Funding update

The UK Youth Fund in partnership with Pears Foundation opens fund

The new £5-million fund aims to support youth organisations across the country with the Cost Of Living crisis.

This new fund is a three-year unrestricted grant programme aimed at mitigating the devastating impact the cost of living crisis is having on the youth sector. It will provide targeted funding to youth organisations delivering high quality youth work to ensure doors stay open, bills get paid and youth workers receive the salaries they deserve.

For more information, click here.

The Fat Beehive Foundation provides funding to improve digital presence of small charities

The Fat Beehive Foundation awards small grants (up to £2,500) to charities with an average income of less than £1 million a year to support hard-to-fund digital expenditure that other funders will often not cover. Funding will help organisations to build websites and apps, digitise services, and purchase digital products.

For eligibility check their website.

Government’s Football Foundation is funding grass and 3G pitches, and club facilities

2023 kicks off with a full line-up of support including advice and funding opportunities to help improve grass pitches, opportunities to apply for funding for new 3G pitches and fit-for-purpose clubhouses and changing pavilions as well as floodlights, goal posts, fencing and storage containers!

For eligibility check the website.

Lloyds Bank Foundation offers £1.8m to charities to ‘influence national policy’

The Lloyds Bank Foundation is offering grants of £30,000-£150,000 each to charities and community interest companies (CIC) that aim to advocate for change in national policy in three specific policy areas: accommodation, social security, and refugees and asylum seeker support, for a total of £1.8 million. Those interested should arrange a discussion with the Lloyds Bank Foundation team and submit an expression of interest by 19 May.

Check the website for more details.

Published: March 27, 2023. Categories: Funding, News and Robert's Blog.

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