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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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Grants are available to assist schools and community groups (including Parish Councils) in undertaking well-planned tree planting projects this coming winter across the UK, preferably during National Tree Week. (28th November to 6th December 2020), or as near as possible afterwards.
The Foundation offers grants to support people of all ages living on low incomes who have a physical and/or mental disability or long term illness. During the COVID-19 crisis they are focusing on smaller charities providing front line community services.
Reaching older people most likely to be missing out – now and beyond the coronavirus pandemic. The Grants Fund will have four separate funding rounds, with each round having £500,000 available and where organisation can apply to receive up to £15,000 each.
Charitable organisations that are working to keep people who are homeless safe and supported during the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for grants of between £10,000 and £100,000 (depending on the annual turnover of the organisation). First deadline for applications is 27th May 2020.
The Youth Endowment Fund (YEF) is providing the funding with the aim of reaching and helping vulnerable children (aged 10-14) who are at risk of being drawn into crime and violence and who, as a result of coronavirus/COVID-19 and social distancing measures, may have lost the support they rely on.