Voluntary Action Camden

Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust Announce Themes for 2022 Funding

About the Fund

In 2022, in light of the particular hardships faced by young people working in the arts because of the pandemic, and in light of the continued discrimination highlighted by Black Lives Matter, we are focussing on these specific groups within the arts.

Application Deadline

30 September 2022

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Funding for Black and Minoritised Women’s Organisations

About the Fund

Women’s voluntary and community organisations are a cornerstone for sustainable and stable communities, and are crucial to the advancement of equality and women’s rights.

Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) is a national charity committed to working towards human-rights by supporting and understanding small specialist women’s groups and charities. Through delivering programmes, creating networking opportunities and by campaigning and influencing decision-makers, the work that WRC does is essential to ensure a diverse and thriving sector that achieves the best outcomes for women.

Application Deadline

The application deadline is 3pm on 1st October 2021.

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Al Madad Foundation Opens Autumn Call for Education Grants

About the Fund

Our objective is to support civil society institutions and schools in delivering creative and innovative solutions to problems facing refugee children in the Middle East and Europe. A broad range of initiatives will be considered, but preference will be given to applications that fall under the following themes:

– Identification of innovative and impactful approaches to make education safe, accessible, and resilient in emergencies.

– Implementation of comprehensive wellbeing schemes into existing educational bodies supporting refugee and displaced children

Application Deadline

11pm BST on Tuesday, 5th October 2021.

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JRCT’s Rights and Justice Programme Accepting Applications for November 2021 Deadline

About the Fund

As part of the Quaker tradition, JRCT is committed to the creation of a world that guarantees equal treatment for all people. Funding priorities include:

  • Protection and promotion of human rights and their enforcement in the UK
  • Promoting rights and justice for minorities who face the most severe forms of racism
  • Promotion of rights and justice for refugees and other migrants by identifying and tackling structures and systems that may deny them their rights
  • Responding to the dual harms of Covid-19 and systemic racism

Application Deadline

29 November

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London Fund for Racialised Communities

About the Fund

Grants of up to £10,000 are available to help London communities experiencing racial inequality meet their immediate needs related to Covid-19.

This funding round is for charities and social enterprises with an average annual income of at least £10,000 but less than £100,000.

The funding pot for this round is £120,000.

Application Deadline

The deadline is 12 noon (BST), Monday 4 October 2021

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Baring Foundation’s Announces New Fund to Support Legal Action to Tackle Racial Injustice in CJS

About the Fund

Grants of up to £50,000 over 18 months are available for work which uses legal action to address racial injustice in all aspects of the criminal justice system.

Application Deadline

The deadline for 2nd stage applications is 12pm on Wednesday 21 September.

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Racial Equity Fund

About the Fund

The Racial Equity funding will be open year-round, enabling charities to apply when it suits them. The Foundation is looking to support charities where more than half of their Trustee Board self-identify as Black, Asian or minority ethnic, with an annual income of between £25,000 and £1m, and with a strong track record of helping people from minority communities across 11 complex social issues. These include addiction and dependency, asylum seekers and refugees, and care leavers.

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See, Hear and Respond Programme and Grant Information

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Barnardo’s, in partnership with The Department for Education (DfE), will be delivering a new and innovative programme across England that aims to support the most vulnerable children and young people who are often hidden from view.
We would like to hear from any BAME organisations working with or delivering services to:
  • *Under 5’s with a specific focus on under 2’s.
  • * Those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
  • * Children who maybe at increased risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation inside or outside of the home.
  • * Young carers and refugee children experiencing barriers to accessing services.
  • * Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic children experiencing barriers to accessing service
  • *Children not receiving support currently from statutory organisations
  • * Those who are at risk and/or experiencing adverse impact to their health and well-being

If your organisation is interested in working with us, please contact Leethen Bartholomew,Head of National FGM Centre via E-mail at: leethen.bartholomew@barnardos.org.uk

To find out more about this innovative programme please listen to our podcast interview with Leethen Bartholomew and VAC’s Safeguarding Lead Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi here:
Programme information podcast

See here for support information on the Sea, Hear, Respond Programme

Useful links :
https://www.barnardos.org.uk/see-hear-respond 
https://www.barnardos.org.uk/support-hub 

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