There are many funding sources which provide support for projects but they open and close throughout the year, often with tight timescales so you really have to be prepared to apply.
The BVA team have compiled a large and varied list of available grants and funds from numerous sources for its members.
Note that some schemes have periods when funding is not available whilst the funder reviews their criteria and target areas, so check out their website or give them a call for the latest position.
Use the buttons to view grants & funds available for specific purposes or select from the full list.
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The Hampshire County Council Short Breaks programme will give parents or full-time carers an opportunity to have a short break from caring to take part in training, leisure activities, day-to-day tasks, or education, and enable children and young people with disabilities and/or additional needs to join in with safe, fun and interesting activities. Open until 12 noon on 6th June 2019.
The Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has an ambition, through his Commissioning and Partnerships Team, to reduce offending and support victims, enabling people to realise their life potential without being drawn into the Criminal Justice System. The Safer Communities Fund is open for applications for funding until the 7th June 2019.
Basingstoke and Deane are seeking proposals from organisations based in the borough that have relevant experience in managing, promoting and facilitating the delivery of arts and cultural programmes. Application forms are available now and the deadline for their submission is Tuesday 14th May 2019 at 12 noon. Projects should be innovative and have a strong artistic idea with clear aims and outputs, as well as measurable outcomes and impact.
Village hall committees are now able to apply for grants of up to £75,000 towards refurbishment and alteration of their buildings. The new funding will cover 20% of the total costs of a project. The application must be a village hall or similar rural community building and a registered charity. New build projects will not be eligible to apply to the fund due to their high costs and long timescales.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK. We fund projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional and local heritage of the UK. We believe that understanding, valuing and sharing our heritage brings people together, inspires pride in communities and boosts investment in local economies.
The Homeless Link Social Investment Fund has, over three years, £4.5m to invest in charities and social enterprises working to reduce homelessness across England. They also offer Enterprise Grants – to help homelessness sector organisations make a transition to new enterprise models or to grow existing ones.