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Category: Active Derbyshire

  • Energy Efficiency Sharematch Fund

    Energy Efficiency Sharematch Fund

    Community organisations in England can apply for a share of £250,000 of funding to reduce energy usage and carbon footprint.  The funding is being made available through the Energy Efficiency Sharematch fund. It can be used to install on-site energy generation measures. This could include solar panels and heat pumps, improve building energy efficiency through…

  • Delamere Dairy Foundation – Grants up to £5K.

    Delamere Dairy Foundation – Grants up to £5K.

    Delamere Dairy Foundation is offering grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 for charities and community groups to deliver projects in communities that align with the Foundation’s objectives. Funding is available for projects including: There are typically two funding rounds per year, in Spring and Autumn. Groups can apply once per calendar year. The next deadline…

  • Co-op Local Community Fund Opens for 2024 Applications (7th July Deadline)

    Co-op Local Community Fund Opens for 2024 Applications (7th July Deadline)

    The Local Community Fund supports projects in Co-op members’ communities that help to create Sustainable Future for People and the Planet (the themes for this year). There is a total of £5 million for Co-op communities across the UK with £6,000 to share between three local causes in each community. Funding is determined by Co-op…

  • Amber Valley Public Health Partnership – Small Grants Scheme

    Amber Valley Public Health Partnership – Small Grants Scheme

    The Public Health Small Grants scheme is to improve the wellbeing of people living in Amber Valley. This is through providing support around all aspects of health through projects related to Public Health Priorities in Amber Valley. These are: Grants are up to £2,000 for constituted groups and £250 for non-constituted. To request an application…

  • Islamic UK Relief Fund

    Islamic UK Relief Fund

    Grants of up to £50,000 are available to organisations such as local community, voluntary or faith-based groups and charities working to improve the lives of vulnerable and marginalised people. The funding will support projects that help communities tackle poverty, combat challenges faced by women, support refugees, and foster youth and family development. Grants can cover…

  • Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation Accepting Applications for Autumn Funding

    Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation Accepting Applications for Autumn Funding

    The Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation has given away more than £3.4 million to good causes across the UK. The funding is intended for UK registered charities based and working in the UK whose purpose is to: Grants of up to £6,000 are available. However, the Foundation prefers to give smaller amounts with the aim…

  • Unrestricted Funding for Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation

    Unrestricted Funding for Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation

    Lloyds Bank Foundation invites Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations to apply for unrestricted grants of up to £75,000 over a three year period. This year’s programme is aimed at registered charities, Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) and Community Interest Companies (CICs) which are led by and working for Deaf and Disabled people. Their organisation will work…

  • Foyle Foundation Small Grants Scheme

    Foyle Foundation Small Grants Scheme

    Grants of between £2,000 and £10,000 are available for grassroots charities that are active in their communities and currently delivering services to the young, vulnerable, elderly, disadvantaged, or the general community. The Foyle Foundation makes single grants towards core costs (including supporting salaries), projects, essential equipment, or building projects. If you are applying for a capital…

  • School Games event encourages young people to ‘Believe. Move. Achieve’

    School Games event encourages young people to ‘Believe. Move. Achieve’

    Young people from Brackenfield SEND School, Wings School Notts and Dawn House School took part in the ‘Believe. Move. Achieve.’ School Games event at the University of Nottingham’s David Ross Sport Village on June 10. All of the young people took part in a variety of activities such as archery, martial arts and circuits, as…

  • Funding for Charities Serving Disadvantaged/In-Need Communities

    Funding for Charities Serving Disadvantaged/In-Need Communities

    The Albert Gubay Charitable Foundationoffers grants to registered charities as well as to organisations linked to a Roman Catholic Diocese. To be eligible, projects need to address one or more of the Foundation’s current funding priorities. These include: Funding is at the discretion of the Trustees, however previous grants have ranged from £5,000 to £2.25…