Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.

Funding Roundup

Help the Homeless, a national charity which aims to help homeless people throughout the United Kingdom to resume a normal life, is currently accepting applications from small and medium-sized charities and voluntary organisations with turnover of less than £1m. Grants of up to £5,000 are available towards capital costs to support projects that assist disadvantaged individuals in their return to mainstream society, through residential or training facilities. The next deadline for application is 31st March. More info

Grundtvig, part of the EU’s Lifelong Learning Program, are providing grants to fund the exchange of volunteers over 50 years old between organisations across Europe. The aim is to allow volunteers to learn, share knowledge, and have a life-changing experience. The deadline for application is 28th March. More info

Grundtvig are also offering funding of up to €9000 for UK organisations to host interactive training workshops for adults with literacy problems. The deadline for applications is 21st February. More info

Sport England are offering grants from the £40m Community Sport Activation Fund fund of between £50,000 and £250,000 for a range of local sports-based projects, including informal opportunities to partake in activities and family-orientated sport activities. The current deadline for application is 4th February, with a second round of applications possible from May. More info

The People’s Postcode Trust is currently accepting applications for its Small Grants Program for funding of between £500 and £10,000 for projects in the Scotland, Wales or the North of England that deal with poverty, health, community development, sport, human rights or environmental protection. Deadline for current round of application is 22nd February. More info