Funding

Introducing PAVS’ Funding Advice Service Padlet

For updates on Funding Sources, Funding Deadlines, Events & more!

Link here; https://padlet.com/lornalivock/FundingPembs

South Hook LNG Community Fund

The South Hook LNG Community Fund remains open to groups running projects to benefit people and communities in Pembrokeshire. Funding is available to projects under the four funding priorities of Wellbeing, Education, Environment and Safety. Groups can apply under Tier 1 up to £500 or Tier 2 funding of up to £5,000. Please get in touch to discuss any potential applications by emailing development@pavs.org.uk.

Funding Deadlines 2021

Friday 15th October – 5pm

Funding Opportunity to Support Carers.

The West Wales Care Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the Carers Support Innovation Fund. Grants will be available to third sector organisations in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire who provide services and activities to support unpaid carers.

The Fund will provide up to 100% revenue costs up to £5,000 for the delivery of a three month project in one county, and up to £15,000 for  regional delivery across the three counties. All requests for support must offer value for money and demonstrate clear and direct benefits for unpaid Carers.

The Fund Themes are:

  • Supporting life alongside caring
  • Providing information, advice and assistance
  • Identifying & recognition of carers
  • Supporting digital inclusion
  • Improving carer’s physical health and mental wellbeing.

The safety of carers is a priority and all projects must take into account the current Covid restrictions.

  • Projects to run from 1st January2021 and be completed by 31st March 2021.
  • All funding must be spent by 31st March 2021.
  • Deadline for submission of applications has now passed.

Supporting Community Action Fund – Round 3 is now closed.

Community Ownership Fund

The Community Ownership Fund is a £150 million fund to support community groups in the UK to take ownership of assets which are at risk of being lost. Under the fund, community groups will be able to bid for matched capital grants of up to £250,000 to help them to buy local assets to run as community-owned businesses. In exceptional cases, up to £1million matched capital grants will be available for some sporting facilities.

The deadline for applications for this bidding round is 13 August 2021. A second round will open in December 2021 and a third in May 2022.

Funding for Voluntary Groups – one stop shop

There has been so much information circulated about the financial support available for voluntary organisations who are being affected by Covid 19, particularly those who deliver front line services.

To make it easier to find out about the funds available the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) has gathered all this information in one place – the Funding Wales website, which is continually being updated.

Click here to access the website https://funding.cymru/pages/coronavirus-latest/ , you will need to register on the site, which only takes a few minutes. To read more click on this link

The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding Scheme

The Home Office is pleased to announce that the sixth round of the Places of Worship (POW) Protective Security Funding Scheme is now open for applications until 23:59 on the 2nd July 2021. 

The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding Scheme is a key commitment of the 2016-2020 Hate Crime Action Plan.  To date,  more than 240 places of worship have been awarded grants through the scheme, enabling them to install measures such as protective alarms, security lighting and access controls.

The scheme is open to places of worship and associated faith community centres (we define this as a community centre run by a place of worship or near a place of worship that is faith based, and where regular worship takes place) across England and Wales. 

Further details of the funding scheme and how to apply are provided via the link below. 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/places-of-worship-security-funding-scheme