The Rayne Foundation funds creative ways of tackling entrenched social issues through the arts, health, wellbeing and education. They are particularly interested in supporting young people’s mental health, arts as a tool to achieve social change and improving life for carers and older people.
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Raising the Next Generation is one of The MSE Charity’s themed grant programmes for financial capability projects. The next application period will open on 4 February and will support a total of 40 applications.
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NHS England has just published The NHS Long Term Plan which promises to save almost half a million more lives with practical action on major killer conditions and investment in cutting edge treatments.
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This new fund has just opened for applications. It aims to to develop child-centred approaches that address the comprehensive development needs of children during their early years.
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The FSI’s popular small charity training is back in London from 5-7 February, with support from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Continue reading “Transform Your Fundraising and Governance – for just £10 – £20”
Localgiving’s Grow Your Tenner campaign launches at 10am on Tuesday 11 December 2018. It’s an annual match funding opportunity which runs for one month, or until the £100,000 pot is fully allocated.
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Civil Society has published its final report on the VCSE sector and how it must adapt in coming years. The report follows a two year national conversation, funded by a partnership of eight organisations.
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The Will Charitable Trust awards grants to registered charities for activities that fall within three specific categories.
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Albert Hunt Trust grants of between £1,000 to £5,000 are available to registered charities for projects that promote and enhance physical and mental welfare.
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The Greater London Fund for the Blind supports organisations who work with or wish to work with blind and partially sighted people within the M25 area. Up to £20,000 is available for a range of project areas.
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