Honda - Made in Britain £100 creation grant via Facebook
Each month Honda will be awarding a £100 grant to the best Made In Britain creation it receives through its Facebook app.
Last Updated (Monday, 05 March 2012 14:32)
Alec Dickson Trust (For people under 30)
This trust supports young people who are able to demonstrate that through volunteering or community service they can enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society. The trust would welcome the opportunity to support innovative projects. It is very unlikely that applications from young people embarking on organised 'gap year' projects overseas or requesting a grant for college/university course fees will match with the trust's funding criteria.
To find out more visit www.alecdicksontrust.org.uk
Last Updated (Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:57)
The Grocers’ Charity
This charity supports education; churches; medicine; youth; disability; heritage; relief of poverty; elderly and the arts. To apply you must complete an Initial Enquiry Form which is available on their website.
To find out more visit www.grocershall.co.uk/index.php/charity/
Last Updated (Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:41)
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
This foundation supports arts; education and learning; and social justice in the UK; and local organisations supporting vulnerable groups of people, especially children, in India.
To find out more visit www.phf.org.uk/
Last Updated (Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:42)
Arts Council England announces Catalyst Arts, £40m fund to increase arts philanthropy
Arts Council England and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) announced an £80 million scheme to boost philanthropy to the arts in December 2010. This was further boosted by a £20 million investment from Heritage Lottery Fund on 4 July 2011. The scheme is made up of a number of different initiatives:
Catalyst Arts, announced on 29 June 2011 is a £40 million fund to help build the long-term resilience of arts organisations by increasing their fundraising potential. will be invested in three different ways:
Further details of the criteria and how to apply to Catalyst Arts will be available in September.
Catalyst Endowments, announced on 4 July 2010, is a £55 million scheme to help arts and heritage organisations secure their long-term financial stability by building endowment funds. Arts Council England has committed £10 million to the joint funding initiative with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Heritage Lottery Fund.
The bigger picture
These schemes represent some of the measures we are putting in place to help create a more sustainable, resilient and innovative arts sector – one of the five goals set out in Achieving Great Art for Everyone, our 10-year framework for the arts.