Community cohesion

Northamptonshire - General Grants Programme

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.

Northamptonshire County Council Youth Small Grants Programme

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.

Moss Family Fund

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.

Mid Suffolk - Minor Grants

Mid Suffolk District Council provides grants for small scale projects that help to promote community activities, environmental improvements, self help activities, local events, participation in art and sporting activities as well as schemes promoting education and health improvements in the local community.

KCC Combined Members Grant Scheme

The Combined Members Grant Scheme provides support to small-scale, local community projects that meet Kent County Council's overall objectives.
These grants can support a lot of different activities, including:
• Marketing and training costs.
• Community safety schemes.
• Sports projects.
• Larger refurbishment projects in community halls

Any organisation or group with a current bank account may apply.

Hull - Grants to Arts

The Grants to Arts programme is provided and administered by the City Arts Unit of Kingston upon Hull City Council. Funding is intended to promote the development of a range of artistic activities within the city of Hull, with the aim of promoting quality and increasing the range of opportunities available to local communities.

Applications can be made by anyone that is organising or running an activity or scheme which takes place within city boundary and who can demonstrate a clear need for grant aid.

Should be made 6 weeks prior to planned activity.

Haslemere Challice Community Fund

This Haslemere Challice Community Fund aims to help make a significant contribution to meeting the charitable needs of the Haslemere area.

The fund is a partnership between the Challice Trust, originally established from a bequest made to the Haslemere community by Mrs Ruth Challice Bush in 1962, and the Community Foundation for Surrey.

The maximum grant awarded is £2,500.