Community cohesion

Woking Small Grants Scheme - Arts, Sports and Youth

The Small Grants Scheme for Arts, Sports and Youth is provided and administered by Woking Borough Council. Funding is available to clubs and individuals that would like to:
• Enhance or improve equipment and/or facilities for individual or group performances.
• Develop and expand the range of activities.
• Increase participation and the number of members.
• Provide specified specialist coaching or training to achieve the previous three points.
• Support innovations or new events requiring initial support.

West Dorset - Arts Development Small Grant Scheme

The Arts Development Small Grant Scheme is provided and administered by West Dorset District Council.
Funding is intended to assist local voluntary and community groups and organisations with the costs of new arts projects and activities that will benefit people living or visiting West Dorset

Small grants are available to non-profit-making groups or organisations for new projects that involve local residents and/or tourists

West Devon - Community Projects Grants

West Devon Borough Council is committed to helping community groups to access support for local projects.

The Community Projects Grants Scheme is available to local community groups, towns and parishes for a wide range of local community projects that will provide benefits to local residents

Grants of between £100 and £5,000 or 50% of the total project costs (whichever is the lower) are available.
In exceptional circumstances, grants of up to £10,000 may be considered.

West Berkshire - Community Plus Fund

The Community Plus Fund, formerly known as the Housing Plus Fund, is a partnership between West Berkshire Council, Sovereign Housing, A2 Housing Group, Catalyst Housing Group and Testaway Housing. West Berkshire Council administers the scheme on behalf of its partners.

The Fund aims to provide small but positive changes to help enhance the lives of local people living in housing association areas.

The Fund offers two levels of grant assistance:
• Small grants of up to £500.
• Large grants of up to £4,000.

Warwickshire Recycling Scheme Fund

The Warwickshire Recycling Scheme grants are made possible through an initiative set up between Warwickshire Voluntary Community Action (WCAVA) and The Heart of England Community Foundation, where unwanted goods are recycled at domestic waste sites and sold on to members of the public. The revenue this brings in is then distributed back into the community via this grants programme.

Funding is available for projects that will benefit neighbourhoods and/or whole communities within Warwickshire.

Tyne & Wear and Northumberland Community Foundation Grants

The Community Foundation Serving Tyne and Wear and Northumberland manages a variety of different funds. Funding is intended to support local groups who 'deliver valuable opportunities, support and help to the people in their communities' in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland.

The Community Foundation is particularly keen to support people who experience discrimination or disadvantage for whatever reason.

Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust

The Charity's origins go directly back to Bishop Vesey, a native of Sutton Coldfield who persuaded Henry VIII to grant a Charter in 1528 establishing a Warden and Society (Corporation) to govern the town. In 1886, the town became a Borough and Sutton Coldfield Charities was set up, taking over the various Corporation Charities within one body. This operated alongside the Council.