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Youth Music – Small Grants

Youth Music is a national charity investing in music-making projects for children and young people (aged 0-25) experiencing challenging circumstances. Their vision is that one day, all children and young people can make music. Funding is focused on supporting projects for children and young people who face barriers to music-making as a result of who they are, where they live, or the circumstances they’re facing. They support around 350 projects across England each year, with grants ranging from £2,000 – £30,000.

Projects should be centred on either or both of the following:

Music-making for children and young people in challenging circumstances.
Strategic work supporting the development of the workforce, organisations, and/or the wider sector.

Youth Music takes an outcomes approach. Projects support the musical, personal and social development of children and young people, and also support positive outcomes for organisations and their workforce. Every Youth Music project measures its impact, helping them build a unique national overview.

Deadline: 5pm 5 April 2019

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The Lady Neville Charity

Provides grants that will make a clear and significant contribution to grass-roots charitable organisations working in designated priority areas.  If you are a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation, you may be able to apply for a one-off capital grant of up to £1,000.

Organisations applying must be working in at least one of the following three priority areas:

  • Local Heritage projects which help local groups to conserve and restore their landmarks, landscape, traditions and culture.
  • Performing and Visual Arts Groups involved in undertaking a particular activity in any field in this area.
  • Any charitable activity taking place in communities where the Skinners’ Company has existing work or historical links (London area).

The applicant success rate is currently standing at 75% of all eligible applications received.

Deadline: 5pm Friday 22 March 2019

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The Joicey Trust

Grants are made across a wide spectrum for either revenue (including ‘core funding’) or capital expenditure. Applications for research (and research costs within core funding applications) will not normally be supported. The Trustees also generally exclude applications from charities that are not registered within the beneficiary area and where gross incoming resources exceed £1 million as any award would be a very small addition to these resources.

Trustees’ meetings take place twice a year: usually late January/early February and late June/ July.

Next Deadline: 31 May 2019 (early applications are recommended)

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The Adint Charitable Trust

Makes grants of between £250 and £15,000 to registered charities for general charitable purposes, but has a preference for charities working in the fields of education, training, disability, sport and/or recreation.

Applications can be submitted at any time.

Applications should be in writing to the address below and include full details of the charity for which funding is requested.

Mr. Douglas Oram FIH MCIPS, The Adint Charitable Trust, Suite 512, 517, Finchley Road, London NW3 7BN

Email: adintct@gmail.com

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Women First Fund (Smallwood Trust)

They are inviting applications for projects that are demonstrating good practice in achieving outcomes for women on low incomes by building their skills, confidence and aspirations to enable them to enter into employment. Please note, they are looking to fund existing projects that are evidencing good practice.

Organisations can apply for grants of £10,000 to £15,000.

Deadline: 4 March

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The Charity Governance Awards 2019 are open!

Now in its fourth year, the awards aim to recognise and reward great charity governance by shining a spotlight on your success stories and awarding £35,000 in prizes to winning charities.

Has effective governance helped to transform your charity? Do you want to recognise the hard work of your trustees? Then enter one of the seven categories. Shortlisted charities will be invited to an exclusive Awards Ceremony and Reception where the winners will be announced. The winning charity in each category will receive £5,000. Take a look at the criteria and enter the Charity Governance Awards here.

Deadline: 22 January 2019

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Morrison’s Foundation

The Morrison’s Foundation awards grants to community projects that improve people’s lives. Applicants must demonstrate how the project will deliver public benefit, who in the community will specifically benefit and how it will bring about positive change.

Applicants must have raised some funding towards the project elsewhere.

Projects supported have ranged from support groups to children’s hospitals and homeless shelters to hospices. In 2018, over £9m was distributed to 807 organisations.

No specific grant amount. Registered charities. No deadline. Applies to England, Scotland and Wales.

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Kelly Family Charitable Trust

Kelly Family Charitable Trust

Registered charities whose activities support and encourage the family to work as a cohesive unit in tackling problems that face one or more of its members can apply for grants of up to £5,000  – though trustees will consider requests for higher amounts.

The three areas of activity that the charity wishes to support are as follows:

  1. Interventions that support families and help them in ways that prevent the fracture of the family unit.
  2. Families where sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, alcohol abuse and drug abuse threaten the integrity of the family unit.
  3. Prisoners and – in particular – their families, during and after the period of imprisonment.

The Trust will consider both capital and revenue grants. The Trust is happy to support requests for core funding as well as project-based grants, and actively encourages applications from relatively new organisations to help them become established.

The Trust prefers to support charities whose income is below £500,000. However, larger charities with pioneering pilot projects will be considered.

Deadline: 1 March 2019

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The Archer Trust

The Archer Trust is a UK Christian charitable grant-making trust. They aim to support small charities, for whom the grant will make a big difference, who provide aid or support to a defined group of “needy or deserving” people (e.g. those with physical or mental disabilities or the disadvantaged).

The Trust prefer to support organisations working in areas of high unemployment and deprivation and favour charities that make good use of volunteers.

Grants between £250 – £3,000. Registered charities. No deadline (meetings usually March and November).

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Current Vacancy – Project Worker, Gateshead Lunch Buddies

The Hardman Centre is a registered charity providing day services for older people and pre-school education for children aged 3 to 5. They are seeking to recruit a Project Worker for Gateshead Lunch Buddies for 22.5 hours per week. This is a new pilot project funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust which will help prevent malnutrition and social isolation in vulnerable older Gateshead residents.

Salary: FTE £22000 (Actual gross salary £13200)

Closing date for applications: Noon on Friday 1 February 2019

Click here for full details and how to apply.

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