Here are a selection of funding pots with approaching deadlines that may be of interest to you:
Think Big aims to inspire, support and enable young people (13-25 year olds) with great ideas; so they can have an impact on society while getting the hands on experience and skills they need to thrive in today’s digital world. Deadline is 9 September.
Applications are now open for a share of up to £50,000 of the new £3 million Coastal Revival Fund. The funding will be used to support or restore local heritage and facilities on the English Coast that benefit the wider community and the surrounding economy. Deadline is 14 September.
The Covenant Fund has £10 million each year to support the Armed Forces Covenant by funding projects which address specific priorities. There are two funding routes: small grants, for applications up to a maximum of £20,000 and large grants, for applications of between £20,001 and £500,000. Deadline is 17 September.
This additional funding stream has £25 million available over five years and will fund projects that support non-core health, wellbeing and social care needs for older veterans (aged over 60), including surviving World War II veterans, those who undertook National Service and other voluntary enlisted veterans who may need some focused support in relation to their health and social care needs. Deadline is 21 September.
The Idlewild Trust is a grant making trust that supports registered charities concerned with the encouragement of the performing and fine arts and crafts, the advancement of education within the arts and the preservation for the benefit of the public of lands, buildings and other objects of beauty or historic interest in the United Kingdom. Deadline is 23 September.
The Feminist Review Trust gives grants to projects in the UK and internationally that support women. In 2015 international applications will be particularly welcome in the following areas: Violence against women; Disabled women and girls; Women, sustainability and climate change. Deadline is 30 September.
The scheme is designed to help with projects for the repair and conservation of freestanding war memorials in England. Deadline is 30 September.
My Community is offering two different types of support to help you write your neighbourhood plan or prepare a neighbourhood development order: Technical Support; Neighbourhood Planning Grant. By completing an Expression of Interest form, they can determine what type of support you are eligible for. My Community is operating a rolling application window for this programme and expects that it will be open throughout the year.