Wigan Funding Bulletin April 2021

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Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, and direct from funders themselves. It showcases just a few of the hundreds of funding opportunities available for local community, voluntary and faith organisations.

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CONTENTS

COVID-19

LOCAL

BAME

ARTS

CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

COMMUNITY

DIGITAL

ENVIRONMENT

FAITH

GENERAL

HEALTH AND WELLBEING

HERTAGE

OLDER PEOPLE

SPORT AND RECREATION

 

COVID-19

To search for the latest Covid-19 related funds please visit our website

LOCAL

Community Recovery Fund
Aims/priorities:The Community Recovery Fund will accept applications from voluntary and community organisations in Wigan Borough, who are requiring support due to being affected or disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Groups must be applying for activity which is in line with the organisation’s overall aims and objectives or where there is a need to align/change the current offer due to new community priorities. The fund will support projects that aims to promote community spirit and bringing communities back together. Groups can apply for what they need to help them get back up and running following the Covid-19 pandemic. Groups will need to tell us what they want to do, how the funding will be spent and what positive outcomes the activity will provide. There will be four application windows to apply for this funding and the timelines can be found on the website.
Who can apply?Community organisations in Wigan Borough, particularly small community based local groups, that encourage community spirit, engage volunteers and who need some financial support so that they can continue to work with their communities.
Grant amount:You can apply for funds up to £500
Application process:Online application form
Deadline:First Round: Sunday 9th May 2021
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:Community Recovery Fund (wigan.gov.uk)

 

 

Sustainable Futures Fund
Aims/priorities:In partnership with Greater Manchester Combined Authority, the Prince’s Trust are seeking to fund locality specific projects that can deliver targeted pre-employment courses for groups of under-represented young people that will act as a pathway into a job or apprenticeship within a growth or foundational sector. Projects will need to incorporate a work placement, involve a named industry partner in the programme design, include an aspect of digital skills development and provide a level of mental health and wellbeing support for participants Projects need to secure positive outcomes for 75% of participants, with 60% of those moving into sustainable jobs or apprenticeships Projects will be funded that are aimed at engaging young people aged 16-25 who are not in employment, education or training (NEET) and completing by the end of December 2021
Who can apply?VCSE organisations operating in Greater Manchester
Grant amount:Between £50,000 and £80,000
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website 
Deadline:27April 2021
Contact:Tel: 0792 936 2609 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.princes-trust.org.uk/support-our-work/how-your-business-can-help/fwf-grants-programme/sustainable-futures-fund 

 

 

 

 

The Charity Service – Cinderella Charitable Fund
Aims/priorities:The Cinderella Charitable funding is available for individuals or groups/organisations to support the costs of a holiday for disadvantaged, disabled, sick and/or convalescent children whose family are unable to afford to take them on holiday.
Who can apply?Individuals or groups/organisations within the Greater Manchester area
Grant amount:Not specified
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 0793 691 7679
Website:https://charityservice.org.uk/grant-funding/
The Charity Service Grant Fund
Aims/priorities:Financial support in the form of grants is available to registered charities, CIC’s and voluntary organisations. The Charity Service are keen to support organisations that are working ‘on the ground’ directly supporting disadvantaged people within the Greater Manchester area. Grant funds are available for:
Who can apply?Registered charities, CIC’s and voluntary organisations
Grant amount:Grants applications for funding will be assessed on the proposed impact, outcomes and budgetary detail. Grants applications of £5,000 or more (up to a maximum of £10,000) will require a greater level of scrutiny at the application stage and, if successful, monitoring by The Charity Service will be required.
Application process:There is an online application form  
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 0793 691 7679 Email: [email protected]
Website:https://charityservice.org.uk/grant-funding/

 

Crowdfund Wigan Borough Fund
Aims/priorities:Crowdfunder and Wigan Council have partnered to offer an exciting opportunity by match funding innovative projects, large or small, that help the people of Wigan Borough solve some of the biggest social problems. Groups must meet their target before their page closes to receive match funding from Wigan Council.
Who can apply?Not-for-profit organisations. Schools and other education providers can apply but it must benefit the wider community. Projects must benefit the people of Wigan Borough.
Grant amount:25% of the project target up to a maximum of £1,000, for ideas making a real difference in Wigan Borough
Application process:Start by setting up a crowdfunder project on the website, if eligible you will be able to apply
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.crowdfunder.co.uk/funds/wigan
David Wilson Homes North West – Our Space Your Place Grants
Aims/priorities:Provided by housebuilding company David Wilson Homes North West, the Our Space Your Place grant scheme is an initiative that offers a small amount of funding each year to help improve and enhance local communities in the North West of England. Eligible projects could include providing a charitable service, enhancing the local environment or offering educational facilities.
Who can apply?Any companies and organisations, including community groups and charities, that are based in Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, Merseyside, Flintshire, Wrexham and Lancashire. To be eligible, applicants must:
Grant amount:Grants of up to £1,000 are available
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Deadline:Not specified
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.ourspaceyourplace.co.uk/applications/
 Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund
Aims/priorities:The Greater Manchester Trustees are particularly interested in the following:
Who can apply?Organisations must be a registered charity and operate in Merseyside, Greater Manchester or Lancashire and have a bank account in the organisation’s name
Grant amount:A single grant will only be made to an organisation within a two year period and will normally be between £250 – £1,000
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time. The panel considers all applications on a quarterly basis
Contact:Tel: 0161 834 0490 Email: [email protected]
Website:http://manchesterlieutenancy.org/lancaster  
Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust
Aims/priorities:The Manchester Guardian Charitable Trust is a grant making charity, which makes donations to a wide variety of community based organisations in the Greater Manchester area. The Trustees are particularly interested in the following:
Who can apply?Small community groups with charitable aims that are based and working within Greater Manchester
Grant amount:Most grants awarded are between £250 – £2,000
Application process:Applications can be submitted at any time
Deadline:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Contact:Tel: 0161 934 6190 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.manchesterguardiansociety.org.uk

 

ARTS

D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
Aims/priorities:The Arts The promotion of access, education and excellence in the arts for young people to increase their opportunities to become involved outside school and to build future audiences with special emphasis on choral singing for children and young people to encourage recruitment into choirs.Performance development opportunities in the performing arts for those in the early stages of their careers, encouraging involvement in the community through performances and workshops for the benefit of those with special needs and those who would otherwise have no opportunity to hear or participate in a live performance.Support for charities seeking to engage with young people on the fringes of society through music and drama projects to improve their employability and diminish the risk of social exclusion.
Who can apply?UK registered charities
Grant amount:Up to £6,000
Application process:Online
Deadline:16 June 2021
Contact:Tel: 0203 637 3003 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.doylycartecharitabletrust.org/
Theatre Improvement Scheme
Aims/priorities:The scheme awards capital funding each year to theatre improvement projects on a specific theme. The theme for the next three years is Improving Environmental Sustainability.
Who can apply?Charities and not-for-profit organisations that own or manage theatres
Grant amount:Grants of up to £20,000 are available
Application process:Download the application form from the website
Deadline:6 September 2021
Contact:Tel:020 7836 8591 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.theatrestrust.org.uk/how-we-help/grants-funding/theatre-improvement-scheme
Paul Hamlyn Foundation – Arts Access and Participation Fund
Aims/priorities:The funding will cover work that involves any of the following: crafts, dance, design, digital arts and media, film, literature (including creative writing and poetry), music, opera, photography, theatre, the visual arts, and cross-arts practices. Ideas should contribute in some way to all of the following areas: Work with communities who are experiencing inequality of opportunity to access and participate in the arts, who face long-term structural and systemic inequalities and are disproportionately affected by Covid-19Development of a committed relationship with those communities and a meaningful process of engagement, including working in ways that address power imbalances recognising and valuing the expertise and experience of communities to lead the way that art is created, presented, accessed and experiencedProposals that show a clear understanding of the whole organisation’s role in addressing structural inequalities, that make continuing improvements in the way their organisation works and seek to influence partners and the sector more widelyCommitment to developing a diverse and inclusive organisation and practice including leadership, governance, workforce and approaches that reflect the experiences and strengths of communities to increase and enrich the range of stories represented and people delivering the work. PHF is looking for applications which demonstrate they support and champion people with lived experience in the leadership and delivery of this work, particularly people with experience of racism, disabled people and people experiencing povertyCommitment to gathering evidence, reflecting upon it and sharing it to improve future practice
Who can apply?Not-for-profit, formally constituted organisations in the UK are eligible to apply
Grant amount:Grants of between £30,000 and £400,000 are available
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 020 7812 3300 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.phf.org.uk/our-work-in-the-uk/arts-access-participation/

 

BAME

Windrush Community Fund
Aims/priorities:The Windrush Community Fund is financial support available to organisations across the UK to fund projects which raise awareness of the Windrush Scheme (documentation), the Windrush Compensation Scheme or both.
Who can apply?Charities, community or grassroots organisations
Grant amount:Grants of between £2,500 and £25,000 are available
Application process:An application form can be downloaded form from the website
Deadline:30 June 2021
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.gov.uk/guidance/apply-for-the-windrush-community-fund#apply-now https://voice4change-england.com/windrush-community-fund/

 

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust – Rights and Justice Programme
Aims/priorities:Protection and promotion of equality and human rights and their enforcement in the UK Promoting rights and justice for minorities who face the most severe forms of racismPromotion of rights and justice for refugees and other migrants by identifying and tackling structures and systems that may deny them their rightsResponding to the dual harms of COVID-19 and systemic racism
Who can apply?VSCE groups, individuals
Grant amount:Discretionary
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:31 August 2021
Contact:Tel: 01904 627 810 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.jrct.org.uk/funding-priorities

 

CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE  

Woodward Charitable Trust – Children’s Summer Playscheme Grant
Aims/priorities:Grants are available for locally based small-scale registered charities in the UK to support children’s summer playschemes.
Who can apply?Small registered charities with a turnover of less than £100k
Grant amount:£1,000
Application process:Download an application from the website
Deadline:8April 2021
Contact:Tel: 020 7410 0330 Email: [email protected]
Website:http://woodwardcharitabletrust.org.uk/
BBC Children in Need – Main Grants Programme  
Aims/priorities:Grants for not-for-profit organisations that are working with disadvantaged children and young people who are 18 years old and younger living in the UK.
Who can apply?VCSE organisations with a turnover of less than £2m
Grant amount:Average grants of around £30k per year for 3 years
Application process:There is an online application form  
Deadline:12 April 2021
Contact:Tel: 0345 609 0015 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/grants/apply/
Jewish Child’s Day
Aims/priorities:Jewish Child’s Day provides funding to organisations to support disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children worldwide. Grants are provided towards the purchase of small or medium sized equipment to directly benefit children (up to 18 years).
Who can apply?Registered charities
Grant amount:Between £500 and £5,000
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:29 April 2021
Contact:Tel: 020 8446 8804 Email: [email protected] 
Website:https://jcd.uk.com/projects-grants/

 

DIGITAL

Thomas Wall Trust – Charities Grant Programme
Aims/priorities:Grants are available for specific projects or core activities that support literacy, numeracy, digital and additional skills for learning that are likely to assist employment prospects.
Who can apply?Registered charities, with an income of less than £500k
Grant amount:Grants of up to £5,000 are available
Application process:There is a two-stage online application process
Deadline:30 April 2021
Contact:Online contact form
Website:
www.thomaswalltrust.org.uk

 

ENVIRONMENT

MCS Charitable Foundation
Aims/priorities:The aim of the Foundation is to increase public confidence, awareness and access to renewable energy and low carbon solutions across the UK. The Foundation supports education and engagement programmes, funds research and facilitates innovative solutions to drive widespread adoption.
Who can apply?Public and not-for-profit organisations across the UK
Grant amount:Between £5,000 and £50,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:19 July 2021
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.mcscharitablefoundation.org/funding
Banister Charitable Trust
Aims/priorities:The Banister Charitable Trust offers funding to charitable organisations whose work meets the Trust’s objectives, which are to: Promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment in the UKFurther such other purpose or purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the law of England and Wales in such manner as the Trustees may in their absolute discretion think fit.
Who can apply?Charitable organisations
Grant amount:Between £5,000 and £50,000
Application process:In writing to the Trustees
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 0345 304 2424
Address:Banister Charitable Trust,  Messrs Coutts and Co. 1st Floor,
Trinity Quay 1, Avon Street, Bristol, BS2 0PT
DPD Eco Fund
Aims/priorities:Anyone can apply for funding, although they particularly encourage schools and educational facilities across the UK working on green projects with their students and start-up companies working on developing environmentally friendly products to apply..
Who can apply?Anyone
Grant amount:Grants of up to £2,000 are available
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:None
Website:https://green.dpd.co.uk/

FAITH

Dollond Charitable Trust
Aims/priorities:Grants are available for projects focused on health, education and religious activities within Jewish communities
Who can apply?Charities registered in the UK
Grant amount:Average grant £10,000
Application process:In writing to the trustees
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 0208 346 6446
Address:Dollond Charitable Trust, 3rd Floor Hathaway House, Popes Drive, Finchley, London, N3 1QF

 

Henry Smith Charity – Christian Projects
Aims/priorities:The funding is for projects that address at least one of the fund’s three priorities: Meeting the spiritual needs of older people, including those with dementia Reaching out to the unchurched – especially young people and young families – by nurturing spiritual interest and wellbeing Projects that support and care for Anglican clergy at times of acute need
Who can apply?Churches, small charities and not-for-profit organisations can apply
Grant amount:Minimum value £10,000 for up to 3 years
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 020 7264 4970 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.henrysmithcharity.org.uk/explore-our-grants-and-apply/christian-projects/christian-projects-funding-guidelines/
Laing Family Trusts
Aims/priorities:The Laing Family Trusts are a group of four individual grant-making trusts that share the overall objectives of promoting Christian faith and values, caring for those in need, and encouraging young people to realise their potential (especially, but not exclusively, in the field of science and engineering and through Christian youth activities).
Who can apply?Registered charities and churches with exempt status in the UK.
Grant amount:Up to £25,000
Application process:In writing, see website for what needs to be included
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 020 8238 8890
Website:www.laingfamilytrusts.org.uk

 

GENERAL

The Fore
Aims/priorities:The Fore is a seed funder for the non-profit sector. We catalyse fresh solutions to pressing social issues including knife crime, childhood obesity, social isolation, food poverty and homelessness. Our venture capital style approach opens up access to finance and professional expertise for innovative small charities and social enterprises. We bring together businesses, funders and social entrepreneurs committed to removing barriers and sharing skills to strengthen society as a whole. The funding is intended to have a transformational impact on the organisations being supported by unlocking growth, sustainability, efficiency or some other major step forward.
Who can apply?Charities and Social Enterprises
Grant amount:Up to £30,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Registration opens at 10am on 12April and closes within minutes
Contact:Tel: 020 7240 6192 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.thefore.org/applying-for-funding/

 

Lloyds Banking Group Social Entrepreneurs Programme
Aims/priorities:Funding and support scheme providing comprehensive assistance to those social entrepreneurs in the UK who wish to establish a new project or boost an existing project that will have a social impact.
Who can apply?Social Enterprises and individuals
Grant amount:Up to £7,000
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:16 April 2021
Contact:Tel: 020 7089 9120 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.the-sse.org/our-courses/programmes/lbsep/

 

Arnold Clark Community Fund
Aims/priorities:The fund aims to help UK charities and local community groups continue their important work which may be at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic. The grants are awarded by a monthly draw. At the end of each month, 500 applications will be granted. Applications that are unsuccessful one month will be kept in the draw for the following month.
Who can apply?Registered and unregistered charities, as well as community groups including grassroots sports teams
Grant amount:£1,000
Application process:There is an online application
Deadline:30 April 2021
Contact:Online contact form
Website:www.arnoldclark.com/community-fund
The Boost Choose Now Change Lives
Aims/priorities:Homeless charities that help rough sleepers to find shelter and help provide them with the support they need.Community groups that bring the local community together, whether it be through Sport, Art, Music or just generally providing a place for people to come together.Food banks that provide food and essential supplies for families or individuals in crisis.
Who can apply?Charities, Community Groups, Social Enterprises, Local Authorities, Health Authorities and Social Housing
Grant amount:Up to £10,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications are shortlisted in May, July and September
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.groundwork.org.uk/apply-for-a-grant/national-grants/boost/

 

HEALTH & WELLBEING        

Baring Foundation – Arts and Mental Health Programme
Aims/priorities:Grants are available to arts organisations in the UK for projects that promote the role of creativity in the lives of people with mental health problems from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
Who can apply?Art organisations
Grant amount:Between £10,000 and £40,000
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Deadline:21 April 2021
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:https://baringfoundation.org.uk/
The Pixel Fund
Aims/priorities:The focus is the mental health and well-being of children and young adults. Young adults means those under 26 years old at the start of any granted project or work stream. Where a project includes over 25s granting an appropriate percentage of the total costs would be considered.
Who can apply?Registered charities
Grant amount:Up to £5,000 (but has to be less than 5% of turn over)
Application process:Initially an email via their website
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Online contact form 
Website:www.pixelfund.org.uk
The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust – Ann Rylands Small Donations
Aims/priorities:They prioritise applications from charities which offer practical support for: Older peoplePeople with disabilities or living with serious illness, orPeople facing challenges with mental health, social exclusion, homelessness or other difficulties in their lives.
Who can apply?Registered charities with income of less than £5m and older than 2 years
Grant amount:£1,500
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:[email protected].
Website:https://julesthorntrust.org.uk/programmes/ann-rylands-small-donations/

 

HERITAGE

Heritage Trade Up Programme
Aims/priorities:A learning programme and match-funding grant are available for leaders of heritage organisations in the UK. The programme offers: Free learning online programme made up of 8 full learning days, 4 half day Action Learning Sets, and 4 webinars spread between October 2021 and June 2022. A Trade Back grant to help develop the project. The Trade Back grant matches grant payments against increases in the applicant organisation’s income from trading. Peer support from a network of like-minded people, who meet regularly to discuss and develop their plans and work through their challenges
Who can apply?VCSE Heritage organisations
Grant amount:Up to £10,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:9 April 2021
Contact:Tel: 0207 089 9120 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.the-sse.org/courses/heritage-trade-up-programme/#sm
Green Recovery Challenge Fund round 2  
Aims/priorities:Projects must deliver against at least one of the fund’s three themes: Nature conservation and restoration, including ecosystem restoration and species recovery Nature-based solutions, particularly for climate change mitigation and adaptation Connecting people with nature.
Who can apply?Environmental charities and partnerships involving at least one environmental charity
Grant amount:Between £50,000 and £2million
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:14 April 2021
Contact:Tel: 0161 200 8470 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.heritagefund.org.uk/funding
AHF Transforming Places Through Heritage Programme
Aims/priorities:Crowdfunding Challenge Grants: up to £25,000, to match fund crowdfunding campaignsProject Viability Grants: up to £15,000, for early viability and feasibility workProject Development Grants: up to £100,000, for capital project development costsTransformational Project Grants: up to £350,000, for transformational capital projects Community Shares Booster Grants: development grants up to £10,000 and equity investments up to £50,000 for Community Benefit Societies and Cooperatives. This grant programme is being managed by Co-Operatives UK on behalf of AHF.
Who can apply?Charities and social enterprise
Grant amount:Up to £25,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:30April 2021
Contact:Tel: 020 7925 0199 Email: [email protected]
Website:https://ahfund.org.uk/england

 

OLDER PEOPLE

The Concertina Charitable Trust  
Aims/priorities:Concertina makes grants to charitable bodies which provide musical entertainment and related activities for the elderly
Who can apply?Registered charities
Grant amount:£250
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Deadline:The trustees review applications after the deadlines of: 30 April and 31 October. Submit your application in good time before this
Contact:Address: The Concertina Charitable Trust, Bodfach Hall, Llanfyllin, Powys, SY22 5HS
Website:www.concertinamusic.org.uk/index.html
Charles Hayward Foundation
Aims/priorities:Older People’s projectsthat are preventative and early intervention programmes delivered locally that allow older people to stay in their own homes and remain independent. The Foundation is particularly interested in seeking out programmes which show some creativity in improving the quality of life of older people. The Foundation will focus on: Programmes aiming to alleviate isolation and depression in older people, including informal day care or social, physical and recreational activities. Programmes which mainly use volunteers to give practical help, assistance and support for older people living in their own homes. Programmes addressing the emotional and practical needs of older carers. Programmes designed to meet the specific needs of people with dementia.
Who can apply?UK registered charities or exempt charities, with an income of less than £350,000
Grant amount:Up to £7,000
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 020 7370 7063 Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Website:www.charleshaywardfoundation.org.uk/older-people/
The Home Instead Bring Joy Foundation
Aims/priorities:The foundation exists to bring happiness and joy into the lives of our ageing population through improving and maintaining mental well-being and addressing loneliness and isolation.
Who can apply?Registered charities and community groups
Grant amount:Up to £1,500
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 01925 730 273 Email: [email protected]
Website:www.bringjoyfoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/

 

SPORT & RECREATION

Central Social and Recreational Trust
Aims/priorities:Grants are available for sports clubs and organisations in England to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation for the benefit of disadvantaged children who are under the age of 21 years.
Who can apply?Only clubs/organisations affiliated to their governing bodies
Grant amount:£1,000
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.csrt.info/how-to-apply/

 

Fans for diversity
Aims/priorities:Fans For Diversity Fund are inviting football supporters to put forward their own ideas for fan-led activity which promotes diversity and takes a stand against discrimination.
Who can apply?Fan led groups
Grant amount:Discretionary
Application process:An application form can be downloaded from the website 
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time 
Contact:Email: [email protected]
Website:www.kickitout.org/Pages/Category/fans-for-diversity

 

Football Foundation – Grass Pitch Maintenance Fund    
Aims/priorities:Grants are available for grassroots football organisations in England to sustain football pitches already at a ‘good’ level and to enhance pitches that are either considered ‘poor’ or ‘basic’.
Who can apply?Football organisations with a turnover of less than £500,000, with a minimum of a 10 year lease on the site
Grant amount:Up to £2,500
Application process:There is an online application form
Deadline:Applications can be submitted at any time
Contact:Tel: 0345 345 4555 Email: [email protected]
Website:https://footballfoundation.org.uk/grant/grass-pitch-maintenance-fund

This funding bulletin is produced by

10GM consists of local support and development agencies covering all 10 Local Authority areas across Greater Manchester whom are listed below. 

For further information regarding 10GM please email: [email protected]

Action Together (covering Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside) Principal Office 95-97 Penny Meadow, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 6EP
Tel: 0161 339 4985
Email: [email protected] Website: www.actiontogether.org.uk
Bolton CVS (Community and Voluntary Services) The Hub, Bold Street, Bolton, BL1 1LS Tel: 01204 546010 Email: [email protected] Website: www.boltoncvs.org.uk
Macc Swan Buildings, 3rd Floor, 20 Swan Street, Manchester, M4 5JW Tel: 0161 834 9823 Email: [email protected] Website: www.manchestercommunitycentral.org
Salford CVS The Old Town Hall, 5 Irwell Place, Salford, M30 0FN Tel: 0161 787 7795
Email: [email protected] Website: www.salfordcvs.co.uk