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This month’s featured funding opportunities are:
A charitable Trust that provides grants to researchers, smaller charities and community based organisations that are involved in supporting older people. Research grants of between £25k and £300k are available for both clinical and academic researchers. Funding is also available for research training fellowships and PhD studentships. Applications for funding for their round one 2020/21 grants open on 4th November 2019 and close on 10th January 2020. More information about the funding streams and deadlines can be found here: https://dunhillmedical.org.uk/current-deadlines/
An independent charitable trust that aims to bring about systemic change, working with a range of partners to influence policy and decision making. They award around £4million each year across around 100 grants. Application for funding is by invitation following a discussion of your proposed project. More information on how to apply can be found here: https://www.barrowcadbury.org.uk/resources/applicants/
A charitable foundation that aims to overcome disadvantage, with an interest in supporting young people and with a strong belief in the importance of the arts. There are a number of funds available: Major Grants; Neighbourhood Fund; Act for Change Fund; Backbone Fund; Tech for Good; Ideas and Pioneers Fund; Breakthrough Fund; Growth Fund; Arts based Learning Fund; Access and Participation Fund; Youth Fund; Shared Ground Fund; Teacher Development Fund; and the India Open Grants Fund. The Ideas and Pioneers fund supports unusual or radical ideas to improve the opportunities and life chances of people in the UK with grants of up to £10k (https://www.phf.org.uk/funds/ideaspioneers/). The Tech for Good fund supports charities who are using technology to support their mission, and the next round of applications will open in February 2020 (https://techforgoodhub.co.uk/). More information on how to apply can be found here: https://www.phf.org.uk/apply-funding/
A Suffolk based fund administered by the Suffolk Community Foundation which supports initiatives that aim to improve the quality of life for people living and working in rural communities. Grants of up to £4k are available to eligible organisations and grants for up to £1,000 are available for projects hosted by parish councils. Applications can be made online here: https://ukcf.secure.force.com/forms/rural-fund
Funding is available for projects that support the Foundation’s strategic priorities, which are: Homelessness and Housing; Poverty and Disadvantage; and Community Cohesion. Grants of up to £2,500 are available and the closing date for 2020 applications is April 2020. You can check if your project is eligible here: https://www.cffc.co.uk/eligibility/
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