Hull CVS manages a number of small grants schemes to support local voluntary and community groups, in line with our charitable objects and our mission statement. Individual grant programmes may set out additional objectives.
If you require further details on any of our small grants please contact Jayne Robinson, Grants Officer on (01482) 324474 or email email@example.com for more information.
Funded by a donation from The Sir James Reckitt Charity, Hull CVS runs a small grants scheme providing:
- Grants for small self help groups operating within the city of Hull
- Grants for newly established small groups
With donations from The Sir James Reckitt Charity and The Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust, Hull CVS provides grants of up to £500 to voluntary and community groups working on the Bransholme Estate in Hull. Find out how to apply and the impact of Bransholme Trust Grants.
Other Small Grants
Our factsheet Your Guide to Local Grants lists over 30 local grant schemes from Hull City Council, the NHS, businesses and charitable trusts. Most of the grants available from these sources are under £5,000 with many giving much smaller amounts.
The high street bookshop WH Smith offers small grants through its associated trust. Funding for the WH Smith Trust is generated through the 5p plastic bag charge now in operation throughout the UK. The aims of the trust are to support good causes in the local communities where WH Smith operates, and to promote literacy and a love of reading.
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ESF Community Grants are part of the European Social Fund (ESF) programme which is distributing £2 million in small grants in the Humber, York and North Yorkshire region between 2016 and 2018. The fund aims to help unemployed people aged 19 years or older progress toward employment through access to learning opportunities.