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Deadline: Tue 9 Feb 2016
Registered Charities that work with young people have the opportunity to apply for grants through the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People (formerly the Hilton Foundation) Central Grants Programme. Read more...
This fund is to help organisations develop existing work by helping you to build convincing evidence of what your work achieves for children and young people, schools and teachers; to understand how this happens; and how the work might be developed and improved further. Read more...
Deadline: Fri 15 Jan 2016
LUTSF supports individuals working in all areas of movement and dance who wish to travel in order to enrich their practice and pursue a personal passion.  Read more...
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Deadline: Mon 30 Nov 2015
ID is inviting applications for the second round of the Gill Clarke Resources Fund. The fund provides dance artists on a low income with tangible resources they require for their professional development and research: books, journals, DVDs, or music. Read more...
Charities registered in the UK can apply for grants from the newly established Morrisons Foundation. The Foundation is looking to award approximately £2 million a year for community projects that improve people's lives Read more...
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Deadline: Fri 27 Oct 2017
The Arts Council England has launched a new "Ambition for Excellence" Fund. The Fund which is worth £35.2 wants to stimulate and support ambition, talent and excellence across the arts sector in England, especially outside London Read more...
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The Santander Foundation has announced that charities can apply for a grant of up to £10,000 to help disadvantaged people in the UK from two new funding schemes - Learn & Grow and Money Skills Read more...
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The Mercers Company makes grants to Charities and State Maintained schools to improve the availability and quality of educational opportunities for children and young adults, especially in London and in particular areas of the West Midlands - Walsall, Sandwell and Telford Read more...
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A new financial institution set up by the UK government to finance charities and community groups has been launched Read more...
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Active Communities is a funding programme for community groups and not-for-profit organisations, with an income of less than £350,000 a year or an average of £350,000 over two years Read more...
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Heart Research UK (HRUK) is inviting applications from not for profit groups, voluntary organisations and registered charities through their SUBWAY/HRUK Healthy Heart Grants Read more...
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Fidelio welcomes applications for grants up to £5,000 in support of the Arts, in particular the dramatic and operatic arts, music, speech and dance Read more...
The Alec Dickson Trust provides grants of up to £500 to help young people of up to 30, or small groups of young people, run a volunteering project in their local area Read more...
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The Open Project Funding supports the arts, screen and creative industries, with projects that help them explore, realise and develop their creative potential, widen access to their work, and enrich Scotland’s reputation as a distinctive creative nation connected to the world Read more...
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Reopening in June, the Near Neighbours programme offers small grants, between £250 and £5,000, providing seed capital for local groups and organisations who are working to bring together neighbours; to develop relationships of diverse faiths and ethnicities and also to improve their communities  Read more...
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