Available Funds

For Groups

Hill Dickinson Foundation Merseyside

The Hill Dickinson Foundation aims to support projects that tackle the issues of homelessness (cause or effect); encourage positive mental wellbeing; assist those suffering from ill mental health; encourage resilience and support self-confidence (particularly amongst women). Maximum grant available is £3k.  The closing date is 15/11/19.

Women's Fund

Charities and community groups working with women of all ages and backgrounds are able to apply to the Tampon Tax Community Fund 2019 for funding that helps women and girls to build their confidence, skills and self-esteem.  The fund is open to groups working across Merseyside and Greater Manchester.  The closing date is 11 October 2019. 





Manchester Tampon Tax Community Fund

GREATER MANCHESTER ONLY
The Community Foundation for Lancashire is seeking applications to the Tampon Tax Community Fund after its national membership body, UK Community Foundations, secured funding from the DCMS Tampon Scheme. 
Grants up to £10,000

John Goore

The John Goore Fund has been set up to provide support to local residents of Lydiate.

23 Foundation

The 23 Foundation seeks to provide the youth of Merseyside with the means to make a difference in society by giving them an outlet through sport and education. The fund will also support groups that are directly working to support people who are experiencing homelessness and facing real poverty.

Daneway Foundation

Grants are available up to £5,000 to fund projects that support employability or encourage the physical health and well-being of young people. The panel are keen to see projects that result in clear tangible outcomes such as qualifications.

Hill Dickinson Foundation Tower Hamlets

The Hill Dickinson Foundation aims to support projects that tackle the issues of homelessness (cause or effect); encourage positive mental wellbeing; assist those suffering from ill mental health; encourage resilience and support self-confidence (particularly amongst women). The maximum grant size is £3k and the closing date is 15/11/19.

Hill Dickinson Foundation Manchester

The Hill Dickinson Foundation aims to support projects that tackle the issues of homelessness (cause or effect); encourage positive mental wellbeing; assist those suffering from ill mental health; encourage resilience and support self-confidence (particularly amongst women). Maximum grant available is £3k.  The closing date is 15/11/19.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Fred Curran Trust Fund

he Fred Curran Trust aims to improve the lives of people with disabilities in Knowsley. It wishes to fund projects delivered by charities, community groups and social enterprises that offer sporting opportunities to improve skills and help beneficiaries to become more active. Grants up to £1,000

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Mark McQueen Foundation

The Mark McQueen Foundation was set up by the McQueen Family in memory of their loving son who tragically died. The aim of the fund is to support a wide range of community projects looking to support young men across Merseyside who are suffering from mental health and emotional issues.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

High Sheriff and Merseyside Police Charitable Fund

The High Sheriff and Merseyside Police Fund aims to promote a safer and increased quality of life through the prevention of crime and the protection of people and property from criminal acts for the benefit of the public in and around Merseyside. One of its priorities is to increase the provision of diversionary activities and facilities for young people to help reduce crime and anti social behaviour.

Hill Dickinson Foundation Leeds

The Hill Dickinson Foundation aims to support projects that tackle the issues of homelessness (cause or effect); encourage positive mental wellbeing; assist those suffering from ill mental health; encourage resilience and support self-confidence (particularly amongst women). The maximum grant size is £3k and the closing date is 15/11/19.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Nationwide Building Society Community Grants

Nationwide Building Society was founded to help people into homes of their own and its ambition that everyone should have a place fit to call home stands firm today. Charities, Community Land Trusts and Housing Co-operatives that wish to run housing projects across the Lancashire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester areas to support vulnerable people are welcome to apply for grants of up to £50,000.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

The Dulverton Trust Fund

The fund will support youth opportunities, general welfare, conservation and preservation. Grants of £500 - £5,000 will be awarded to small charities and charitable organisations.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Small Enterprise Grant, Care and Support for Adults

The aim of this grant fund is to assist social enterprises, charities and community groups (“organisation”) to:             increase independence, contribute to the local economic growth and social value, improve community resilience and contribute to greater community collaboration and cohesion. Grants up to £5,000

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Police Property Act Fund

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to support diversionary projects for children and young people taking place around the October school half term, Halloween and Bonfire Night period 2019.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Crime Prevention Fund

Grants of between £5,000 and £25,000 are available to deliver projects that stop problems before they occur, by reducing the opportunities for crime and to prevent people from becoming involved in anti-social and criminal behaviour. 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Ray Messer Foundation

Grants to support community projects working with children and young people that focus on mental health and wellbeing.  Grants will also support projects working with the elderly to reduce isolation and improve health. Grants up to £1,000 available.  

Applications for this fund are currently closed

#iWill 2019

The #iwill campaign promotes social action among 10-20 year-olds. This includes activities such as campaigning, fundraising and volunteering, all of which create a double-benefit to communities and young people themselves.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

BHP Billiton Endowment Fund

The fund aims to support projects that improve the local physical environment and also benefit the wider community and improve people's lives. Grants of up to £2000 are available. 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Alfred Shaw Trust Fund

The Alfred Shaw Trust Fund was established in memory of Alfred Shaw and this fund has been created following the transfer of the Trust fund to the Community Foundation. The fund supports projects for young people and vulnerable and elderly adults in the Runcorn area.  

Applications for this fund are currently closed

WO Street Transformation Fund

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Applications for this fund are currently closed

The ACC Liverpool Group Foundation

Grants up to £1,000 aimed at supporting children, young people and families to target social isolation, education and learning, communities and housing and homelessness.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Merseyside Community Investment Fund

The fund aims to support projects that may struggle to access funding from other sources.  As funding for this programme is unrestricted grants awarded from this fund can be used to respond to local issues of concern to the community or pro-actively tackle an urgent social need.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Peel Ports 500 Fund

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Applications for this fund are currently closed

The Tilney Fund

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Applications for this fund are currently closed

Liverpool ONE Foundation

OPENING LATE AUTUMN 2019

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Huyton with Roby Trust

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Applications for this fund are currently closed

Knights House Fund

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For Individuals

23 Foundation for Individuals

Founded by Liverpool FC’s number 23 - Jamie Carragher, the 23 Foundation seeks to provide the youth of Merseyside with the means to make a difference in society. 
Funding up to £1,000 available.

The Deakin and Withers Fund

Administered by South Yorkshire's Community Foundation, this national fund is for single, widowed or divorced women – who are over 40 years of age and regular Church members.  They must be facing need, hardship or distress.

 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

John Goore

Opening Spring 2020 

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Alfred Shaw Trust Fund

The Alfred Shaw Trust Fund was established in memory of Alfred Shaw and this fund has been created following the transfer of the Trust fund to the Community Foundation. The fund supports projects for young people and vulnerable and elderly adults in the Runcorn area.  

Sefton Education & Learning Fund

The Sefton Education and Learning Fund is available to advance the education of young people aged 25 or under, living in Sefton, and to benefit those groups or charities who provide an educational service or facility in the area.

Joseph Harley Bequest Fund

The Joseph Harley Bequest Fund supports young people to undertake projects or activities, where assistance from public bodies is not usually available. Applications for funding assistance will be considered for advancement of education and training of individuals, under the age of 25 who are residents of Formby.

Applications for this fund are currently closed

Knights House Fund

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