Charity Finance Banking Survey 2024

The questionnaire is now open for responses. Share your views by 28th February to receive a free copy of the published survey report and one lucky person will also win a £100 John Lewis voucher.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WGV6D58

 

Who’s Funding: UK Youth, Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust, and more

04 Dec 2023 News

In this fortnightly column, Civil Society looks at funding pots available to the UK charity sector.

Stockfotos-MG / Adobe

UK Youth – The Adventures Away from Home Fund

Grants available: Unspecified
Deadline to apply: 11 December
Who is the funding for?
The £1.5m fund is being delivered by UK Youth in partnership with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and will support charity and not-for-profit learning providers in England that provide outdoor learning experiences for young people aged 11-18. 
When will you hear back?
18 December

Find out more here. 

Arts Council of Wales – Creative Steps for Organisation Programmes

Grants available: Up to £250,000
Deadline to apply: 31 December 
Who is the funding for?
Arts organisations that have typically experienced barriers to accessing funding opportunities, such as those led by ethnically diverse, deaf, neurodivergent or disabled people, are being invited to apply for up to £250,000 over three years. 
When will you hear back?
Unspecified. 

Find out more here. 

Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust 

Grants available: £150,000 to £500,000
Deadline to apply: 29 February 2024
Who is the funding for? This fund is open to applications from registered and exempt charities in the UK as well as NHS organisations. The fund supports the development of new models of care and the integration of health and care services. 
Applications can address care for any area of physical or mental health or disability but must provide evidence that the new model will deliver positive real-world outcomes for beneficiaries. 
The trust will only support projects which have the potential to deliver benefits beyond a single setting. Applications will therefore need to show that the model is scalable or could be replicated by other organisations, and how it would be sustained. Organisations interested in applying to the fund will need to book a call with the trust’s team to ensure their charity or project meets its criteria. Calls should be booked using the link on the trust’s website.  
When will you hear back? 
Shortlisting will be completed in May, with final decisions made in November 2024.

Find out more here. 

For more news, interviews, opinion and analysis about charities and the voluntary sector, sign up to receive the free Civil Society daily news bulletin here.

More on