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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.

Improving Futures

The Big Lottery Fund has launched the 20m Improving Futures programme to support voluntary sector organisations that improve the outcomes for children from families with complex problems.

Sportlot Capital Fund

Grants to support the upgrading or building of facilities designed to boost sports participation

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

Girls on the Move

Grants for organisations supporting young women to become physically active and improve both their physical wellbeing and their self-esteem

Youth Music

Grants supporting music-making opportunities for children and young people in England

Wates Foundation

The foundation offers funding across five areas including building family values and sustaining the environment

Sport England Small Grants

Funding to improve sporting opportunities available to communities and better people's experiences of playing sport

Help a Capital Child

Grants to help charities and voluntary groups support disadvantaged children and young people in London

Futurebuilders England

Grants and loans for organisations that deliver services in areas including crime, support for children and young people, and health and social care

Freemasons' Grand Charity

Funding for youth opportunities as well as organisations involved with vulnerable people, medical research and hospices

Dickie Bird Foundation

Funding to help disadvantaged young people under the age of 18 to access sport or fulfil their sporting ambitions

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