Areas of low cultural engagement

Gatwick Airport Community Trust (South East of England)

 

The Gatwick Airport Community Trust has re-opened for applications. The Trust funds projects that are targeted towards the development of young people, the arts, sporting facilities, environmental improvement and conservation, improvements to community facilities, volunteering, the elderly and the disabled. 

Grants of between £1,000 and  £5,000 are available to a wide range of organisations including charities, schools, and sports clubs. 

National Lottery Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music Fund

 

A ring-fenced fund of £1.5 million will be available until September 2023. After this time, it will continue as a Project Grant priority until September 2025.  

We welcome applications from those who work with all types of musical types and genres. We are keen to support projects that bring the full spectrum of contemporary popular music genres to live audiences. This includes genres like:

Creative steps for organisations

 

The aim of this programme is to support individuals and organisations who have experienced barriers to accessing our funding. Creative Steps aims to address this by supporting artists, creatives, and organisations throughout their developmental journey.

You’ll find full details on the programme in the Guidelines.

There are Creative Steps programmes for Individuals and Organisations.

Foyle Foundation

 

Online applications for charities whose annual turnover is less than £150,000.

Small Grants Scheme (£2000 -10,000) supporting charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.

Active Communities

 

Active Communities - Our open funding programme open in different parts of Great Britain at different times. We're looking for small and local projects, genuinely designed and run by local people. We offer funding of between £5,000 and £40,000 for projects lasting up to two years.

Your project should be for people who experience greater social and economic disadvantage than those living in other areas. It should create stronger connections between people by helping them to meet up regularly.

Ahavas Chesed Trust

 

The Ahavas Chesed Trust supports a range of charitable causes including education/training; advancement of health or saving of lives; the prevention or relief of poverty; and religious activities. Grant funding is available to individuals and organisations throughout England and Wales. 

To apply or for more information please contact the email/phone numbers above. 
 

Hadrian Trust

The Hadrian trust is a grant giving organisation that provides funding to social welfare and charitable organisations working for the benefit of the people and the environment of Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and Durham, including Hartlepool.