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ESF Community Grants

The ESFA Community Grants funding programme gives small, voluntary and community organisations with a turnover of less than £750,000 an opportunity to access funds to deliver projects that help engage and progress ‘hard to reach’ individuals towards the labour market.

Grants of between £5,000 and £20,000 are available for projects or initiatives that help people take steps towards a future career and reduce unemployment and inactivity.

For information please click here.

GEM Road Safety Grants

 

GEM Road Safety Charity is inviting applications for grants of up to £10,000 for road safety projects.

The current funding window will remain open until Tuesday 31 December.

Since it was established in 1985, the Charity has funded many projects which have aimed to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on the UK’s roads.

The Charity Trustees are keen to encourage applications from community groups, registered charities, professional bodies, road safety organisations, partnerships, schools and colleges whose projects demonstrate a clear road safety benefit to the wider community at a regional or national level. This can include anything from educational initiatives through to research.

Further guidance and the online application form can be found on their website: www.motoringassist.com/gemroadsafetycharity

ESFA grants to support unemployed people

The next round of the ESFA Community Grants programme is now open and will be accepting applications from until 15 December 2019. 

Grants of between £5,000 and £20,000 are available to registered not-for-profit organisations based in the LLEP and D2N2 areas with a turnover of less than £500,000. Grants are available to deliver a projects or initiatives lasting no more than 6 months, that help people take steps towards a future career, reduce unemployment and tackle economic inactivity.
 

To find the guidance and application form visit the Futures website. Organisations must meet strict eligibility criteria for this grant, so please read the specification and guidance thoroughly.
 
You will be asked to download the form and submit the completed version as an electronic copy by email to comm.grant.apply@the-futures-group.com with any necessary supporting documents.
 
The deadline for submission is 5pm on 15 December 2019.