Mayor's Safer Communities Fund Grant Round 3, Now Open - 11th November.
Calderdale Cares Community Programme Board (3CPB): Calderdale Innovation Funds - Closing 28th October
We are excited to announce that the Calderdale Cares Community Programme Board (3CPB) has received funding to support the creation of new and innovative ideas that will support the development of our community sector. As a Board we want to people to live healthier lives in healthy places all across Calderdale. This additional money presents a great opportunity for us to explore new ideas on the delivery of community services and how they can make a positive contribution to people’s lives. To do this, the Calderdale Cares Community Programme Board is now inviting bids from across the system on how we can develop community services.
CFFC Launches New Programme of Funding for Youth Social Action - Closing 11th November
CFFC is proud to be distributing the latest round of #iwill funding in Calderdale made possible thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund and DCMS. Grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 are available to fund projects to inspire10–14-year-olds to get involved in social action. Examples of projects funded in earlier funding rounds include intergenerational volunteering programmes, environmental initiatives and involving young people in the design and delivery of community activities. Visit https://cffc.co.uk/iwill-2022/ for more information.
Grant Round 3 will support projects which align with the Police and Crime Plan priority; Safer Places and Thriving Communities. We will still welcome applications that support other priorities and cross-cutting themes which support policing, crime and community safety.
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation: Grants for Securing a Fairer Future Now Available
The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, one of the largest grant-making institutions in the UK, has reopened its Fairer Future funding stream with revised priorities. Under the 2022 Strategy, there is a focus on work that contributes to a socially just and anti-racist society, where people have their rights protected, as well as the opportunity to speak and be heard, and the freedom to express their creativity. The minimum grant offered is £30,000, with grants offered across a fairly wide spectrum of sizes. As such, organisations are encouraged to apply for the amount that they need. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Rank Foundation - Pebbles Grants (Capital Funding included)
Funding is available for charities and churches for projects that benefit UK residents in UK communities. Grants range from £250 to £4,000 depending on the total cost of the project. The total cost of the project should not exceed £150,000.
Aviva Community Fund - Cost of Living Boost (with Crowdfunding)
The rising cost of living is putting extra strain on individuals, communities and the causes that support them. The need is greater than ever, and funding isn’t stretching as far. With our additional £2 million Cost of Living Boost, the Aviva Community Fund will support the causes helping those who need it most. If you’re one of those organisations working tirelessly to meet cost of living challenges, apply to the Aviva Community Fund today and we’ll match every individual donation you receive up to £250*.