Local Grants & Support
|Active Black Country||Works collaboratively with a range of local partners to inspire and enable people to lead an active lifestyle.|
|Arts Connect||Works with a variety of partners in the West Midlands to ensure that all children and young people can benefit from engagement in high quality arts and cultural activities.|
|Birmingham Airport Community Trust Fund||The trust is aimed at improving quality of life – be it through heritage conservation, environment
improvement, encouraging and protecting wildlife or social and leisure activities.
|Birmingham e-Learning Foundation||Works with schools to ensure every child receives a learning device to support their education.|
|The Birmingham Music Education Partnership||Supports and enhances music education for all pupils through our extensive programme of high quality support delivered by our specialist instrumental, vocal and classroom teachers.|
|Council for Voluntary Service (CVS): Birmingham Voluntary Service Council||Supporting a robust voluntary and community sector informed by the lived experience of local people, they enable organisations and individuals working to deliver social change, to identify and build on existing strengths and to enhance these through volunteering and social action.|
Schools in Sandwell can use their grants for science resources, gardening equipment, science weeks, science subscriptions, science visits (in or out of school) and improving school grounds for science.
Deadline to apply: 30 June 2023
|Heart Of England Community Foundation||A charity that raises money to fund and develop local community activity across the West Midlands & Warwickshire. Schools can apply for projects with wider community benefit. All Community Foundations (UK)|
|Life Education||Life Education Central England deliver Health and Well-being educational programmes to children aged 3-11 years in schools, SEN and nursery settings.|
|Millennium Point Charitable Trust||Provides STEM funding annually to not-for-profits, schools and colleges across the Local Authorities that are members of the West Midlands Combined Authority.|
|Museum in a Box||Aims to ensure that students have the opportunity to engage with the museum's collections in a way that will stimulate, support and enrich their learning.|
|School Library Services||Schools Library Services (SLSs) can meet your school’s needs to borrow books for use in classrooms to support the curriculum.|
|Think Active||Have a vision is for everyone in Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire to benefit from and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle in safe and thriving communities.|
|West Midlands Fire Service||Schools, education and learning programmes.|
|West Midlands Museum Development||The Museum Development team works with museums to help them develop, thrive and collaborate to ensure their future sustainability through cross cultural programmes which excite and inspire audiences.|
Local service organisations
Tip: For Lions Club, search using town names for the most accurate results.
National retailers' local branches
National retailers can also assist local schools. Please reach out to your local branches for the following retailers:
The Asda Foundation, Co-op (Local Community Fund), Pets At Home, Tesco Community Grants (contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com), The WHSmith Trust (Community Grants), Wickes Community Programme
|Supermarket Community Champions||
Online contact/email: ASDA
|The National Lottery Community Fund||
The National Lottery Community Fund distributes over £600m a year to communities across the UK.
Review successful grant awards from your local area(s), below:
Looking for more grants?
- Think we’ve missed one? Email the PTA+ team at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your local information.
Below you will find links to a directory of local suppliers and your regional Facebook group.
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