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Funding Newsflash August 2019
[05/08/2019]

Pembrokeshire Clubs have been enjoying outdoor and environmental play activities through our FREE Nature Zone workshops, thanks to grants from Tesco Bags of Help. There are more FREE workshops available for Clubs in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, thanks to grants from Tesco Bags of Help and Ray Gravell and Friends Charitable Trust. Email infoww@clybiauplantcymru.org or telephone the West Wales Regional Office on 01269 831010 for more information.


 

 

The ScrewFix Foundation

 

The Screwfix Foundation is a registered charity set up in 2013. They have a clear purpose of raising funds to support projects that will fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities for those in need in the UK.

Funds are raised throughout the year to support causes that will change people's lives. The Screwfix foundation works with both national and local charities, donating much needed funds to help all sorts of projects, from repairing buildings and improving facilities in deprived areas to decorating the homes of people living with sickness and disabilities.

 

To date the Screwfix Foundation have raised over £1.5 million helping more than 420 local charities throughout the UK

All applications are reviewed. Of particular relevance are the following:

  • Whether  the organisation or project part of a registered charity
  • Will the funds help people in need by reason of financial hardship, sickness, disability, distress or other disadvantage in the UK?
  • Does the project relate to the repair, maintenance, improvement or construction of homes, community buildings and other buildings?
  • Will the project be environmentally friendly?

Please see the website to apply and for further information.

 

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         The Newby Trust

 

The Newby Trust funds local, regional or national charities registered and operating in the UK within the broad categories of education, health and social welfare

The Trust is more likely to fund smaller or medium-sized charities with an annual income of less than £1,000,000.  In general, only charities that are invited to apply will be considered for a grant.

Please send an email to info@newby-trust.org.uk if you would like to bring the work of your charity to the attention of the Trust.  Due to the number of enquiries received and limited staff time, the Trust regrets that it is only able respond to introductory emails if the Trust wishes to take the enquiry to the next stage.

 

The Newby Trust Funds:

  • Registered charities within the broad categories of education, health and social welfare.
  • Charities that have a local, regional or national scope within the UK.

Please see website for further information

 

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Trusthouse Charitable House 

Trusthouse is a medium sized grant making foundation giving grants to small, well established organisations in the UK, who address local issues in areas of extreme urban deprivation, or in remote fragile rural communities.

Trusthouse gives grants for running costs or one off capital costs to charities and not for profit organisations in accordance with the criteria that are regularly reviewed and decided by the trustees.

 

Applications are accepted from organisations which are addressing issues in rural areas. Trusthouse is interested in for example, projects providing transport for the elderly, disabled or disadvantaged; contact networks for young disabled; projects which encourage a sense of community; employment training schemes.

 

Trusthouse accept applications from local or national charities or not-for profit organisations which work with residents of urban areas which are classified as the most deprived 20%.

Within these overarching themes, they are interested in three areas:

  • Community Support: family support, sports projects, rehabilitation, community centres and work with young people
  • Disability and Healthcare: Projects in deprived areas for people of all ages.
  • Arts, Education and Heritage: Alternative education projects, arts projects for people with disabilities supplementary teaching.

 

Please read the guidelines on the website carefully before applying. 

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Biffa Award

Biffa Award are part of the Landfill communities Fund, supporting positive change across the UK.

 

Biffa Award projects make up an eclectic community across the country with projects ranging in size and scale form £500 to £1.5 million. This variety is one of the greatest strengths of the Biffa award community. In the past 5 years the Biffa Award has installed double glazing in Scout huts and provided a state of the art home for Thrust SSC, the fastest car ever made. They have fixed sprinklers on bowls greens, installed practice cricket nets and bought beavers back to Britain. The projects do have little in common, except they all represent the best aspects of community spirit and ambition. Biffa Award projects are all united in one mission, to build communities and transform lives.

 

Biffa Award looks to award grants to projects that provide or improve biodiversity, community spaces and places for outdoor recreation.

 

Funding criteria:

  • The project's site is within 5 miles of a Biffa operation or 10 miles of an active Biffa or any licensed landfill site.
  • The total cost of the project is less than £200,000
  • There will be a minimum of 104 days of public access to the project per year
  • Funds used for site-based improvement work not equipment or running costs

 

Biffa Award is a 2 stage process.

Stage one: Expression of Interest

Stage two: Full application

 

Your application will be assessed and considered at the next appropriate Board meeting. All themes will be reviewed at each meeting - February, May, July and November. Please allow up to six months after submitting your full Application for a decision.

Please  see website for further information

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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!  

funding@clybiauplantcymru.org

029 2074 1000

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