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Jul
8
2017

FUNDING FILE

 

 

BOOST CHARITABLE TRUST

Boost believe that sport is for everyone, and want to work with all members of the community to help people fulfil their sporting ambitions.

For more information and to make an application, please click here here.

CENTRAL SOCIAL & RECREATIONAL TRUST

The Central Social and Recreational Trust wish to improve access to sport for young people under the age of 21 who, as a result of poverty, would not otherwise be able to access sport and leisure opportunities.

For more information, click here.

PERSIMMON COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS & HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

Persimmon Home are looking to make grants of up to £1,000 to local community groups and charities through their Community Champions programme.

They are also looking to give away £600,000 through a number of grants, as part of their Healthy Communities programme.

For more information, click here.

SPORT ENGLAND SMALL GRANTS

Grants are available from Sport England to help local communities improve access to sport for local people. In particular Sport England are keen to reach communities that experience deprivation and rural isolation.

For more information, click here.

BROTHER UK FUND

Groups in Tameside can apply for grants of up to £2,000, from local groups that will encourage active participation in volunteering.

Groups applying should have an income of less than £150,000, minimal cash reserves and limited access to funding support.

Click here for more information.

LITTLE POT OF HEALTH WELLBEING FUND

Third sector groups are being invited to apply for grants of up to £1,000 to deliver activities that will help to improve the health of Salford residents. Applications are made online and the deadline is 12 noon on Friday 11th August 2017.

For more information or to apply, click here.

NOMA COMMUNITY FUND

Applications are being taken from groups, who are working with young people aged 11 to 25 years and live within the boundary of the M60.

Groups must be within a 5-mile radius of the NOMA headquarters and have an income less than £100,000.

Applications can be made up to the value of £1,000. There is no specific deadline given.

You can find more details on the Forever Manchester website by clicking here.

YOUTH SOCIAL ACTION FUND – opening soon

Funding is coming available to help groups promote volunteering, fundraising and campaigning by young people aged 10 to 20 years (25 years for those with disabilities). The funding supports the wider #iWill campaign.

The principles that underpin the #iWill ccampaign, are that projects should be:

-   Challenging
-   Youth-led
-   Socially impactful
-   Embedded
-   Reflective

Applications for projects between £1,000 and £5,000 are invited from groups across Greater Manchester and more details can be found by clicking here.

ST JAMES’ PLACE FOUNDATION

Applications can be made for grants of up to £10,000 by groups that operate in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland and who have an annual income of less than £1,000,000.

The themes which projects should match are:

-   Supporting young people with special needs
-   Supporting disadvantaged young people
-   Supporting people with cancer

Guidelines, more information and details of how to apply are available on the website – click here.

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