Community cycling grants
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Funding Available For Community Cycling Projects
2006 London Cycle Community Grants
The aim of the community grant is to contribute to the resources needed by local groups to hold events or start projects which promote the benefits of cycling in their neighbourhood.
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'Awards for All' seeks bidders for remaining funding
Various cycling projects or groups have successfully received grants from this funder in the past.
The Big Lottery Fund is encouraging local community groups and organisations such as schools, health bodies, parish or town councils to apply for the remaining £40 million of Awards for All grants that is available for this year. Under Awards for All funding of up to £5,000 is available for projects that enable people to take part in art, sport, heritage and community activities, as well as projects that promote education, the environment and health in the local community. The funds are allocated regionally to ensure that every area receives a portion of lottery funding. Projects across England can apply at anytime, but those in the East Midlands, London, the North East and North West are particularly encouraged to apply at this time to take up their allocation
Partners for London (Health)
The King’s Fund has announced that the application deadline for round 2 of the Partners for Health in London is the 24th February 2006. Partners for Health is open to both not for profit and statutory organisations and will provide funding of between £5,000 - £150,000 for projects that will increase the health of Londoners. The fund focuses on supporting projects relating to end of life care, sexual health and mental health advocacy. In addition the programme will also support initiatives that brings together orthodox, complementary and traditional approaches to health.