Category: Funding News

View the latest funding news from Voluntary Centre Services in the articles below.

Funding Advice

We provide funding advice and resources to help community organisations: Search for grant funding schemes that suit your needs Understand and meet funders’ eligibility criteria Write a realistic plan and budget Complete, review and evaluate funding applications Get a constitution and/or appropriate policies in place Set up basic financial procedures Find out about public sector …

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Nationwide Building Society was founded to help people into homes of their own and its ambition that everyone should have a place fit to call home stands firm today. The Nationwide Community Grants programme awards up to £500,000 across eight UK regions annually and is looking for local housing projects that will strengthen your local …

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Tesco Bags of Help Fund- More applicants needed

Tesco and Groundwork are still looking for applications  for Tesco Bags of Help particularly in Worksop region and Market Rasen region – these areas include the rural areas around them. 

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Armed Forces ‘Join the Dots’ – funding and networking event

Lincolnshire County Council are hosting an Armed Forces networking and funding ‘Join the Dots’ event on Tuesday 20th November, 9:30am-1:30pm, at Coningsby Community Hall, 12A Silver St, Coningsby, LN4 4SG. At the event, the following will be available: Advice and information about the Armed Forces Covenant Fund; An inspirational story from a locally funded project; A …

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Community Cuppa Fund Now Available!- Deadline extended

Community Lincs are offering small local organisations, the opportunity to win a grant to help develop new activities or to expand something popular that has more demand than it can support. Your project organisation must be based in one of the following Community Cuppa areas: Gosberton Hartsholme/Swanpool area of Lincoln Saxilby Scotter Washingborough Woodville Road …

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Managed Care Network – Small pot funding still available 2018/2019

Organisations and groups that support and help people manage their mental health and wellbeing are being invited to bid for the remaining community development fund. Funding comes from the Mental Health Promotion Fund, which was established by Lincolnshire County Council and is managed by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT). The fund aims to help …

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Community Development Grant Funding – Now open for applications

Welcome to the first Lincolnshire County Council  Community Development Grant Funding programme. Lincolnshire CVS and Voluntary Centre Services are jointly administering this grant on behalf of the  Adult Care team. The funding is intended to inspire building capacity within communities.

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Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants | Arts Council England

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants. This grants fund is the new open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects, funded by the National Lottery. The fund will support thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. It is a three step process and more information can be found on their website:  

Funding available from Gainsborough Rotary Club

Funding available from Gainsborough Rotary Club Funding of up to £350 is available to groups in the Gainsborough Area with a focus on projects that help the local community. The Rotary Club would also like to hear from groups that wish to participate in collaborative events. Anyone interested in applying for this funding should contact …

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Bishop of Lincoln’s Social Justice Fund

With grants of up to £25,000, the Bishop of Lincoln’s Social Justice Fund is open to receive grant applications from groups looking to support local community/church groups from across Greater Lincolnshire. With the average grant of £10,000 available, groups must be working on projects relating to Social Cohesion, Isolation and Poverty. Projects should be able …

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