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New funding opportunities available this week (July 1st - July 5th 2024)

A short summary of funding opportunities that have came to our attention this week.


Lloyds Foundation Deaf and Disabled people's organisations Programme

This programme is for small and local charities and CICs with an income between £25,000 to £500,000 that are led by and working with Deaf and Disabled people who are experiencing poverty. Organisations can apply for a three-year unrestricted grant of £75,000.


Current deadline: 28th August 2024



GSK Community Health programme

The programme is open to registered charities that are at least a year old, located and working in the UK with a total annual income between £20,000 and £150,000. Up to 15 charities will receive up to £10,000, plus access to training and development valued at £3,500.


Current deadline: 12th August 2024



Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities Accredited Provision [Tender]

Wirral Borough Council would like to contract providers to deliver innovative adult learning accredited courses (nationally recognised qualifications) for the academic year 2024-2025.



Childrens Services Training Provider [Tender]

Wirral Council are seeking to appoint a supplier to deliver a range of training for Children’s Services, combining virtual and face to face for the following programmes:


• Achieving Best Evidence (1 programme)

• Trauma Informed Practice (2 programmes)

• Introduction to Court Skills for Newly Qualified Social Workers (2 programmes)

• Court Skills for Social Workers (2 programmes)

• Child Development (2 programmes)

• Motivational Interviewing (2 programmes)

• Parental Mental Health (2 programmes)

• Compassion Fatigue and Moral Injury



Funding to Support Disadvantaged Young People and Offenders

Registered charities, charitable incorporated organisations, and in exceptional circumstances Community Interest Companies can apply for grants for projects that support offenders and ex-offenders as well as into work and helping specific less popular groups within the criminal justice sector.



National Churches Trust Grants for Urgent Maintenance Works & Small Repairs to Churches

This programme offers small grants of between £500 and £5,000 (with capacity to award up to £10,000 where the case for investment and need are demonstrated to be very high, and funds are available to award) towards urgent maintenance works and small repairs identified as high priority within a recent Quinquennial Inspection, Building Survey or Condition Report.


Current deadline: 30th August 2024



Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust Grants

The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust has re-opened for applications. The focus of this funding round will be on Food Poverty. Organisations eligible to apply are registered charities with an operating income/expenditure of between £100,000 and £1 million. The level of funding available to support food poverty projects will be up to £1,000.


Current deadline: 31st July 2024



The Ford Britain Trust

Registered charities, not-for-profit organisations, and schools/PTAs can apply for grants of up to £3,000 for projects that are of benefit to their local community.


The funding is made available by the Ford Britain Trust to support a range of projects focusing education, environment, children, the disabled, youth activities and projects that provide clear benefits to the local communities.


Current deadline: 31st July 2024


To read more and apply: The Ford Britain Trust | Ford UK




Also, you may be interested in our next Meet the Funder event in two weeks:


And our Public Health Intelligence Information Session next week:



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