Funding is available to individuals, organisations and networks who work outside school settings to undertake training and continuing professional development (CPD) that will strengthen youth music in Scotland for the benefit of young people.
Areas of low cultural engagement
Grants of up to £50,000 are available to support partnerships from across the arts, health, social care and third sectors to provide high-quality creative projects that deliver health and wellbeing benefits for the people of Wales.
Small charities and not for profit organisations working in the areas of local heritage and the performing and visual arts can currently apply for funding through the Lady Neville Charity grants programme.
Grants of up to £5000 are available for Arts groups to support opera, lieder, composition, and dance.
UK registered charities, public authorities or institutions active in the areas of the Performing Arts and Conservation can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for projects that promote excellence in professional performance in music, dance and theatre
Funding is available for registered charities with an annual income of between £25,000 and £100,000 to improve the lives of people and communities experiencing poverty and trauma.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available to charitable or voluntary organisations which make a difference to their local communities.
Funding is available for small organisations, community groups and registered charities in the South of England, through grants ranging from £500 - £20,000.
Funding is available for constituted community groups and small charities with an annual income of under £25,000 to improve the lives of people and communities experiencing poverty and trauma.
Grants are available to registered charities for new projects which directly improve the lives of local people or communities, especially those that are vulnerable or disadvantaged, in England, Scotland or Wales.