Postcode Places Trust Grants 2023
The Postcode Places Trust awards funds to organisations or projects in the east of England, to make a difference to their community for the benefit of people and planet. There are a number of funding themes, including enabling participation in physical activity.
- Amount Available
- £500 to £25,000
- Type of funding
- Club, Group or Organisation
- Active Together
About Postcode Places Trust Grants 2023
Funded by the players of People's Postcode Lottery, the Postcode Trusts offer grants of between £500 and £25,000 to not-for-profit organisations with an income of less than £1 million in the most recent financial year.
The amount of grant depends on the type of not-for-profit legal structure:
- Applicants that are not formally registered as a charity with the Charity Commission can apply for between £500 and £2,500 in funding. These grants are intended for constituted organisations with no charity number, excepted and exempted charities and companies limited by guarantee with an asset lock.
- Applicants that are registered with the Charity Commission and can provide a charity number can apply for between £500 and £25,000 in funding. These grants are intended for community interest companies with an asset lock (schedule 1 and 2 only), community benefit societies, and charities registered with the Charity Commission
Funding opportunities for the east of England are available on the following dates in 2023:
- Round 1: 3rd April at 10:00am for a minimum of 24hrs
- Round 2: 3rd July at 10:00am for a minimum of 24hrs
- Round 3: 2nd October at 10:00am for a minimum of 24hrs
Application forms will go live at the above dates and times and must be started and submitted within the short submission window.
Funding priorities for 2023
There are a number of funding themes, including enabling participation in physical activity. Funding rounds are often oversubscribed, meaning it is not always possible to fund all high scoring applications. To support decision making, priority may be given to charities and good causes which meet some or all of the following criteria:
- Funding organisations with an annual income of £250,000 and below
- Funding for communities that rank as being within the top 15% on the English Indices of Deprivation
- Funding for groups that are led by and provide services for people from the following minority/marginalised groups (Communities experiencing racial inequity, People with disabilities, LGBT+ Community)
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