Funding with Deadlines
Funding Deadlines January - March 2022
Charity Governance Awards recognise inspirational success stories of small charities that have improved impact during the difficult past few years as well as trustees boards that have made long-term improvements by transforming with digital or embracing opportunities as a result of responding to the COVID-19 crisis. An ongoing area of focus for the awards is equity, diversity and inclusion in charity governance – never more needed after the difficult time charities and all their stakeholders have been through. Deadline 26/01/2022
Recently Extended Rosa Rise Fund 2 year grants up to £40,000 priority black and minority-led womens and girls organisations for organisational development. Deadline 31/01/2022 @5pm
Trust for London Connected Communities Suitable for small groups with priority given to those that serve and are led by people from Black and minoritised groups, and organisations that serve and are led by Deaf and Disabled people. Deadline 01/02/2022
Community Fridge Funding the Coop is working in partnership with Hubbub to offer grants of £4,000 and support to set up a community fridge.
Resilience Fund The Berkeley Foundation welcomes applications from small-medium registered charities/CICs with a focus on supporting young people into employment. Grants up to £30,000 are available over two years to help build organisational resilience and prepare for the future. Deadline 06/02/22
Imkaan Margin to Centre - an umbrella women’s organisation dedicated to addressing violence against Black and Minoritised women and girls, has announced a new fund. Grants available to re-dress inequality and support the frontline operational and long-term sustainability work of organisations working to end violence against women and girls. Deadline 7/02/22
Building Stronger Communities the Mayor of London is offering funding (up to £10,000) to enable community-led projects that help to meet at least one of the following outcomes: Londoners are supported to shape their communities post Covid-19, Unheard voices are amplified, Feelings of belonging are increased; loneliness and social isolation are decreased and Feelings of connection within and across communities are strengthened. Deadline 14/02/22
Masonic Charitable Foundation Re-imaging Hospice Day Care grants up to £35,000, to make better use of technology - building on recent experiences gained during COVID-19, technological innovations offer the opportunity to make transformative shifts in patient-centred care models. Projects could include: Capital costs for redeveloping a Day Room to include use of technology, Equipment, marketing/publicity material and resources, Staff training, Equipment for patients or Telephone support. Deadline 14/02/21
Your Best Friend offers small grants between £1,000 and £10,000 on a rolling basis and large grants of between £10,000 and £25,000 with a deadline of 18/02/21. The programme aims to give women, young girls, and non-binary young people the confidence and tools to keep themselves and their friends safe in their dating relationships.
Let's Create Jubilee Fund A £5m programme that will support voluntary and community organisations to develop creative and cultural activities as part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. It will be administered by Community Foundations. Grants £750 - £10,000. Deadline 28/02/22
Andrew Lloyd Webber grants of up to £25,000 per year for 3 years avaialble and they will prioritise applications from organisations and projects increasing diversity in the arts and heritage and providing high quality training to young people aged under 25. It will also support organisations and projects providing specialist training and work-place experience and apprenticeships for emerging artists and newly graduated professionals. Deadline 28/02/22
Charity Awards provide a perfect opportunity for you to propel your charity’s work into the spotlight, influence policymakers and funders and boost the morale of your staff and stakeholders. Submitting an entry is free, and charities shortlisted will be invited to attend the presentation ceremony in June as our guests. Deadline 28/02/22
Majonzi Fund grants of £500 to use towards commemorating the lives of those they have lost in a way that is meaningful to them: anything from a memorial service to commissioning a work of art for the community. Open to BAME households that have lost loved ones to Covid-19, Community groups and organisations (including faith groups) and social entrepreneurs or artists. Deadline end Feb.