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Funding: Youth Music

Funding: Youth Music

  Youth Music’s grants programme provides funding for music-making projects in England. It is made up of three separate funds: Fund A offers small grants (£2,000 to £30,000) for high quality music-making projects and involves a simple application process. Deadline: 5pm, 6 December 2019. Fund B offers medium-sized grants (30,001 – £150,000 per year for up … Continue reading

Funding: Tampon Tax Fund

Charities working with vulnerable women can now bid for grants of £1m or more from the latest round of the government’s Tampon Tax Fund. The fund gives out £15m of grant funding each year to women’s health and support charities from the proceeds of the VAT charged on women’s sanitary products, which are taxed as … Continue reading

Resource: Digital Update from Audience Agency

Resource: Digital Update from Audience Agency

Katie Moffat,  head of digital at the Audience Agency, has circulated another newsletter with updates on what’s happening in the world of social media as relevant to the arts, culture, museums and heritage sectors. In this newsletter Katie mentions the following: “Very useful content style guide with must read tips about making your content more … Continue reading

Funding: The John Lewis Foundation

The John Lewis Foundation provides grants to charitable organisations of around £10,000 and only offers support for programmes and projects that occur within, and benefit communities that support, the John Lewis + Partners business. More information on the Foundation’s website.

Funding: The Allen Lane Foundation

The Allen Lane Foundation funds small registered charities, voluntary groups, and charitable organisations that benefit seven particular groups: Asylum seekers and refugees Gypsies and Travellers Migrant communities Offenders and ex-offenders Older people People experiencing mental health problems People experiencing violence or abuse Maximum grant is £15,000, with the average grant size around £5,000-£6,000. While recognising (and … Continue reading