|Traveller Site Fund (England
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities supports communities to thrive by improving standards of living and levelling up the economy. Through the Traveller Site Fund 2022/23, the government is making £10 million in capital funding available to local authorities in England for the development or refurbishment of traveller sites. The funding will aim to reduce unauthorised encampments and enable councils to improve travellers’ life chances by providing them with authorised places to stay and access to facilities and services. This could include new and/or improved transit sites and stopping places; improving site infrastructure; or paying for public spaces on existing sites, such as community centres, play areas for children and stabling for horses.
|Fashion and Textile Children's Trust - Rehousing Grant (UK)
The Fashion & Textile Children's Trust provides education and wellbeing grants to support children (0-18 years) whose parents or guardians work, or have recently worked (within the last 9 years) in the UK fashion and textile industry. Through the Rehousing Grant programme the Trust provides funding to families who are facing unexpected additional rehousing costs as a result of any of the following:Fleeing domestic abuse; Recently offered a house after an unsettled housing situation; Required to move because the property no longer meets the needs of the family, e.g. disability or health needs; Required to move by the landlord or council.
|Community Foundation for Lancashire - Nationwide Building Society Community Grants (Lancashire)
The Community Foundation for Lancashire exists to benefit disadvantaged communities by making grants to support relevant charitable or voluntary organisations, which make a difference to their local communities. Through the Nationwide Building Society Community Grants programme the foundation provides funding of up to £50,000 to local housing projects that will strengthen local communities by supporting the most vulnerable by: Preventing people from losing their home; Helping people in to a home; Supporting people to thrive within the home environment.
|Community Foundation for Merseyside - Nationwide Building Society Community Grants (Merseyside)
The Community Foundation for Merseyside exists to benefit disadvantaged communities by making grants to support relevant charitable or voluntary organisations, which make a difference to their local communities. Through the Nationwide Building Society Community Grants programme the foundation provides grants of up to £50,000 to local housing projects that will strengthen local communities by supporting the most vulnerable by: Preventing people from losing their home; Helping people in to a home; Supporting people to thrive within the home environment
|Community Foundation for Merseyside - The ACC Liverpool Group Foundation (Merseyside)
The Community Foundation for Merseyside exists to benefit disadvantaged communities by making grants to support relevant charitable or voluntary organisations, which make a difference to their local communities. Through the ACC Liverpool Group Foundation programme the foundation provides grants of up to £2,000 to local community groups and voluntary organisations. The fund wishes to encourage local community groups and voluntary organisations to apply for grants for projects aimed at supporting and targeting key community groups and diverse communities including LGBTQ+, BAME and hard to reach groups.
|Nationwide Foundation - Transforming the Private Rented Sector (UK)
The Nationwide Foundation aims to increase the availability of good quality, affordable homes in the places where they are most needed. Through the Transforming the Private Rented Sector the Foundation will support projects and research that will help transform the private rented sector so that it provides homes for people in need that are more affordable, secure, accessible and are better quality.
|Nationwide Foundation - Backing Community-Led Housing (UK)
The Nationwide Foundation aims to increase the availability of good quality, affordable homes in the places where they are most needed. Through the Community-led housing programme, the Foundation will support communities to build new homes, create homes from empty properties, protect existing decent, affordable homes and provide homes of all types of tenure.
|Nationwide Foundation - Nurturing Ideas to Change the Housing System (UK)
The Nationwide Foundation aims to increase the availability of good quality, affordable homes in the places where they are most needed. Through the Nurturing Ideas to Change the Housing System programme the Nationwide Foundation will support imaginative and different ideas about how to deliver the right sort of housing or housing support, which can tackle systemic failings in the housing system.
|Lloyds Bank Foundation - Homeless and Vulnerably Housed (England and Wales)
The Lloyds Bank Foundation is an independent charity that aims to help people, communities and Britain prosper. The Foundation provides support to small and local charities that help people overcome complex social issues and rebuild their lives. Through the Homeless and Vulnerably Housed Stream the foundation supports charities with a strong track record of providing ongoing, in-depth support to people who have no, or temporary accommodation, or who are at high risk of becoming homeless.
|Estate Regeneration Programme (England)
The Department for Communities & Local Government has allocated an additional £32 million of new funding to the estate regeneration fund. As part of a new blueprint for regenerating deprived housing estates, Councils, housing associations and developers can now bid for a share of a total of £172 million of government investment to transform local neighbourhoods and deliver high-quality housing. The additional £32 million is available as grant funding and includes £2 million to help build commercial skills capacity in local authorities to deliver estate regeneration. This funding is available exclusively to local authorities and will be awarded to applicants with clearly demonstrable commercial skills gaps or lack of staff with previous regeneration experience.
|Sanctuary Housing Grand Ideas Fund (England & Scotland)
Sanctuary Housing has around 100,000 homes in England and Scotland and is one of the UK's leading social landlords. Sanctuary's Grand Ideas Fund offers up to £1,000 for projects which aim to make a difference to the lives of Sanctuary residents and their communities. The fund is open to charities, residents' groups and voluntary organisations. Projects funded will fit with one of Sanctuary's five priority themes, as outlined in their Community Investment Strategy. These are: Employment, Education, Skills and Training; Health and Wellbeing; Community safety and infrastructure; Environment and Financial inclusion. Projects must also benefit a significant number of Sanctuary residents, have a community focus and be open to, and inclusive of, all
|Medlock Charitable Trust (UK with a preference for Somerset and Boston Lincolnshire)
The Medlock Charitable Trust makes grants to organisations is the areas of Education &Training ; Medical & Health/Sickness ; Disability & Special Needs ; Accommodation & Housing; Arts & culture; Sport & recreation; Environment, Conservation & Heritage; and Economic, Community Development &Employment. Both primary and secondary schools in the eligible areas are able to apply.
|Disabled Facilities Grant (England, Wales & Northern Ireland)
Disabled facilities grant is available for a range of works needed to help a disabled person to remain living more independently in their home. These include widening doors and installing ramps, improving access to rooms, providing a heating system and adapting heating and lighting controls. There are two types of grant - mandatory and discretionary depending on the nature of the works. If you or someone living in your property is disabled you may qualify for disabled facilities grant towards the cost of providing adaptations and facilities to enable the disabled person to continue to live there. Such grants are given by local councils under Part I of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.