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UK: Small Grants Fund to support Voluntary and Community Sector


UK: Small Grants Fund to support Voluntary and Community Sector

Deadline: 19-Jul-21

The Tower Hamlets Council has launched Small Grants Fund to support voluntary and community sector activity across Tower Hamlets that will make a positive difference to the lives of local residents.

The Small Grants Fund welcomes applications related to equalities.

This might include, for example, projects that contribute to tackling inequalities faced by a particular group, bringing people from different groups together to increase awareness and understanding or events celebrating diversity.

Applications for activities related to Black History Month are welcomed.

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The Small Grants Fund is being administered by EECF and will award grants of up to £5,000 to support organisations with an annual income of less than £250k delivering activities under the following themes:

Theme 1: Innovation. To encourage innovation or pilot something new, especially where there is a gap in provision.
Theme 2: Prevention. To promote grassroots activity to reduce the need for statutory services.
Theme 3: Neighborhood Action. To promote local neighborhood initiatives.
Theme 4: Community Cohesion. To develop community resilience, promote cultural opportunities and reduce social isolation.
Theme 5: Partnership. Making the sector more effective through closer partnership working within the sector and across sectors.
Theme 6: Access & Participation. Establishing access and participation schemes to provide referral gateways for people from BAME communities.
Theme 7: Loneliness. To reduce the impact of loneliness and social isolation on residents.
Funding Information

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Grants of between £200 and £5,000 are available.
Eligibility Criteria

The fund is open to all voluntary and community organisations. These are defined as;

Registered charities
Community groups
Community associations
Tenants and residents’ groups
Green spaces friends’ groups
Co-operatives and social enterprises
School/parent groups which are independent of the schools they work with
Faith organisations
Sports, environmental, arts and heritage organisations
Grant making trusts
Housing associations
Un-constituted groups of residents working together to make a difference in their local communities.

They cannot accept applications from;

For-profit organisations
Individuals seeking funding for personal benefit, or sole traders
Organisations based outside the UK
Organisations with an annual turnover in excess of £250,000 are not eligible to apply to this fund.
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