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Grants for the Arts

Grants for the Arts is a Lottery-funded initiative run by the Arts Council to engage people in England in arts activities. It's children and young people grants programme is available for individuals and organisations that use arts in their work. The aim is for more children and young people to have the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts, museums and libraries.

Family Fund

Family Fund is a programme established in 1973 to provide grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people.


Erasmus+ is a European Union programme that aims to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe.

Lloyds Bank Foundation

The Lloyds Bank Foundation's voluntary sector grants programme for England and Wales aims to support projects that help disadvantaged people overcome multiple barriers.

Funding Focus: Young Roots

The Young Roots programme, run by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is for projects that engage young people with heritage in the UK.

Childcare Business Grants Scheme

With the government's free childcare entitlement for three- and four-year-olds in England set to double from 15 to 30 hours from September, the Department for Education is offering business support grants to new childminders and childcare settings in an effort to get more providers to offer places under the 30-hour scheme.

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

To help people, particularly young people, overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity linked to social disadvantage the Paul Hamlyn Foundation has launched its six-year funding strategy. It will aim to provide innovation and long-term support to help organisations and individuals to deliver social change in the UK.

Field Studies Council Kids Fund

The Field Studies Council (FSC) is an environmental education charity providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore and understand the environment.

Ernest Cook Trust

The Ernest Cook Trust is an educational charity rooted in the conservation and management of the countryside.

Alec Dickson Trust

Alec Dickson was a journalist who, after graduating from Oxford University in 1935, combined work as a foreign correspondent in Central Europe with helping groups of young people in the slums of Leeds and London.

The Drapers' Charitable Fund

Founded over 600 years ago, the Drapers' Company is one of 12 livery companies in the City of London - a form of trade association.

Funding watch: The Hedley Foundation

The Hedley Foundation is a charitable foundation set up by coal mine owners the Hedley family in 1971 using compensation from nationalisation. The foundation's main objective is the education, recreation, support, training, health and welfare of young people.

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