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Amount: up to £500
Funding for LGBT Projects Run by Young People
vInspired, the Volunteering Charity, has announced that its Cashpoint grants scheme has announced that its Loud and Proud grants programme is open for applications. These grants are accepting applications for LGBT+ projects.
The Cashpoint grants scheme offers grants of up to £500 to give young people (aged 14-25) the opportunity to bring their ideas to life.
There are no closing dates for applications and grants will be awarded on a continuous basis until all available monies are exhausted.
Enable Sport provide Sports equipment to enable talented athletes to participate in competitive sport.
A common barrier for young disabled athletes to participate in sport is the lack of money for specialist equipment. Our Enable Sport Programme provides specialist disability sports equipment to support the development of talented children so that they can participate in competitive sport.
We provide a range of equipment giving young athletes the opportunity to develop their skills and progress in all types of sporting activities at local, national and international levels.
Youth Clubs provide opportunity for improving social skills team spirit and self esteem.
Biffa Award has announced a new funding opportunity for non profit organisations working in partnership to restore, modernise and improve facilities such as visitors centres in order to educate and engage the public.
Amount: up to £2,000
The Small Grants for Equipment Fund is available to any sport and physical activity providers within Rutland. The purpose is to increase opportunities and support the development of grass roots participation in sport and physical activity at a local level.
As part of Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council's commitment to supporting talented young sports people, in partnership with Places for People Leisure they are offering a complimentary free membership for Hinckley Leisure Centre.
Amount: £50,000 to £150,000
A £3m fund, the ﬁrst of its kind in the UK oﬀers investment in the form of simple, flexible repayable loans of between £50k to £150k. These loans are designed to support the sustainable development of community sport clubs that deliver impact.
Grants are available to voluntary and community organisations in England which work together with a shared set of goals and values.
Essex County Council has launched the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF). The fund is a small grants scheme designed to fund community projects that:
create, procure or develop new community assets
enhance existing community assets
enhance or develop initiatives that strengthen a community.
There are three parts to the fund:
CIF (subject to a maximum application of £20,000 for any project)
CIF Response (subject to a maximum application of £15,000 for any one project).
The Superfast Essex Community Wi-Fi Scheme (applications of up to £400 to enable local communities to provide a public Wi-Fi service via their community hubs).
Epping Forest District Council awards grants to organisations involved in providing community work, cultural or sport activities to support these organisations to provide successful services to residents of the Epping Forest district.
The organisations eligible for a grant include the following:
Local voluntary and community groups
Arts and culture groups
Community interest groups
Individual sportsmen and women and sports groups can apply for a sports development grant through Basildon Council's Sports Development Grant Scheme.
Individuals who live in Basildon Borough can apply for amounts up to £300
Groups including non-profit making clubs, societies and organisations based in the Basildon Borough, whose membership is open to residents of the Basildon Borough, can apply for amounts up to £600. (In very exceptional circumstances an amount of funding greater than £600 may be awarded to a group.).