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Funding Newsflash

Thanks to funding from Tesco bags of Help and Groundworks, Clybiau Plant Cymru Kids' Clubs are able to offer the first few Clubs renewing their membership in the Haverfordwest area free in club workshops promoting physical play, communication and team building.



The Asda Foundation


The Asda Foundation are committed to developing stronger, better connected, sustainable communities across the UK.

The Asda foundation wants to have a strong reputation for managing, co-ordinating and delivering programmes which really make a difference to local communities and the people who live there.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Have Identified opportunities, initiatives and new ways to support local Communities
  • The Charity/good cause has developed relationships with local people at a grass roots level.
  • Are tackling the underlying problems in your local community
  • Can apply evidence from programmes of community needs and aspirations to develop an existing model
  • Benefits the wider community and is not just supporting a single user group.
  • There is a need for this facility locally
  • Will make a long term difference
  • Will transform your community, improving the lives of those who live there.

Please see the website for further details and to complete an online eligibility form.




The Cuthbert Horn Trust

The trust aims to support charitable organisations undertaking general charitable purposes in a range of activities.

  • Activities supported include conservation, education and environmental protection. Support also extends to help for disadvantaged children and music.
  • Previous grants have been for between £2000 and £3000
  • Applications should be made in writing giving details of the project

Arnold Hill & Co LLP ,

Craven House ,

16 Northumberland Avenue , London,


020 7306 9100





The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust funds registered charities operating in the UK in the fields of the advancement of the arts, health and medical welfare and environmental protection or improvement.

  • The Trust's current focus includes accessibility of the arts for young people, provision of art and music therapy to improve quality of life and environmental projects
  • The majority of grants are single grants over a one year period of £500 to £5,000.
  • All grant applications should be made online via the website below where full application guidelines can be downloaded

Applications are considered in March, July and November





Joseph Strong Fraser Trust

The trust has central charitable purposes with an emphasis on helping people, particularly the young, old, sick, disabled, and deprived.


  • Small grants for smaller charities in South Wales
  • Funding of £500 - £2000 available and often for  more than one year
  • Any eligibility requirements
  • Applications by letter can be made at any time and are reviewed half yearly in March and September

The Trust welcomes telephone calls from potential applicants


The Secretary, Floor A, Milburn House, Dean Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear


0191 232 8065





Good Luck- and please tell your Childcare Business Development Officer if you have successful applications so we can share your news with others!  If you have any funding queries, comments or suggestions, email us!  


029 2074 1000




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