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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.

Peter Cruddas Foundation

The Peter Cruddas Foundation was set up in December 2006 by billionaire financier Peter Cruddas. In that time, it has provided £15m to charitable causes that support disadvantaged young people in the UK.

V Match Fund

Grants that aim to match investment provided by private sector organisations into youth volunteering projects

Young Film Fund

Financial support for projects that allow young people to participate in all aspects of film production

Ideas Fund

Grants to support young people to run their own creative projects

Awards for All

Big Lottery Fund grants scheme designed specifically for local communities

The Weavers’ Company

Since being created in 1973, the Weavers’ Company, a textile-related, charitable and sociable organisation, has made grants of more than £4m to charities working with young people at risk of offending or in trouble with the law, and ex-offenders.

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.

Ernest Cook Trust

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

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