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Off the back of Wednesday's webinar it seemed an obvious thing to start a thread on this. Here's some links for starters - please share your own below. Maybe add the geography after to help people quickly identify what's relevant for them?
https://www.bond.org.uk/hubs/funding-opportunities (global/various - comprehensive list)
https://www.civilsociety.co.uk/voices/what-funding-is-available-to-charities-during-covid-19-pandemic.html (UK - list of funds)
https://londoncommunityresponsefund.org.uk/ (UK - London)
Applications deadline: Tuesday 3rd May 2022
WASH as a priority. Eligible countries include India and Zambia (@Siraz Hirani @marina.j @Akira (Habitat for Humanity)):
James Percy Foundation
Type of project: Health - projects that address one or more of the main causes of child mortality: New-born health, Pneumonia, Diarrhoeal diseases, Malaria, Malnutrition and WASH. Education: we will consider education-related proposals backed by evidence of the approach’s effect on learning outcomes.
Location: Ethiopia (new applications temporarily suspended), India, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.
Eligibility: To be eligible for funding potential partners must: be registered as a charity; Have an annual income of over £1 million; Have a proven 3-year track record in addressing the relevant issue; Have an established in-country presence in the relevant country; Work in collaboration with, rather than in parallel to, the national government of the Priority Country.
Grant size: New partners may apply for grants of between £100,000 and £200,000 per grant year. We are happy to consider applications for a contribution towards the total cost of a project, rather than the full project budget.
UK/international - note mention of 'housing and homelessness':
The Oak Foundation Type of projects: there are six main programmes are: Environment, Child Abuse, Housing and Homelessness, International Human Rights, Issues Affecting Women and Learning Differences. There are four national programmes: Brazil, Denmark, India and Zimbabwe Location: worldwide Grant size: there is an annual grant-making budget of more than $200m. Except in special circumstances or in Zimbabwe, the foundation generally does not provide programme grants under US$25,000