Current Grants List

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Status:

Open

Grant type:

2 year project proposals - Only organisations that have an income under £1m and are already delivering in Suffolk can apply to this fund.

Maximum:

£50,000 over 2 years split equally

Description:

This fund has been created with the intention of enabling VCSE organisations to work alongside one another, as well as with statutory health providers, to bring a localised community-based approach to those with severe mental health impairments (SMI). The fund will prioritise organisations who are able to adapt their projects to the age, ethnicity, deprivation and distance from traditional services of their participants.

The fund will support projects over a two-year period, with maximum grants over the period of £50,000. Funded projects must operate solely in the areas covered by the Ipswich & East Suffolk and West Suffolk CCG’s. (This fund is not available for projects in the Waveney area).

All applications will need to be outcome based with evidence of success aligned to reducing health inequalities (as detailed in the full criteria).  A specific outcome tool will need to be identified and used from the outset and guidance on this can be provided where necessary.

Referrals to projects could be received from healthcare professionals, social prescribing networks, Police and other blue light services.

Projects should seek to focus their support on BAME communities and/or older people ensuring that consideration is given to other beneficiary groups.

In terms of mental health needs, projects should support individuals with any of the following: psychosis, eating disorders, complex emotional needs (including Personality Disorders), bipolar disorder and severe depression. Additional priority will be given to projects addressing more than of these areas of need.

 

Deadline:

Meet and greet with NSFT, CCG, SCF on Thursday 28th January 2pm - 3.30pm, an opportunity to discuss in principle any ideas. To register please email - grants@suffolkcf.org.uk
Expressions of interest by 5th March 2021
Organisations that are required to expand on their applications will be advised by 26th March
Individual meet and greet times arranged for Thursday 15th April if further discussion required.
Further information from applicants to be received by Thursday 6th May at 5pm
Decisions for funding will be made and notified by 28th May 2021
ALL PROJECTS HAVE TO START ON OR AROUND 1st JULY 2021

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Maximum:

Between £1,000 and £5,000

Description:

Grant funding from the National Lottery and the DCMS (Department for Culture, Media & Sport) to support the work of grassroot organisations addressing need throughout Suffolk. The fund is open to all charitable and community groups, including Social Enterprises, that meet the grant funding guidelines https://www.suffolkcf.org.uk/apply-for-a-grant-introduction/apply-for-a-grant/

Deadline:

Rolling programme, meeting every three weeks, with final applications by 31 March 2021.
May close early if all funds have been spent before this date.

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Maximum:

£5,000

Description:

Grants to support community organisations with emergency or core funding to deal with emerging issues in the community as a result of the continuing threat of coronavirus. Organisations must be delivering during Covid and the costs must relate to those activities, it cannot replace lost funding.

Repeat applications are permitted whilst funding is available but may not take priority against other applications if the round is oversubscribed.

Applications are usually processed within 4 weeks. If you have a query about your application, please could you email us where possible:

grants@suffolkcf.org.uk

andrea.pittock@suffolkcf.org.uk

nicki.bray@suffolkcf.org.uk

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Project costs

Maximum:

£5,000

Description:

Grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 are available to support projects in Suffolk that engage young people in volunteering and other activities that both benefit their communities and develop their skills.

Deadline:

22 January 2021
Panel decisions expected end of February 2021

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Project costs

Maximum:

£1,000

Description:

Grants of £1,000 are available for charitable, voluntary and community groups, including social enterprises and community interest companies, who have been working in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Deadline:

12 February 2021
Panel decisions expected end of March 2021

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Equipment & capital costs only

Maximum:

£5,000

Description:

Grants towards equipment which will improve physical and mental health in Suffolk.

There will be further panels held throughout the year.

Deadline:

26 March 2021
Panels decisions expected April

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Project costs

Maximum:

£1,000

Description:

Grants for charitable, voluntary and community groups to support local grassroots projects that are looking to promote tennis in areas of deprivation (including rural) and help those who are disadvantaged or vulnerable.

Deadline:

Open all year round

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Project costs

Maximum:

£2,000

Description:

Grants towards projects which encourage a reduction in sugar intake and a healthier lifestyle.

October 2020 – The fund has opened up to include breakfast clubs or exercise related programmes which will help to reduce obesity and improve the health and wellbeing of young people.

 

Deadline:

This is a rolling programme. Decisions are expected within 8 weeks.

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Maximum:

£1,000

Description:

Grants to support the growth and development of PPGs and promote self-care and prevention for their practice’s local population.

Deadline:

This is a rolling programme.

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Core costs & project costs

Maximum:

£10,000 for one year grant or £20,000 for a multi-year grant which can be spread over 2 – 3 years (it is unusual to award multi-year grants)

Description:

Grants for not-for-profit organisations or registered charities that are addressing need within Suffolk.

Deadline:

This is a rolling programme.

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Individuals

Maximum:

£1,000

Description:

Grants to purchase daily living equipment for people with disabilities. Applications accepted are to be completed by the beneficiary’s health professional.

Deadline:

Open all year round

More info & apply:

Status:

Open

Grant type:

Loans

Maximum:

£50,000

Description:

Loans are available for charitable, voluntary and community groups delivering work in Suffolk.

Deadline:

Open all year round

More info & apply:

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