POSTCODE COMMUNITY TRUST
The Postcode Community Trust provides project based funding in Great Britain under the themes ‘Improving community health & wellbeing, Increasing participation in arts & physical recreation and reducing isolation’ .
Our funding rounds in 2020:
- Stage 1: 21st January – 4th February
- Stage 2: 10th March – 24th March
THE CLARA E BURGESS CHARITY
Grants generally up to £5,000 for UK registered charities carrying out projects that benefit children and young people.
The Clara E Burgess Charity provides grants for projects that benefit the health and well-being of children and young people, particularly through the provision of facilities and assistance to enhance the education, health and physical well-being of children in order that their conditions of life may be improved. The Charity prioritises projects that benefit children aged up to 10 years and children and young people who have lost one or both parents.
Contact details for the Charity are:
The Clara E Burgess Charity
Royal Bank of Scotland
1st Floor, Trinity Quay 1
Tel: 03453 042424
THE GIBBONS FAMILY TRUST
Small grants for not-for-profit organisations in Devon (with a preference for East Devon) and Thanet in Kent working to benefit of children and young people aged up to 25.
The Gibbons Family Trust awards grants to not-for-profit organisations working to provide care, welfare, education and support for children and young people under the age of 25 years in Devon (with a preference for East Devon) and the Isle of Thanet, Kent. The Trust has previously has awarded grants to charitable residential and day care establishments for children and young people, including those who are disabled; as well as projects providing educational advancement, training and recreational activities.
Contact details for the Gibbons Family Trust are:
The Gibbons Family Trust
14 Fore Street
Tel: 07483 335759
TESCO BAGS OF HELP COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAMME REOPENS TO APPLICATIONS WITH REVISED GRANTS LEVELS
Grants up to £2,000 for a wide range of UK community groups, organisations, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations with seeking capital improvements for local community projects.
The overarching aim of the scheme is to support local community groups, organisations, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations through awards for equipment, activities and refurbishing or developing buildings and outdoor spaces. Proposals can be a stand-along project or a discrete, self-contained part of a larger scheme or part of a phased project.
To begin an application, organisations are required to complete an Eligibility Quiz. This will require the postcode of the nearest Tesco store to the proposed project
Once the Eligibility Quiz has been completed, successful applicants will be provided with a link to the full application form. The applications are then assessed by Groundwork to ensure that they are eligible. This will be followed up by Tesco shortlisting groups. The final projects will then go forward to the in-store vote.
For further information visit the website