Funding: deadlines

Below is a list of current funding opportunities that we have hand-selected as being relevant for groups in Reading, that have deadlines attached to them:

You can also view a wider range of funding opportunities on the Reading 4 Community website.

  • The Fore – Next registration deadline is 24 July, 2024

    Introduction – overview of the funding The Fore is the only open-access funder in the UK offering development funding and strategic support to early-stage charities and social enterprises. Who is eligible to apply? Applications are accepted from the following types of organisations who are registered ...

  • Black History Month (BHM) 365 Fund – SNG – Deadline 24 May, 2024

    Introduction – overview of the funding The Sovereign Network Group has a partnership with A2Dominion Housing Group, Peabody and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing to offer grants, through the Black History Month (BHM) 365 fund, that support activities and projects in communities ...

  • The Earley Charity – Capital Projects Fund – Deadline 24 June 2024

    Following the outstanding success of their Bicentenary Capital Fund launched in 2019, Trustees are pleased to announce a new £350,000 Capital Projects Fund. The fund is open to local organisations that work in or predominately serve the Earley Charity’s area ...

  • Lloyds Bank Foundation – Racial Equity Fund – Deadline 30 May 2024

    Introduction – overview of the funding The Lloyds Bank Foundation offers funding to small and local charities across England and Wales, helping people overcome complex social issues, such as mental health, homelessness and domestic abuse. The Foundation helps those charities through ...

  • The Ironmongers’ Company grants – next deadline on 31 July 2024

    The Ironmongers’ Company wishes to support projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential. Who can apply? Grants are only given to registered charities. Projects must meet all of the following criteria: For children and young people ...

  • The Steel Charitable Trust – next deadline on midday 11 July 2024

    The Trustees make discretionary grants where they believe that their contribution will make a real difference. Grants are available to registered charities in the UK working in the areas of arts and heritage, education, environment, health, or social and economic ...

  • The Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund: Grants for disadvantaged young people – next deadline on 4 July 2024

    The Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund was set up in 1973. The Fund’s principal aim is to support people in trouble, particularly young offenders and ex-offenders, as well as other disadvantaged young people.  Preference is given to pump-priming new projects, especially ...

  • Miles & Daughters Community Fund – Next round opens July 2025

    Introduction The Miles & Daughters Community Fund exemplifies their ongoing dedication to making a positive impact in the communities they serve. After a successful debut last year, the Miles & Daughters Community Fund is back in 2024, offering £300 to £1,500 to ...

  • Matthew Good Foundation – Grants for Good, next deadline 15 June 2024

    Making a positive difference to communities, people & the environment, Grants for Good is the Foundation’s first fund that invites local charities, voluntary groups, or social enterprises that have an average annual income of less than £50,000 to apply for funding. Every ...

  • Leeds Building Society Foundation – Next deadline 10 June 2024

    Introduction Leeds Building Society offers small grants for capital funding. The funding is intended to support projects to improve the health, wellbeing and financial literacy of people who are experiencing homelessness. Who is eligible to apply? Applications will be accepted from UK registered charities. To ...

  • Boots Charitable Fund – Next application window 1 – 31 May 2024

    Introduction Boots Charitable Trust offers grants of up to £10,000  to support charities and voluntary organisations working in the areas of health, lifelong learning, community development and social care. Who is eligible to apply Registered charities working in the areas of health, lifelong ...

  • AB Charitable Trust – Migrants and Refugees – next deadline 26 April 2024

    The AB Charitable Trust is an independent grant-making organisation, founded in 1990 to champion human dignity and support marginalised and excluded groups. One of their priorities is to support charities working with migrants and refugees. The Trust recognises that charities offer a ...

  • VCSE Energy Efficiency Scheme – Next round opens mid-April 2024

    Introduction The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has launched a £25.5million funding package to help frontline delivery organisations  or those managing a community hub with frontline services, with the increased cost of living. This scheme offers voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (VCSE)  ...

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