Funding from both the National Lottery and Government is invested to help get more people across England aged five and over active. Investments range from supporting community sports facilities, to increasing the number of people in under-represented groups who get active, and so much more.
National Lottery Project Grants supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Until April 2021, the fund will focus on the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners
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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the National Lottery Community Fund and apply for a small grant now (up to £1000) for your event.
The National Lottery is all about enhancing people’s lives, not just for those who win but for everyone in society. So by playing our games, the people of Ireland help to create a better society through raising much-needed funds for Good Causes in the areas of sport and recreation, national culture, heritage, the Irish language, the arts
The National Lottery Community Fund will funnel all new funding over the next six months into tackling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.. The grant-maker said all the funding decisions it would make over the next half a year – covering sums totalling up to £300m – …
Lottery National Community has made the following grants: 2020/21 round one; 2019/20 round two; Request a grant from a regional Lottery Community committee if your project or service is for only one Lottery Community region and will only benefit a community or communities in that region. This includes if your group is an independent branch of a
The National Lottery Community Fund, legally named the Big Lottery Fund, is a non-departmental public body responsible for distributing funds raised by the National Lottery for "good causes". Since 2004 it has awarded over £9 billion to more than 130,000 projects in the UK. The Community Fund aims to support projects which help communities and people it considers most in need.
The National Lottery Grants for Heritage programme has reopened for phase one funding which aims to support the UK’s heritage sector as it responds to the impacts of coronavirus/COVID-19 and to adapt and thrive again. Phase one funding is designed to focus on organisational resilience or on projects that deliver inclusion in heritage.
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