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Veolia Environmental Trust grants

20th June, 2014

Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations with environmental and community projects in the UK that are within five miles of a qualifying facility operated by Veolia Environmental Services (UK) plc. Projects must restore derelict land, prevent pollution, provide public amenities or encourage biodiversity.
Big Lottery Fund expects to match European funding

20th June, 2014

The Big Lottery Fund has announced it is hoping to be able to provide match funding for approximately £260m of European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) for social inclusion objectives, opening up over £500m of the funds for voluntary organisations.
Contract for 20mph surveys

18th June, 2014

Nova is looking for member groups and organisations which might like to deliver a series of surveys for a local transport initiative. This is a paid contract. NB VERY TIGHT DEADLINE
Enterprising Communities Programme

18th June, 2014

The Enterprising Communities Programme is a scheme run by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust to support community organisations/social enterprises to become more enterprising and sustainable.
Are you in need of ongoing legal advice and support?

18th June, 2014

Do you need a legal consultant to help you through a period of change for your charity? LawWorks is looking for community groups who may be interested in receiving ongoing advice and support from one of its volunteer lawyers.
Workplace Health Challenge

13th June, 2014

Do you have ideas to improve the health of your workforce and volunteers? We'll be looking for organisations to receive funding to help achieve health goals.
Community Infrastructure Levy

10th June, 2014

Take part in this consultation on the Community Infrastructure Levy - a levy on new development to help pay for infrastructure to support the growth of Wakefield.