How can systemic inequalities be addressed and reduced? The Robert Bosch Stiftung wants to learn with and from partner organisations that bring hands-on experience with applying intersectional approaches to challenge inequalities.
The Baring Foundation have announced the first call for applications in their new Arts programme supporting Arts and Mental Health.
With this funding, Baring Foundation are offering modest, unrestricted grants to established organisations in the UK that focus solely on offering creative opportunities to people of any age living with mental health problems using the skills of professionally trained artists.
To support the Ministry of Justice to achieve the aims set out in the Female Offender Strategy and in recognition of the essential services provided by specialist women’s organisations in the criminal justice system, the Ministry of Justice is inviting applications for one-off grants for core costs.
The Government has implemented a Covid Summer Food Fund to cover the summer holiday period when schools will be closed.
All parents and carers of eligible children should contact their school to receive free school meal vouchers via this scheme. Information about the national Covid Summer Food Fund
Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with under £500,000 annual income can apply now for grant funding to support their vital work during Covid-19 or to make adaptations as we look ahead towards recovery and a ‘new normal’.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating unprecedented challenges for health charities and for the populations that they support. In recognition of this, MSD are launching a dedicated Grants Programme to support health charities and vulnerable populations around the UK. The aim is to support charities to continue projects, which might otherwise have proven too difficult to implement or, to support the creation of new projects which are now needed.
The Community Justice Fund is a joint initiative to help specialist social welfare legal advice organisations cope with the immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and lay the foundations for longer-term renewal.
Homelessness organisations affected directly by COVID-19 can now apply for funding of £5.5million in a second round of grants distributed by Homeless Link.
Of this funding pot, £4.82 million is provided by The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, for homelessness charities in England.
The Social Enterprise Support Fund provides grants to support social enterprises during COVID-19. It is delivered by five social enterprise support agencies, and made possible thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund.
To be eligible for this funding, your social enterprise must meet the following criteria:
Barrow Cadbury Trust is partnering with the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) to distribute COVID-19 emergency response funding to the migration charity sector in England. There is £5 million to distribute for work that will relieve hardship caused by the pandemic among refugees and asylum-seekers and by migrants experiencing barriers to accessing services.