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Santander discovery grants up to £5000

Santander Discovery Grants
Grants must directly benefit disadvantaged people in the UK and must fall under one of three themes; explorer, transformer or changemaker.  Application is done by dropping nomination into a box at a Santander branch.
Amounts: £5000

London Catalyst £1000 - £5000

London Catalyst
London Catalyst project grants target funding at initiatives that will tackle the effects of poverty and ill health. They will fund any reasonable and appropriate project cost.
Amount: £1000 - £5000
Deadline: 6 wk assessment period, committee meets June, Sept,  Dec

Hackney main grants deadline 20th September

2018/19 grants programme

please see Hackney VCS grants programme 2018/19 prospectus [doc, 199.5Kb] which provides information on the types of grants available, the eligibility criteria and how to apply. 

Main grants (including holiday play schemes)

This year voluntary and community sector organisations can once again apply for two year main grant funding from 2018-20, enabling them to plan longer-term outcomes for their users. Applications can be made for grants between £5,000 - £30,000 for a 1 year grant or up to £60,000 for a 2 year grant, for initiatives that will:

  • promote social inclusion, encourage independence and develop personal resilience
  • build positive relations between different groups and communities that will maintain the high levels of community cohesion in Hackney

The deadline for applications is 12 noon, Wednesday 20 September 2017.

Please read the guidance on completing the main grant application form 2018/19 [doc, 249.5Kb] if you wish to make an application. 

Apply Continue your application

organisations interested in applying to the Hackney VCS grants programme.

Hackney CVS will be running how to apply workshops [pdf, 225.49Kb] as well as one to one surgeries to support the application process.  


Training Calendar August-December 2017


Workshop: Report Writing

Source By: LBH

Date: 7th September 2017

Time: 2:00 – 4.00pm

This three-hour workshop will cover all the stages for writing an effective and persuasive business report. It will explore how to plan and research your report and how to structure it to make it accessible to the reader. As well as tips for good writing, you will learn how to edit, format and lay your report out.

By the end of this workshop you will understand:

  • How to plan a report and what you need to know before you start writing
  • What the different parts of a business report are and how to write each of them
  • How to communicate ideas clearly and succinctly 
  • How to edit and improve your first draft.

Who should attend

Anyone who has to write business reports as part of their role



Please email your completed booking form to and do remember to include the course title which you wish to attend. If you have specific query regarding this course please email

Please also have the course title as the header title instead of having development opportunities as the header title.

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