Coronavirus Community Support Hub: East Riding

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Updated today - Regional / National Coronavirus (COVID-19) Funding Snapshot - (pay close attention to application deadlines!)

Published at 2:48 pm Wed May 27th, 2020

The funding sector has rallied during this unprecedented time of Coronavirus. Here is a snapshot of key, 'live' funds, targeting a different range of not-for profit organisations and beneficiaries, at the frontline of the crisis.

Please be aware, that all information is collated and published in good faith. However, we strongly advise that you check eligibility and guidance details before applying to any specific grant.

Local funding

Coronavirus Grassroots Response Fund  

Funded by a donation from The Sir James Reckitt Charity, Hull CVS have launched a small grant scheme aimed at small voluntary groups in the City of Hull. 

Potential award: up to £200

This fund is targeted at grassroots activity that is supporting the most isolated people living in the community during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The fund will cover costs associated with activity that aims to alleviate some of the added vulnerability faced by people in communities. This may include: 

• Initiatives to help people remain safely connected to the outside world. 

• Communications costs including telephone, post and leaflets. 

• Volunteer/ transport costs to provide food/medicine deliveries. 

• Contribution towards equipment costs. 

Application Deadline: None specified    

If you would like more information about the Coronavirus Grassroots Response Fund please email ksmith@hull-cvs.co.uk or visit the Hull CVS website read more here

Regional funding 

Two Ridings Community Foundation - Coronavirus Community Fund  

Applicants must be a voluntary organisation, community group, small charity or other not for profit organisation who are based in North Yorkshire, York, East Riding of Yorkshire or Hull.  Priority will be given to organisations supporting older people, people with long term health conditions, people with mental health difficulties, people affected by homelessness and other groups who are particularly vulnerable at this time. It is largely to support projects but emergency costs may be considered.  Click here

Potential award: Grants of £2,000 and up to £10,000 are currently available.

Deadline for applications: None specified. Decisions to be expected within 2 weeks of submission. 

National funding 

Alpkit Foundation – Grassroots Support Now 

Funding Body: Alpkit Foundation 

Description: Grants are available for organisations serving those affected by the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 500  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

Grants of up to £500 are available. 

Useful Links: Alpkit Foundation - Grassroots Support Now read more here

Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust – COVID-19 Impact Programme 

Funding Body: Ministry of Defence 

Description: Short-term funding for Armed Forces charities that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 29 May 2020  

Maximum Value: £ 60,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

There is a total of £6 million with grants of up to £60,000 available.  

In exceptional circumstances, grants of up to £125,000 or more may be awarded. 

Useful Links: Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust – COVID-19 Impact Programme read more here 

E-Mail: info@covenantfund.org.uk

Barclays Foundation charity partners programme  

A £50m fund to help disadvantaged people suffering from social and economic deprivation, the elderly and vulnerable communities most at risk from covid-19, and to support NHS staff and other keyworker communities. Funding will be deployed via partnerships with trusted charities. More information on this fund. Click here for more information.

Big Society Capital loans and investment  

A £100m programme of loans and investment for social enterprises, charities and small businesses in disadvantaged areas affected by coronavirus. It includes small, emergency loans with no fee and no interest for 12 months. More information on this programme, read more here.

Clothworkers Emergency Capital Programme

The Clothworkers’ Emergency Capital Programme (CECP) will award small capital grants of up to £5,000 for essential capital items to adapt or increase services in response to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Priority will be given to organisations supporting vulnerable and ‘at risk’ groups within our programme areas during this period Click here

Potential award: Up to £5,000 (see items eligible for funding)

Deadline for applications: None declared - applications should be submitted at the applicant’s earliest opportunity; word should be received from the funder within two weeks.

Coalfields COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Fund for England 

Funding Body: Coalfields Regeneration Trust 

Description: Grants are available for local voluntary and community organisations in coalfield areas to address local needs during the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 29 May 2020  

Maximum Value: £ 10,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

The maximum grant available is £10,000. 

Useful Links: Coalfields Regeneration Trust read more here 

Comic Relief  

Some money raised through Sport Relief 2020 will go to frontline organisations. Support for grantees will occur through adapting activities, reviewing time-frames, or re-budgeting remaining funds. They will update their website and the FAQ's with more information over the next few days. In the meantime, read more here.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Food Charities Grant Fund 

Funding Body: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) 

Description: Grants are available for front-line food aid charities to help them continue to provide food to the vulnerable. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 6 July 2020  

Maximum Value: £ 100,000  Minimum Value: £ 30,000  

There is a total fund of £3.45 million with grants of between £30,000 and £100,000 per organisation being made available. 

Useful Links: 

Defra Network eTendering Portal read more here 

GOV.UK - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Food Charities Grant Fund read more here 

Covid-19 Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund – Advance Notice 

If you are a professional (with at least 2 years proven experience) behind the scenes in the UK film, TV and cinema industry you could be eligible to apply.  If you’re facing unexpected costs or a short-term financial shortfall, our one-off grants could get you through.  We’re unfortunately not able to help front of camera talent. Grants might cover things like your general living costs, essential white goods, urgent repairs or medical costs. Click here

Potential award: Up to £500  

Deadline for applications: None declared

Crisis - In This Together: Emergency Grants Fund 

Emergency grants to support local organisations that are meeting the current needs of those experiencing homelessness across the UK and who are affected by the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. Click here

Potential award: Up to £50,000  

Deadline for applications: None declared 

The following grants are available:  

• Awards up to £5,000 for short-term responses to the coronavirus emergency (projects within three months), following a limited/fast-tracked application process (payments made in advance) 

• Awards up to £50,000 to fund long-term needs and potential expansion or change in service delivery, following a full application process (payments in advance, but potential for staged payments over a specified period). 

Duke of Devonshire's Charitable Trust  

Funding Body: Duke of Devonshire's Charitable Trust  

Description: Grants are available for registered charities to deliver charitable causes and projects locally.  

Status: Open for Applications  

Application Deadline: None specified   

Maximum Value: £ 10,000  Minimum Value: £ 250   

There is no minimum or maximum level of grant. Donations in the last few years have typically been for between £250 and £10,000.  

Useful Links: Duke of Devonshire's Charitable Trust Click here  

E-Mail: alice.connolly@chatsworth.org

Dulverton Trust  

Funding Body: Dulverton Trust  

Description: Grants are available to UK registered charities working to produce significant impact in the Trust’s priority areas: youth opportunities, general welfare, conservation, preservation, Africa, and peace and humanitarian support.  

Status: Open for Applications  

Application Deadline: None specified   

Maximum Value: £ 35,000  Minimum Value: £ 25,000   

Last year the Trust awarded grants totalling almost £4.4 million to 83 organisations.   

The Trust provides:   

• Single year grants are typically between £25,000 and £35,000.  

• Multi-year grants are usually for a period of 2-3 years, and are only awarded to charities which have previously received a Dulverton grant.  

There is high competition for funds. Approximately one in five applicants are awarded a grant.  

Useful Links: Dulverton Trust Click here 

Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation  

Funding Body: Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation  

Description: Grants are available for UK-registered charities in England and Wales that are working to support or improve the lives of recipients through art, healthcare, literature, music and theatre.  

Status: Open for Applications  

Application Deadline: None specified   

Maximum Value:  Discretionary Minimum Value: There is no minimum value   

Funding is at the discretion of the Trustees. There is no maximum or minimum limit to funding requests.  

Useful Links: The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation Click here   

E-Mail: info@ernesthechtcharitablefoundation.org 

England and Wales Cricket Board - Emergency Support Programme  

Funding body: England and Wales Cricket Board  

Description: Grants and loans are available for affiliated cricket clubs in England and Wales to cover any shortfall in essential day-to-day running and maintenance costs during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  

Status: Open for Applications  

Application Deadline: None specified   

Maximum Value: £ 5,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value   

Through the Emergency Loan Scheme clubs can apply for the following loan amounts:   

• Clubs with a Junior Section (including All Stars Cricket/Dynamos Cricket): Between £1,000 and £5,000.  

• Clubs with an Adult Section only: Between £1,000 and £3,000.  

All loans will be interest free. Clubs will be issued with a repayment schedule and will repay the loan in equal quarterly instalments over a three-year period, commencing 24 May 2021, at the earliest.   

Through the Return to Cricket Grant Scheme the following grant amounts are available:   

• Clubs with an Adult Section only: Up to £1,000.  

• Leagues (Open-Age or Junior): Up to £2,000.  

• Clubs with a Junior Section (including All Stars Cricket / Dynamos Cricket): Up to £3,000.  

Useful Links: ECB - Emergency Support Programme Click here

Esmee Fairbairn Collections Fund - Sustaining Engagement with Collections 

Funding Body: Museums Association 

Description: Small grants are available for museums and galleries in the UK to explore different ways of engaging with collections while physical access is not available or is severely limited due to the current coronavirus/COVID-19 situation. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 26 May 2020

Maximum Value: £ 30,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

Grants of up to £30,000 are available for projects of up to one year in duration.  

The total fund is £350,000.  

Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund funding may form part or all the funding for a single project. 

Useful Links: Esmee Fairbairn Collections Fund read more here 

Fair4All Finance - Covid-19 Resilience Fund

A Covid-19 Resilience Fund has been created to provide up to £5m in grant funding to CDFIs and credit unions in England, plus an expanded Affordable Credit Scale-up Programme to help the sector deliver affordable credit to people in vulnerable circumstances in the future. Click here

Food for Life Get Togethers – Small Grants 

Funding Body: National Lottery Community Fund 

Description: Small grants are available to not-for-profit organisations in specified areas of the UK for community events and gatherings that enable people of different generations to get together through good food. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: June 17 2020

Maximum Value: £ 150  Minimum Value: £ 50  

There are a limited number of grants of between £50 and £150 available in 2020. 

Useful Links: Soil Association - Food for Life Small Grants read more here

Grassroots - Richard Weare Endowment Fund 

Funding Body: Two Ridings Community Foundation 

Description: Grants are available to small, mainly volunteer-led, charities and voluntary and community groups in York, North Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull for projects that support personal development, education and training and care and support services to reduce social isolation. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 3,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

Useful Links: Grassroots Endowment Fund read more here  

Enquiries:Two Ridings Community Foundation 

Tel: 01904 929500 

E-Mail: grants@tworidingscf.org.uk 

Help Musicians Coronavirus (HMUK) Financial Hardship Fund 

HMUK recognises that the impact of the coronavirus on musicians’ lives and careers is unprecedented. The charity says its normal person-centred approach of health and welfare support needs to be boosted in this exceptional period to give as many musicians as possible immediate financial relief. Musicians can apply for a one-off payment to alleviate some of their immediate money worries about mounting household expenses. Click here

Potential award: Up to £500 

Deadline for applications: None declared - applications should be submitted at the applicant’s earliest opportunity 

Heritage Emergency Fund

We are making £50million available for a Heritage Emergency Fund to support the UK heritage sector as an immediate response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.  We will be investing the £50m where it is needed most, by providing short-term funding for organisations delivering heritage projects or running previously funded projects, and safeguarding heritage sites we have previously invested in to ensure they are not lost to the public. A fund that organisations can access over the next three-six months as short-term funding to stabilise operations and manage unforeseen risks. A select number of key strategic investments where heritage is identified as at greatest risk. This could include grant increases to funded projects that are currently underway. For full guidance read more here

Potential award: Grants between £3,000-£50,000

Deadline for applications: Application round open from April 15 2020 - 30 June 2020. Outcome shall be communicated within 2-4 weeks.

Hope for the Young – COVID-19 Emergency Fund 

Funding Body: Hope for the Young 

Description: Small grants to support young refugees and asylum seekers during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 250  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

Grants of up to £250 are available to support young people for up to 12 weeks during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. 

Useful Links: Hope for the Young – COVID-19 Emergency Fund Click here 

E-Mail: Pamela@hopefortheyoung.org.uk

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust - COVID-19 Organisational Support Fund for JRCT Grantees 

Funding to support existing Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust grantees to ‘keep the lights on’ or otherwise adapt their work to the changed context arising from coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here

Potential award: Up to £1,000

Deadline for applications: None declared

Localgiving and People’s Postcode lottery – magic little grants  

Grants of £500 for local charities that support and inspire people to participate in sports or exercise. Localgiving have announced  they will support projects that help people to stay active during social distancing, such as online fitness classes delivered via video conferencing software or Youtube. More information about this fund. Click here

Morrisons Foundation - COVID-19 Homeless Support Fund 

Funding Body: The Morrisons Foundation 

Description: Grants are available to support charities caring for the homeless during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 10,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

There is a total of £500,000 for this fund.  

Awards up to £10,000 are available. However, smaller requests will allow more charities to be supported from the fund. 

Useful Links: 

Morrisons Foundation - Homeless Support Fund Click here

The Morrisons Foundation Click here

Tel: 0845 611 5364 

National Emergencies Trust (NET) - Coronavirus Appeal

Established last year, the NET launched its Coronavirus Appeal in partnership with the British Red Cross, with backing from the Duke of Cambridge. It will distribute money to charities and grassroots organisations. Click here

National Lottery Community Fund Makes Changes to Respond to Covid-19  

Existing funding arrangements shall be honoured. New funding decisions for the next six months will be devoted to addressing the current crisis and organisations supporting people who are at high risk from COVID-19.   New applications are particularly welcome from organisations supporting communities which are facing increased demand and challenges as a direct result of COVID-19.Click here

National Survivor User Network (NSUN) - COVID-19 Fund 

Funding Body: Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) 

Description: Grants are available to user-led organisations and small unconstituted community groups in England for activities that will make a direct difference to the lives of people living with mental ill-health, trauma and distress during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 2,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

Most grants will be for up to £1,000. In some instances, application for grants of up to £2,000 will be considered. 

Useful Links: NSUN - COVID-19 Fund read more here 

E-Mail: covidfund@nsun.org.uk

Neighbourly Covid-19 Community Fund (Micro-grants)

Here at Neighbourly we know now, more than ever, how important it is to support local communities. With the support of our partner businesses, Grants will be awarded to existing members of Neighbourly in UK and Ireland whose work will involve supporting members of the community suffering economically, socially or from ill health as a result of the outbreak. This may include, but not be limited to, elderly people, those on low incomes and people at risk of food insecurity. Grant are unrestricted and can go towards food provision, emergency supplies, practical support, running costs, transport and other essentials.Click here

Potential award: Up to £400

Deadline for applications: None declared - applications should be submitted at the applicants earliest opportunity

Performing Right Society (PRS) for Music Launches Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund 

The PRS Emergency Relief Fund has been set up to provide immediate financial support to Performing Right Society (PRS) members during the coronavirus pandemic. Funding is being offered to songwriters and composers from around the world who are facing significant financial pressure as the global battle against the virus continues.  Applicants must have been members for at least two years and earned over £500 of PRS royalties in the last two years. Click here

Potential award: Up to £1,000

Deadline for applications: None declared - applications should be submitted at the applicant’s earliest opportunity 

Power to Change - C-19 Emergency Trading Income Support Scheme 

Funding Body: Power to Change 

Description: Eligible Power to Change grantees and Cooperatives UK, Locality and Plunkett Foundation members will be invited to apply for a grant to contribute towards trading income lost between April to June 2020 as a result of coronavirus/COVID-19. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 25,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

The maximum grant available is £25,000. The funding is likely to be distributed between June to October 2020.  

The grant size will be calculated based on the applicant’s trading income from April 2019 – March 2020, and will be equal to 25% of trading income for that period or £25,000 – whichever is lower. 

Useful Links: Power to Change read more here 

Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund 

Funding Body: Big Society Capital Description: 

Emergency loans are available to support UK-based social enterprises and charities that are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of coronavirus/COVID-19. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £500,000  Minimum Value: £100,000  

Loans of between £100,000 and £500,000 are available for a term of one to three years.  

Loans will have no fees or interest for the first 12 months. Then an interest rate of 6.5% per year will be applied for years two and three (after principal payments start). 

Useful Links: Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund Click here 

E-Mail: Click here

Resourcing Racial Justice Fund

Funding Body: In the spirit of transparency, funds will be distributed via Help Refugees and Prism the Gift Fund platform. Help Refugees are supporting us through their experience of crowdfunding and disseminating funds in a crisis. (Help Refugees is a restricted fund under Prism the Gift Fund, registered charity no. 1099682.)

About: The Resourcing Racial Justice fund is a coalition of people of colour (POC) innovators, change makers, activists, artists and social leaders dedicated to social change. Together, we have established a new UK wide-funding pool to support individuals and communities working towards racial justice.

The coalition behind the fund is committed to social and economic justice and solidarity, using community based approaches in line with the people the fund is trying to reach. We fund in solidarity, and support groups and organisations that are historically and currently marginalised. 

Status: Open for Applications as of 18 May 2020

Maximum value: £50,000 Minimum value: £5,000

Supporting:

  • Projects that meet the immediate needs and/or impact of crisis – be it Covid-19 or otherwise – for communities of colour.  
  • Ideas that present transformational and radical alternatives that will support people of colour creating solutions for change on a systemic level.  
  • 'Ecosystem builders' – visionaries that exist between the mainstream and the margins who are working to mobilise connections and resources for the benefit of their communities. This could include: Lived Experience Leaders –POC leaders; activists; community leaders; innovators; change-makers working on racial justice.  
  • Those with an international perspective, seeking to amplify and build relationships with communities in the global south in order to achieve global change.  
  • We welcome projects connected to faith and spirituality.  

Application deadline: 15th June 2020 

Committee" meets to make decisions: 29th June 2020

For essential information about this fund and key details:read more here

To apply Click here 

Schroder Charity Trust

Supporting:   

  • education and young people  
  • health  
  • communities  
  • environment and conservation  
  • heritage  
  • arts and culture  
  • international development  
  • the armed forces.  

More information on this fund read more here

Potential award: Up to £5,000

Deadline for applications: Next panel due to occur June 2020. Applications recommended ASAP.

Sport England Community Emergency Fund  

Sport England are making up to £195 million of funding available to help the sport and physical activity sector through the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. The money will help its partners, clubs and community organisations cope with the short and long-term impact of the pandemic. Click here  

Potential award: Up to £10,000 

Deadline for applications: 31 July 2020

Standard Life Foundation  

Grants from £5,000 upwards to tackle financial problems and improve living standards for those on low-to-middle incomes in the UK. More details about the fast-track grant scheme. Please read more here.

Swimathon Foundation – COVID-19 Relief Fund 

Funding Body: Swimathon Foundation 

Description: Grants to support small organisations working in the swimming and aquatic community in the UK so that they can continue to operate during the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline 22 May 2020  

Maximum Value: £ 1,000  Minimum Value: £ 250  

Grants of between £250 and £1,000 are available. 

Useful Links: Swimathon Foundation – COVID-19 Relief Fund read more here 

Tampon Tax Fund 2020-21 

Funding Body: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) 

Description: Large grants are available for charitable, benevolent and philanthropic organisations from across the UK for projects that improve the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged women and girls across the UK. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 31 May 2020  

Maximum Value:  Discretionary Minimum Value: £ 1,000,000  

There is £15 million for the current fund with £905,000 for Wales; £530,000 for Northern Ireland; £1.57 million for Scotland; and £11.99 million for England.  

The minimum grant is £1 million. There is no maximum level of grant.  

The grant must represent more than 50% of the applicant’s collective annual income.  

Grants may be for one-or-two-year projects, with a maximum of two years up until 30 June 2022.  

As the minimum application amount is £1 million, neither Wales nor Northern Ireland have sufficient allocation to have a project which is delivered wholly and exclusively within their administrations. Therefore funding allocation for Wales and Northern Ireland will be made within UK wide projects, largely through projects making onward grants. 

Useful Links: GOV.UK - Tampon Tax Fund 2020-21 Click here 

Useful Contacts: E-Mail:ttf@culture.gov.uk 

Tesco Bags of Help COVID-19 Communities Fund 

A short-term fund to support communities in need. A single payment award to organisations who are supporting vulnerable groups including:  voluntary/community organisations, registered charities, schools, health bodies, Parish/Town councils, social enterprises, Community Interest Companies, community councils, local authorities and housing organisations. Click here

Potential award: Up to £500

Deadline for applications: None declared - applications should be submitted at the applicant’s earliest opportunity 

Thomas Pocklington Trust - COVID-19 Emergency Fund for the Sight Loss Sector 

Grants are available to sight loss charities in England for projects that support the blind and partially sighted community during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis or for covering the general running costs of the charity in the face of cashflow issues caused by the crisis. Click here

Potential award: Up to £10,000, or the equivalent of two months’ running costs (whichever is less) are available for use over the next six months.  

Deadline for applications: None declared   

The Antonio Carluccio Foundation 

Funding Body: The Antonio Carluccio Foundation 

Description: Grants for charities in the UK working to feed those in need and promote a better understanding of food origins and nutrition. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: None specified  

Maximum Value: £ 5,000  Minimum Value: There is no minimum value  

During the current coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis, the Foundation is making a total of £500,000 available for 2020.  

Grants of up to £5,000 are available. 

Useful Links: The Antonio Carluccio Foundation read more here 

The John Lewis Partnership - New Community Support Fund   

A £1m Community Support Fund will be available to communities across the UK to help those in need in their local communities, during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Teams in each shop will work together with their communities to choose the best way to use the fund. Help could include setting up additional local delivery services to support the self-isolating, the vulnerable, the elderly and those looking after them; delivering boxes of staples to local care homes and community groups, and donating products to create care packages for customers to share with vulnerable neighbours. read more here

The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust  

Grants of up to £1,500 for eligible small charities. Requests are considered for contributions to core funding or for specific projects. There are no reporting requirements. More information on this fund. read more here

Potential award: Up to £1,500

Deadline for applications: None declared

The Prince’s Trust and NatWest Enterprise Relief Fund   

The £5million Enterprise Relief Fund will offer grants to 18 to 30-year olds across the UK who are self-employed and/or running their own business. In conjunction with cash grants, the initiative will offer one-to-one support and guidance to anyone who needs it and who may be worried about their future. Click here

The Standard Life Foundation 

The Standard Life Foundation has launched funding for work directly related to the coronavirus pandemic.  Grants will be made to organisations which tackle financial problems and improve living standards for those on low-to-middle incomes in the UK.  Click here

Potential award: Discretionary - between £5,000 to £50,000

Deadline for applications: 3 June 2020

Yapp Charitable Trust  

Grants of up to £3,000 are available to registered charities in England and Wales, with a total annual expenditure of less than £40,000.This would be used to cover core costs and staffing in one of their priority areas. More information about this fund. Click here

Youth Endowment Fund - COVID-19 Grant Round 

Funding Body: Youth Endowment Fund 

Description: Grants are available for organisations supporting young people at risk of youth violence in England and Wales. 

Status: Open for Applications 

Application Deadline: 3 June 2020  

Maximum Value:  Discretionary Minimum Value: £ 25,000  

The total fund is £6.5 million, half of which will be reserved for charities and social enterprises.  

The minimum grant available is £25,000.  

There is no maximum grant value; however, grants awarded will be proportionate to the turnover of the applying organisation.  

The average grant is expected to be around £50,000. 

Useful Links: COVID-19 Grant Round read more here 

Youth Futures Foundation  

Development grants between £30,000–£100,000, and impact grants of between £100,000–£800,000 for organisations working with young people aged 14–24 to help overcome barriers to finding meaningful work. More information about this fund. Click here

Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) Coronavirus Response Fund 

This fund is to support smaller charities during the Covid-19 outbreak, that are helping UK communities to cope with the impact of the pandemic. Charities can apply for support with running costs, staff and travel costs as well as volunteer expenses.  Click here

Potential award: From £250 - £2,000

Deadline for applications: None declared. Charities will receive a decision on their application within two weeks of submitting a request.