The W G Edwards Charitable Foundation
The W G Edwards Charitable Foundation is an independent grant-making charity, which assists with the provision of care for older people. The Foundation assists with capital projects, refurbishment and equipment in addition to innovative schemes for ongoing care. Grants usually between £1,000 to £3,000, with the average grant being £1,700.
The deadline for applications for the January meeting is: December 10th. For further information on how to apply and for any exclusions please click here.
National Lottery Community Fund: The Platinum Jubilee Fund
The Platinum Jubilee celebrates 70 years of Her Majesty The Queen’s reign and to mark this occasion, The National Lottery Community Fund will fund 70 projects across the UK. They want to fund projects that create a greater legacy for our places and spaces, and that support new opportunities, activities and build better relationships with one another, across generations and with the natural world. They can pay for activities or items, costing between £30,000 – £50,000 that meet at least two of the funding criteria. You must spend the money within two years of your award.
The deadline for applications is: December 15th. For further information on how to apply and for any exclusions please click here.
The Woodward Charitable Trust
The Woodward Charitable Trust is a grant-making trust and is one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts. They favour charities which make good use of volunteers and encourage past and current users to participate. The Trust only makes grants for core costs rather than specific projects and favour charities which deal with: children and young people, disadvantaged families, and prisoners/ex-offenders. The majority are smaller grants of up to £3,000, but usually of £1,000 or less.
The deadline for applications is: December 17th. For further information on how to apply and for any exclusions please click here.
The Asda Foundation- Investing in Spaces and Places grant
The Asda Foundation supports small, grass roots organisations in several ways throughout the year. Working with Asda’s Community Champions in store, we are able to work with a range of organisations and groups on a variety of local community projects. Investing in Spaces and Places is a new higher value Asda Foundation grant for local groups aimed at improving community spaces and places where local people can be together and thrive. The first round of Investing in Spaces and Places Grants is now open and grants range from £5,000 to £25,000. Closing date: 9/1/2022. For details on eligibility and how to apply, please click here.
Election 2022 Engagement Series
NICVA Fundraising Advice is delighted to present the #DigitalFundraising Webinar Series 2021. Set over four days between 6th-10th December, NICVA members can choose from a range of sessions hosted by experts who offer inspiring ideas, useful tips, handy products and motivating discussions as we delve into the latest trends and innovations to help your charity thrive in the digital environment in our ever-increasing cashless society.
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