Voluntary Action Camden

Build Up Fund: Youth Crime Prevention and Capacity Building Grants

About the Fund

Camden based organisations working with children and young people can apply for grants of between £500 up to £3,000 to address their training and capacity building needs in three distinct areas:

  • Youth crime prevention. Organisations can apply for training to improve their knowledge, understanding and skills in youth crime identification, prevention and supporting young people to build positive pathways.
  • Collaborating or sharing best practice on youth crime prevention schemes. If your organisation has already developed, tried, and tested a model of work or programme or a project, or scheme worthy of sharing with others in youth crime prevention or early intervention you can apply for the time it would take you to train other organisations or share your knowledge and expertise with others.
  • Organisational sustainability. The grant can be used for training and professional development opportunities that will strengthen your organisation’s resilience, development, and financial sustainability especially within the context of COVID 19.

Application Deadline

Deadline for applications: 10 October 2021.

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JRCT’s Peace and Security Programme Accepting Applications for November Deadline

About the Fund

As a Quaker Trust, we believe that peace and security are built on values of equality, human rights, justice and environmental sustainability. We believe that sustainable peace cannot be achieved through the use of armed violence, which results in countless deaths, long-term physical and mental injury, human rights violations and curtailment of civil liberties, displaced populations, economic damage and impoverishment, and environmental harm.

Application Deadline

29 November 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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Triangle Trust 1949 Fund Launches New Grants Programme

About the Fund

We are an independent grant making trust that operates across the United Kingdom.

Set up by Sir Henry Jephcott in 1949, we originally provided hardship and education grants to individuals associated with the Glaxo pharmaceutical company. Since then we have evolved and now give grants to community organisations supporting those in need.

We hold one grants round per year for organisations working with young carers and one round for organisations working with young offenders. This ensures applicants have a higher success rate and high quality applications are not rejected as we can compare similar applications in one go.

Application Dates for 2021

For organisations working with young carers you can make an application for funding between 29 March 2021 and 11 May 2021.

For organisations working with young offenders you can make an application for funding between 13 September 2021 and 26 October 2021

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