Deadlines May/June 2019

Deadline: 20 May
Mayor of London Summer Sports Activities
Grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 for projects that; provide convenient, affordable, local activities for ‘at-risk’ Young Londoners; primarily take place in areas with a high rate of Serious Youth Violence; use sport (and can include additional means such as art, wellbeing activities etc.) to engage young people at risk of getting involved in crime.

Deadline: 22 May
Social Care Digital Pathfinder 
Organisations that provide and commission adult social care services can apply for a grant to support local digital projects.  Two themes: use of standards to support whole health and care system interoperability; use of data for the prevention of escalating social care needs and for early intervention of those at risk of requiring social care.
22 May @12 noon 
Power to Change 
Community Business Fund is now accepting applications.  The fund supports people to start and grow community businesses to revive local assets, protect the services people rely on, and address local needs.

Deadline:  27 May
BBC Children in Need Grants (small grants)
Grants for projects working with disadvantaged children/young people up to age 18 that meet one or more of the following criteria: Illness distress abuse or neglect; Disability; Behavioural or psychological difficulties; Living in poverty or situations of deprivation

Deadline: 31 May
Building Futures Competition
Persimmon's above competition is open to entries from registered charities, clubs, schools and other organisations working in one of the 3 categories: health; education; the arts; sport. 
31 May - Expressions of Interest
Lloyds Bank FoundationCriminal Justice National Programme
Funding for charities to influence positive change in policy and practice in the criminal justice system. Grants of between £30,000 - £300,000 for work taking place that is focused on people aged 17 and older and that seeks to influence others in policy and practice.
Public Engagement Grant Scheme
Grants of up to £3,000 to organisations and individuals to support physics-based events.
BUPA UK
Grants up to £20,000 to improve mental health in mid-life.  Suggested age range 30s to 50s  
31 May @12noon
New! Comic Relief 
Ahead of the Game combines sports based approaches with quality mental health support to reduce distress and/or improve mental wellbeing.

(Deadline probably June)
#LoveSMallCharitiesDay Competition
Competition on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  Easiest competition ever!  Take a photo of yourself holding up a poster that reads 'I love xxxx (name of charity) because xxxxx (reason)' and post to one of the above or all three. 

(Deadline probably June)
#LoveSMallCharitiesDay Competition
Competition on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  Easiest competition ever!  Take a photo of yourself holding up a poster that reads 'I love xxxx (name of charity) because xxxxx (reason)' and post to one of the above or all three. 

June 2019 (exact date not yet known)
Enterprise Development Programme
Supporting charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sector to develop or grow their enterprising activity earned income and financial resilience Enterprise Grants

Programme open until June 2019
Social Investment Business
Charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sectors can now apply for grants to develop or grow their enterprising activity and earned income. Feasibility grants of between £5,000 - £10,000 will enable organisations to investigate and develop an enterprise proposition from the very earliest stage into a proposed delivery plan. Development grants of around £50,000 offer support for enterprise propositions.which requires further development or scaling and where there is a potential requirement for subsequent investment.

4 June
Hilden Charitable Fund: Summer Play Schemes Grant

Grants of between £500 and £1,500 to support summer playschemes for children aged 5-18, local schemes lasting 2-6 weeks; schemes with strong volunteer support.

28 June
Education Endowment Fund
Funding local authorities, academy sponsors, charities, and other groups that break the link between family background and educational achievement ensuring that young people from all backgrounds have the opportunity to fulfill their aspirations and make the most of their talents.

30 June
Everest Lewis Golden Foundation
The above programme is open and offering grants to help people fulfil an extraordinary talent or personal challenge. Supporting charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sector to develop or grow their enterprising activity earned income and financial resilience Enterprise Grants

Programme open until June 2019
Social Investment Business
Charities and social enterprises working in either the homelessness or youth sectors can now apply for grants to develop or grow their enterprising activity and earned income. Feasibility grants of between £5,000 - £10,000 will enable organisations to investigate and develop an enterprise proposition from the very earliest stage into a proposed delivery plan. Development grants of around £50,000 offer support for enterprise propositions.which requires further development or scaling and where there is a potential requirement for subsequent investment.

4 June
Hilden Charitable Fund: Summer Play Schemes Grant

Grants of between £500 and £1,500 to support summer playschemes for children aged 5-18, local schemes lasting 2-6 weeks; schemes with strong volunteer support.

28 June
Education Endowment Fund
Funding local authorities, academy sponsors, charities, and other groups that break the link between family background and educational achievement ensuring that young people from all backgrounds have the opportunity to fulfill their aspirations and make the most of their talents.

30 June
Everest Lewis Golden Foundation
The above programme is open and offering grants to help people fulfil an extraordinary talent or personal challenge.