Our regular roundup of funding related news. Grants and funding pots available. Looming deadlines. News of funding related events, training and more.
The Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) has a couple of events scheduled which should be of interest if you are thinking or applying for European Funding. Read on for all the details and links.
There are changes taking place in the way Big Lottery delivers, and as a consequence there are also a range of job opportunities at Big Lottery available. Read on for a full update circulated by Big Lottery:
On the day of the VANEL Annual General Meeting – Thursday 12th October 2017 – we will be joined by a number of Funders to talk about their funding streams and to hold 1:1 ‘surgery’ style appointments. From 10am – 2pm there will be bookable appointments on offer so you can talk with funders about your projects. Read on to find out who’s there and how to get appointments booked.
An open call has now been issued for the Connected Communities Innovation Fund. The funding itself is from the Office for Civil Society and is being distributed by Nesta and the submission date is 30th October. Read on for more details and the link.
A new £84,000 fund has been launched to help voluntary and community groups in North East Lincolnshire tackle problems ranging from anti-social behaviour to domestic abuse. The North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) Crime Reduction Fund opens for applications on Monday 3 July 2017.
The new scheme has been funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside (PCC) and is being managed by Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire (VANEL) on behalf of the North East Lincolnshire CSP. Read on for the full press release, details of the fund and how to find out more.
VANEL are supporting Humberside Youth Association to manage applications for their new funding pot. This is now available with four deadlines throughout 2017 so read on for more details, eligibility and details of how to apply.
The #iwill Fund aims to use £40 of government seed-funding up to 2020 in order to engage people aged 10-20 in Social Action. This week the first three organisations that will deliver and distribute the funding have been announced. Read on for more information about the fund, the providers and what next.