Grants are available to a range of organisations for music projects in England that increase the number of children and young people across England who have the opportunity to take part in high-quality musical activities, particularly those who are experiencing challenging circumstances and who face barriers to music making.
Grant for individuals, voluntary and community organisations undertaking projects that encourage and develop artistic interests in young people in the UK, with particular interest in activities taking place in the West Midlands.
The Philip Bates Trust offers grants to advance the education of young people under the age of 25 in the arts by:
Grants available to UK charities with particular favour given to Wales for projects in the arts, health and young people.
The charity funds a variety of purposes with special consideration to the arts, health and young people. In previous years grants have been given, for example, to North Powys Youth Orchestra.
Grants are available up to £28,000 mainly on a one-off basis.
Funding for projects that enable disabled people and/or older people who are disadvantaged and live in London Boroughs to actively participate in the arts, sports and health and well-being opportunities.
The Golsoncott Foundation was established as an arts-funding trust to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public in the arts generally and in particular the fine arts and music.
The trustees’ overriding concern is to support those projects that demonstrate and deliver excellence in the arts, be it in performance, exhibition, artistic craft, or scholarly endeavour.
The Ragdoll Foundation’s Open Grant scheme has been designed to support the cultural sector’s work with children and young people. Our vision is to support projects where the concerns of childhood can be heard.
The Trust distributes grants (grant value varies) to charities working predominantly in the areas of Opera, Music and the Visual Arts, and is primarily directed towards the support of activity that benefits Wales.
The Trust is especially interested in projects that demonstrate excellence in the relevant field.
Collaborative projects that assist organisations to share costs, skills and expertise, and that extend the range and reach of the activity to be funded are of particular interest.
The Trust has a preference for supporting organisations in the North Tyneside, South East Northumberland and in the East Newcastle areas. In certain circumstances we may assist those operating in the wider Tyne, Wear, Durham and Northumberland areas if we consider that they offer exceptional added value to their communities or are particularly innovative. Support to national organisations will only be given where there is a specific project in the area in which we operate.
The Pluthero Foundation offers financial assistance for a range of charitable activities primarily in the fields of health, and young people in the arts.
Priorities under 'Health' include:
• Transport for families and carers to visit hospital patients.
• Financial assistance for individuals with health problems, helping them and their families to access services or facilities.
• Supporting research into various illnesses.
• Achieving high standards of care for those with health problems.
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.