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Funding Event

Sharpe’s Pottery Museum West Street, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9DG
25 September 2019
10am - 12.30pm

This great event offers the opportunity to network with other voluntary organisations and chat with a wide range of funders who can offer support and guidance to voluntary and community organisations.

Funders attending include:

  • The National Lottery Community Fund
  • Foundation Derbyshire
  • The National Lottery Heritage Fund
  • Active Derbyshire
  • Asda Community Foundation
  • Coalfield Regenerations Trust
  • East Midlands Community Airport Fund
  • Good Things Foundation
  • Futures for Business (Community Grants)
  • Princes Trust
  • The Trent Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme
  • Action Grants Programme (Derbyshire County Council)
  • South Derbyshire CVS (Small Grant Funds)

Click here to download the Standholders Booklet.

During the morning, there will be three workshops:

  1. The National Lottery Community Fund 10.30 – 11.00am
  2. The National Lottery Heritage Fund 11.15 – 11.45am
  3. Derbyshire County Council's Action Grants: Physical Activity and Sport theme 12.00 – 12.30pm

Please book onto the workshops via Eventbrite: https://sdcvs-funding-event-sept19.eventbrite.co.ukPlaces on the workshops are limited and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis so book early to avoid disappointment!

You don't need to book for the general funding event, just come along.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact Liz Gumbley for more information
T: 01283 219761 Email: development@sdcvs.org.uk


File attachment: SDCVS Funding Event Sept19.pdf


SDCVS AGM


15 November 2019

Save the date! Times & venue TBC.


Small Grant Funds deadline


20 November 2019

We're looking for more projects to apply to our Small Grant Funds!

If you're not sure your project is applicable please call Siobhan (Mon to Weds 10am - 4.30pm) on 01283 219761 for an informal chat, or email development@sdcvs.org.uk.

We've had a diverse range of successful applicants including an archery club seeking to improve access to their woodland, a church social eating project, and a craft group for older people.

For more information/to apply please visit our Funding Advice page.

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