Haringey’s Community Carbon Fund

Haringey’s Community Carbon Fund is now open to applications – inviting community groups to submit project ideas to tackle the climate emergency.

Launched by the Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for the Environment, Transport and the Climate Emergency, Cllr Mike Hakata, the local authority’s Community Carbon Fund is offering grants to local organisations who want to start or expand decarbonisation projects in the borough, with grants of up to £50,000 available for ideas to reduce carbon emissions.

Applications can be submitted online or emailed to [email protected] before midnight on Friday January 7, 2022. For more information, attend the Q&A events on November 17 and December 8.

Apply now and help us make Haringey net zero carbon!


Arnold Clark Community Fund

The Arnold Clark Community Fund is accepting applications from organisations who fall into the following categories: food banks, toy banks, housing and accommodation & poverty relief.

Grant size: up to £1,000
Organisation type: UK registered charities and local community groups, community interest companies, charitable incorporated organisations and social enterprises.

Deadline: 31 December 2021  Apply here


The Ragdoll Foundation Small Grants

This Grants Scheme supports the cultural sector’s work with children and young people.
Grant size: up to £1,500
Length: up to 6 months
Decision timescale: 6 weeks from round deadline
Organisation size: not aimed at arts organisations that receive core support from one of the UK arts councils, or that have an annual turnover in excess of £300k
Funding covers: innovative, arts-based small projects, pilots, or research & development to inform a new project or programme of work.
Organisation type: not-for-profit organisations based in the UK

Deadline: 7 January 2022 Apply here


Untold Stories: grants by the Commission for Diversity in Public Realm

The Mayor of London is offering community-led organisations funding and support to make a change in our public spaces. Untold Stories is your opportunity to test, develop, grow and create projects which share your community’s stories with the city.

Grant size: from £1,000 to £25,000
Funding covers: Projects are expected to mainly fall into two categories:
• creating new objects (such as murals, artworks, plaques, benches, gardens, play areas) that increase diversity and representation in London’s public spaces
• projects that provide context, insight or draw attention to invisible, contested or absent heritage in London’s public spaces.

Deadline: 12 January 2022 Apply here


AB Charitable Trust - Migrants and Refugees

Grants available for charities delivering services directly targeting migrant communities, and people who are refugees or seeking asylum.

Grant size: £10,000 to £20,000
Decision: April 2022
Funding covers: core funding (unrestricted grants) or project funding (restricted grants)
Organisation type: turnover of between £150,000 and £1.5 million

Deadline: 30 January 2022 Apply here


Connected Futures Fund

This is a new fund to support young people to get good jobs through pioneering local partnerships. Haringey is one of the eligible local authorities for this fund.

Grant size: between £75,000 and £125,000 of restricted investment per partnership

Deadline: 17 January 2022 Apply here


Rise Fund

Rosa’s Rise Fund provides organisational development funding for Black and minoritised-led women’s and girls’ organisations across the UK established for three years or more.

Grant size: up to £40,000

Length: two-year grants

Decision timescale: Grants will be paid in July 2022         

Organisation size: average income of less than £100,000 per year

Funding covers: organisational development work relating to areas such as strategy, governance, leadership, alliances and partnerships, funding, demonstrating impact and systems and processes.

Deadlines: 5pm, 10 January 2022 Apply here


Your Best Friend

Grants for projects that support girls, young women and non-binary young people aged 13-24. Projects must:

  • increase understanding about healthy, unhealthy and toxic relationships
  • give people the knowledge and confidence to know how to keep their friends safe

Grant size: small grants of £1,000 - £10,000 and large grants between £10,000 and £25,000.

Decision timescale: 4-6 weeks after receiving application.

Funding covers: You can use the grant to pay for staff, for professional help (like a graphic designer), to hire a venue, pay for printing etc.

Deadlines: Large grant – 18 February 2022  Apply here


Ocado Foundation for Good

Grants for UK registered charities and community groups. The foundation is focused in three core areas: skills for the future, natural resources and responsible sourcing.

Grant size: up to £1,000

Organisation type: UK registered charities and community groups

Deadline: 31 December 2021 Apply here


The Wolfson Foundation – funding for places

Grants for capital initiatives, i.e. buildings (new build or refurbishment) and equipment. There are opportunities available for organisations working in mental health, disability, older people, arts, places of worship.

Grant size: Usual grant range - £20,000 – £75,000

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