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External Funding Opportunity - FOYLE FOUNDATION Small Grants Scheme

£1,000 - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

Foyle Foundation Small Grants Scheme is designed to support charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.

Priority will be to support local charities still active in their communities which are currently delivering services to the young, vulnerable, elderly, disadvantaged or the general community either directly or through online support if possible.

Until Spring 2021 they are unlikely to consider activities which involve social gatherings.

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES- Arts programmes supporting Arts and Mental Health

£12,000 - £15,000 Deadline: 18 Aug 2020

Baring Foundation launches first funding round to support arts and mental health organisations.

With this funding, Baring Foundation are offering modest, unrestricted grants to established organisations in the UK that focus solely on offering creative opportunities to people of any age living with mental health problems using the skills of professionally trained artists.

This approach has been chosen to respond in the best way we can to the pressures the sector is undergoing due to the COVID-19 crisis.

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - Young People in England – Shine Bright Fund

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

The7stars foundation has partnered with regional charities and our legal partner Coram Chambers to administrate our grant funding across the UK to vulnerable young people directly. We wish to remind those young people who usually seek in school, a refuge from home- they are loved, cared for, and thought of.

Priority area: Abuse , Addiction , Child Carers , Safe Home

The7stars foundation offer 3 streams of funding:
• Project applications for 16 year olds and under
• Long term applications for 16 year olds and under
• Funding for 18 year olds and under

External Funding Opportunity - Comic Relief Change Makers

£150,000 - £600,000 Deadline: 28 Aug 2020

To support organisations who are looking at the future following the crisis and are working towards making long lasting changes in the sector. Grants from £150,000 to £600,000 are available for 3-5 years. Applications are being accepted from 13th July 2020 to 28th August 2020

External Funding Opportunity - Nationwide Building Society Community Grants

No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available to charities, Community Land Trusts and housing co-operatives for projects that tackle a housing problem in local communities in eligible parts of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

External funding opportunity - Grants for Registered Charities

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

Thomas Wall Trust grant programme aims to support people with an emphasis on building confidence, knowledge and skills, and therefore increasing prospects of employment.

Grants are up to £5,000 towards specific projects or core activities that support literacy, numeracy, digital and additional skills for learning that are likely to assist employment prospects. The Trust recognises that the future of the labour market will become increasingly competitive, with employers placing greater emphasis on transferable skills.


£120 - £360 Deadline: no deadline

What is the Hardship Fund?
The Hardship Fund was created by the British Red Cross with our partner Aviva and the Aviva Foundation to help those most financially impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Official Referral Partners register people with us for support.

The fund then provides short term financial help for people who cannot afford the essentials:
• Food and toiletries
• Somewhere safe to sleep
• Access to a telephone and the internet
• Fuel to keep the lights on, cook or stay warm

External Funding Opportunity-Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

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

National Lottery Project Grants supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Until April 2021, the fund will focus on the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners

We've reopened the fund with a budget of £59.8 million available until April 2021. We have prioritised reopening this programme to help fund independent organisations, creative practitioners and freelancers as quickly as possible.

External Funding- Rosa’s Covid-19 Response Fund (Small Grants)

No Min - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

Rosa’s Covid-19 Response Fund (Small Grants) is now open and will provide grants of up to £10,000 for specialist women’s organisations across the UK.

The purpose of this first stage response fund is to provide quick and straightforward grants with very basic eligibility criteria. The fund thinks is an open call for women’s organisations to apply for what they identify as a short-term funding need.

External Funding opportunity - Masonic Charitable Foundation -Children and Young People grant

£1,000 - £60,000 Deadline: no deadline

Apply for a Children and Young People grant

Small grants
Small grants are for charities whose annual income does not exceed £500,000. These grants are unrestricted.

Small grants range from £1,000 to £15,000 and can be awarded over one to three years.

Large grants
Large grants are for larger charities whose annual income exceeds £500,000. They are to fund projects and can be used for salary costs, activities, materials etc.

Large grants start at £10,000 and usually range from £20,000 to £60,000. They can be awarded over one to three years.


No Min - £100 Deadline: no deadline

The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation is launching ‘Tons of Help from Jack and Ada’ to support those most in need, affected by Corona virus across London and Birmingham.

Grants of £100 for individuals to support essential and basic needs.

External Funding Opportunity - Healthy Holiday Grant

No Min - £500 Deadline: no deadline

This grant is designed to support groups that typically would
be holding summer holiday activities to ensure children are provided with a hot meal.
If social distancing is relaxed before school holidays, then standard (Transforming
Communities Improving Lives (TCIL) criteria would apply (Option 1). If social distancing
hasn’t relaxed, we would provide grants for groups to deliver provisions to children at
home (Option 2)

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES - The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation funding

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation provides funding to a broad range of UK-registered charities working to support or improve the lives of recipients through art, healthcare, literature, music, and theatre. The Trustees give priority to projects where their donation can make a difference and can progress the Charity’s initiative. There is a broad remit and all applications will be considered on their own merits.

Its awards grants that will make a difference in a particular field, especially for the vulnerable, the young, and the elderly.


No Min - £500 Deadline: 31 Oct 2020

The Magic Little Grants 2020 programme launched on Tuesday 10th March 2020.
Together with Postcode Community Trust, a grant giving charity funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery. Localgiving is delighted to offer charitable organisations the opportunity to apply for grants of £500.

The fund will be awarding over 900 grants to community projects across Great Britain. Successful projects will support and inspire people to participate in sports or exercise with the primary aim of improving the physical health of participants.


£30,000 - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

This is not an Emergency Fund

The Youth Futures Foundation is committed to transforming employment for young people.The current Youth Futures funding opportunities introduce two grants.Their rolling grants programme is designed to find, fund, support and evaluate promising practice. Funding will go to organisations working with young people aged 14-24 to help overcome barriers to finding meaningful work.

Youth Future Foundation want to partner with organisations that share their values and are committed to learning, investing in good practice and sharing what works to transform the youth employment landscape.

1.Development Grants
2.Impact Grants


No Min - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Morrisons Foundation recognises that homeless people are particularly vulnerable to Covid-19 because they are more likely to have underlying health conditions and are less able to access basic sanitation.

In response to raising concerns from homelessness charities, Morrison Foundation has designed a fund to support charities caring for the homeless during the coronavirus outbreak and ensure help gets to those who need it most.

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - Hope for the young Emergency Relief Fund

No Min - £250 Deadline: no deadline

Given the growing impact of Corona virus the "Hope for the Young" concern that young asylum seekers and refugees will be one of the groups most impacted. They have launched an Emergency Relief Fund to help support in the immediate health and well-being of the most at-risk and socially isolated young people.

EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - Fashion & Textile Children's Trust

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

To fund items for the children, such as clothing, bedding and essential household items.

This grant can help parents and carers who have worked in the UK fashion or textile industry and whose household income has reduced as a result of the corona virus outbreak.

Charities , If you know any families struggling to make ends meet, and if those parents and carers have worked in the UK fashion or textile industry, please help them to apply.

External funding opportunity- Child Charitable Trust's Emergency Funding

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

This emergency fund is for charities struggling with financial difficulty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Christian-based organisations.

Community Fund

£10,000 - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Community Fund focuses on funding projects and organisations helping communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Support will be providing to:
• Organisations supporting people who are at high risk from COVID-19
• Organisations supporting communities most likely to face increased demand and challenges as a direct result of measures to prevent the result of COVID-19,
• Organisations with high potential to support communities with the direct and indirect impact of COVID-19
• Organisations responding to any acute financial difficulties they might face as a result of the pandemic.