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.
Contracting opportunities for third sector organisations (TSOs) to provide products or deliver services to, or on behalf of Roehampton University.
Grants for local organisations that promote educational projects for disadvantaged people in the London Boroughs of Camden, Islington and City of London.
The Consolidated Charities for the Infirm Grant is administered by the Merchant Taylors’ Consolidated Charities.
Funding is aimed at charitable organisations providing services to poor people living in London. Preference is given to work taking place in the London Boroughs of Lewisham; Southwark; Tower Hamlets; Hackney; and their environs; although occasionally grants will be awarded to charitable work being done in other London boroughs.
The Dudley and Geoffrey Cox Charitable Trust (formerly known as the Haymills Charitable Trust) offers grants to UK registered charities which are predominantly working in the City of London and the London Boroughs of Ealing and Hillingdon.
Grants are available for local charitable organisations carrying out projects and activities that benefit the residents of North East London and Essex.
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.
The Foundation recognises that young people get considerable benefit from taking part in educational visits.