Rural Micro Capital Grant Scheme
Who do they fund: available to rural community-led, voluntary organisations
What do they fund: Projects must clearly address an issue of rural poverty and / or social isolation and applicants must provide a minimum of 15% match funding
How much do they offer: £200 – £1500
Deadline: Friday 29th September 2017, 4pm
Apply through the Rural Support Network in your council area.
Uniting Opportunities Fund
Who do they fund: Registered charities, Community/voluntary groups, Schools, Limited Companies and Non Profit Organisations.
What do they fund: projects promoting good relations and reconciliation through sport, physical and creative activity. The proposed project should target young people who are homeless, refugees/asylum seekers, offenders, in care or young people who are disabled, have poor mental health or misuse substances.
How much do they offer: £5,000 – £30,000
Deadline: Friday 22 September 2017, 4pm
Awards for All Northern Ireland
Who do they fund: Charities based in Northern Ireland which are people led and strength based.
What do they fund: Projects which enable people to participate in their communities, people to develop their skills and broaden their experience, people to work towards better and safer communities or improve people’s physical and mental health and well-being.
How much do they offer: £500 – £10,000
Community Relations Council Small Grants
Who do they fund: community/voluntary groups throughout Northern Ireland working primarily with adults.
What do they fund: projects which will develop the organisation’s capacity to engage in community relations work and to enhance the community relations potential of projects they undertake.
How much do they offer: £10,000
Halifax foundation for Northern Ireland
Who do they fund: NI based charities with an income under 1 million pounds.
What do they fund: projects which support underfunded charities that enable people, especially disadvantaged or people with special needs, to play a fuller role in the community
How much do they offer: £3,000 – £4,000
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Who do they fund: Projects which address the root causes of violence and injustice, rather than alleviating symptoms and which cannot be funded from other sources.
What do they fund: projects which strengthen human rights and equality, inclusive politics, demilitarisation or dealing with the past.
How much do they offer:
The Older People’s Fund
Who do they fund: offers funding for locally based community projects that are planned and run by and for older people.
What do they fund: Projects should be based around advocacy and campaigning, independent living or training.
How much do they offer: £3,000 – £10,000
Deadline: Autumn 2017
Northern Ireland Electrical Networks
Who do they fund: Registered charities working in NI.
What do they fund: Equipment, education projects, health promotion, citisenship, community development.
How much do they offer: £200 – £750
Building Community Pharmacy Partnerships
Who do they fund: Constituted charities
What do they fund: Projects seeking to develop a community-pharmacy partnership that will address a range of locally identified health and well-being needs.
How much do they offer: £2,000 for level 1 and £10,000 for level 2 applications