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Funding Bulletin

Funding Bulletin – November 2009

COMMUNITY
Age Concern Winter Celebration Grant – Notice of Imminent Deadline
Age Concern and Help the Aged's Winter Celebration Grant scheme awards grants of up to £500 towards the cost of winter celebrations, outings and one-off events in the UK for older people.
Eligible activities may include:
o theatre trips;
o day trips;
o parties; and
o dinners.
Applications are invited from voluntary or charitable clubs for older people in the UK whose annual turnover is less than £50,000. Applicants do not have to be a registered charity, but must be a properly established group to qualify for funding.
The deadline for applications is 11 December 2009.
http://www.ageconcern.org.uk

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation - Food Strand

The aim of the Food strand is a £3 million funding strand over three years (2008 - 2011) with the aim of promoting an understanding of the role of food in enhancing quality of life. It will prioritise the enjoyment and experience of food rather than its production and we seek to enable as many people in the UK as possible to access, prepare and eat nutritious, sustainable food. The Foundation is interested in work that influences policy and practice across a range of food-related areas. The Foundation expect to support a mix of practical projects that have wide significance, and some research and policy based work. Previous projects through the Food Strand include:
? Community Food Enterprise Ltd , which received a grant of £70,000 towards the costs over two years of the continued operation of existing Social Food outlets and expansion of the service into new areas.
? The Caroline Walker Trust, which received a grant of £20,000 towards the cost of learning resources for staff who support children and adults with learning disabilities to encourage eating well and improve nutritional health.
Applications can be submitted at any time.
http://www.esmeefairbairn.org.uk/funding/food.html

Tudor Trust Grants Programme
The Tudor Trust, one of the largest independent grant making trusts in the UK has announced new funding guidelines for the period 2009 – 11. Under the new guidelines, the Trust will continue to make grants across their established funding areas. These are; youth, older people, community, relationships, housing, mental health, substance misuse, learning, financial security and criminal justice. The Trust will also be open to hearing about work in areas the Trust has not funded before. The Trust makes grants in the region of £19 million per year and aims to support smaller community, voluntary and charitable organisations and is looking to make around 350 projects per year for up to three years. Grants can take the form of core funding (including salaries and running costs), development funding, project grants or capital grants for buildings or equipment. Successful applications to the Tudor Trust have included:
? Abigail Housing which received a grant of £45,000 over three years towards the core costs of a letting agency and support services for refugees in Yorkshire and Humberside
? The Footprints Project which received a grant of £10,000 over two years towards a pilot project aimed at mentoring older ex-offenders on release and throughout their resettlement into the community in Dorset.
? Local Enterprise Food Group which received a grant of £1,000 towards the purchase of a bread oven for a community garden in Sheffield.
There is no maximum or minimum grant amount that an organisation can apply for. Applications can be submitted at any time.
http://tudortrust.org.uk/HowTudorfunds/tabid/66/Default.aspx

Faith in Action Fund Round 2 Opens for Applications
The Community Development Foundation (CDF) has announced that a second funding round for its Faith In Action Programme is now open for applications. Faiths in Action is a £2 million grants programme sponsored by Communities and Local Government and administered by the Community Development Foundation that is open to faith, inter faith, voluntary and community sector organisations at national, regional and local levels in England. The aim of the fund is to support the government's aspiration to help faith communities and others to promote understanding, dialogue and develop strong and sustainable partnerships. The Fund is particularly keen to support projects that focus on the inclusion and participation of women and young people and those which involve partnerships between one or more organisations. Faiths in Action supports delivery of the Government document, Face to Face and Side by Side. All applications must therefore directly relate to one or more of the fund's four priorities which are derived from this framework. These are; developing the confidence and skills to "bridge" and "link"; supporting shared spaces for interaction and social action; developing structures and processes which support dialogue and social action; and improving opportunities for learning which build understanding. The maximum grant available is £6,000. There is no formal deadline for applications – Round 2 is a rolling programme. Applications will be accepted in the date and time order that they are received by CDF, until the total value of the eligible, relevant applications received equals the overall value of the fund.
http://www.cdf.org.uk/web/guest/faiths-in-action

It's Your Community Programme to Close
O2 have announced that It's Your Community scheme will be closing at the end of December 2009. It’s Your Community, which is managed by the Conservation Foundation, provides grants of £100 to £1,000 to individuals and groups to improve their local environment. Between now and the end of the programme, O2 are increasing the youth focus of these awards, but will still accept applications for projects that do not involve young people. The type of projects supported in the past included environmental projects such as turning derelict land into an amenity park or wildlife area, tree planting, creating a wildlife pond, renovating neglected river and canal footpaths, providing water butts and recycling facilities in village halls, etc.
http://www.itsyourcommunity.co.uk/ApplyForAnAward.aspx

Hilden Charitable Fund
The Hilden Charitable Fund has announced that the next deadline for submitting applications is the 29th January 2010. Within the UK, the Hilden Charitable Fund makes grants to projects that address disadvantages, notably by supporting causes which are less likely to raise funds from public subscriptions. In particular, the Fund wants to support projects that address homelessness; asylum seekers and refugees; community based initiatives for disadvantaged young people; and penal affairs.
Previous projects supported have included the provision of day services for homeless people, drop in and outreach services for male and female sex workers; the provision of legal and welfare services to asylum seekers and refuges; and the provision of courses preparing prison inmates for release; etc.
Preference is given to supporting small community organisations with an income of less than £200,000 per year. During 2009 the average grant given was £5,000.
http://www.hildencharitablefund.org.uk/

The War Memorial Trust
The War Memorials Trust is open to applications for the protection and conservation of war memorials in the UK. The Trust currently runs three different grant schemes, which provide support to projects that aim to repair, conserve and preserve the war memorials in their existing form as well as reinstate the memorial in its original design. The Trust only offers grants to projects that relate to existing war memorials and not for the creation of new war memorials or projects for which work has already started and/or is completed. Graves of any type are not eligible for support under any of the schemes. The grant scheme you will need to apply for will depend on where in the UK the memorial is located and whether it is freestanding or not and what work needs doing. For further information on what scheme is the most appropriate to apply for please contact the Conservation Officer on 020 7233 7356 or email. conservation@warmemorials.org
http://www.warmemorials.org.uk/

SPORT
Opportunities through Sports Programme
Registered charities that wish to support sporting activities or projects which provide opportunities for people who are disabled or otherwise disadvantaged to fulfil their potential and to develop other personal and life skills can apply for funding through the Peter Harrison Foundation “Opportunities through Sports” programme. Grants will often be “one off” grants for capital projects. The Foundation will, however, also consider revenue funding for a new project or if funding is key to the continuing success or survival of an established project. Recent projects supported through the programme include a £30,000 grant to the Swadelands School to enable the school to reach its fundraising target in order to claim a Big Lottery Fund grant for a new multi-gym and dance facility, which will have wide community use; and a £50,000 grant to the Brae Partnership towards the building and running costs of a new riding centre for people with disabilities. In addition the Foundation also operates two funding schemes open to organisations in the South East of England. These are the “Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People programme and the Opportunities through Education Programme. The Peter Harrison Foundation operates a two-stage application process - an initial enquiry to check whether your project might be of interest to the Peter Harrison Foundation, and a full application.
http://www.peterharrisonfoundation.org/programme.htm

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE
Refugee Integration Awards Scheme
Funded by the European Refugee Fund Phase III and with the support of the UK Boarder Agency, UnLtd – the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs has re-launched RISE: Refugee Initiative for Social Entrepreneurs, under the name RISE Accelerator. Rise Accelerator aims to unleash and encourage the potential of refugees as social entrepreneurs. Under the initiative grants of between £500 and £5,000 are available to small groups of refugees and individuals to set up projects that will make their communities a happier, safer, healthier and more just place as well as support refugees to achieve their full economic and social potential. The RISE programme has already funded 75 refugees, benefiting over 2000 people around England. The success of the project has allowed UnLtd to extend the RISE programme for another two years. Unltd will also provide dedicated support including; training opportunities, tools and resources to ensure you develop your own skills as well as helping you develop your project. The scheme will aim to fund and support a further 64 projects over the next two years. Applications can be made any time.
http://unltd.org.uk/template.php?ID=55&PageName=rise:refugeeawardsscheme

BUSINESS
Funding for Projects that Improve the Economy of Devon and Cornwall
Funding of between £50,000 and £250,000 is available for projects that have the potential to have a significant positive impact upon the economy of Devon and Cornwall. The funding which is being made available through the Springboard fund will offer private sector organisations loans and grants to support new projects at an early stage (typically described as “seed corn” funding), in feasibility studies and in significant “step change” projects. In general terms, not-for-profit organisations, charities and community groups will be entitled to grant support, while private businesses and commercial entities will be more likely to be offered loans. Applications are welcomed from organisations or projects focusing on; innovation; development for high levels skills in the workforce; creation of a positive environmental legacy; and generation of an economic impact greater than the singular improvement of an applicant's core business activity. Organisations should submit an online application form at the programme website.
http://www.springboardfund.co.uk/default.html

Support for Young People Starting Up in Business
Young people wishing to start up their own business may be able to apply for funding and other support measures through the Prince’s Trust Business Programme. The programme can provide support to young people who are; aged 18-30; unemployed or working less than 16 hours a week; and living in England or Northern Ireland. The type of support available includes a low interest loan of up to £4,000 (up to £5,000 for a partnership); ongoing advice from a business mentor; access to a wide range of products and services. This includes a free legal helpline, sponsored by Barclays; a grant of up to £1,500 in special circumstances (subject to local availability); and a test marketing grant of up to £250 (subject to local availability). Young people in Scotland aged 18-25 may be eligible. Applications to the programme can be made at any time.
http://www.princes-trust.org.uk/about_the_trust/what_we_do/programmes/bu...

Funding to Support Independent Media Production Companies
Independent European production companies that are seeking funding for the development of production projects are being invited to submit applications to the Media 2007 “I2I Audiovisual” programme. Under this programme assistance is available to independent European production companies to access finance from banks and other financial institutions by providing; funding to cover part of the costs associated with the insurance for audiovisual productions; completion guarantees for the production of an audiovisual work; and the financial costs involved in a production budget. The total budget available under this call is €3 million and the financial contribution may not exceed 50 % of the eligible costs. The amount of the support available is between €5 000 and €50 000. There are two application deadlines for 2010. These are the 5th February and the 7th July 2010.
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/media/producer/i2i/detail/index_...

£1.5 Million Bio-energy Infrastructure Scheme - Round 3 Open
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced another Round of the Bio-Energy Infrastructure Scheme.
This scheme provides grants to help the development of the supply chain required to harvest, process, store and supply biomass to heat, combined heat and power, and electricity end-users. To qualify, all projects must be based in England and must supply the biomass to end-users in Great Britain.
Small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are eligible for grants up to a maximum of £200,000 per business for the following types of biomass:
· Short rotation coppice (willow, poplar, alder, ash, hazel, lime, silver birch, sweet chestnut and sycamore).
· Miscanthus.
· Switch grass, reed canary grass, prairie cord grass, rye grass.
· Straw.
· Woodfuel from forestry, arboricultural tree management and primary processing.
· Other energy crops at DECC’s discretion.
Wood arising from secondary processing and any wood that has been chemically treated or painted; oilseed rape to be used to produce heat and electricity; biomass for processing into transport fuels and animal waste products such as poultry litter, sewage etc are all
excluded from the scheme.
Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis up to the deadline of 26 February 2010.
http://www.decc.gov.uk/

ENVIRONMENT
£1.5 Million Bio-energy Infrastructure Scheme - Round 3 Open
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has today announced another Round of the Bio-Energy Infrastructure Scheme.
This scheme provides grants to help the development of the supply chain required to harvest, process, store and supply biomass to heat, combined heat and power, and electricity end-users. To qualify, all projects must be based in England and must supply the biomass to end-users in Great Britain.
Small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are eligible for grants up to a maximum of £200,000 per business for the following types of biomass:
· Short rotation coppice (willow, poplar, alder, ash, hazel, lime, silver birch, sweet chestnut and sycamore).
· Miscanthus.
· Switch grass, reed canary grass, prairie cord grass, rye grass.
· Straw.
· Woodfuel from forestry, arboricultural tree management and primary processing.
· Other energy crops at DECC’s discretion.
Wood arising from secondary processing and any wood that has been chemically treated or painted; oilseed rape to be used to produce heat and electricity; biomass for processing into transport fuels and animal waste products such as poultry litter, sewage etc are all
excluded from the scheme.
Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis up to the deadline of 26 February 2010.
http://www.decc.gov.uk/

Darwin Initiative - Open to Applications for Fellowships, Scoping Awards and new Overseas Territories Challenge Fund
Round 17 of the Darwin Awards has opened for applications for the following Awards:
· Darwin Scoping Awards - offering one-off funding for travel costs to a host country to enable UK institutions to develop a Darwin project application in collaboration with host country partners.

· Darwin Fellowships - Fellowships are targeted at promising members of recent or current Darwin Initiative projects who are from countries rich in biodiversity but poor in financial resources. The programme aims to give Fellows the opportunity to broaden their skills in biodiversity, typically by working towards formal qualifications or by developing policy skills.

· Overseas Territories Challenge Fund - this new Fund offers an opportunity for Overseas Territories, either on their own or in partnership with institutions from the metropolitan UK or other Overseas Territories (including Crown Dependencies), to carry out longer-term and more ambitious scoping projects, designed both to assess the likely degree of success of a main project, and to carry out some pilot implementation work as well. This is intended to ensure that main projects are better grounded, and have a much greater chance of sustained success.

The deadline for all three Awards is 19 February 2010.
http://darwin.defra.gov.uk/

Entry Level Environmental Stewardship - Short-term Changes to Processing of Agreements (England)
Due to the timing of new mapping data from the Rural Land Register (RLR) and enhancements to Environmental Stewardship, Natural England has announced short-term changes to the processing of new Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) agreements.
The ELS Online system will be taken offline and application packs for ELS (including Organic ELS) will not be issued over the Christmas and New Year period. Higher Level Stewardship will be unaffected.
The temporary suspension of ELS Online and application packs will run from 4 December 2009 to late January 2010, although farmers will still be able to join ELS by returning a valid paper application to Natural England before Christmas. Farmers who cannot do this will be able to see the scheme changes in new handbooks available online from early December.
ELS Online and ELS application packs will be made available again at the end of January. Any applications received in February will be given a 1 March start date.
http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/

SCHOOLS & EDUCATION
Connecting Classrooms - Notice of Imminent Deadline
Applications are now being accepted from clusters of schools to create partnerships with India and Sri Lanka and Latin America and the Caribbean. The aim is that these partnerships bring an international dimension to young people’s learning, to improve their knowledge and understanding of other cultures and prepare them for life and work as global citizens.
Connecting Classrooms offers the following:
· The opportunity to work with partner schools on collaborative curriculum projects, which enable learners to interact across geographical boundaries and enhance their understanding of each other’s societies, languages and cultures.
· Professional development for teachers and school leaders, which builds capacity to support international partnerships and to work in an international environment.
· Eligibility for DCSF International School Award accreditation, which recognises schools’ commitment to forming international partnerships and developing global citizens.
· Advice and support in the use of ICT tools that develop and sustain partnerships, including a range of online teacher forums.
Each cluster must include at least one secondary school.
India and Sri Lanka
A mixed group of four UK primary, secondary and/or special schools, supported by their local authority, or federation of schools, will create a partnership with a district and group of eight schools in their partner country.
Up to 20 mixed clusters of UK schools will be selected. Grants of £1,000 will be available to each co-ordinating UK local authority/federation of schools and £1,000 to each district authority in India and Sri Lanka in 2010 and in 2011 to cover the costs of co-ordinating the project. Additionally, a travel grant will be available in 2010 for each UK cluster, and in 2011 for each cluster in India and Sri Lanka, to enable face-to-face meetings between the partners.
Latin America and the Caribbean
A group of five schools, supported by their local authority/federation of schools, will create a partnership with a district and group of five schools in their partner country.
Up to 11 clusters of UK schools, and their local authorities/federations of schools will be selected within schools and districts in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia, as follows:
· Argentina: 2 clusters - 1 cluster of primary schools and 1 cluster of secondary schools.
· Brazil: 5 mixed clusters of primary and secondary schools.
· Chile: 2 clusters of primary schools.
· Colombia: 2 clusters - 1 cluster of primary schools and 1 cluster of secondary schools.
Grants of up to £2,500 are available per year, for each partnership, to cover the costs of joint projects, travel and subsistence over the first two years of the partnership. In addition, grants of £1,000 are available per year, over two years, for the UK local authority/federation of schools (or other coordinating body) to cover the costs of coordinating the project.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 15 December 2009.
http://www.britishcouncil.org/

Adult Learners’ Week Awards
The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) has announced that it is currently seeking nominations for the 2010 the Adult Learners' Week Awards. The aim of the Adult Learners' Week Awards is to reward and publicise the achievements of adult learners in England, to promote the benefits and to highlight the diversity, of adult education. The Awards also aim to encourage adult participation in learning. For the 2010 Awards, there are four main award categories. These are; individuals whose remarkable learning achievements have made a difference to their lives and can inspire others; Groups of three or more people who have come together for a common purpose and transformed their and/or other people’s lives through learning; Families whose members have seen the benefits of learning together; and Opening Doors to Adult Learners which recognises creative and innovative projects or organisations that had a positive impact on the lives of their learners. Winners receive a learning voucher between £200 and £1,500 and are invited to an awards ceremony during Adult Learners' Week (15-21 May 2010). Entry is open to adult learners living in England only. Groups must consist of three or more members. All nominees must have undertaken some of their learning between January 2009 and January 2010. The deadline for entries is 29 January 2010.
http://www.niace.org.uk/alw/2010/

£2 Million Flexibility and Innovation Fund Invites Bids
The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) has announced that it is seeking applications through its £2 million Flexibility and Innovation Fund. Further education and skills providers and provider representative bodies are invited to submit bids, for up to £90,000, for innovative projects leading to activities with the potential to secure significant improvements in sector practice or performance. In particular LSIS are looking to support applications that are innovative in terms of current sector practice; are aligned to priorities set out in the new National Improvement Strategy for the learning and skills sector; and has the potential to secure significant improvements in sector practice or performance, ie, the anticipated learning from the project is transferable to other organisations across the sector; etc. There are two further deadlines remaining. These are the 19th February 2010 and the 18th June 2010.
http://thirdsector.lsc.gov.uk/new2millionflexibilityandinnovationfundinv...

RESEARCH
MS Society Opens Funding Round for Research Grants
The MS Society has announced that it is currently seeking applications for research studies related to multiple sclerosis that may serve in any way to advance their mission of preventing, treating and curing MS and improving quality of life. The MS Society funds biomedical and care and services research and considers applications from researchers at UK academic institutions. Funding is available for innovative project that pilot or test new concepts; longer term project grants that can last up to three years as well as scholarships and fellowships for individual researchers. The closing date for applications is 12 noon on the 20th January 2010.
http://www.mssociety.org.uk/research/funded_research/apply_for_funding/i...

EPSRC's Follow-on Fund
The Engineering and Physical Science Research Council’s (EPSRC) Follow-on Fund is now open to applications from academics in UK research organisations. The Fund aims to support the early stages of turning research outputs into a commercial proposition. Projects must demonstrate a strong commercial focus and not be predominantly concerned with overcoming technical obstacles or extending the original research. The Fund will provide up to 12 months support for technical and business development activities. There is no minimum or maximum grant size. The size of award will depend on the requirements of the proposed project. The application deadline is 4 pm on the 25th February 2009.
http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/CallsForProposals/FollowOnFund2010.htm

Research and Innovation Grants
The Nuffield Foundation is inviting applications through its Research and Innovation Grants programme. The Foundation supports charitable and non-profit organisations with creative ideas to identify change or interventions which will have a practical impact for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners. There are currently three grant programmes that support research and innovation for beneficial social change, these are; Law in Social Society - this programme promotes access to, and understanding of, the civil justice system; Children and Families - this programme help to ensure that the legal and institutional framework is best adapted to meet the needs of children and families; and Open Door - this programme is for projects that advance social well being, but lie outside their main programme areas. Grants normally range between £5,000 and £150,000. The next deadline for applications is the 19th March 2010.
http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/go/grantprogrammes/page_371.html

Launch of the 2009 Brian Mercer Feasibility Awards

The Brian Mercer Feasibility Awards provide initial support to test the feasibility of a project, enabling holders to investigate the technical and economical feasibility of commercialising an aspect of their scientific research, possibly in conjunction with a third party.
Subjects covered under the awards include the following:
· Built environment.
· Clean technology.
· Energy.
· Nanoscience/Nanotechnology.
One award will be specifically in the general field of electrotechnology (including telecommunications and IT systems).
An average of seven awards of up to £30,000 are available.
The awards are open to applicants of any nationality who have a PhD (or are of equivalent standing in their profession) and who hold a substantive post in such an establishment and will be in post at the host organisation for at least the duration of the project.
The project must be commenced within three months of the date of notification and awards are not expected to exceed 12 months in duration.
The 2009 closing date for receipt of applications is 14 December 2009.
http://royalsociety.org/

EUROPEAN & INTERNATIONAL
Funding to Support Independent Media Production Companies
Independent European production companies that are seeking funding for the development of production projects are being invited to submit applications to the Media 2007 “I2I Audiovisual” programme. Under this programme assistance is available to independent European production companies to access finance from banks and other financial institutions by providing; funding to cover part of the costs associated with the insurance for audiovisual productions; completion guarantees for the production of an audiovisual work; and the financial costs involved in a production budget. The total budget available under this call is €3 million and the financial contribution may not exceed 50 % of the eligible costs. The amount of the support available is between €5 000 and €50 000. There are two application deadlines for 2010. These are the 5th February and the 7th July 2010.
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/media/producer/i2i/detail/index_...

DFID Community Linking Programme
The Department for International Development (DFID) has announced that it will launch a new £3 million funding programme in early 2010 that will aim to support links between community groups in the UK and developing countries. The Community Linking Programme aims to increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of global issues in the UK through personal involvement in a link with a developing country, and to support learning and activities which will benefit both partners. It will also encourage greater community cohesion in the UK by providing opportunities for networking and learning together about development issues. The Community Linking Programme will focus on links with the world's poorest countries and so we will not be able to support links with all developing or middle income countries. In developing the programme DFID are running a survey to find out how many community groups in the UK are already in touch with a community group in another country, and what activities they do in their link.
http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Working-with-DFID/Funding-Schemes/DCLP/
Training and Education Call for Proposals Welcomes SME Participation

The EU's Lifelong Learning Programme has published its 2010 call for proposals. As part of its remit to offer training and education opportunities to people at all stages of their lives, the programme aims to enlist the support of enterprises such as SMEs. One way SMEs can get involved in this latest call is through Erasmus, a lifelong learning sub-programme, which covers higher-level education and training. ERASMUS wants to receive project bids that focus on supporting activities that bring together higher education institutions and partners from outside academia, such as SMEs and professional bodies like chambers of commerce. A key priority is to support projects that strengthen the link between educational studies and future skills and employment needs. The objective is to promote business input into course design, which will help to ensure that training and education programmes are better tailored to match the needs of the economy. Through Erasmus, the Commission also wants to develop educational services that will upgrade the knowledge and skills of employees - such as language courses to improve competitiveness. The Leonardo da Vinci lifelong learning sub-programme supports initial and continuing vocational education and training. This call provides a special focus to encourage the participation of enterprises, including SMEs, and social partner organisations across all Leonardo actions. SME involvement in Leonardo's training and learning mobility initiatives is particularly welcome. Call deadlines vary depending on which part of the Lifelong Learning Programme submissions relate to, though most expire in February and March 2010.

http://www.lifelonglearningprogramme.org.uk/