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Pebble grants

£250 - £4,000 Deadline: no deadline

Pebbles is our small funding stream for UK registered charities and recognised churches which are raising money for projects where the total cost is less than £150,000. This money can be spent on short breaks (such as an annual respite break or holiday for disadvantaged young people), equipment (such as white goods), or capital costs (refurbishment or minor building work).

Grants to Support the Teaching & Learning of Physics (UK)

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: 5 Dec 2021

Through the Ogden Trust’s Physics Education Grants programme, a small number of grants will be awarded for projects that are based around physics and developed with current evidence in mind – part-funding may be considered for general science projects where there is a clear physics component. All applicants must be based in the UK and working predominantly in England.

Tesco Community Grants

£500 - £1,500 Deadline: no deadline

Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more.

The scheme is open to all registered charities and not-for-profit organisations, with priority given to projects that provide food and support to young people.

Young Person's Education Grant – OneFamily

No Min - £500 Deadline: no deadline

If you want to help someone aged 15-19 with the cost of their education or training, you can nominate them for a Young Person’s Education Grant, or help support your local community group or a charity by nominating them for a Community Grant.

Don’t forget, you need to be a OneFamily customer with an active policy to apply for a Young Person’s Education Grant or Community Grant.

Racial Equity Fund

No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

We support charities with an annual income of between £25,000 and £1 million with a strong track record of helping people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities overcome complex social issues. We offer a two-year unrestricted grant of £50,000 alongside development support to help your charity navigate change.

Fidelio Charitable Trust

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: 26 May 2022

Fidelio welcomes applications for grants in support of the Arts particularly for Music, including Opera, Lieder, Composition and Dance.

Youth Music Network -Fund A

£2,000 - £30,000 Deadline: 3 Dec 2021

Youth Music are a national charity supporting young people's lives in music. Equity, diversity and inclusion drive their vision and mission. They want to equalise access to music: they focus on those who would otherwise miss out because of who they are, where they live, or what they're going through.

Outreach Fund

No Min - £10,000 Deadline: 30 Dec 2021

Our Outreach Fund provides financial support to members, individuals and organisations in order to enable them to run chemistry-based public and schools engagement activities.

Grants to Support Educational Visits

No Min - £300 Deadline: no deadline

Our Educational Visit Grants support schools and youth organisations with the costs of making visits to museums, theatres, science shows and more.

Ford Britain Trust

No Min - £3,000 Deadline: 31 Jan 2022

The Ford Britain Trust's has announced that its large and small grants programmes are currently open for applications. Through the large grants programme registered charities, Schools/PTAs (Non-fee paying, state sector schools only) and non-profit organisations can apply for grants of between £250 and £3,000; and grants of up to £250 through the small grants programme.

City Bridge Trust - Connecting the Capital

No Min - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations that are working for the benefit of London inhabitants and which make London's communities stronger, more resilient and thriving.

THE PARTNER-UP FUND - We take note

No Min - £30,000 Deadline: no deadline

We’ve joined forces with Collaborative Change and Footwork Trust to launch the Partner-Up fund, supporting and empowering high-impact arts collaborations for social change.
Groups of organisations with a shared idea for an arts-for-social-change project are invited to apply for one of two funding grants - up to £30,000 per project.

Project Delivery Funding - Groundwork

No Min - £9,000 Deadline: 31 Jan 2023

Grants will support your organisation to deliver projects on any of the four strategic themes.
Projects must be completed within one year of receiving a grant.

Also Capacity Building Funding available up to £1,000.
This funding will support your organisation to become more robust and better able to deliver projects that bring about lasting change.

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.

Screwfix Foundation

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Screwfix Foundation is a registered charity set up in 2013. We have a clear purpose of raising funds to support projects that will fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities for those in need throughout the UK.

APPLYING FOR A GRANT - BlueSpark Foundation

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

BlueSpark provides funding for projects which aim to improve the education and development of children and young people by means of educational, cultural, sporting or other activities. Subject to that overriding objective, the Trustees have absolute discretion as to the making of grants. We will give particular consideration to projects which we consider will help enhance the self-confidence, team working skills and future employability of children and young people.

A supportive home – helping families to overcome challenges

No Min - No Max Deadline: 1 Dec 2021

The Youth Endowment Fund exists to prevent children and young people becoming involved in violence. We do this by finding out what works and building a movement to put this knowledge into practice.

Having a supportive home helps to keep children safe from involvement in violence. Where children live in homes where there’s conflict or domestic abuse, alcohol or substance misuse or where other family members are involved in crime, they’re at higher risk.

Two magpies Fund

£5,000 - £15,000 Deadline: no deadline

Two Magpies Fund awards small grants to local charities and non-profit organisations working with women who have experienced abuse, as well as those organisations helping primary school aged children who are growing up in poverty or facing particularly challenging circumstances. Our focus is local and the majority of the charity’s beneficiaries must live in Camden, Haringey, Islington and Westminster.

Grants for School - Kellogg's

No Min - £1,000 Deadline: no deadline

From September 21st, they’re offering your school the opportunity to apply for a grant of £1000 to help fund your breakfast club. A limited number of grants are available so priority will be given to those schools that have 35% and above of children in receipt of pupil premium funding.

Return to Play: Active Together - External

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

A £7.5 million fund, with up to £10,000 in match funding, as part of a support package to help clubs and organisations set up and run crowdfunding campaigns related to Covid-19, such as for a loss of income due to the pandemic.