Project Grants is the new open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects, funded by the National Lottery. The fund will support thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Project Grants opens to applications from 5th March 2018.
The small grants programme supports grassroot community-based projects. The maximum award is £5,000 and the average is £1,500. The Grants committee meets three times a year.
MfA are passionate about helping people to find ways to understand and experience the enjoyment and benefits of playing music. Grants are available both for individuals and for community projects. Annual application deadlines are the 1st November, the 1st February, and the 1st July.
The Trust’s broad policy … is to support three main areas of work, innovative undertakings by Methodist churches and organisations, Other Christian Causes, especially of an ecumenical nature, and a wider category within the fields of the creative arts, education, social and international concern
We encourage good citizenship by supporting organisations that cultivate meaningful opportunities; grants can be given for community service, cultural heritage and leadership.
The Foundation’s aims are to promote culture, heritage and the arts for the public benefit with priority given to the areas of performing arts (music, dance and drama). Not currently accepting applications – check the site from October 2018 for details of a new application process.
The Chapman Charitable Trust (CCT) is a Grant-giving charity. The trustees meet twice a year to distribute the income of the charity. We concentrate new grants in two areas: Activity, health and well-being, including research, and Culture, the natural environment and heritage. Deadlines are 28th February and 31st August annually.