The Arnold Clark Community Fund
Funding to Support Charities & Community Groups Affected
by the Coronavirus Pandemic (UK)
Charities and local community groups across the UK who are in need of financial assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic can apply for funding of up to £1,000 to continue their work during the crisis.
The Arnold Clark Community Fund will award 500 grants through a monthly draw to help charities and community groups continue their important work which may be at risk due to the pandemic. Only one application will be accepted per organisation and entries must be received by 11.59pm on the last day of each month to be considered for that month. Applications that are unsuccessful one month will be kept in the draw for the following month.
The final deadline for applications is the 31st May 2021.
The Ulster-Scots Covid-19 Resilience Fund has reopened for Small Grant applications
FUNDING OPPORTUNITY! The Ulster-Scots Covid-19 Resilience Fund has reopened for Small Grant applications from £1,000 to £3,000 for Northern Ireland based groups.
Funding is available for running costs and Covid safety measures. Click below to register and you will be provided with the link to the simple online application process. We have received an additional £300,000 from the Department for Communities.
Projects will be assessed on a first come first served basis, so apply early to avoid disappointment. Applications will close on Monday 22nd February at 5.00pm, but don't leave it to the last minute.
** PLEASE NOTE: This funding is only available to new applicants. **
On behalf of the Department for Communities (DfC), Co-operation Ireland in partnership with Rural Community Network announces the re-opening of the VCSE Covid Recovery Fund
Following the closure of the first phase of the Fund in December 2020, a review has identified that funds remain available that would allow for the purchase of PPE and other sundry items to enable the re-opening and/ or continued delivery of vital community services. With potential for future PPE funding opportunities limited, this provides an opportunity for the Sector to make new or additional applications to help organisations plan ahead and ensure their premises are ready to deliver services as soon as Covid restrictions are relaxed.
This phase of the Fund, which opens for applications at 10.00 am on Monday 18 January 2021, is to ensure that VCSE organisations have the sufficient PPE required to continue service delivery. Groups can apply for awards up to £5,000 for purchase of PPE. Organisations who were previously successful in applying to this element of the fund can reapply to receive up to £5,000 (e.g. if an organisation was awarded £2,000 from the 1st phase of applications, they can apply for a further £3,000).
The Key Features of the Fund are:
To make an application to the VCSE Covid Recovery Fund or for further information on what support is available, please visit https://cooperationireland.org/projects/covid-recovery-application/
Voluntary, Community and Social Economy Covid Recovery Fund to reopen
The Covid Charity Fund is open for applications from organisations in the Charity Sector in Northern Ireland
Wednesday 6 January to Friday 22 January at 4pm.
NICVA will also be running a number of Q and A advice webinars for the fund, you can register for these by clicking the links below:
Voluntary, Community and Social Economy Covid Recovery Fund
On behalf of the Department for Communities (DfC), Co-operation Ireland in partnership with Rural Community Network announces the opening of the VCSE Covid Recovery Fund
The Covid 19 Pandemic has impacted Voluntary, Community and Social Economy (VCSE) organisations across Northern Ireland – a high proportion of these organisations have refocused their objectives to reduce the impact of Covid‑19 on the most vulnerable in our society. At the same time, the pandemic also demonstrated the value and contribution of VCSE organisations in the delivery of services provided to those most in need.
The VCSE Covid Recovery Fund Fund has a total value of over £3 million and aims to:
Thursday 12th November to Friday 11th December 2020 (4.00p.m.)
To make an application to the VCSE Covid Recovery Fund or for further information on what support is available, please click here.
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