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Top Tips for Grant Funding Applications& Project Planning and Impact Measurement -Free webinars: London Sport Consultancy

Top Tips for Grant Funding Applications& Project Planning and Impact Measurement -Free webinars: London Sport Consultancy

  • Top Tips for Grant Funding ApplicationsTuesday 22 February 2022, 10-11.30am
    • The do’s and don’ts of grant application writing
    • Consulting with the target audience and external partners – who to engage? Why? How?
    • Framing your case for support and structuring clear, concise applications

 

  • Project Planning and Impact Measurement – Tuesday 29 March, 10-11:30 am
    • Convert ideas into project plans and identify tools to measure outcomes
    • Project planning – how to convert ideas into project plans using Theory of Change/Logic Models
    • Insight into good practice and case studies of social impact reporting
    • How to measure and share your social impact creatively and on a budget

For more information Click Here

 

Safeguarding Lead Trustee Vacancy-Community Activities Project Ealing (CAPE)

Safeguarding Lead Trustee Vacancy-Community Activities Project Ealing (CAPE)

Individuals are sought who have a strong empathy with CAPE’s mission.  A world where adults experiencing complex and enduring mental ill health build their emotional resilience and can live a fulfilled life. In particular at this time we are seeking experience, insight and expertise in Safeguarding as core to our purpose is the safety of the people, staff and communities we work with.

 The Board of Trustees are jointly responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of the charity, its financial health, the probity of its activities and developing the organisations, aims and objectives in accordance with its governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

 All trustees should be aware of and understand their individual and collective responsibilities.

Role Safeguarding Lead Trustee
Salary Unremunerated
Location Meetings will take place in Ealing London or on line (zoom)
 

Time

Commitment

·       Four Management Committee meetings per year (2 hours each) an Annual General Meeting.  

·       One annual Strategy Away Day (Full day)

·       Risk & Compliance Sub- Committee at least 4 times per year.

Start Date As soon as possible.
Term Two years’ commitment in the first instance, with the possibility of further terms.

CLICK HERE for more details : Trustee Appointment Brief – Safeguarding Lead Trustee Jan 2021 Final (002)

JOHN LYON’S CHARITY-SMALL GRANTS by Young Ealing Foundation

JOHN LYON’S CHARITY-SMALL GRANTS by Young Ealing Foundation

£100,000 Small Grants Fund targeted specifically at young people from the London Borough of Ealing.

Grants of up to £5,000 are available for either –

  • Projects working with children and young people

OR

  • Core costs – if your organisation exclusively supports children and young people.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • A Young Ealing Foundation member – if you are not already we can sign you up.
  • Have an annual income under £250,000
  • You have two unrelated signatories
  • Have a Constitution

For more information  John lyon’s Small Grants Round 3 YEF

Sport England – Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund – Decisions following application usually take around 3 weeks.

Sport England – Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund – Decisions following application usually take around 3 weeks.

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund aims to use sport and physical activity as a means of bringing a community together and providing opportunities for people who may be less physically active. Project costs such as facility hire and coaching, and small capital improvements are eligible. It’s important that your project can continue to run, or have a lasting legacy as a result of the funding. Sports England are looking for projects that are built from local experience and feedback; that bring together various groups and communities; and also make the most of local facilities and equipment.

You don’t have to be a sports organisation to apply but you should show how you have the skills and experience to deliver the project. Priority will be given to projects that work with people in disadvantaged communities.

Grants of between £300 and £10,000 available.

For more information Click Here

Vinci UK Foundation Grants – Deadline: 31st March, 2022 

Vinci UK Foundation Grants – Deadline: 31st March, 2022 

The VINCI UK Foundation funds projects which aim to tackle the issues in the following four areas of action through an innovative approach and which will make a positive, measurable impact on the local area :

  1. access to employment,
  2. insertion through housing,
  3. inclusive mobility
  4. and building better communities.

The total cost of the project should not exceed £100,000.

In 2020, 33 projects were supported and received grants of between £3,000 and £20,000.

For more information Click Here

Imkaan – Margin to Centre Fund- Deadline: 7th February, 2022 10am

Imkaan – Margin to Centre Fund- Deadline: 7th February, 2022 10am

Margin to Centre – A Fund for Black and Minoritised Women and Girls’ Sector

Imkaan has been funded by the Tampon Tax Fund to make onward grants to frontline Black and minoritised women and girls’ organisations committed to ending violence against women and girls (VAWG).

A Fund for Black and Minoritised Women and Girls’ Sector

Grants are available to support capacity building activities in local not-for-profit organisations working with Black and minoritised women and girls across England and Scotland

The overall aim of the fund is to support organisations’ sustainability, increasing their resilience to deliver existing services and/or new projects. We are interested in supporting small organisations and projects not previously funded, and supporting work with Black and minoritised women and girls.

To support organisations, that would usually not apply for funding, we encourage partnership applications.

The following grants are available:

  • Up to £15,000: 5 grants.
  • £15,001 to £25,000: 14 grants.
  • £25,0001 to £35,000: 12 grants.
  • £35,001 to £50,000: 4 grants.

Organisations should not request grants of more than 50% of their total income.

For more information Click Here