The Pride in Breckland Fund is provided and administered by Breckland Council. The finances for this funding stream come from the second homes council tax and the Fund is intended to support local not-for-profit organisations to improve the environment and the lives of residents living in the Breckland area.
With donations from the Sir James Reckitt Charity and the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust, the Bransholme Trust is able to offer small grants to charitable groups who are active in Hull. The funding is administered by the Hull Community and Voluntary Services (CVS).
Funding is intended to assist local voluntary and community groups with projects and activities that benefit Bransholme Estate residents.
Berkshire Community Foundation was established in 1985 and manages funds on behalf of a range of different donors and funding bodies to provide grants to tackle need at the grassroots of the Berkshire community. The Foundation will allocate applications to the most appropriate fund.
The Foundation aims to build stronger communities through giving grants to support the smaller groups which are doing vital work but have difficulties raising funds.
The Gentoo Housing Group, formerly known as the Sunderland Housing Group, offers the Aspire Grant scheme to anyone living or working with local people in the City of Sunderland.
The funding is intended to help local people improve their community.
The Alfred Williams Charitable Trust offers grants to local voluntary and community groups in Suffolk only.
Preference is given to projects that preserve or regenerate the built heritage, amenity and landscape of the county. Funding will also be given to social causes either for start-up projects, or for modest on-going support to groups involved in voluntary care, education, theatre, music and youth and community projects.
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.
Awards for All England is a Big Lottery Fund grant scheme for local communities. There are different schemes in each of the four countries.
Awards for All England makes grants of between £300 and £10,000 to organisations wanting to run projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need.
Grants for organisations and individuals in the UK for projects that support live and performance arts, in general and in education.
Applications with a Yorkshire or regional focus are favoured.
The scheme is intended to help support, sustain and promote the growth of the new music infrastructure in the UK. The Foundation's funding priorities are: • To support the creation and performance of outstanding new music in any genre. • To develop artists to their full potential. • To inspire audiences UK-wide.
Grants are available to organisations and groups in the UK working in any genre of new music.
The Trust‘s mission is to manage the funds at its disposal to support literary, artistic, musical and theatrical projects and organisations.
The amount of each grant usually falls within the range of £500 to £5,000. However, the Trustees retain the right to give discretionary grants, and development grants, outside this amount, but do so only in exceptional circumstances.