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Big Lottery Fund Awards For All England

Big Lottery Fund Awards For All England

Big Lottery Fund Awards For All England

You can apply to Awards for All England if you are a community or not-for-profit group, parish or town council, health body, or school. You do not need to be a registered charity to apply. You must have a bank account that requires at least two people to sign each cheque or withdrawal. Awards for All offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for grassroots and community activity that aims to improve life for local people and neighbourhoods. It doesn’t have a deadline and you can apply at any time.

Other funding

Access to Finance NW

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: TBC

Individual funding: TBC

Minimum company size: 249

"The Access to Finance NW service provides free impartial help and support to eligible small to medium size businesses in...

www.a2fnw.co.uk

International Trade Services - East Lancs

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: Support

Individual funding: Program

Minimum company size: 1

The East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce helps companies across the area with their international competitiveness and productivity, by helping to...

www.boostbusinesslancashire.co.uk

Venture Capital

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: 2,500.00

Individual funding: 2,000,000.00

Minimum company size: 1

Enterprise Ventures is one of the leading providers of venture capital and equity funding to small businesses throughout England and...

www.evgroup.uk.com

Lancashire Forum

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: Support

Individual funding: Programme

Minimum company size: 249

The Forum is a peer network and six-month programme aimed at owner-managers, MDs, and senior decision makers of SMEs with...

www.boostbusinesslancashire.co.uk

The Wolfson Foundation - Transitions and Independence

Type: Business

Expires: 30/06/2019

Total funding: TBC

Individual funding: TBC

Minimum company size: 1

The Foundation’s focus in this area is currently on supporting capital projects which encourage independence, as far as is possible,...

www.wolfson.org.uk