Building on the success of last year’s online funding fair we are doing something a little bigger this year over 3 days
Thursday 25th March is another day of national funders
How this will work is each funder has been allocated a 30 minute session using Zoom to explain what funding they have and also how the application process works. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. You will need to book separately for each session you wish to attend.
This is a FREE event but if you fancy helping us with the costs you can donate the cost of a coffee
The funders attending so far are:
The Key Fund offers flexible loans and grant/loan packages to help community and social enterprises to start up, become sustainable, or grow
The Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to UK charities. The Foundation does not support applications from individuals. The Foundation supports charities in three main areas:
- Main Grants Scheme, supporting charities whose core work covers Arts and Learning
- The Foyle School Library Scheme
- Small Grants Scheme, supporting charities in all fields with a turnover of less than £150,000 per annum.
The Foundation aims to be responsive to where need is greatest and therefore supports a wide range of charitable activity in the following categories:
- Museums & Heritage
We administer community funds (CF) on behalf of Local Authorities, large scale renewable energy developers including wind farms and solar farms, landfill operators (through the Landfill Communities Fund), and other renewable energy plants.
We believe that understanding, valuing and sharing our heritage brings people together, inspires pride in communities and boosts investment in local economies. We distribute National Lottery grants from £3,000 to £5million and over, funding projects that sustain and transform the UK's heritage Increasing resilience
We want everyone in England regardless of their age, background or level of ability to feel able to take part in sport and physical activity. But too often the people with the most to gain from being active are the least able to take part. That’s why we’re on a mission to address this injustice and transform sport and physical activity so that people and places everywhere can benefit. We do this by providing expertise, insight and funding that improves the nation’s long term physical and mental health.
We help communities across the UK find enterprising new ways to revitalise the old buildings they love. We provide advice, grants and loans, and our support acts as a catalyst for putting sustainable heritage at the heart of vibrant local economies.