Using funding from the National Lottery, the BFI Audience Fund (which replaces the separate Distribution, Film Festival, Programming Development and Neighbourhood Cinema Funds which ran until March 2017) is central to this commitment.
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.
Camden Hive is a page on the Spacehive site where local ideas can be seen in one place. Projects need to be costed, based in Camden and open to the public. Spacehive check that your project is viable and for the public good. You sign an agreement to spend the money raised on the proposed […]
The Fund invests in social enterprises and charities across the UK through secured and unsecured loans.
Employers of 50 staff or fewer can access a grant of £1,500 if they choose to recruit an apprentice aged 16-24. The grant is available exclusively to employers who have not recruited an apprentice in the last twelve months. Grants are available after the apprentice has been in post for thirteen weeks.
Grants are available to voluntary organisations in England for projects that promote the conservation, understanding and enjoyment of the historic environment.
Funding Circle is an online marketplace which can help businesses access fast and simple finance, whilst investors have the potential to earn better returns by lending to them. The government has pledged to lend £60million through the system.
If you provide unpaid care for someone who lives in the London Borough of Camden then you may be eligible
Referrals can be made by a Professional or you can refer yourself
Applications are considered under the following categories: General Welfare, Medical Welfare, Youth, Culture and Church. Prefers requests for specific projects but will also consider core funding requests.
The Foundation supports charities in three ways: Small Grants Scheme, supporting charities in all fields with a turnover of less than £100,000 per annum; Main Grants Scheme, supporting charities whose core work covers Arts and Learning (though generally not community arts activity); School Library Scheme.
Aims/Priorities: A range of priorities in relation to ‘People in Need’ and wider, including carers
Eligibility: ‘Small organisations’, ‘charitable causes’.