On behalf of the Catalyst consortium, NCVYS has published the 5th edition of the Funding Guide for Workforce Development. It is aimed at employers, training providers and learners who work with children, young people and families in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. A new addition this year is a section devoted to funding schemes for training providers.
NCVYS's monthly funding update includes details of national funding opportunities for the voluntary and community youth sector. It highlights funding with a focus on workforce development and also contains information on local grants. To receive these monthly funding updates by email please enter your details in this form.
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Funding Update April 2013
Funding Update March 2013
Funding Update February 2013
Funding Update January 2013
For more information about this service, or copies of older updates which may include details of additional programmes which are still live, please contact NCVYS Policy Officer Dom Weinberg.
Please see the NCVYS funding page on Workforce Development for more information.
Funding Central - a free funding website funded by the Office of Civil Society and delivered by NCVO. The resource brings together funding opportunities in the form of grants, loans and contracts, as well as advice, support services and partnership opportunities for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
CYPNow's Funder Finder contains a list of funding streams and grants that support services for children and young people in England.
NCVYS members Community Matters have published Preparing Good Funding Applications - a guide to analysis, planning and developing a strategy for successful funding bids.
The Directory of Social Change has published Top Tips for Applying to Grant-Making Trusts and Foundations.
Articles which give tips and techniques for funding applications include:
This presentation, "How to Access Funding Locally" was prepard for a NCVYS member: How to Access Funding Locally and Strengthening the Youth Sector Market