As part of their support to voluntary and community organisations in Gloucestershire Gloucestershire Rural Community Council (GRCC) are offering the opportunity to go along to a free event designed to explore the funding landscape. There will be particular focus on Commissioning, Collaboration and Sponsorship, three aspects which can effect funding in the voluntary sector.
Do you have an idea that could make a BIG difference to your community? The BBC is looking for projects in the Forest of Dean - but the deadline is this Friday 15th September - so please get in touch soon if you're interested.
The Commissioner’s Fund for 2018/19 opened for applications on 1 August. Applicants from public sector, voluntary sector, community groups are invited to bid for a share of the money to develop crime reduction and community safety work within Gloucestershire.
The Windsor Family Trust provides matched funding to Gloucestershire groups who have shown creativity, initiative and effort in their own community fundraising activities. Groups wishing to apply for the Fundraising Match Scheme should list their recent activities and the amount of money raised, GCF will match up to 100% of funds subject to sufficient funds.
Several funding routes are available to voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations based and operating in England from Big Potential, and because of a substantial spike in interest, the deadlines have been extended
The aim of The Discovery Project is to help people have the confidence to make the most of their future. In this fast-paced world we know some find it hard to navigate the change and we want to help everyone have equal access to the best society has to offer.
Catalyst Small Grants will provide one-off grants of between £10,000 and £30,000 to not-for-profits arts and culture organisations, museums, and libraries to build fundraising capacity to enable them to attract more private giving to arts and culture.
Nesta, an innovation foundation aiming to grow new ideas to improve how the world works for everyone, is working with Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund to explore the potential of crowdfunding.