Community Impacts is a key part of the Council’s relationship with the voluntary and community sector. The main idea of Community Impacts is that by working closely with the community we will be stronger at tackling some of the toughest problems we have in the borough, both now and in the future.
Rolling Funding Programmes
You can use our website to search for rolling funding programmes. This is generally for funding where no application deadline has been set or where you can apply for funding at any time, or multiple times, throughout the year. You can filter the results by using the Funding Tag Cloud tool.
The funding listed below is mainly relevant to organisations in Camden. For a list of where to search for other rolling funding, please visit our Funding Sources page.
Grants are available for small, charitable organisations in Inner London to relieve poverty, disadvantage and homelessness; assist those who are elderly and infirm, and to support people with disabilities; and enhance education.
Grants are available towards helping England and Wales’ farming community in times of emergency when hardship prevails.
The Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme has a budget of €439 million to promote and protect specific individual rights and freedoms that derive from EU law. The programme will promote gender equality, rights deriving from the citizenship of the Union, children’s rights and Roma inclusion; and it will fund projects aimed at combating all forms of discrimination and racism and fighting violence against women, young people and children.
The Henry Plumb Foundation funds young people (18-35) with interests, business ideas, study plans that will lead to a career in the agricultural or food industry.
This is open to educational establishments and youth organisations. Once on this programme, participants can also access the Leader Award, Small Grant Funds and Educational Visits Grant.
The deadline for applications is 1 September.
The Foundation gives priority to programmes that help disadvantaged and disengaged young people in England and Wales towards pathways into education, training and employment through charitable organisations. There are no minimum or maximum grants and projects can be funded for more than one year.
The £3 million Tackling Inactivity and Economic Disadvantage fund will be available for projects which use sport and physical activity to improve lives and communities.
Deadline for round 2 is midnight 15 September
The Foundation offers grants of between £5,000 and £15,000 per year, for up to three years, for projects that address the Foundation’s main areas of interest which are:
Deadline noon 31 August – but with further rounds to be announced
Grants of up to £75,000 are available for projects located within the proximity of a qualifying Veolia site in England or Wales. Match funding of at least 20% is required, and applicants requesting grants of £40,000 or more require a Third Party Contribution.