Voluntary Action Camden

Lloyd’s Bank Foundation Racial Equity Fund

About the Fund

We support charities with an annual income of between £25,000 and £1 million with a strong track record of helping people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities overcome complex social issues. We offer a two-year unrestricted grant of £50,000 alongside development support to help your charity navigate change.

Application Deadline

Deadline for applications is 29 July 2022. We aim to give you a decision within four months

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Business and Financial Support for Black and Minoritised Communities in England

About the Fund

Support is available to charities and social enterprises that work with Black and Minoritised communities in England to make the transition to new enterprises or to grow existing ones.

Application Deadline

The Stage 1 application windows for 2022 are:

  • 23 May (10am) to 13 June 2022 (midday).
  • 6 September (10am) to 27 September 2022 (midday).
  • 14 December (10am) to 14 December 2022 (midday).

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Funding for Local Groups to Help With Cost-of-Living Rise and Refugees in the UK

About the Fund

Funding for local projects and activities which are important to the community and benefit the lives of local residents.

 

Phase 2 of the Empowering Local Communities Grant programme from the Asda Foundation is now available to support communities with a range of things, including the increase in the cost of living.

 

Not-for-profit organisations in the UK can apply and should be working in local communities for the benefit of residents. Groups supporting refugees are also welcomed to apply for this funding.

Application Deadline

The deadline for applications is 19 August 2022.

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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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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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