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Festival of Creative Ageing 2019: Funding for arts activities for older people

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Digital Funding Available.

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Lewisham Central Assembly meeting – Tuesday 9th October 2018

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You can now apply for Capital Clean-up grants and kits for summer 2016 projects and events.  The Mayor of London is welcoming applications from community organisations in all London Boroughs for 2016’s Capital Clean-up programme. Groups can apply for Grants (of between £500 and £1,500) and Kits (including equipment and a £50 voucher). The application …

An opportunity has arisen in Hither Green for a local person with experience in writing grant applications. The Ella Roberta Family Foundation is a registered charity focussed on supporting children and families with asthma. The Foundation is looking for someone with a good track record in securing grants in the health and social care sector. …

In these times of limited budgets- Civic crowdfunding it can be a way of engaging with local communities and raising funds to improve or transform spaces. Spacehive is a busy crowdfunding platform and will be coming to Lewisham to teach people how to run a crowdfunding campaign to improve a space or place. If you’re …

The Mishcon Green Fund has opened for applications. If you belong to a grass roots community project looking to make a positive environmental impact in the capital, why not apply? There is £2,000 up for grabs for each successful project. Find all the details here. The fund is open for ‘informal’ neighbourhood community groups too. …

Lewisham Central  Assembly funding is now open for groups and organisation who can deliver projects which improve the Lewisham Central area.Map of Lewisham Central Ward  The main purpose of the fund is to assist the Assembly to deliver their Local Action Plan. All funding proposals must demonstrate how they will meets one or more Assembly priorities.    Funding: There …

The Mayor of London offers grant funding to the capital’s charities to pilot innovative new projects and expand existing ones. This year  a further £170,000 is being invested, the focus of the 2015/16 grant round is: Helping more Londoners volunteer in groups Providing more Speed Volunteering opportunities for Londoners To apply for the grant and an opportunity to …

I want to pledge to projects that make London’s high streets even better places to visit, live in and do business. This hive brings together great projects from across our city which are seeking funding. I will pledge up to £20,000 directly to the best projects, like other crowdfunders, so add your project idea today! …

Applications for the Locality grants programme are now open What is Our Place? Our Place gives your community control over local services – it helps bring communities together in partnership with local organisations and service providers to look at the issues that most matter to them. You can influence how local budgets are spent by redesigning, …

The Hither Green Community Association has been planting more shrubs at the  Station to encourage wildlife. They will spend their first two years in their protective plastic collars. Eventually they will provide food and shelter for our wildlife, and great colour and seasonal interest- blossom in the spring and berries and changing leaves in the autumn. If you want FREE shrubs or tree saplings for your school, street or community space – contact The Woodland Trust. Information below. Sign up to our Newsletter (right) to hear about community volunteering opportunities. However, if you can’t wait until the autumn for your next batch of trees, you’ll find a range of tree packs and different tree protection available to buy from our online shop. …