GLA’s Team London have released a small grants programme for groups tackling social isolation. VAC met with Team London officers whilst the grant criteria was being decided and emphasised the need to fund initiatives that were already working well but were coming under pressure from social prescribing referrals. This is one way we can use our social prescribing data we gather to influence decisions.
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.
Closing Date: 15 January 2021 (closes to new applications)
The programme will fund the development of multi-use facilities to engage with a broad spectrum of cyclists and to encourage people who have never cycled before to get on their bikes.
Grants of up to £10,000 per-annum are available to charities running projects that support disadvantaged young people, to help them move into meaningful work.
A list of funding opportunities from the GLA from sports to arts to community inclusion including dates of related seminars.
Apply for a grant of between,£500 – £2,500, to go towards a day trip or a longer holiday up to 7 days.
The Atul Pathak Community Awards provide annual one-off donations of between £500 and £3,000 and a year-long corporate partnership to registered charities and community groups.
The Hedley Foundation supports registered charities in the UK for up to £5,000 mainly for young people with their education, creation, support, training, health and welfare.
Ibrahim Foundation makes grants to organisations which aim to improve the quality of life for people and communities in the UK. They like to consider work which others may find hard to fund, perhaps because it breaks new ground, appears too risky, requires core funding. The grants range from £500 – £10,000. Extraordinary projects may receive grants up to £50,000.
Jewish Child’s Day aims to assist disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children worldwide. Grants may be given for items of equipment or a specific project.
The Wakeham Trust provides grants to help people rebuild their communities. They are particularly interested in neighbourhood projects, community arts projects, projects involving community service by young people, or projects set up by those who are socially excluded.