14/06/2021

Charities and good causes across Wales are being encouraged to apply for a funding boost via grants provided by Postcode Community Trust. The trust is now accepting applications to support local causes in their activities with funding. Organisations can apply for a grant of up to £20,000 for activities from the trust which is funded by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Since the beginning of the year, the trust has given grants to 36 organisations in Wales, with almost…

07/05/2020

The National Lottery Heritage Fund is making £50m available in response to the significant impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on the UK’s heritage. The new Heritage Emergency Fund will address immediate pressures over the next 3-6 months for those most in need alongside increased investment in essential digital skills across the sector, providing expertise in critical areas such as digital fundraising, use of social media and communications, running online events and activities. In addition, the National Lottery Heritage Fund is…

25/11/2019

  The results are in after Tesco customers cast their votes this summer to help community projects in South Wales bag up to £25,000. The supermarket is marking its Centenary year with two special Bags of Help funding rounds, with a huge £100,000 funding pot in South Wales. The first of these special rounds concentrated on groups delivering health and wellbeing benefits. In first place, Cancer Research UK has been awarded £25,000, in second place, Ty Hafan has been awarded…

10/10/2018

BBC Children in Need has announced that it has awarded a total of £215,628 to two local projects providing services to disadvantaged children and young people. The charity currently funds 22 projects across Cardiff, with over £1.3m invested locally. The newly awarded grants come as BBC Children in Need celebrates its fundraising total for the 2017 Appeal: £60.7 million.  Highlights from the 2017 Appeal include BBC Radio 2’s amazing fundraising efforts spearheaded by Chris Evans’ Breakfast Show which saw millions…