Asda Foundation grantsThe Asda Foundation supports small, grass roots organisations in several ways throughout the year. Working with Asda’s Community Champions in store, They are able to work with a range of organisations and groups on a variety of local community projects.Find out more at Asda.foundation.org.Asylum seeker support fundThe purpose of this funding is to provide information, advice and guidance to individuals and families who have received their asylum decision and are faced with making decisions on their next steps, including housing applications.This fund is open for VCFS organisations to apply from Friday 29 September 2023 to midnight on Sunday 8 October 2023.Read the Asylum seeker support fund signposting and support information (PDF, 84KB).Download the application form (DOCX, 32KB) and return it to: firstname.lastname@example.orgBA Better World Community FundIf you are a UK registered charity or social enterprise working in the UK, your can apply for funding support from British Airways BA Better World Community Fund.For further information about this fund See the BA Better world Community Fund website.Bid for funding via Arriva RailApply to enhance the area in and surrounding your local London Overground station. Community groups can bid for funding via Arriva Rail London's community fund, by emailing: Community@arrivarl.co.ukArriva Rail London has opened spaces forlocal community hubs at two historic London Overground stations. Read about the: A Journey Through Time project (PDF, 701KB).Children and Young People’s Resettlement FundThe Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has launched the Children and Young People’s Resettlement Fund.Up to £2.5 million is available from 2023 to 2025 to fund projects which support the specific needs of children and young people aged 21 and under who have come to, or settled in England, via:Homes for Ukraine SchemeUkraine Family SchemeUkraine Extension SchemeAfghan Resettlement Scheme (pathways 1, 2 and 3) Hong Kong BN(O) Visa SchemeLocal authorities and Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations based in England can submit bids for grants for suitable projects. DLUHC expect to award a minimum of £1.5 million of the fund to regional and national projects. However, they also welcome bids from smaller local projects, including joint and consortium bids which have a named lead delivery partner. For individual projects, DLUHC expect the funding to range between £100,000 and £300,000.Application deadline: 1 November 2023For more information contact email@example.com.Please feel free to share with your local networks. If you or any interested organisation would like to connect and submit a joint bid, get in touch.Community Action for Partnerships in HealthThe Community Action for Partnerships in Health is providing microgrants at either £2,000 or £5,000. Applications will close at 5pm on Friday 11 August. The programme is looking to build stronger community resilience through funding community-led initiatives. These initiatives will scope, develop and/or deliver sustainable and community-led methods of building partnership between communities and health services. Proposals may incorporate the following themes:Hearing and responding to community health prioritiesImproving community access to health services Developing sustainable methods of building partnership between communities and health servicesFor more information, and to apply, visit the website.Application supportSupport is available to applicants via the My Community website. Initial support and advice are on offer to all interested applicants up to the EOI stage.After the EOI stage, certain applicants will be able to access in-depth support for the development of their application and business case. This may also include access to small revenue grants to secure specialist support.WebinarsThere will also be informative webinars which you can register for now on the following topics:How to write a strong Community Ownership Fund application How to raise match funding for your Community Ownership Fund projectCroydon Relief in Need (CRiN) CRiN was established to provide financial assistance for Croydon residents who:are in need due to poverty or hardshiphave age, disability or other disadvantagesCRiN receives its funds from the Croydon Almshouse Charities. The committee meets quarterly to make decisions on how to distribute the funds fairly to best meet the needs of local people. Their funds have been used in a variety of ways, for example:providing recreational equipmentrefurbishing facilitiescounsellingmentoring projectsCroydon Almshouse Charities can also support individuals with small one-off grants.The next deadline for grant applications will be March 2024 (exact day to be confirmed).Applications will not be accepted until February 2024.If you wish to make an application, please contact the Community Development Officer, Bec Yusuf on 07511 181768 or email BecYusuf@croydonalmshouses.org.uk.You can download their grant-making policy and application details. Funding for allFree and expert fundraising advice to small charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises. This resource is mainly for organisations in Kent and Medway, however many of the funds listed are also available to groups in Croydon. Visit the Funding for All website.Get involved with the mentoring quality frameworkIf your organisation is looking for funding through the New Deal for Young People, please complete the framework self-assessment tool so you are eligible to apply when funding rounds are opened. You will also have access to a range of support including training, masterclasses and one-to-one support.Get involved with the mentoring quality frameworkGLA community spaces fundingThe Culture and Community Spaces at Risk team works closely with organisations across London’s cultural, creative and community sectors to safeguard and support at-risk spaces and provide guidance for community spaces funding. GLA civil society fundingFor funding that supports communities and civil society organisations visit community grants and funding. Local community partnershipsLocal Community Partnerships - Croydon Voluntary Action (CVA). The council is working closely with CVA, other voluntary, community and faith sector partners, One Croydon and the Kings Fund to devolve 'power and authority to local people and communities'. There are 6 Local Community Partnerships planned and as they are established, they present an opportunity for locally based organisations to apply for funding.For further details visit the Local Community Partnership website.Reaching Communities EnglandThis programme is offering over £10,000 of funding for organisations that work with their community. This includes people living in the same area, or people with similar interests or life experiences.The funding aims to support communities with the things that are important to them, including:reducing the impact of the cost-of-living crisissupporting them to recover financiallyhelping them to rebuild and grow following the COVID-19 pandemicIn order to support communities, they fund projects and organisations which aim to:build strong relationships in and across communitiesimprove the places and spaces that matter to communitieshelp more people to reach their potential, by supporting them at the earliest possible stage.Find out more about Reaching Communities England.Screwfix FoundationThe Screwfix foundation supports projects that improve, fix and repair buildings, homes and facilities specifically used by people in need throughout the UK. They donate grants in the region of £5,000 to charities and not for profit organisations. Prioritising those that will create a longer-term difference.The types of projects funded include:Improved energy efficient lighting & heatingInstallation of new kitchen pr bathroomInstallation of a sensory roomGeneral painting & decoratingImproving safety and security of a buildingFor more information and to apply visit The Screwfix Foundation.Spacehive crowdfunding for local projects If you are seeking a funding platform used for raising funds for projects in your local area, see Spacehive. Suicide Prevention VCSE Grant FundThe DHSC has launched a £10m Suicide Prevention VCSE Grant Fund for 2023/24 and 2024/25, to support suicide prevention activities delivered in England by non-profit organisations. Applications can be made up until 1st October. Applications must be made online via the Find a Grant portal by searching for "Suicide Prevention Grant Fund 2023-2025".The DHSC will also be holding Meet the Funder webinars for potential applicants to answer any questions. To sign up, email: SuicidePreventionGrant@dhsc.gov.ukThe A B Charitable TrustThe A B Charitable Trust is an independent grant-making organisation, founded in 1990 by Yves and Anne Bonavero to champion human dignity and support the most marginalised and excluded groups in the UK.The Trust has no endowment and is funded annually by the Bonavero family. The next application deadline is: 27th October 2023Decisions will be made on:26th January 202426th April 202426th July 2024October 2024 How to applyVisit the A B Charitable trust websiteThe Community Organisations Cost of Living FundA new £76m fund for community organisations struggling to meet increased demand for their critical servicessuch as the provision of:foodemergency provisionssheltersafe spaceswarmthfinancial or housing adviceOrganisations can apply for grants worth between £10,000 and £75,000 to cover project and core costs, including office rent, utilities, staff and volunteers, from now until the end of March. The application deadline is 16 October at 12 noon.For more information, and to apply visit the website.Tesco community grant schemeThe Tesco community grant scheme will award grants to charities and community organisations to fund local good causes whose focus is on supporting children and families. Funding pots of £500, £1,000 and £1,500 will be available for projects and Tesco customers will be able to choose which project receives the most funding by voting in store every time they shop.Find out more about the scheme.