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Build Up Fund: Youth Crime Prevention and Capacity Building Grants

No Min - £3,000 Deadline: 10 Oct 2021

Young Camden Foundation in partnership with Camden Council Community Impacts and John Lyons Charity aim to support local youth organisations to access comprehensive and appropriate training in the following areas:

• Youth crime prevention
• Collaborating or sharing best practice on youth crime prevention schemes
• Organisational sustainability

As a result, organisations will increase their knowledge, expand their skills, improve their technical capability and share their success with others.

Additionally, Young Camden Foundation is offering you the option to opt-in for free tailored support to develop bespoke fundraising plans to ensure your long-term sustainability. Click View to find out more.

Volant Trust Covid-19 Response Fund

No Min - No Max Deadline: 31 Dec 2021

The Volant Trust accepts applications from charities in the UK and internationally that demonstrate a strong focus on alleviating social deprivation and helping vulnerable groups who have been particularly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Applications for medical equipment and the production or distribution of PPE will also be considered.

To receive a decision by April 2022 applications must be submitted between 1st August and 31st December 2021.

National Lottery Community Fund- Together for our planet

No Min - £10,000 Deadline: 18 Nov 2021

The Together for Our Planet funding programme aims to support the nurturing and development of local ideas, contributing to a legacy of ongoing climate action projects in communities across the UK.

Projects will need to meet at least two of the following criteria:

* Support the development of longer-term climate action within communities (that is, taking place after the COP26 event in November).
* Encourage communities to plan for the climate emergency - to consider what climate action could mean to them and why it matters.
* Celebrate the importance of community-led climate action and encourage more people to get involved.
* Build resilience in communities that are hardest hit by climate change.
* Provide jobs, skills or training opportunities for communities which support climate action.

Priority will be given to:

- People and communities hit hardest by climate change.
- People and communities who are starting to think about taking climate action.
- Groups who have not received funding National Lottery Community Fund support before.
- Groups who do not have a current award with the National Lottery Community Fund.
- Smaller organisations with an annual turnover of under £100,000.

Thomas Wall Trust- Grants to provide communication skills to disadvantaged young people 18 years or older

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: 30 Oct 2021

The focus is now on proposals that provide communication skills to disadvantaged people aged 18 years or older (previously it was 11 years and over) to increase their prospects of employment.

UK charities that have been registered with the Charity Commission for at least three years and have an annual turnover that does not exceed £500,000 can apply for grants of up to £5,000. The Trust will support annual repeat funding for up to three years.

Proposals are particularly welcome which target people experiencing multiple deprivation or other groups demonstrably facing major hurdles to employment, such as women, people with physical, mental, or learning disabilities, refugees and asylum seekers.

John Lyon’s Charity

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

John Lyon’s Charity gives grants to registered charities for the benefit of children and young people. Grants are restricted to the nine London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and the Cities of London and Westminster.

Mayor of London’s Sport Unites Fund Opens for Applications

£10,000 - £50,000 Deadline: 12 Nov 2021

New funding for community sport initiatives that help the Mayor achieve his long-term vision for London to be the most active and socially integrated city in the world.

We Make Camden Social Action Fund

£500 - £1,500 Deadline: no deadline

Camden Giving has been awarded £90,000* to deliver the We Make Camden Social Action Fund.

External Funding- PoundLand Foundation

No Min - £750 Deadline: 31 Oct 2021

Grants are available for local charities and organisations across the UK working to make a difference in their communities.

Objectives of Fund

The Foundation aims to transform communities and change lives across the UK by making grants to charities and grass-roots community organisations.

The first round of funding is called ‘Kits-for-Kids’, and aims to help as many children as possible to be active and enjoy sports by providing them with the right equipment to do so.

In the first round of funding, grants of up to £750 will be available to charities as part of the ‘Kits-for-Kids’ scheme. There are 250 grants available.


£1,000 - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Arts Council's open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects. Fund is open to individual artists and practitioners, community and cultural organisations, museums and libraries.

Grants awarded between £1,000 - £100,000.

Reimagine grants - Art Funt

No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available to a range of UK arts organisations for projects to transform their activities and build expertise, capacity and connections within and beyond the arts sector.

External Funding Opportunity - Triangle Trust 1949 Fund for Young Carers

£30,000 - £60,000 Deadline: no deadline

Supporting organisations working with young and young adult carers. Young carers can face many barriers and challenges within schools which may lead to them not reaching their full academic potential. When young carers are recognised within the school environment, work can be done to ensure that the impact their caring role has on their education is addressed and minimised.

External funding opportunity -National Lottery Awards for All England

£300 - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

A quick way to apply for smaller amounts of funding between £300 and £10,000.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still with us, we'll continue to support people and communities most adversely impacted by COVID-19.

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES-Tech for Good Digital Development Fund

No Min - £70,000 Deadline: no deadline

Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Comic Relief launch Tech for Good digital development fund ‘Build’.

Together they we will open the next round of funding for our joint Tech for Good programme, Build, in January 2021.

The Tech for Good programme was created in response to the need for charities to use technology to explore different approaches to delivering better services.

External Funding Opportunity- Community Spaces at Risk Fund

No Min - £25,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Mayor of London announced £750,000 to work with communities to protect grassroots cultural centres, social clubs, youth, education and other spaces that are locally rooted and critical for supporting vulnerable groups during the pandemic.

External funding opportunity - Trust for London

No Min - No Max Deadline: 5 Oct 2021

Trust for London is an independent charitable foundation tackling poverty and inequality in the capital.

Trust for London support work providing greater insights into the root causes of London’s social problems and how they can be overcome; activities which help people improve their lives; and work empowering Londoners to influence and change policy, practice and public attitudes. There are seven funding programmes for 2018-2022.

The closing dates for applications are:
2 February 2021, 1pm
1 June 2021, 1pm
5 October 2021, 1pm

Ragdoll Foundation -Grants for arts, culture, and youth

£1,500 - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Ragdoll Foundation’s Open Grants scheme has been designed to support the cultural sector’s work with children and young people. Its vision is to support projects where the concerns of childhood can be heard. All applications are expected to contribute to the Ragdoll Foundation’s primary purpose. The Foundation is mainly interested in applications that involve children during their early years, but appropriate projects for older children (up to 18 years) will also be considered.

External funding opportunity- Community Covid Relief Grants

No Min - £4,000 Deadline: no deadline

Near Neighbours brings people together in communities that are religiously and ethnically diverse, so that they can get to know each other better, build relationships of trust, and collaborate together on initiatives that improve the local community they live in.

This Community Covid Relief Grant will;
-Support communities who have been affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic
-Support organisations who represent the communities they seek to serve
-Support projects that work to address social isolation, financial distress and digital exclusion
-To encourage projects that adapt and translate resources that will benefit their communities
-Interested in work that improves community engagement with public health initiatives.

External funding opportunity- The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust

No Min - £1,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grant Rounds 1 and 2 are available to UK registered charities to support people who are homeless.


£5,000 - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline


This fund is for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community groups and organisations, working to deliver COVID-19 services in England.

This grants programme is designed to help tackle the disproportionate impact of COVID 19 on BAME communities.

External Funding Opportunity - The Inclusive Recovery Fund

£10,000 - £500,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Inclusive Recovery Fund is a £4.75 million fund to help social entrepreneurs in England, designed to help social entrepreneurs deliver their important services and grow their impact while adapting to the challenges the Coronavirus crisis has presented.

The fund aims to support leaders with
-direct first-hand experience of the social problems
-who are activating these experiences to inform
-shape and lead their social ventures to directly benefit the communities they share those experiences with