The Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund aims to help small, local community based projects and community minded people.
The Heritage Lottery Fund recently announced that at least £10 million is being set aside over the next four years to fund projects marking some of the UK's most important anniversaries and commemorative events.
The LankellyChase Foundation is focused exclusively on bringing about change that will transform the quality of life of people who face severe and multiple disadvantage. By severe and multiple disadvantage the Foundation particularly means people who are experiencing a combination of severe social harms such as homelessness, substance misuse, mental illness, extreme poverty, and violence and abuse.
Arts Council England's small capital grants scheme is designed to benefit arts initiatives taking place in England, helping to make these projects more sustainable and resilient. The scheme forms part of a range of measures intended to help create a more sustainable, resilient and innovative arts sector.
New research by the Third Sector Research Council (TSRC) has been published on the use of impact measurement tools by third sector organisations.
Research by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) examines how social networks help or hinder people in moving out of poverty.
Recent research by the Third Sector Research Council (TSRC) raises questions about the nature and coherence of a distinctive BME sector - if indeed it exists as such, and considers its voice and influence.
The legally-binding goal of ending child poverty by 2020 is likely to be missed by a considerable margin.
The Ministry of Justice is in the process of implementing an extensive programme of reform for the delivery of probation services which will see some services contracted out to the voluntary sector.
The government now has one website page that brings together all documents relating to DBS checking service guidance.