Funding opportunities available through Quartet

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Here are four notable funding opportunities available this spring and don’t forget – our Express Grants programme  is open all year round and is open to groups throughout the West of England and we particularly welcome applications for groups in B&NES and North Somerset. To see a full listing of the grant programmes we have available please visit our website.

1. Emerging and new needs affecting children and young people in North Somerset, B&NES and South Gloucestershire

Maximum grant: £10,000
Grants programme open until all funds are allocated

Your work must benefit children & young people who are disadvantaged and based in Bath & North East Somerset, North Somerset, or South Gloucestershire. The beneficiaries may be disadvantaged due to poverty, disability, age, location or culture. The work/activity should be in response to sudden, new, emerging, or unmet needs and emergency situations affecting children & young people and should reflect the concerns and priorities of the target beneficiaries and fit well with existing community provision. There must be clear evidence of the need(s).

2. Bristol City Council Youth Sector Support Fund Grant

Maximum grant: £5,000 per organisation, up to a maximum of £15,000 for partnership applications.

Closing date: This programme will be open until 2021

The grant programme will support projects and collaborations that result in a diverse range of services for children and young people 8-19 years old, and a stronger youth and play sector.

3. Mall Fountain Fund Grants

Maximum grant: £1,000
Closing date: 6 May 2019, 11am

For charitable organisations within a 15-mile radius of The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. The work/activity must benefit people who are disadvantaged.

4. North Somerset Community Transport Grant

Maximum grant: £50 – £500
Closing date: 31 March 2020, 5 pm

For local transport schemes aiming to provide accessible, efficient and affordable transport to North Somerset residents with limited mobility, typically run by local volunteers in the community.