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Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation – Spirit of the Community awards

Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation – Spirit of the Community awards Area: England and Scotland
Deadline: 6 March 2015
The Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation invites not-for-profit groups in England and Scotland to apply to its Spirit of the Community Awards 2015.
The maximum value is £ 10,000 and projects must address one of three categories:
Financial education – The focus is on initiatives that advance financial education including […]
 

UAYD Drama Training Bursaries – Apply Now

The Ulster Association of Youth Drama is delighted to announce the return of it’s training bursary scheme for youth drama facilitators.  
UAYD is offering FULL WEEKEND BURSARIES to attend Interchange, the annual youth drama training conference organised by Youth Theatre Arts Scotland. The weekend offers 12 hours of practical workshops delivered by inspiring facilitators from the UK and further afield. This […]
 

Lisburn Arts/Crafts Grants

Lisburn Arts Advisory Committee’s Arts Grant Scheme is designed to assist arts events, projects or activities, which take place in the City of Lisburn.
Scheme details Lisburn Arts Advisory Committee’s Arts Grant Scheme is designed to assist arts events, projects or activities, which take place in the City of […]
 

Arts Council – Traditional Arts Commissions Award

The Arts Council is the national agency for funding, developing and promoting the arts in Ireland. The Council recognises that the arts have a central and distinctive contribution to make to society.
The primary objectives of the Traditional Arts Commission Award are to facilitate creative partnerships between a range of commissioners and artists, and to […]
 

Culture Ireland Grants

Culture Ireland promotes Irish arts worldwide. They create and support opportunities for Irish artists and companies to present and promote their work at strategic international festivals and venues. Culture Ireland develop platforms to present outstanding Irish work to international audiences, through showcases at key global arts events, including the Edinburgh Festivals, the Venice Biennales and […]
 

Irish Cancer Society – X-Hale Youth Awards

The Irish Cancer Society aims to reduce the rates of young people in Ireland smoking. We want to prevent young people from starting to smoke. X-HALE Youth Awards is a project that targets youth groups and youth organisations to play their part in helping to prevent young people in their community from starting to smoke. […]
 

Postcode Community Trust – Community Grants programme

Postcode Community Trust – Community Grants programme Deadline: 30 January & 31 July 2015
Postcode Community Trust has launched a Community Grants programme, through which charities can apply for anything between £500 – £20,000 to deliver projects that positively impact on their local community.
Funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, applications for £2,000 or under are open to organisations that are not registered charities (although registered charities […]
 

Allander Youth Activities Charitable Trust

Allander Youth Activities Charitable Trust The Allander Youth Activities Charitable Trust has small grants available to groups who can answer ‘yes’ to the following questions:
Does your group want to try a new activity? Does it need some specialised equipment? Is help needed to finance an activity to allow young people to take part? Is your group a registered charity? The Trustees meet four or […]
 

Women Make Music grant scheme

Women Make Music grant scheme Deadline: 27 April and 28 September 2015
The Performing Right Society’s Women Make Music grant scheme offers financial support of up to £5000 to women musicians.
You can create new music in any genre, from classical, jazz and experimental, to urban, electronica and pop. Support is available to:
Individuals and organisations / groups including solo performers solo songwriters or composers promoters […]
 

Arts Council announces Round 2 of Festivals and Events Scheme 2015

The Arts Council announces Round 2 of the 2015 Festivals and Events Scheme (FES). The Council recognises the distinctive role arts festivals play in sustaining a vibrant arts profile at a local level.  Festivals provide opportunities for audiences and artists to experience new work and ways of making work. The Council acknowledges the valuable contribution […]
 
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