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See our latest Funding Bulletin for details of grants from other funders

Please note:

Only organisations which are members of Salford CVS are eligible to apply for funding. To apply for membership you'll need to complete a simple online form here.


PDF of Grants for Local Groups Schedule 2020/21
Guide to the current grants of offer from Salford CVS

Download our latest Grants for Local Groups Schedule 2019/20

Updated January 2020

 

 


Tackling Social Isolation

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Salford CVS is looking to award a single contract to a VCSE sector organisation to deliver local systemic change to reduce social isolation in the Irlam, Cadishead, Winton, Barton & Eccles neighbourhood.
£45,000 is available to deliver a 12-15 month programme from April 2020.

This grant is funded through the Salford Together Partnership.

Download the Guidance Notes

Download the Application Form

View the Terms and Conditions of Grant

Closing Date: 12.00noon Monday 2nd March 2020

Decision by: Monday 30th March 2020

 


Youth Wellbeing Fund

The Youth Wellbeing Fund has been established to support youth-led projects that support and enhance the wellbeing of the city’s young people. At least three young people must be involved in shaping the project. Applications must be sponsored by either a school, college or VCSE orgnisation. Grants between £500 and £2,500 are available.

These grants are funded by NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group.

Download the Guidance Notes

Download the Application Form

View the Terms and Conditions of Grant

Closing Date: 12.00noon Friday 31st January 2020

Pitch-to-panel dates: late February 2020 to be confirmed

Decision by: Friday 28th February 2020

 


 

NHS Salford CCG

Wellbeing Fund - Round 3 2019/20

The Wellbeing Fund is here to support small voluntary and community groups who want to deliver a health and wellbeing project in Salford. Grants of up £1,000 per year are available. Organisations must have a turnover of less than £100,000.
This round requires the completion of an application form only; there is no 'pitch-to-panel' aspect.

These grants are funded by NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group.

Download the Guidance Notes

View the Terms and Conditions of Grant

Closing Date: This round is now closed

Decision by: 28th February 2020

 


 

NHS Salford CCG

Volunteers Expenses Fund

VEF

The Volunteers Expenses Fund is an initiative that Salford small voluntary and community groups can apply for grants of up to £750 to in order to meet the cost of paying out of pocket expenses volunteers to cover items such as travel costs, childcare, protective clothing, DBS checks.  The aim of the fund is to increase volunteer participation and retention and promote positive volunteering to improve the health outcomes for volunteers.

These grants are funded by NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group.

Download the Guidance Notes

Download the Application Form

View the Terms and Conditions of Grant

Organisation can apply at any time. Bids will be assessed on a bi-monthly basis

 


 

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Our development team provides funding support and advice on writing successful bids, developing new ideas or creating a partnership, these can be found on our training section of the website or please contact the team on 0161 787 7795.

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