Grants & Funding
Carer-Focussed Rapid-Learning Pandemic Legacy Projects – Up to 10k Available for Successful Projects – Deadline Monday 31st January at 17:00!
The Commitment to Carers Programme team of NHS England & NHS Improvement is looking forward to receiving project bids from Voluntary Sector organisations on the theme of capturing learning and best practice around supporting unpaid carers / family members during the COVID pandemic response, including increasing uptake of vaccination of unpaid carers.
Our belief is that there have been innovative approaches developed at a local/ community level for which some funding will help to evaluate, sustain, communicate and spread best practices for wider benefit and inform and embed more collaborative ways of working going forward.
Submission deadline: 17.00hrs Monday 31st January 2022.
For More Information – Click Here to Download the Supporting Document!Click Here to Download the Project Bid Form! If you have any queries email: firstname.lastname@example.org and put NHS E&I Carer Spring 2022 Project in the subject line for easy identification.
Arts Council England are investing £5million into a new programme distributed by UK Community Foundations.
Application deadline is February 28th.
Further guidance UK Community Foundations website
Grants of up to £2,000 are now available for voluntary organisations in Calderdale for technical professional support to address a skills or knowledge gap in the organisation or address an immediate need for technical input to advance a project or service.
This fund cannot be used for ongoing revenue, staff costs, core activities, events, or capital email@example.com or 07955 364192 to discuss their project.Organisations wishing to apply to the fund should contact Cassandra Walker:
If eligible, you will be issued an application form.
Are you a Not-for-profit organisation who are supporting people and families who are vulnerable and are facing hardship this Winter?
The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) has provided councils with funds to offer direct support to households facing hardship this Winter.
These grants are for organisations who help people keep warm, clean, and fed this Winter.
The objective of the Household Support Fund is to provide support to vulnerable households in most need of support this winter as the economy recovers.
The fund should primarily offer food and energy support but also provision has been made to support households in need of other essentials e.g. blankets, toiletries, bills, fuel.
Grants are available on a sliding scale depending on how many people you are supporting and applications need to be in by 2nd December 2021.
For full details about this fund, application process and more winter support options, visit
The Community Foundation for Calderdale is a member of UKCF , which has committed to working with GVC Holdings on a five-year grantmaking programme focussed on community sport and physical/mental health, in particular for young men.
In Calderdale this programme aims to support local communities and projects, with grants of up to £5k with a focus on sports and healthy activity projects, and those that support men’s health.
Read more about the GVC Fund : https://cffc.co.uk/gvc-fund/
This programme aims to support local communities and projects but will not work directly with young people. Priority will be given to small, locally based organisations in areas of disadvantage, run by people directly affected by the issues they are dealing with and that have a clear understanding of the needs they are supporting. This can also include “Communities of Interest” which cover a wider geographical area. Groups can apply for up to 50% of the grant as core costs and the remainder as project delivery costs.
- Men’s health projects
- Community sport activities
- Men’s Sheds
Find out more here : https://cffc.co.uk/gvc-fund/
Full info and deadlines: https://cffc.co.uk/general-grants-round-2020-21/
With regard to General Grant applications, CFFC will prioritise applications which contribute to the Foundation’s strategic priorities, these are:
For General Grant applications, CFFC will prioritise applications which contribute to the Foundation’s strategic priorities, these are:
- Homelessness and Housing
- Poverty and Disadvantage
- Mental Health and wellbeing
- Community Cohesion.
Grant applicants will be expected to show how their proposals will contribute to these priorities.
CFFC is especially interested to understand how proposals will help the communities of Calderdale recover form Covid and keep Covid safe. We will be looking for information about this in your application and will score higher those applications which make this clear.
You can contact the Grants Team for further information and advice on 01422 349700 firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can apply?
- Constituted voluntary, community and faith groups run for and by local people (Note: Individuals cannot apply)
- Registered charities and groups with charitable purposes working in Calderdale, (including Charitable Incorporated Organisations, IPS etc)
- Community Interest Companies (CICs) who do not, and cannot, pay dividends (see below for further criteria for CiCs and Social Enterprises)
- Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) whose Governance documents include a clear community benefit clause, open membership and an asset lock
- Schools (except private, fee charging schools), whether part of the Local Authority or direct funded in some way, to apply for grants for activities which are clearly extra-curricular. NB Schools must be able to provide the documentation required.
We have put aside a modest sum, per annum, to fund small community activity/projects to promote diversity and community cohesion within Together Housing Group’s or Pendleton Together’s operating area.
The fund is open to residents, staff and members of the community. The minimum amount you can apply for is £100 and the maximum is £1,000. We can allocate no more than £10,000 of grant per year.
Who can apply?
Any group or organisation that operate and/or deliver projects within Together Housing’s or Pendleton Together’s area. Together Housing Group staff members who are not part of a formally constituted group can also apply.
Download full information and the Application Form :