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Grants in Newham

Study Support Weekends

East End Community Foundation has funding for study support weekends, open to all state secondary schools in Newham. Study support weekends must have an academic focus; although other elements, such as outdoor activities, may be incorporated into the programme for the weekend, there must be a clear link either to essential transferable study skills or directly to a curriculum topic.

Please click on the links below for more information and the application form:

GUIDELINES

APPLICATION FORM

The Study Support Programme is open for applications at any time. Schools may submit an application throughout the year and an outcome will be available 10-12 weeks after your submission.

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Tampon Tax Community Fund

The Tampon Tax Community Fund allocates funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls. The Fund aims to support women who are most marginalised to overcome barriers that prevent them from fulfilling their potential, by funding interventions that will make a tangible difference to the lives and happiness of women and girls.

This programme is now closed. Please click here to sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date with grants news.

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Inspiring Communities Fund (E15, E20)

East End Community Foundation is distributing funding on behalf of Get Living to support the local communities around East Village. Grants are available to local community groups and not-for-profit organisations supporting residents in E20, E15 and/or E9 postcodes, which covers much of Stratford and Hackney Wick. 

This programme is now closed. Please click here to sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date with grants news.

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EECF has partnered with 20 Fenchurch Street to establish The 20 Fenchurch Street Legacy Fund with the aim of improving employment prospects and opportunities for people living in London’s most deprived areas.  The 20 Fenchurch Street Legacy Fund awards grants to high quality projects that will make a positive and long-lasting difference to residents in the City of London, Hackney, Newham and Tower Hamlets.  

Organisations may apply for up to £20,000 for one year’s funding towards projects that are supporting participants to gain essential employability skills, provide them with work or volunteering experience and ultimately move them into sustainable employment or self-employment.

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Newham Giving is a unique collaboration which enables funding and support to be channelled directly to those local grassroots organisations working most effectively to address agreed funding priorities.

Newham Giving’s Youth Fund is focused on providing positive group activities over the Summer holiday and October half term for young people aged 8-17. Organisations may apply for funding towards a programme that covers either one or both holiday periods.

This programme is now closed and will re-open in 2019. Please click here to sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date with grants news.

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Société Générale Community Fund

The Société Générale Community Fund has been established to support young people aged 13-25 on their journey into the world of work by improving their educational development, especially through sports, arts and cultural activities and improving their literacy.

The Fund will support good quality well planned projects that will have a positive and measurable difference to young people in Hackney, Newham and Tower Hamlets, supporting their journey into employment.

This programme is now closed and will re-open in 2019. Please click here to sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date with grants news.

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