Young people aged 14 – 25 can apply for £500 for creative projects that celebrate UK native wildflowers and fungi.
They must find a suitable organisation to help them deliver the project. Further guidance can be found on their website at https://www.growwilduk.com/visit-volunteer/youth-projects/youth-project-funding-open/youth-project-funding-guidance-applicants
Organisations can apply for between £20,000 and £100,000 to provide resources for people aged 14 to 25 years old to challenge injustice and find ways of overcoming inequality.
The deadline for first stageapplications is 11.59pm on Monday 1st April 2019.
Full information and FAQs are available at: https://www.phf.org.uk/funds/act-change-fund/
Up to $12,000 (USD) of funding is available for groups working on projects to protect both the environment and affected communities.
Managed by Patagonia, the clothing and outdoor gear company, details on the types of project supported and further application guidelines are available on their website: https://eu.patagonia.com/gb/en/grant-guidelines.html
From 7 March, grants of up to £25,000 are available for organisations that can deliver support to people in our target group: people over the age of 65.
We are seeking applications from large, regionally based organisations, ideally with local networks and with substantial face to face reach, that can deliver support to people over the age of 65. Housing associations and local authorities are eligible to apply too. We are looking for applicants that have a trusted voice in their community and can provide support to people aged 65+ to help them address their concerns and increase the number of people over 65 getting a smart meter.
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Funding of £5,000 and £15,000 per year, for up to three years is available to groups working on Peace and Sustainable Security and Environmental Sustainability.
In particular, the funding is aimed at organisations in UK that are working to influence policy, attitudes and values at a national or international level. These may be single issue groups working to achieve a particular change, or organisations with a broader remit.
Guidance and further details are available at https://www.polden-puckham.org.uk/
Grants of between £250 to £4,000 are available for groups to pay for various running costs.
The funding is available to groups carrying out projects concerned with social welfare, literature arts and heritage, environmental and animal welfare, healthcare and education and training.
Application guidance can be viewed on their website at https://www.marshchristiantrust.org/grants/
Funding of between £100 – 10,000 is available to small, grassroots groups working to create long-term change in the areas of:
- Animal Protection
- Human Rights (incl. social justice, peace & equality)
Guidance on how to apply can be found at: https://uk.lush.com/article/charity-pot-funding-guidelines-0
Between £300 and £2,500 is available to groups supporting projects aimed at getting people in local communities to participate in swimming.
Grants will only be awarded to organisations supported by pools that are participating in Swimathon 2019.
Further details are available at: https://swimathonfoundation.org/swimathon-grants/grants-scheme-information