Every Thursday at 3:30pm Ubele host fundraising webinars on a variety of grant funds that are available with techniques on writing better applications.
Chancellor extends Self-Employment Support Scheme and confirms furlough next steps. Please click here for more details.
The call for proposal pages include timetables and application packages, listed by project type and sub-programme (environment or climate action). For general information on who can apply, how to apply, grant agreement templates and FAQs, please see the respective sections.
COVID-19 has brought huge challenges for our society. People experiencing complex social issues are facing even greater risks. At such a difficult time, small and local charities, which have deep and longstanding roots in the communities they serve, have been needed more than ever.
Organisations that are non-profitable and run predominantly by, for and with women can now apply for grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 to meet short-term funding needs for a period of up to six months.
The Food Charity Grant Scheme requires charities to apply for at least £30,000. This is to target funding to those charities who have the capacity to reach the greatest number of people.
We want to fund activities supporting people and communities affected by COVID-19.
Grants to cover up to six months of your costs for the work you are seeking funding for (from the time the grant is awarded), though it can be for a shorter period (e.g. activities over the summer). Where possible we will offer unrestricted grants, though this is more likely if you are applying for a small grant.
The Government support grants to businesses have been tied to those with premises and there are complicated rules making it hard for charities who may well be eligible to access the funds.
Apply for a grant of up to £100,000 for your charity helping people affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).