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This is the place to keep up to date with funding opportunities for community dance artists, practitioners and organisations - particularly funding suitable for continuing professional development and training.

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Deadline: Mon 1 Jun 2015
Not for profit organisations such as such as registered charities; voluntary organisations; schools; churches; and community interest groups; etc. can apply for grants of up to £10,000 through the BBC Children in Need Small Grants programme 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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Deadline: Mon 1 Jun 2015
This annual fellowship is for six months (usually February until July), and is open to community dance practitioners, teachers and researchers from New Zealand and overseas who have a proposed programme of activity, or project, that furthers Caroline's belief and aspirations for community dance in New Zealand Read more...
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Deadline: Fri 1 May 2015
The Artists’ international development fund offers early stage development opportunities for individual freelance and self-employed artists (including creative producers, publishers, curators and editors) based in England to spend time building links with artists, organisations and/or creative producers in another country Read more...

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...
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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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The main aim of this fund is to support charitable Voluntary Organisations to undertake activities that will benefit Sovereign Residents and/or bring about improvements to the neighbourhoods in which Sovereign has its properties Read more...
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Comic Relief support organisations with the people, ideas and ability to tackle complex problems and create positive social change across the UK Read more...
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The purpose of the new Artists' Bursaries programme is to provide artists and other creative professionals time and resources to develop their practice Read more...
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Hilton in the Community Foundation wants to help young people have a better future Read more...
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BBC Children in Need is the BBC's UK corporate charity. Thanks to the support of the public, we're able to make a real difference to the lives of children all across the UK. How do we do this? Read all about our vision and how we operate below Read more...
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First World War: then and now provides grants of £3,000 to £10,000 for communities to mark the Centenary of the First World War Read more...
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