Funds

For Groups

Lancashire Red Rose Responding Fund

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to support local charities, voluntary and community organisations that are helping vulnerable people - specifically relating to mental health.

RWE Hameldon Hill Wind Farm Community Fund

Grants are available for voluntary and community groups that are working in the Hapton with Park and Gawthorpe wards of Burnley, supporting children, young people and families, education and learning and the environment.  It particularly wants to encourage local people to take pride in their local area and create a sense of community spirit.  

 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Hill Dickinson Foundation Manchester

The Hill Dickinson Foundation aims to support groups in the Manchester area that are working on projects that tackle the issues of Homelessness, mental health and employability (access to work). The maximum grant available is £2.5k.  The closing date is 3/12/21.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Women's Fund

Charities and community groups working with women of all ages and backgrounds are able to apply to the Tampon Tax Community Fund 2019 for funding that helps women and girls to build their confidence, skills and self-esteem.  The fund is open to groups working across Lancashire and Greater Manchester.  The closing date is 11 October 2019.



Applications for this fund are currently closed

The WO Street Transformation Fund

Grants are available up to £5,000 to support education and tackle poverty particularly for children and young people who are unable to meet their educational or living costs or projects for vulnerable older people who cannot afford medical or convalescent care.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Christal Foundation

The aim of the Christal Foundation fund is to support community groups and charities that work to improve the lives of people in Burnley.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

The BIBAs Foundation

Grants avalible up to £5,000 for projects that enable young people aged 16-24 to flourish, learn and develop skills or knowledge- particularly to encourage enterprise; continue or expand their work experience; build their capacity for the future. 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

John Laing Charitable Trust Fund

The John Laing Charitable Trust Fund awards grants of up to £1000 for projects that help the homeless and disadvantaged young people and also education and community regeneration projects, with a focus on projects that benefit the elderly. Priority will be given to projects that support older people and to small grassroots groups with low incomes. The closing date is Friday 6 May 2022

Applications for this fund are currently closed

FPC Foundation

The FPC Foundation wishes to support projects that improve our mental wellbeing and help people to recover from the effects of the COVID pandemic. Grants of up to £2500 will be awarded to groups working in the Sefton and West Lancashire area with priority given to groups working in Ainsdale, Southport and Ormskirk.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Mark McQueen Foundation

The Mark McQueen Foundation has been set up by the McQueen family from Liverpool in loving memory of their son Mark.  The Foundation aims to support young men struggling with emotional and mental health issues.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Rossendale Community Fund

The Rossendale Community Fund has been created by Rossendale Borough Council in partnership with the Community Foundation for Lancashire to offer grants to support projects that help families and children & young people engage in community activities and learning.

For Individuals

The Deakin and Withers Fund

Administered by South Yorkshire's Community Foundation, this national fund is for single, widowed or divorced women – who are over 40 years of age and regular Church members.  They must be facing need, hardship or distress.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

The BIBAs - Individuals

Funding to enable young people aged 16-24 to flourish, learn and develop skills or knowledge- particularly to encourage enterprise; continue or expand their work experience; build their capacity for the future. 

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