A number of funding streams have come to my attention in recent weeks. I haven't put much information about each one down but the website's should have everything you need.
Greenprints UK (The SITA Trust)
- grants of up to £10,000 and practical support available for greenspace improvement projects carried out by young people aged 16-25. http://www.sitatrust.org.uk/apply/greenprints
Arts Awards UK (Wellcome Trust)
- applications invited for up to £30,000 for projects that engage the public with biomedical science through the arts including dance, drama, performance arts, visual arts, music, film, craft, photography, creative writing or digital media.
Digital Film Archive Fund - South East (Screen South)
Grants of between £500 and £30,000 for projects that increase public access to regional screen heritage.
Young Roots, UK (Heritage Lottery Fund)
- grants of between £3,000 and £25,000. The scheme aims to involve 13-20 year-olds (up to 25 for those with special needs) in finding out about:
o their heritage
o developing skills
o building confidence
o promoting community involvement
Hilton in The Community Foundation (UK)
- Grants of up to £50,000 for organisations that work in the following areas: Young People - Education; Young People - Health; and Disaster Relief and International Fund
Nationwide Foundation Grants Programme (UK)
- grants of up to £300,000 over three years are available to charities with an income not exceeding £10 million a year. The type of issues that the Foundation seeks to address include:
o Financial exclusion
o Housing issues and homelessness amongst vulnerable groups
o Supporting families and helping prevent family breakdowns
They also have a small grants fund for grants of up to £5,000
Support for Community Projects Tackling Poverty Related Health Inequalities (London) (Church Urban Fund)
- grants of up to £10,000 to organisations with an annual income of less than £150,000 that are based in London. Successful projects will need to demonstrate:
o A link with a faith or belief group and/or a church or other place of worship
o Plans to consult/work with a relevant health agency
o That they are tackling the effects of poverty and addressing health inequalities
o And either a new approach to a new situation or a thoughtful development in response to ongoing needs.
£1 Million Available to Support Youth Projects (UK) (Princes Trust)
- The Awards, worth £250 to £5,000, are available to disadvantaged 14 to 25-year-olds who want to transform their area and learn practical skills.
o be run and managed by people between the ages of 14 and 25
o clearly benefit the local community
o benefit the people running the project
o be a new or developing project