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Great News! The Phoenix Way has just launched a grant funding round for non-profit organisations led by Black and racially minoritised communities in England and Wales with a specific focus on Children and Youth.
You can apply for project funding of between £30,000 to £50,000 per organisation. This round is for a total of £2 million from the Youth Endowment Fund (YEF).
The grant round is open now and the new deadline will be will close on at midnight on Wednesday 6th December 2023.
The Phoenix Way: Children and Youth Round will support projects run by non-profit groups, organisations, or charities that:
Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sK8maQvjR9epnv56DZZc4Q
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North West Net Zero Hub is administering the regional share of the national Community Energy Fund (CEF) a national £10Million grant programme for community groups and eligable third sector organisations to develop projects from feasibility to commercialisation.
The funding will support eligible community groups to consider options, design schemes and overcome barriers to investment. It should be noted that it will not provide a grant for capital investment in the projects themselves.
Applications for the 2024 Weston Charity Awards are now open, offering valuable skilled volunteering support to small charities in the North of England, the Midlands, and Wales. Winning applicants receive a core grant to cover costs and participate in the Pilotlight 360 programme — a 10-month package of organisation support and leadership coaching.
Newground Together have been successful in securing around £850,000 to be distributed in selected LA’s in the North of England as emergency fuel vouchers for those experiencing fuel poverty.
This grant is a £500 award to state funded Primary and Special Schools and a £1,000 double award to state funded Secondary Schools to enable them to get their pupils learning outdoors.
The National Academy for Social Prescribing, in partnership with the Utley Foundation, Music for Dementia, Arts Council England and Music for All, are offering small grants to support dementia choirs and music groups that make a difference to people living with dementia and their carers.
The National Academy for Social Prescribing, in partnership with the Utley Foundation, Music for Dementia, Arts Council England and Music for All, are offering small grants to support dementia choirs and music groups that make a difference to people living with dementia and their carers. They are also offering one large grant to create a Centre of Excellence, working across a range of sectors. Applications open on 22nd November but you can check their website now for all the details.
To find out more, click the link: The Power of Music - National Academy for Social Prescribing | NASP (socialprescribingacademy.org.uk)
Please also check out Music Can, a new website for people living with dementia and their carers, including advice and support on using music as part of care: Music Can I Music Care For Dementia
The Lancashire warm spaces grant scheme 2023/24 is now open for applications. The deadline for applications is 23:59 on Sunday, 3 December. Future application rounds may also run, depending on how many applications are approved in the first round. We therefore encourage all interested applicants to apply early.
This funding is for organisations to give extra support to young people in areas where they may be at risk of anti-social behaviour.
Range of funding from The Tree Council - £250 to £2,500 in value.