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Guide to government coronavirus funding

Following an initial £750m package of support for charities during the pandemic announced by the government in March, the Department for Education and other ministries have in recent months unveiled a number of new funding programmes to boost the finances of statutory and voluntary organisations so they can deliver vital services.

Foyle Foundation

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Foyle Foundation. Last year, the foundation, registered as a charity in July 2000 to implement the terms of the will of the late Christina Foyle, distributed around £9m in grants. Beneficiaries include schools, youth groups and children’s charities.

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.

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.

Buttle UK

Funding to help vulnerable children gain more support at school

Funding Watch - Children and the arts

What is it? The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts offers funding through its Start programme to organisations that provide opportunities for primary and secondary school pupils to engage with the arts.

People and Places

Grants to support projects that improve communities, both locally and regionally across Wales

Communities First Programme

Funding to support the staffing costs of local Communities First Partnerships and small-scale capacity-building activities