grants

Restart Grants are now available for businesses as the economy starts to re-open in line with Government’s roadmap

The new Restart Grant is a sector-based grant which is different from the Local Restrictions Support Grants (LRSG) – it could pay between £2,667 to £18,000 to eligible businesses. Please check the details and find out if you are eligible at eastdevon.gov.uk/business-grants . Every claim is checked and verified and any fraudulent claims will be subject to legal action.

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Nominate a community group for their chance of a stake in £20,000 grant fund

Boost drinks, leading functional drinks brand, as created a £20k fund, which is being made available to community groups who are looking for funding to help drive change in their communities.

As part of the brand’s 20th anniversary celebrations, they have launched their ‘Choose Now, Change Live’s initiative – offering grants that benefit the local community and positively impact...

More successful grants awarded by the East Devon District Council Community Buildings Fund

Five East Devon community buildings will benefit from over £17,500 of funding from East Devon District Council’s Community Buildings Fund. There is still a small amount of funding available that community buildings and community shops can apply for.

These are the latest successful projects:

  • Beer Albion Football Club will receive £3,500 to help pay for a viewing area
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New nature training grants for Exmouth residents

Small grants are available for training to help wildlife or nature projects in the town. Grants of up to £150 will help Exmouth residents meet the costs of specialist training courses to help them develop and deliver action for wildlife in Exmouth.

East Devon District Council, through its Wild Exmouth project, is administering this new grant fund to help Exmouth residents cover the...

Street Factory keeping the community connected during COVID crisis

Plymouth-based social collective Street Factory is delighted to have received funding from Devon Community Foundation which the team will use to keep members of its community digitally connected in this time of social distancing.

The funding/grant of £7,300 has already been used directly to purchase laptops, iPads, tutorials and mentoring on digital skills, all of which will be...

Calor offers £85,000 worth of grants to rural communities

Now in its fourth year, leading off-grid energy supplier, Calor, is once again calling on worthy rural community projects of all shapes and sizes to enter its Rural Community Fund for 2020 and be in with the chance of securing grants from its £85,000 fund pot.

Calor is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year and is marking the milestone by making this year’s investment bigger than...

Grants up for grabs for Dartmoor communities

Community groups are invited to apply for funding that’ll help them deliver projects which celebrate all that’s great about Dartmoor. Following on from the recent Moor than meets the eye-funded Parishscapes project, similar funding is now available so communities can develop projects that are important to their area’s history and heritage. • Conserve, enhance or celebrate the cultural,...

Freemasons to hold public vote on £3m charity grants

The Freemasons are holding an unprecedented public vote to decide how to spend a special three million pounds of charity funding as part of their 300th anniversary celebrations this year.

Freemasons throughout the country have selected 300 local charities to receive a special Community Award, but the decision on the size of grant – ranging from £4,000 to £25,000 – is being decided by...

Don’t miss out on grants in Devon

People in Devon are reminded that applications for grants of up to £500 will close on 28th October 2016.

Bids are invited for grants from the Crimebeat funds which are sponsored by the High Sheriff of Devon.

Crimebeat is a national initiative which aims to empower local people to make a real difference in their local community. The aim is for people to develop crime prevention...

£800,000 available to Plymouth social enterprises

Social enterprises across Plymouth are being invited to apply for a share of a £800,000 pot of loans and grants to help their business flourish.

Plymouth City Council is launching another round of its innovative Social Enterprise Investment Fund and the successful bidders will be able to join a growing rank of organisations who have received capital investment to turn cracking ideas...

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