• ESF Community Grants Steering Group and Grant Panel Members Being Recruited
    Futures are looking for individuals from the Community and Voluntary Sector to be a part of the Community Grants Steering Group and Grant Panel. Individuals best placed to take part in the group would have an interest and experience of learning or skills or employment support provision delivered by the voluntary and community sector.  Volunteers would ...
  • Supported Employment Provision
    Brighter Futures is inviting applications from providers who are able to supply Supported Employment provision for people with common mental and physical health conditions and/or learning difficulties and/or disabilities. The provision will need to include individual health and employment action planning, advice workshops, vocational profiling, job matching and in-work support. Further information
  • Stephen Lawrence Day
    The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has opened grant applications for community groups to deliver activities on Stephen Lawrence Day, 22 April 2019.Stephen Lawrence Day – Grants Open
  • SHIRE Community Grants
    Leicestershire County Council’s SHIRE Community Grants programme for 2019-20 will open for applications on 1st April 2019. SHIRE Grants are available for charities, community organisations, social enterprises and Town/Parish Councils to deliver projects which improve the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Leicestershire. The Council is holding its annual SHIRE Grants Launch Event on: Monday 8th April ...
  • Funding Fair
    Voluntary Action LeicesterShire (VAL) invite you to their Funding Fair on 22 May 2019.VAL’s County Funding Fair is an annual event where Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector (VCSE) groups based in Leicestershire have the opportunity to talk directly to potential funders. The 2019 Funding Fair is taking place on Wednesday 22 May at Melton Mowbray ...
  • Grants for Community Groups to Support Local People into Jobs and Training
    Futures have been selected by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to administer the Community Grants Fund across the D2N2 area and the Leicestershire Local Enterprise Partnership area. Jointly funded by the SFA and the European Social Fund, Community Grants give small voluntary and community organisations with a turnover of less than £300,000 an opportunity to access ...
  • Adint Charitable Trust
    Grants of between £250 and £15,000 with a preference for charities working in the fields of education, training, disability, sport and/or recreation. Application Form: Applications should be in writing to the address below and include full details of the charity for which funding is requested. Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time. Contact: Mr. Douglas Oram FIH MCIPS, The Adint ...
  • Family & Community Learning Grants
    Voluntary and community organisations are invited to bid for small grants to offer bespoke programmes of learning to Nottingham city residents. Nottingham City Council’s Family & Community Learning service is inviting Voluntary and Community Sector based organisations and training providers of Small or Medium Sized Enterprise to bid for small grants of £10k – £35k to ...
  • Six things from the world of grant-makers
    The Directory of Social Change has published six things from the world of grant-makers you should know about in 2019. These useful summaries cover new developments that could give you an edge in applying for grant funding. Whether you’re a fundraiser, policy bod, chief exec, or volunteer trustee, give this a read for some important up to date context ...
  • Coalfields Regeneration Trust Funding
    The Coalfields Community Investment Programme (England) Funding Support element is a £500,000 fund created to support activities that tackle some of the key challenges that still remain in coalfield communities. Quarterly deadlines throughout 2019: next deadline is 5pm Friday 15 March 2019 The fund is open to projects that deliver in the top 30% most deprived coalfield ...
  • Refugees and Asylum Seekers Communities of Identity Small Grants Fund
    Funding is available through Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum (NNRF), the lead organisation of the ‘Refugee and Asylum Seeker’ Consortium. Deadline: Monday 25 February 2019 This funding aims to help small grass roots groups that work with refugee and asylum seekers and their communities, and who have ideas for projects or activities that will either directly benefit ...
  • Small Grants for LGBT+ History Month and International Women’s Day
    Groups planning an event for LBGT+ History month or International Women’s Day are encouraged to apply for a grant. Contact grants@nottinghamwomenscentre.com to let Nottingham Women’s Centre know your plans and to request an application form for a small grant to support this. Of particular interest are applications from groups planning activities to engage people who ordinarily ...
  • Thomas Wall Trust
    The Thomas Wall Trust was established in 1920 for the “encouragement and assistance of educational work and social service”. Today, the Trust continues to assist in these areas by providing grants to individuals and organisations. Grants of up to £1,000 are available for individuals and registered charities. To apply you should create an account on the ...
  • Civil Society Involvement
    A new programme recently launched to help voluntary and community organisations to access European funding for the remaining 2014-2020 programme. The project will also work to influence the shape of future legacy funds post-Brexit, including the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. A new website launched this month which will act as a vital resource for those wanting to ...
  • ESIF Programme Updates
    D2N2 currently has two ESF Open Calls. Priority Axis 1.1: Access to Employment for Jobseekers and Inactive People. This call for proposals aims to support unemployed and inactive participants into employment and self-employment and has a total call value of £8.1m ESF with a single stage application process closing 28th December. Priority Axis 1.2: Careers & Employability Service for those ...
  • Digital Leadership Fund
    Aims to improve the digital capability of civil society leaders so they are able to confidently embed digital in their organisations. Civil society leaders can include civil society chief executives, trustees, or senior teams. Eligibility this fund applies to England only applications should be between £10,000 and £170,000 the value of the grant requested must not represent more than ...
  • ESF Partnership Opportunities
    Business2Business is currently inviting applications to three lots of additional support to complement existing provision in the project. These lots are: Lot 1: Supplementary mental health and well-being provision Lot 2: Employment support provision for individuals with common mental and physical health conditions and/or learning difficulties and/or disabilities Lot 3: Vocational Skills Routeway provision Each lot has a value of ...
  • Open calls: ERDF
    As a result of exchange rate uplifts increasing the D2N2 ERDF allocation there are currently 6 open calls across all priorities with a closing date of the 24th November. Further information for all calls is available here: http://www.d2n2ta.org/europeanstructural-and-investment-funds/european-regional-development-fund/funding-calls/ There are 3 Technical Assistance workshops supporting these calls: 6th November – Nottingham 7th November – Chesterfield You can book your place ...
  • ESIF Programme Updates
    D2N2 currently has one ESF Open Call under Priority Axis 1.1: Access to Employment for Jobseekers and Inactive People.This call for proposals aims to support unemployed and inactive participants into employment and self-employment and has a total call value of £8.1m ESF with stage 1 for applications closing 28th December. There will be two Technical Assistance events supporting this ...
  • Government Invites Bids to Hate Crime Community Projects Fund
    The Home Office is accepting applications for funding for community projects that prevent hate crime. The Home Office expects to fund eight motivated and creative community groups to develop innovative programmes that help to prevent hate crime and issues associated with it in England and Wales. Providing funding for projects that prevent hate crime is one ...