Projects must improve the lives of Peabody residents, and align to one of the three themes: health, happiness, or wealth. Grants are up to £30k, and can be led by charities or resident groups.
Funding for farmers, woodland owners, foresters and land managers to make environmental improvements. Countryside Stewardship provides financial incentives for land managers to look after their environment through activities such as conserving and restoring wildlife habitats, flood risk management and woodland creation and management.
A range of grants are available for voluntary, community and public sector organisations to take action on the issues that matter to people and communities. Grants vary for £300 – £500,000. A good example of a funded project is Spelthorne’s Flood Volunteers, who received a grant of £9,460 to fund flood defence kits and training […]
This local community grant scheme uses money raised from the sale of carrier bags to fund local projects in communities across the UK. Eligible projects could include making flood resilience and/or resistance improvements to a building that benefits the local community, or creating outdoor woodland and wildlife areas in your local community.
The fund offers a range of grant funding programmes to support all kinds of heritage projects that make a lasting impact for heritage, people and communities, for example projects that seek to conserve and enhance threatened habitats such as wetlands. Grants vary from £3000 – 5,000,000+.
The Landfill Communities Fund allows UK Landfill Operators to support a wide range of environmental projects by giving them a 90% tax credit against their donations to Environmental Bodies. The donations are used fund community and environmental projects, such as those with a habitat creation or biodiversity focus. Landfill Operators wishing to participate in the scheme are […]
The Foundation supports charities undertake projects in one of the priority areas of arts, environment and welfare. For projects with an environmental focus, the Foundation will fund activity that positively contributes to greater harmony between people and the planet. Habitat restoration and biodiversity enhancement are key project support themes.
Funding is available for projects that aim to improve the quality of life for people by supporting work that focuses on conservation, sustainability and enhancing green infrastructure. The Foundation funds organisations that see people and communities as an asset to support environmental sustainability and take positive and practical action to address environmental challenges.
The Trust is inviting applications that encourage lasting benefits by bringing people together to improve local ecology and habitats, enhance biodiversity and benefit the wider environment. Registered charities in England, Scotland and Wales can apply for funding of £500 – £20,000 for projects that satisfy the above remit, whilst other organisations may apply for up […]
Funding is available to give organisations in Scotland, England and Wales the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. Projects should fall under one of the following categories: community development, environmental protection, health, human rights, sports, and the prevention of poverty, distress and […]