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Awards for All

This is a grants programme set up to help small groups. The main aim is to fund projects which involve people in their local community, bringing them together to take part in and enjoy a wide range of arts, sports, heritage, education, environment, health and community activities. Grants offered: 500 - 5,000.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:58]

The Baring Foundation

This foundation was set up in 1969 to give money to charities and voluntary organisations pursuing charitable purposes. Their present annual budget for grant-making is over 3 million.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:58]

BBC: Children in Need

Applications are accepted from self help groups, voluntary organisations and registered charities for children who are disadvantaged.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:58]

Community Foundation Network

Community foundations are grant making trusts. They build and manage endowments for the long term benefit of voluntary and community groups within specific geographic areas.
Listed by area at link below.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:58]

National Lottery

This supports charities and voluntary and community groups throughout the UK, and to UK agencies working abroad. The main aim is to help meet the needs of those at greatest disadvantage in society and to improve the quality of life in the community.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:59]

The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation

The foundation is one of the largest independent grant making foundations in the UK particularly for people and communities that face disadvantage.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:59]

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation

JRF is one of the largest independent funders of social science research whose resources do not derive from public funds. It allocates around 7 million a year to its R&D; Programme which includes the fields of housing, social care and social policy.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 09:00]

The Voluntary Sector Training Consortium

This consortium advises voluntary organisations on seeking funds from the EU.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 08:59]

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