Funding Opportunities May 2019

Funding opportunities for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in Cornwall, including funds to improve the quality of life of older people, for grassroots projects in the Newquay area, to help improve mental health and wellbeing and to support disadvantaged children and young people.

 

Schemes provided and administered by Cornwall Community Foundation (all deadlines are 23 May unless otherwise specified)

Eddie and Vanessa George Memorial

For groups in Cornwall for funding towards the cost of helping groups train in information technology. Grants of between £500 and £1000 are available.
See the CCF website for details.

 

Penwith and Isles of Scilly Area Community Fund

Grants for groups which support local need and relieve hardship and poverty in Penwith and the Isles of Scilly. Grants of between £500 and £3000.
See the CCF website for details.

 

Lord St Levan Fund Grant

Grants are available for voluntary and community organisations in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly undertaking activities for the relief of hardship and poverty and to support the education of Cornish people.  Grants of between £250 and £5000 are available.
Applications for grants under £1000 are open at any time.
See the CCF website for details.

 

Goldsmiths Fund for the Elderly

Grants between £500 and £3000 for projects that improve the quality of life for older people in Cornwall.
See the CCF website for details.

 

Clare Milne Trust Fund

Small grants (up to £1500) available to voluntary and community groups and charities for projects which enhance the lives of those living with disabilities in or close to Cornwall and Devon. Larger grants are available from the Clare Milne Trust’s website.
See the CCF website for details.

 

Albert Van Den Bergh and Jane Hartley Fund

Grants between £250 and £2,500 are available for grassroots voluntary and community projects in Newquay and the surrounding areas (maximum turnover £20,000).
See the CCF website for details.

 

China Clay Area Community Fund

Grants of £250 – £3000 are available to community groups in the China Clay area which support cultural and social responsibility, encourage a sense of cohesion, inclusion and aspiration or support youth and music projects.
See the CCF website for details.