As lockdown restrictions start to be relaxed across the UK, many charities and fundraisers will be wanting to look at restarting their fundraising activities.
Applications for the Christmas Challenge 2020 are open. The Christmas Challenge is a week-long match funding campaign which launches on #GivingTuesday, 1 December. Last year, the Christmas Challenge raised £15.6m for 588 charities.
Up to £25,000 of match funding is available per charity. There is millions of pounds of match funding available for a wide range of charities.
These new grants aim to help museums, galleries and cultural organisations respond to immediate challenges connected to the Covid-19 crisis, and offer support to adapt and reimagine ways of working for the future.
Natwest are offering £1 million in grants to organisations across the UK who employ people from disadvantaged or vulnerable groups.
Social and Community Capital’s (S&CC), mission is to help social enterprises, charities and community businesses. The coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown has caused a loss of income for these organisations.
The National Lottery Community Fund want to find out how to help communities move towards recovery and renewal after the impact of COVID-19 and draw on all the creativity we’ve seen in communities and across civil society. The Emergency Futures Fund will fund organisations to look at how things are changing, what is needed in this transition, and what is possible in the future
A £3.2 million fund to improve security at places of worship at risk from hate crime attacks has opened for applications.
The Edge Post Covid-19 Revival Fund is a one-off fund with up to £250,000 of grant funding available. Applications are welcomed for grants of between £10,000 and £50,000.
The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) have 1,500 free places for individuals from charities with an annual income of under £1 million.
For the first time ever, Fundraising Convention (#IoFFC) will take place online.
Ecclesiastical have launched the second phase of giving in their Movement for Good awards.
Designed to give eligible charities the financial assistance they need to help them make a real difference, Ecclesiastical are awarding a £50,000 grant to 10 charities.
The National Lottery Community Fund has launched the Coronavirus Community Support Fund (CCSF). It is part of the Government’s £750m support package for charities and local enterprises. The fund is aimed primarily at small to medium organisations in England to support you to continue to deliver services to people and communities affected by Covid-19.