April Funding update

Community Fridge and assoicated services funding
Environmental charity Hubbub is broadening the impact of the Community Fridge Network, through food hub funding which will help local residents to learn new food and growing skills and connect with their neighbours. Starbucks has now committed £350,000 of funding, which will be made available to a further 50 community fridges across the UK. The funding is available to community fridges that are already open and running. Grant £7000.
See Hubbus’s website for more details.
Deadline 31 May.

Lloyds Bank Foundation funding for racial equity

Open to registered charities and CICs, which are led by the communities they serve and alongside providing immediate crisis support and working with people over the longer term to help them break free from poverty and achieve their potential. To be eligible, all organisations must be be based and working in England and Wales and have an annual income of between £25,000 and £500,000. A total of £3 million will be awarded in 2023, with an anticipated 40 organisations receiving grants of £75,000, over three years (£25,000 per year).

See the Action Together website for more details.
Deadline 5pm on 31 May.

The “Access to Justice Foundation”

Improving Outcomes Through Legal Support (IOTLS) funding is now open for applications.

See the grant page for more details and guidance on applying.

Applications should be submitted no later than 4pm on Friday 5 May 2023.

Small grants to support buidling work in London

The Rose Foundation provides £5-10K grants to charities in London with building projects of less than £200K.

Their website has more details.

Funding to support leisure activities for physically less abled people

The Bruce Wake Charitable Trust makes grants available to encourage and assist the provision of leisure activities for the physically disabled.

See their website for more details.

Published: April 12, 2023. Categories: Funding, News and Robert's Blog.

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