SMALL GRANT PROGRAMME : Connecting Communities

CONNECTING COMMUNITIES

South West Foundation in partnership with the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation is currently running a small grant programme for grants up to £1,000 aimed at supporting small charitable organisations. Please see criteria below for more details.

Please do ring us if you would like more information. Tel: 01761 471104 or

email: info@southwestfoundation.org.uk

Esmee Fairbairn 6 Criteria.docx
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 South West Foundation has compiled a directory of help organisations throughout  the South West Region.The booklet includes information on organisations that help and support voluntary and community sector organisations, what help they can offer and their contact details.As soon as you publish a directory like this organisations start to change their details. If you came across details that have altered or are now incorrect please do let us know and we can amend the booklet.

INFORMATION ON OTHER FUNDERS

Funding For groups is a booklet of funders compiled by Dr. Jan Crawley for South West Foundation. It includes many funders who are currently active in the South West Region. Some have a special interest in small grants and smaller organisations.If you are a funder and would like us to add your details, or if you have spotted an update to the booklet please do let us know.

Email:info@southwestfoundation.org.uk

The Edge Fund has a page of resources for smaller groups at the link below which includes information on other funders.
 
https://edgefund.org.uk/resources/

The Directory of Social Change is probably the most extensive resource of information about funders but it does charge for its services; See link below:

https://www.dsc.org.uk/funding-websites/

The South West Foundation has worked with over 1,900 groups and 80 networks in the past decade, and this is what makes us unique. We foucus on the smaller Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations (VCOs).We have worked with these groups on both small and large projects in order to help them and further the amazing work that they do. They work in communties, not just in making communities a better place, especially for those most in need, but use their ability to engage with the wider community through volunteering and giving people a voice and say in their communities.

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