The Stratford Town Trust's mission is to support and enhance the quality of life of the people of Stratford-upon-Avon. To that end, its grants programme has given out £1 million a year since 2001 to a range of local good causes, community projects and things that make Stratford a better place to live, work and study.
The Stoke City Football Club provides the Stoke City Community Fund for small, local community-based projects in Staffordshire and South Cheshire.
Funding is intended to assist local voluntary and community groups provide projects that benefit their local community. Projects should be original and innovative and provide long-term benefit.
Stevenage Borough Council offers the Local Community Budget Grant Scheme to support local community groups and organisations to deliver projects and services that will be beneficial to local residents and will improve the neighbourhood.
Each ward Councillor has a total of £2,500 to distribute throughout the year.
Spelthorne Borough Council wishes to assist the many organisations working within the Spelthorne area to meet the needs of the community.
Grants are available to local community organisations and individuals to fund sports, arts and leisure activities, as well as general charitable activities.
The Council has streamlined the application and allocation system for grants; all applications will now be considered by a panel administering a single budget comprising what was formerly the annual revenue grants, sports, arts and leisure grants.
South Somerset District Council provides its Community Grants scheme as part of its support to local voluntary and community groups and organisations and other not-for-profit organisations working for the benefit of South Somerset.
This funding is aimed at local not-for-profit projects that will improve the local quality of life in the District.
Grants of up to 50% of the project costs with a maximum of £12,500 per project are available.
Larger awards of over £12,500 may be available for particular projects or to groups providing services across South Somerset
Saffron Community Foundation is the charitable arm of Saffron Housing Trust.
Saffron Community Foundation supports projects that are aimed at improving the quality of life and wellbeing of groups and communities in the areas in which Saffron Housing Trust has stock.
• Benefit the local community.
• Encourage local people to get involved.
Grants are awarded to individuals and groups in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk for community projects aimed at improving quality of life and wellbeing.
The scheme is administered and provided by the Northamptonshire Community Foundation.
The general grants programme intends to benefit the whole community and fund a wide range of projects. It aims to help the young and old, those with disabilities, projects which develop the cultural and creative life of a community, healthy living and the environment, as well as sports and recreation.
Small Grants are available for between £250 and £3000 to not for profit groups in Northamptonshire who want to develop the cultural and creative life of their community.
The Northamptonshire County Council Youth Small Grants Programme is provided by Northamptonshire County Council and administered by the Northamptonshire Community Foundation.
The Fund supports activities for young people aged 10 to 19 years (10 to 25 years for those who have a disability).
Grants are available for local voluntary, community and self-help groups to support activities for young people aged 10 to 19 years (10 to 25 years for those who have a disability) in Northamptonshire. Grants of between £2,500 and £10,000 are available.
NW Ipswich Big Local Trust is sponsored by the Big Lottery Fund and covers the area of North West Ipswich, which includes the three wards of Whitton, Whitehouse and Castle Hill. It is made up of 24 Resident Members and 16 Advisory Members who come from a range of statutory agencies, business and the voluntary and community sector.
The Moss Family Fund, created in 2005, is a small family fund administered by the Two Ridings Community Foundation.
Funding is intended for local groups who are working to benefit the communities of Kirkbymoorside. Projects should be charitable in nature.