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News: Aug 2022: Featured Funders for National Allotment Week

News: Aug 2022: Featured Funders for National Allotment Week

Aug 2022: Featured Funders for National Allotment Week

In honour of National Allotment Week, 8-14 August 2022, our featured funders this week are five grants for your community allotment:

  1. Amity Allotment Fund
    Grant size: up to £7,500
    Open to: community allotments to cover start-up costs for new allotments or ongoing expenses for more established sites across Kent and Medway

    Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Apply via Kent Community Foundation

    Find out more

  2. The National Lottery Community Fund: Awards for All
    Grant size: up to £10,000
    Open to: voluntary and community organisations in order to recover, rebuild, and grow communities following the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund seeks to:

    a. build strong relationships in and across communities
    b. improve the places and spaces that matter to communities
    c. help more people to reach their potential, by supporting them at the earliest possible stage

    Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

    Find out more

  3. Alpkit Foundation
    Grant size: small – no amount specified
    Open to: people, groups and schools that work to remove the barriers in getting outdoors and experience wild places. The Foundation particularly likes to support projects that:

    a. encourage responsible outdoor activity
    b. have long lasting benefits
    c. introduce new people to get outdoors
    d. demonstrate value for money

    Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

    Find out more

  4. National Allotment Garden Trust
    Grant size: up to £2,000
    Open to: registered Allotment Associations and Committees for the improvement and development of facilities on registered and permitted sites.

    Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

    Find out more

  5. The Nineveh Charitable Trust
    Grant size: typically under £20,000 but no amount specified
    Open to: UK-based projects and activities of benefit to the general public, with an emphasis on promoting better understanding of the environment and countryside, whilst facilitating improved access, education and research. The objectives of the Trust are to promote:

    a. The health, welfare and education of the general public
    b. The study and appreciation of agriculture, silviculture, ecology and land management
    c. The study and appreciation of land and estate management that encourages conservation of the countryside.

    Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

    Find out more

 

These funds are not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Find funds:

Up to: £1000
Deadline: Ongoing
Up to: £250
Deadline: Ongoing
Up to: £10000
Deadline: Ongoing
Up to: £10000
Deadline: Friday 31 May 2024
Up to: £25000
Deadline: Monday 2 September 2024, 12 noon
Up to: £10000
Deadline: Ongoing
Up to: £25000
Deadline: Ongoing

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