Check the information below to find out your eligibility and how to apply.
These grants are intended for small, developing and less well-resourced groups and organisations across South Yorkshire, where small amounts of funding can make a real difference. Applicants don’t have to be a registered charity and most grants are made as one-off payments between £250 and £5,000.
To be assessed by our next quarterly panel, please complete your application by Tuesday 31st October 2017.
The Combatting Isolation & Community Involvement Fund has been set up to benefit older people who are resident in South Yorkshire.
Grant awards are typically between £600 – £5,000.
To be assessed by our next quarterly panel, please complete a full application by Tuesday 31st October 2017.
Grants shall be used to support groups that can evidence a sustained beneficial impact on people’s lives who are excluded or disadvantaged. This may be through low income, rural or social isolation, age, disabilities, race, sexuality or gender. Priority is to be given to small, locally based groups or organisations in areas of disadvantage that have a clear understanding of the needs of their community and are undertaking actions to address these needs.
Please submit your application by midnight on Monday 25th September.
This fund is for Sheffield play schemes creating opportunities for integrated play in mainstream activities for children with disabilities. Groups can apply for grants ranging from £50 to £1000.
The Sheffield Association in Aid of the Adult Deaf Community First Fund has been set up to benefit deaf persons in Sheffield, aged over 16. This fund has specific priorities and is in particular for the purpose of religious, educational and recreational welfare of those persons.
This funding is intended for community and voluntary groups engaged with strengthening the traditional manufacturing and industrial traditions of South Yorkshire. Grants are for up to £5,000.
This programme awards grants to community and voluntary groups in South Yorkshire tackling child sexual exploitation (CSE), trafficking, child sexual abuse and those supporting people and families affected by these issues. The funding awards grants of between £1,000 and £5,000.
Youth social action has huge potential to create enjoyable opportunities and skills development for young people, benefitting local people and places.
The aim of this grant is to raise the level and quality of youth social action. The programme aim is to increase youth social action by 50% by 2020 taking the percentage of young
Please submit your application by midnight on Monday 9th October.
If you have any questions about applying to this fund then please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you or call 0114 242 4294