Thomas Wall Trust - Digital Skills Programme

This programme aims to equip adults with basic digital skills for work and life, helping them access the online world.

Grant size: up to £5,000
Eligibility: organisations with an annual turnover of up to £500,000
Deadline: 25 June 2021 Apply here

Common Call Fund 2

Black-led charities and social enterprises working in communities across the UK will be able to apply for a grant package to help them:
• Get better informed about their options (moving to new methods of delivery) post-COVID19.
• Develop new enterprising activities and earned income strategies.
• Test the viability of specific propositions.
• Develop clear implementable action plans for such activity.

Grant size: £5,000 or £12,500
Funding covers: services to people that have been adversely affected by the COVID crisis in terms of physical health, mental health and/or financial sustainability.
Organisation type: organisations that have been active for less than 12 months are eligible.

Deadline: 25 June 2021 Apply here

The Voice4Change England – Windrush Scheme

This fund is open to help ensure that organisations and groups can raise awareness and support engagement among those eligible for the government’s  Windrush Scheme and Windrush Compensation Scheme.

Grant size:  £2,500 - £25,000
Decision timescale:  8 weeks
Organisation type: charities, community organisations and/or grassroots groups

Deadline: 30 June 2021   Apply here

Music For All - Community Project Funding

The restrictions of the pandemic have had a huge impact on music tuition with many innovative approaches being used to ensure music education can continue wherever those involved are based. Music for All would like to recognise and support those rising to this challenge through the use of technology to support remote music tuition for a single project to demonstrate innovation in this area.

Grant size: up to £2,000
Decision timescale: 3 months

Deadline: 30 June 2021 Apply here

Aviva Community Fund

Aviva will support projects that are building stronger, more resilient communities. Organisations can apply for funding of up to a maximum of £50,000 for projects in the key areas:

  • Building back better – helping society to bounce back from the pandemic by addressing the health and wellbeing and economic impacts on communities and individuals
  • Climate champions – helping communities to prevent, prepare for and protect against the impacts of climate change
  • Financial empowerment – supporting financial inclusion and giving people the tools to become more financially resilient and independent.

Organisation type: charity or social enterprise with an annual income of no more than £1 million

Deadlines: 6 July Apply here

Peabody Community Fund

The fund is able to support charities and community organisations providing ongoing/regular activities benefitting residents of all ages. Haringey is one of the 8 priority boroughs for this fund. Projects must align with one or more of the three fund themes:

  • Healthy – helping people with their physical and mental wellbeing
  • Wealthy – supporting people to become financially independent through employment, enterprise and education
  • Happy – helping people make the most out of their lives through active citizenship, volunteering and community involvement

Grant size: up to £30,000
Length: Applicants have the option to either request 1 or 2-year funding
Decision timescale: Decisions will be released by 30th September 2021
Organisation size: annual income of £500,000 or less

Deadlines: 14 July 2021 Apply here

The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund - General & Small grants

Grants for work with people with learning disabilities.

Grant size: General Grant Programme for appeals over £10,000 and a Small Grant Programme for appeals below £10,000.
Decision timescale:  
Funding covers: capital and revenue costs and for both specific projects and for general running/core costs.
Organisation type: Charities

Deadline: 1 August 2021. Deadline only apply for the General Grant Programme.  Apply here

Leeds Building Society Charitable Foundation

The Foundation primarily provides funding towards practical items that directly support those in need including those with disabilities, affected by homelessness, or with serious health issues.

Grant size: Grants from £250 to £1000
Decision timescale: next meeting 10 March. If your application is successful, you’ll receive the fund after 7 days of the meeting.
Funding covers: Donations usually fund items of "capital expenditure". That means items must directly help those in need, rather than contributing to the charity's running costs. Organisation type: UK registered charities with a turnover of less than £1m.

Deadline: 2 August 2021  Apply here

Peter Cruddas Foundation

The Foundation gives priority to programmes calculated to help disadvantaged young people in the UK towards pathways into education, training and employment.

Organisation type: registered charities
Grant size: There is no minimum or maximum amount
Length: can be funded for more than one year
Funding covers: projects

Deadline: 1 September 2021 Apply here