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Hesslewood Children’s Trust (Hull Seamen’s And General Orphanage)

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The Trust provides funding that supports children and young people in

  • Education/training
  • The advancement of health or saving of lives
  • Amateur sport
  • Disability
  • The prevention or relief of poverty
  • Arts/culture/heritage/science

To apply for funding you must be based in

  • East Riding Of Yorkshire
  • Kingston Upon Hull City
  • North Lincolnshire
  • Lincolnshire

There is no website – for more information e-mail misslynneb@aol.com, ring 01964 550 882 or write to 62 The Meadows, Cherry Burton, East Yorkshire, HU17 7RQ

Connect Well social prescribing grants Round 5

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Support to BME and migrant communities

Deadline for applications is 9am Monday 17th June 2019. Applications received after this time and date will not be accepted.

A briefing and networking session will be held Monday 20th May 10am – 12 noon, at Centre 88, Saner Street, Anlaby Road, Hull. You are strongly recommended to attend if you are considering making an application.

To register for a place please contact Jane Thompson, Grants Officer , on 01482 499035 or Jane.thompson@nbforum.org.uk

Round 5 Outcomes

The challenges faces by people from BME and migrant communities, (and the solutions to these) are many and complex, e.g: language barriers; lack of awareness of local services and eligibility to these; the specific health and well-being challenges affecting particular communities; lack of awareness or understanding, or racism/prejudice on the part of service providers.

In this round the panel wishes to promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence of members of Hull’s BME and migrant communities by:

  • Supporting and facilitating better access to services that promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
  • Raising awareness among BME and migrant communities about eligibility and access to services that promote improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
  • Enabling members of BME and migrant communities to overcome the barriers they face to improved health and wellbeing, care and independence

The panel invites applications from:

  • projects and services that promote BME and migrant communities’ improved health and wellbeing, care and independence
  • and from those that need to enable increased access to their services by BME and migrant communities

Eligible projects must be targeted at people aged 16+ living in Hull, and/or registered with a Hull GP.

You can download the guidance, application form and budget spreadsheet below

Social Prescribing Grants guidance notes (pdf)

BME Migrant Social Prescribing Survey summary (pdf)

budget sheet (Excel spreadsheet)

Application-form-Social-Prescribing-grants (Word)

The Wharfedale Foundation

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Deadline 12th July

This is a Trust that has its roots in the Christian tradition recognising a common practical vision of a better world with those of other faith traditions and none.  They aim to fund projects that address the divisions in society by developing greater understanding of social justice and diversity.

Main Funding Programme –  a two stage process for organisations with an income of up to £250,000. Although they may award up to £5,000, this is exceptional, the typical grant is normally around £2,000-£3,000.

Small Grants Programme – a one stage process  for smaller organisations with an income of less than £50,000  seeking grants of up to £500.

They fund projects:

  • that focus on neighbourhoods and communities of interest,
  • wher​e people are developing lasting relationships at a grassroots level,
  • with the potential for positive, longer term change,
  • that are willing to try out new ways of working that others can learn from,
  • promoting the inclusion of people experiencing the most social and economic hardship,
  • that enable people to be agents of change in their own lives and communities,

Selection criteria

Projects applying for funding need to:

  • be located within the Yorkshire and Humber region,
  • be able to demonstrate longer term financial and project planning, involving multiple streams of funding,
  • demonstrate innovative or creative ways of addressing areas of concern,
  • demonstrate how change and transformation can be achieved in one or more of the following ways:
    • creating greater inclusivity by breaking down barriers of fear based on for example religious, cultural, ethnic or social difference or financial hardship,
    • integrating marginalised groups into mainstream society and promoting a welcoming culture,
    • aiding the integration of marginalised groups through environmental projects,
    • developing greater understanding of these issues through carrying out research.

For more information go to the Foundation’s website

The Badgers Sett Enterprise Challenge

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Deadline 10th June

The challenge is again taking place this year (for the eighth time). The Badgers Sett Enterprise Challenge is open to young people aged 19 to 29. Candidates must be living in Hull or the East Riding, Ryedale or Scarborough area and have an enterprising idea such as a new business, a co-operative or a community enterprise project.

The shortlisted candidates will get the opportunity to pitch their idea to a panel of judges from the business community in July 2019

Prize money for the winners is, for the Post 18 section, up to £1000 for the individual or group

The deadline for applications is 10th June 2019

You can download an application form below

Badgers Sett Application form

Find out more about the Challenge here

CHCP Green Health Grants

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Deadline 1st July

Are you planning a project that will help the local environment? The City Health Care Partnership Foundation are looking for applications from voluntary and community organisations and/or other groups that will achieve one or more of these objectives:

  • Reduce waste
  • Reduction in use of plastics
  • Reduction in C02 emissions (e.g. sustainable/green travel projects)
  • Education projects for young people to encourage greener behaviour
  • Wildlife preservation/protection projects
  • Using less water – projects to preserve or reuse water

You must also demonstrate how you will improve the health and wellbeing of the communities you serve by meeting one or more of the existing charity objectives:

  • Improvements towards the Health and Well Being of Adults
  • Improvements towards the Health and Well Being of Children and Young People
  • Improvements in Public Health of communities, such as healthier lifestyles, stopping smoking, eating well and becoming more active
  • Improvements to specialist areas of Health and wellbeing, such as addictions and mental health services

The deadline for the next round of grants is 1st July 2019.

Please see guidance notes and application form on the website. Alternatively, for more information, please email chcp.foundation@nhs.net or call 01482 976926.

Scurrah Wainwright Charity

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Deadline 14th September

Grants are available to charitable organisations for projects taking place in Yorkshire with an emphasis on social reform and tackling the root causes of social inequality through innovative work.

The organisation need not be based in the region but the project itself must directly benefit the Yorkshire community.

National charitable organisations may only apply if the project is specifically working in the Yorkshire region, with clear evidence of local control and access to the grant.

Maximum Value:£ 5,000

Minimum Value: £ 1,000

The annual deadlines are 14 January; 14 May; and 14 September.

For more information go to the Trust’s website

ESF Community Grants Programme 5 2019-2021

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Deadline 31st May

Humber Learning Consortium have successfully been awarded the ESF Community Grants Programme 5 2019-2021 and are pleased to announce the launch of the 1st round of funding available.

ESF Community Grants  are part of the European Social Fund (ESF) programme which is distributing small grants in the Humber, East Riding, York and North Yorkshire region. The aim of the fund is to help unemployed people progress towards employment through access to learning and training opportunities.

Grants of between £5,000 and up to £20,000 are available. For further details go to the HLC website – To apply, or for more information, contact Jacquie Newman on 01482 327438 or jacquie.newman@hlc-vol.org

Deadline for application receipt is Friday 31st May 19 – 2.00pm.

*There are several changes to this programme so it is recommended that even if you have delivered ESF Community Grants before that you attend one of the Application Development workshops available. This new programme includes progression outputs that are required to be evidenced within 28 days of them occurring so please take advantage of the workshops to gather as much application information as you can.

Places are limited – so please book early by contacting Jacquie:

Hull  24th April

2 separate workshops. 9.30 – 12.30 and 1.00 – 4.00pm.

Centre 88, Saner St, Hull HU3 2TR

NE Lincs, Grimsby –  25th April

10.00 – 1.00pm

Centre 4, 17a Wooton Road Grimsby DN33 1HE

N Lincs, Scunthorpe – 26th April

10.00-1.00pm

Westcliffe Community Centre. 7 Newbolt Ave Scunthorpe DN17 1PE

East Riding, Goole – 29th April

10.00 – 1.00pm

The Courtyard, Boothferry Road, Goole, DN14 6AE

East Riding, Bridlington – 30th April

10.00 – 1.00pm

Christchurch Community Centre, 2 Quay Road, Bridlington, YO15 2AP

The Chamber Culture Fund

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Open for applications Monday 18 March

A single award of £4,000

The Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce are pleased to invite applications to the Chamber Culture Fund. The fund was launched to commemorate the organisation’s 180th anniversary and Hull’s status as the 2017 UK City of Culture. The first award was made in 2018.

Do you have an ambitious and artistic idea?

Do you want to test out new work which will further develop your practice?

The Chamber invites applications from artists and organisations based in the Hull and Humber region for a single monetary award of £4,000.

They are keen to support the development of exceptional arts and culture projects.

Successful applicants will also be allocated a mentor who will offer advice and support during the project, adding to the overall development experience. The awards are open to artists and organisations working in any discipline – this can include literature, music, visual art, the performing arts, digital media, performance and other art forms, or any combination of these.

To find out more and request and application pack please contact: Chamber Culture Fund, Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce, 34–38 Beverley Road, Hull, HU3 1YE

Telephone number: 01482 324976
Email address: President@hull-humber-chamber.co.uk

Headstart Hull Summer Programme 2019

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Deadline 1st April

This year HeadStart Hull has up to £15,000 available for city-wide projects that promote the emotional health and well-being of children and young people aged 10-16 years (up to 25 years if disabled) during the summer holidays.  The maximum award per application/organisation will be £2,500.

They are encouraging bids that are based on the ideas of 10 – 16 year olds, support some of the most vulnerable young people in Hull, such as disability groups, BME groups, young carers, and other disadvantaged groups

Funding is available for activities and events that will bring together young people from across the city and help reduce social isolation – these could be sporting activities, arts and crafts, drama and music.

All activities must take place during the summer holiday, 22 July to 1 September, 2019.

For more information and an application from, contact Headstart Hull headstarthull@hullcc.gov.uk or Tel: 01482 615707

Hull Community Development Programme Activity grants

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Now accepting applications for the May panel

The Rank Foundation, together with the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, is inviting community organisations (with at least two signatories on the bank account) to make an application for funding to increase community capital. These include:

  • hosting an event or activity
  • purchasing new equipment or materials
  • setting up a pilot project or starting up a new group
  • expenses for volunteers, pay for workers and professional fees
  • transport costs

You will find the simple application process here