Funding is available for capital projects that improve community facilities, enhance the local environment, and protect threatened habitats and biodiversity in communities near qualifying Veolia sites.
National Survivor User Network (NSUN) are awarding grants of £500-£1,000 to those facilitating community spaces where people with shared identities and experiences come together in support of one another’s wellbeing. This may be in the form of peer support, mutual aid or self-help groups, but is not limited to groups defining themselves in this way.
Community Camp is an immersive learning experience, offering a mix of practical activities, workshop sessions and networking opportunities for people from across the UK. The Community Camps take place either face-to-face at the Eden Project in Cornwall or online and dates for 2022 and 2023 have been announced.
Community Camp dates and times
Community-based organisations can apply for funding to support projects that promote, preserve, and protect trees, woodlands, and forests in local communities across the United Kingdom.
Now in its fifth year, the Greater Manchester Green Summit 2022 will seek input from businesses, policymakers, local communities and industry on how the city region can accelerate action against its five-year environment plan, rising to the key environmental challenges facing us all as we push toward our vision for the environment.
This funding aims to help communities across the UK to address climate change. The National Lottery Community Fund are looking for projects that focus on the link between nature and climate. The National Lottery Community Fund want to fund projects that use nature to encourage more community-led climate action. The National Lottery Community Fund expect these projects to bring other important social and economic benefits.
UK non-profit organisation Everything is Possible will once again salvage good quality reusable camping equipment at Leeds Festival with the help of their international volunteers. And once again they are offering local community organisations the occasion to apply for this camping gear.
The Together Fund is a continuation of the Tackling Inequalities Fund that was set up in April 2020 as part of a support package to help the sport and physical activity sector through the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.