Category: Funding News

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

Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust

The Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust was founded from an investment by the late Mrs Margaret Dobson. It was intended as an attempt by her to help young people and others with learning difficulties and other special needs to fulfil their potential, both in educational and practical skills. The Trust seeks to achieve this by …

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More than a Pub – Plunkett Foundation

The Community Pub Business Support Programme is a unique two year programme established to help support community ownership of pubs in England. Its value is £3.62 million and is jointly funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government and Power to Change. A comprehensive package of business development support, advice and loan and grant …

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£18,000 Grants To Fund New Websites For Charities

The Transform Foundation has recently launched a new grant programme, which will be providing £18,000 grants to a select number of non-profits, to fund the design and build of a new website for them. The grant will include a range of cutting edge tools for engaging with supporters and service users as well as the …

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Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

Trusthouse gives grants for running costs or one-off capital costs to charities and not-for-profit organisations in accordance with criteria that are regularly reviewed and decided by the Trustees. In July 2008, the Trustees reviewed its grants policy and decided to concentrate on projects addressing Rural Issues and Urban Deprivation, with an emphasis on the areas of …

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Thomas Wall Trust

The Thomas Wall Trust offers grants to registered charities active in the UK. The scheme is intended to support organisations that provide innovative services in education or social welfare. Grants are made up to a maximum value of £1,000. Applicants can apply for a maximum of three grants over three years totaling £3,000. The Trustees meet …

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