A grant programme for UK Public Health Network organisations to work with partners from outside of public health to take action on the social determinants.
Main fund: Friday 24 August by 12 noon. Awards will be made by December 2018 and projects can be funded until March 2021
The £11.5 million Building Connections Fund is a partnership between Government, Big Lottery Fund and the Co-op Foundation which was set up in response to the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness to support projects that prevent or reduce loneliness.
Applicants can submit applications at any point between midnight on the 15th May 2018 and midnight on the 14th May 2020.
The HS2 Camden Fund exists to support Camden communities during the construction of the high speed railway.
The fund has three priorities:Social Cohesion; Health & Wellbeing; Employability. Groups from Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury Wards are eligible to apply.
Merchant Taylors’ Consolidated Charities for the Infirm (“Merchant Taylors’ CCI”) (registered charity no. 214266) is a grant-making charity whose Trustees are appointed by the Merchant Taylors’ Company.
Through our funding and non-financial support we wish to see care leavers supported by the system and by their networks to feel emotionally stable and be financially secure, ultimately making a successful transition to independence.
The Henry Smith Charity distributes over £28 million a year in grant programmes designed to reduce social and economic disadvantage in the UK. Following a review of its grant procedures, the Funder has refined its Main Grant programmes, separating it into two defined funds under the same new strategy that aims to work with people for whom other sources of support have failed, been inappropriate or are simply not available.
The Hospital Saturday Fund offers full or partial grants to individuals for specialist and / or medical equipment such as:
The Span Trust seeks to fund projects by awarding grants between £5,000 and £20,000 that will alleviate poverty, disability, age or ill health, and advance urban regeneration through the improvement of the built environment. We offer grants to both registered and exempt charities.
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.