Objective is to invest in inspirational leaders and early-stage social enterprises with the potential to make a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people.
Offers Funding and Mentoring For Disabled Entrepreneurs Kaleidoscope Investments was formed by a group of venture capitalists and is aimed at giving financial backing to help disabled entrepreneurs in the UK start their own business. The fund will assist in the development of the businesses it invests in and ensure they make a worthwhile return […]
The Transform Foundation provides grants to help charities develop websites and digital fundraising platforms.
The Bright Ideas Trust (BIT) is intended specifically to help young entrepreneurs. It will address the issue of first – time businesses failing soon after setting up, due to a lack of experience. The Trust will provide advice, guidance and funding to help young people get their ideas off the ground.
The Heart of Experian Charity Fund was set up to help small groups and organisations that need support in tough financial times.
This scheme will run until March 2018.
A grant for setting up a child-minder business or agency.
Funding of up to £18,000 to cover the strategy, design, build, content strategy, training, QA and launch of a new mobile optimised website, with sophisticated marketing, fundraising, appeals, social media, e-commerce and website management tools.
Local groups needing an extra boost to set up or grow a community business can access support and match funding to launch their share offer, thanks to the Community Shares Booster programme.
Applications for the first round of 2018 will be accepted from 5 February until 23 February 2018
The Skills and Opportunities Fund was set up in 2015 by the Royal Bank of Scotland in support of organisations that help people in disadvantaged communities develop, create or access the skills and opportunities they need to help themselves, skills that will enable them to get into work or start a business, now or in the future.