If you want to find out about grants to support your not-for-profit, and other funding opportunities, there are charitable organisations you can apply to for everything from the building refurbishment of scout huts, village halls, and access grants.
Trust for London Disability Justice Fund
The Disability Justice Fund has been created by Trust for London and City Bridge Trust to build the capacity of Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations to advocate for the lasting system change needed to achieve an equitable and socially just society.
If you need some help to do this within your community, applications for funding are open now. Deadline: 3 October. Find out more and apply for funding now at www.trustforlondon.org.uk.
The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
This Foundation’s community grants stream can fund the building refurbishment of scout huts, village halls, community centres, youth clubs, sports clubs, outdoor activity centres, farm and outdoor learning centres, playing fields and playgrounds.
To find out more and how to apply visit bernardsunley.org.
City Bridge Trust
City Bridge Trust is offering grants to support your not-for-profit in funding improvements to accessibility, including the Access Audit Grant and the Capital Costs Grants for Access Improvements.
The Trust offers grants of up to £5,000 to help you fund an independent access audit. An independent access audit is the first step towards improved access, and it can flag ways in which your building could be more accessible to the wider community.
The grant can also be used to fund a design appraisal or disability awareness training in addition to an access audit. Learn more and apply at www.citybridgetrust.org.uk.
Also, capital funding from City Bridge Trust will give you up to £100,000 towards access improvements.
Organisations must provide evidence that they have carried out a recent access audit before they can apply for this grant.
Learn more, and how to apply if you’re eligible, at www.citybridgetrust.org.uk.