 2020/21

A partnership between BT and Good Things Foundation designed to empower 10 million individuals to benefit from the digital world.   Contracts of £3000, £5000 and £10,000 are available (depending on the number of learners) with NI’s eligible areas for applications being Belfast (priority), County Antrim, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, Enniskillen (priority)

Application Closing Date (5pm) 14 Feb 2020

Find out more on the website

Aviva Community Fund

Every three months, £250,000 will be shared equally among Aviva’s UK employees to donate to the projects that matter to them most. Each charity can apply for funding of up to a maximum of £50,000.  This funding scheme aims to mix crowdfunding and awards of funds.

Submission Closing Date (23.59pm) 11 Feb 2020

Find out more on the website

Probation Board for NI: Community Service & Supervised Order Placements Grants

PBNI invites applications from organisations in the VCS sector to provide local meaningful work placements with supervision for individuals who are subject to Community Service / Supervised Activity Orders imposed by the Courts. 

Application Deadline (4pm) 14 Feb 2020

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