Funding – Upcoming Deadlines

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Windrush Day Grant Scheme

Max. Value: £ 25,000 Deadline: 10 Mar 2021

Grants are available for local authorities, charities and community groups in England to celebrate, commemorate and/or educate about the history of the MV Empire Windrush and the contribution of the Windrush Generation to British economic, social and cultural life.

Coalfields Recovery and Resilience Fund

Max. Value: £ 10,000 Deadline: 12 Mar 2021

Grants are available for local voluntary and community organisations delivering activities and services in the top 30% most deprived former coalfield communities in England.

Food for Life Get Togethers – Small Grants

Max. Value: £ 150 Deadline: 12 Mar 2021

Small grants are available to not-for-profit organisations in specified areas of the UK for community events and gatherings that enable people of different generations to get together through good food.

Skinners Company – Lady Neville Charity

Max. Value: £ 1,000 Deadline: 12 Mar 2021

One-off capital grants are available to grassroots charitable organisations in the UK that are offering a diverse range of activities and interests within one of the Charity’s areas of priority: local heritage, local community; and performing arts and visual arts.

Postcode Neighbourhood Trust – North of England

Max. Value: £ 20,000 Deadline: 15 Mar 2021

Grants are available for smaller charities and good causes in the north of England.

Sea-Changers Coastal Fountain Fund

Max. Value: £ 2,000 Deadline: 15 Mar 2021

Grants are available for community organisations to install a water bottle refill station in a busy or environmentally important coastal location.

Funding to Promote Ecological Science to the Public

Max. Value: £2,000 Deadline: 19 March 2021

Women Thrive Fund

Max. Value: £ 40,000 Deadline: 25 Mar 2021

Grants are available to grassroots and specialist women’s and girls’ organisations across the UK that are working to enable women and girls to improve their mental health and wellbeing and/or improve their financial resilience.

Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust – General Grants

Max. Value: £ 5,000 Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Grants are available to small UK registered charities working to support people with a learning disability to learn skills to help them live more independent lives after they leave formal education.

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Children and Young People Grants Programme

Max. Value: Discretionary Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Grants for charities in England and Wales for projects that support disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people aged up to 18 years (up to 25 years for disabled young people) to overcome the barriers they face in order to achieve the best possible start in life.

Masonic Charitable Foundation – Later Life Inclusion Grants Programme

Max. Value: £ 60,000 Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Grants for local and national charities in England and Wales that are working to reduce loneliness and isolation in later life.

Peter Kershaw Trust – Ordinary Grants

Max. Value: Discretionary Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Grants are available to registered social welfare charities working in Greater Manchester and North Cheshire for the benefit of disadvantaged people.

Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund

Max. Value: £ 1,500,000 Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Emergency loans are available to support UK-based social enterprises and charities that are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of coronavirus/COVID-19.

The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Grants Programme

Max. Value: Discretionary Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Support for cultural and educational projects that help develop mutual understanding between the UK and Japan

Woodroffe Benton Foundation

Max. Value: £ 2,500 Deadline: 31 Mar 2021

Grants are available to smaller UK registered charities for relief of hardship, care for the elderly, environment and conservation.

New Heritage Trade Up Programme to Support Leaders of Heritage Organisations

Max. Value £10000 Deadline: 9 April 2021

The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) and the National Heritage Lottery Fund are working in partnership to deliver a new programme that promotes and supports a stronger heritage sector.