Lloyds Bank Foundation - Funding Workshop
Friday, 5 September 2014 from 10:00 to 13:00 (BST)
The Lloyds bank Foundation invest in charities supporting people to break out of disadvantage at critical points in their lives.To help elegible groups access this funding we are hosting an information session:
Lloyds Bank Foundation – Funding Workshop
Friday 5th September 10am – 1pm
Our new grant programmes launched from April 2014 – Invest and Enable –will offer short and long term grants. Support will be adapted to the needs of small and medium sized charities (income between £25,000 and £1 million) that are committed to delivering work which breaks or prevents cycles of disadvantage. Charities must be working with disadvantaged people at a critical point or period in their lives - known as ‘transition points’, (for more information on transition points please contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
FUNDING IS AIMED AT REGISTERED CHARITIES WHO SUPPORT DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE (ADULTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 17+) TO MAKE POSITIVE AND LASTING CHANGES AT TRANSITION POINTS IN THEIR LIVES.
INVEST provides long term funding for core and project costs for charities which support those facing multiple disadvantage and are delivering clear and measureable outcomes as a result of their work. Grants are available for up to £25,000 per year for 3 years, with the opportunity for continuation funding for a further period up to a total of 6 years.
ENABLE provides smaller, shorter term grants to strengthen charities which meet the Foundation’s criteria. Grants are awarded to charities which have identified clear development needs. These grants are up to a total £15,000 over two years.
When & Where
HARP/ Hillingdon Association of Voluntary Services (HAVS)
Hillingdon Advice for Residents Partnership (HARP) is a new partnership project within Hillingdon which has brought together seven organisations (Hillingdon Volunteer Centre, Age UK Hillingdon, Hillingdon Carers, DASH, Hillingdon CAB, MIND and Hillingdon Women’s Centre) with the aim that advice organisations work effectively with each other to provide an improved service for clients/customers.