We have listed all the latest funding news to keep you up to date of new opportunities.
This month’s bulletin includes:
Award opportunities such as the Unltd social entrepreneur level 1.
Opportunity from Southwark Council:
Find out more about the approved list of providers here and make sure your organisation is ready to get into tenders.
Over 50 grant opportunities! with May, June, July and rolling deadlines This month, we have been tried to reduce the size of the funding bulletin as over 10 pages of funding can be overwhelming. instead have been offering less opportunities but hopefully more relevant for your organisation. Let us know what you think: email@example.com
Southwark Council invites registered voluntary organisations based in the London Borough of Southwark that provide services for Southwark residents OR who are based outside Southwark but providing services for Southwark residents to apply for inclusion on the Southwark Approved List. [...]
You can download out May funding bulletin here: May 2013- Funding Bulletin
This month’s bulletin includes:
Award opportinities including to recognise young people in the community with the Diana award
Offers: Find out about opportunities to request resources from Microsoft and B&Q amongst others
Opportunity from Southwark Council: Launch of new Innovation fund – event on 24th April
Over 100 grant opportunities! with April, May, June and rolling deadlines
Visit our Funding page for resources and advice about sustainable funding, our Learning and Development page for details of fundraising training, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any support with searching for or applying for funding.
The money has been allocated by Well London with funds from the Big Lottery and NHS Southwark. Well London works on estates to improve health and well being by providing opportunities to improve physical activity, healthy eating and the environment. The programme will be coordinated locally by Peckham Voluntary Sector Forum (PVSF).
Residents will be invited to an event on Saturday 23rd March at Peckham Park Baptist Church to listen to short presentations from people who have submitted applications for their project ideas. After the presentations residents will sit together to deliberate about what they have heard and then cast their vote for their favourite project. The money will be shared between successful projects. Young people aged 14 and over have been actively encouraged to put forward applications to fund their project ideas.
The PVSF Well London Coordinator David Reid says, “What we want is for people to take ownership of the projects that matter and to make this happen we have set up a process where residents can run their own projects and participate in voting for the projects that mean the most to them.”
Residents are already excited about the Well London idea and have gone as far as volunteering to do something about improving health where they live by forming a group called the Well London Delivery Team. The role of the group is to provide healthier lifestyles information and to encourage people to organise and participate in health improvement activities.
can help unlock young people’s potential. They want to provide a variety of accessible, affordable,
high-quality and well-publicised activities with voluntary and community sector partners that
promote aspiration, and the technical and relationship skills that young people need to succeed
in life. Deadline 1st of April