January 2021 Funding Round Up - Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council

by James Clarke
3 years ago

Here’s a round up of funding opportunities we’ve shared via our newsletter and on social media.

  • UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Government has announced a £7.5 million funding package to help tackle loneliness over the winter period. Funding will help provide immediate and targeted relief to those most at risk of loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic. > More Details
  • Cameron Grant Memorial Trust Funding: Individuals; Charities; Social Enterprises/CIC; Schools; Colleges; Universities; Pre-registration start-ups; Voluntary Groups; Community Groups and other not-for-profit entities are invited to apply. > More Details
  • COVID-19 Winter Support Funding Available for Youth Organisations: A new fund for local and national youth organisations, designed to help mitigate the impact of lost income during the winter period due to the coronavirus pandemic. Applications will be accepted from grassroots youth clubs, uniformed youth groups, and national youth and umbrella organisations based in England. > More Details
  • Windrush Community Fund: The Government is offering funding to charities, community organisations, and/or grassroots organisations to promote and raise awareness of the Windrush Scheme. > More Details
  • Women Make Music Grants Programme: Women, trans and non-binary songwriters and composers of all genres and backgrounds have until 6pm on 12th February 2021 to apply for the next round of the Women Make Music programme. The programme supports the development of outstanding women songwriters and composers at different stages of their career. > More Details
  • The Tree Council – Branching Out Fund Grants for Tree Planting: Schools and community groups within the UK can apply for grants of between £300 and £1,500 to get communities and young people up to the age of 21 involved in tree and hedge planting and care this winter (up to March 2021). > More Details
  • Clothworkers Foundation – Open Grants Programme: Accepts applications from UK registered charities or not-for-profits and who meet our eligibility criteria, for funding towards capital projects. The work of the organisation must fit within one or more of our specified programme areas. > More Details
  • Round 2 of Culture Recovery Fund Grants Programme Open Funding is available for cultural organisations in England as they recover from the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and transition back to a viable and sustainable operating model. > More Details
  • The OPPC Victims Fund 2021 is now open and will be taking applications until 5 pm on the 16th February 2021. The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner would like to urge organisations across the West Midlands that support victims of hate crime, to apply to the Victims Funds. > More Details
  • Creative Black Country are bringing Creative Connections back for 2021 and offering small commissions of £500 – £2000 for projects that develop creative activity with and for local communities in the Black Country. > More Details