Awards For All

Awards For All Awards for All Scotland is a way for smaller organisations to get small amounts of funding. Part of the Big Lottery, Awards For All Scotland gives groups a chance to apply for a grant of between £500 and £10,000 for projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in

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New website helps creative organisations partner up to bid for EU funding

New website helps creative organisations partner up to bid for EU funding The Creative Partners website provides a platform for creative and cultural organisations to share project ideas and connect up to develop joint funding applications. This resource has been created by Euclid – the UK’s leading independent provider of information and advice on EU funding opportunities for the arts and culture sector. It is expected that many of those

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CashBack for Communities Youth Work Fund

CashBack for Communities Youth Work Fund Deadline: Wednesday 9 December 2015, 1pm The CashBack for Communities Youth Work Fund aims to build the capacity of young people and the youth work organisations who work to support them. Proposals must: Target young people aged 10 – 19 years Offer free youth work activities for young people to increase the opportunities they have to develop their

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ScotRail – Cultural and Arts Fund

ScotRail – Cultural and Arts Fund Deadline for first round: 31 December 2015 Part of the ‘ScotRail in the Community’ scheme, the Cultural and Arts Fund aims to help communities flourish. ScotRail invites applications from groups across Scotland looking to fund arts, community recreation, and sports activities and projects in the vicinity of a train station or with a travel or safety theme.

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Wingate Foundation

Deadline: 10 December 2015 The Wingate Foundation provides funding for charitable organisations active in the UK under the following categories: Performing Arts (excluding music) Support is available for the performing arts with particular emphasis on financial support for not-for-profit companies with a record of artistic excellence that require additional funding, not available from public sources

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Are community shares right for you?

Are you trying to get a community project off the ground? Do you have a great network of supporters who might put their own money in? Hundreds of community enterprises, from football clubs to heritage buildings, have already raised millions of pounds of investment from community shares. Hastings Pier changed history when they became the

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Arts Council NI – Annual Funding Programme

The over-riding aim of the Arts Council’s Annual Funding Programme is to support Northern Ireland’s arts infrastructure through grants to organisations in all artforms and practices for their core and programming costs. Organisations receiving support must demonstrate that they require a year-round resource and should apply for their complete programme for the year. In addition,

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Northern Ireland Screen – Ulster Scots Broadcast Fund – second call for applications

Northern Ireland Screen is pleased to announce the second call in 2015/16 (fourteenth call overall) for the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund. Please note that the funding of television programmes by the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund is dependent on a broadcaster having indicated that it wishes to broadcast the programme proposed. It remains a recommendation that applicants to

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Paul Hamlyn Foundation – Arts-based Learning Fund

Paul Hamlyn Foundation – Arts-based Learning Fund Deadlines: ‘More and better grants’ = 1 February 2016, 3 May 2016, 1 September 2016; ‘Explore and test’ grants = 1 March 2016, 1 June 2016, 1 November 2016 The Arts-based Learning Fund supports arts organisations working with schools to improve the evidence base for their work, so that they can do more to enhance the lives,

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Voluntary Arts is the operating name of The Voluntary Arts Network (VAN) which is registered in Scotland as Company No. 139147 and Charity No. SC020345. Registered Office: 54 Manor Place, Edinburgh EH3 7EH, Scotland, UK.