This new funding programme will support small specialist charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £500,000 who are helping people overcome complex issues like homelessness, addiction and domestic abuse.
Funding For Torfaen
The fund is open to applications from community groups and charities working in the Gwent area to support young people, with a particular focus on reducing antisocial behaviour and crime in the area.
This fund aims to strengthen the resilience of Wales’ network of protected land and marine sites, supporting nature’s recovery while actively encouraging community engagement.
The Welsh Government Energy Service works with the public sector and community groups to reduce energy use, generate locally owned renewable energy, and reduce carbon emissions, helping deliver a stronger, fairer, greener Wales.
Over the course of the last four months, TVA has awarded nearly £40,000 in grant funding With the Spring now here, it’s time to take a look back on the Community Winter Support Fund, with support from Welsh Government and Third Sector Support Wales. Over the course of the last four months, TVA has awarded… Continue reading More Torfaen groups supported with the Community Winter Support Fund
Movember are excited to announce a new GBP £5.7M Mental Health Grants Funding Program aiming to strengthen the implementation and evaluation of scalable initiatives which currently exist in both the community and/or workplace. Please note the short turn around for this Mental Health Grant Funding Since 2003, Movember has funded more than 1,250 men’s health… Continue reading Mental Health Grant for Mens’ Health
Transport to Health in Aneurin Bevan Grant Fund The Transport to Health project has been set up to support community transport across the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board area (Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport, South Powys and Torfaen). Over £11,000 given to help residents in Torfaen and Powys get transport to vital health appointments The ABUHB… Continue reading Transport to Health Project Awards Its First Grants