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The registered charity, Concertina, which makes grants of up to £250 to charitable bodies which provide musical entertainment and related activities for the elderly, has announced that the next deadline for applications is the 30th April 2016.
Through the power of rugby Wooden Spoon Charity fund life-changing projects across the UK and Ireland that support disadvantaged and disabled children.
A group of Exmoor Mountain Bike enthusiasts, British Cycling, and Calvert Trust Exmoor have joined forces to hold a fantastic Mountain Bike Event on the May Bank Holiday, 2nd May 2016.
The government has launched a new fundraising training programme for small charities. Could this help a North Devon charity that you know?
Any bands or musicians out there in North Devon trying to make it, or even to get noticed? Then these funds may be of interest to you!
Under the banner ‘Supporting Warm-Hearted People and Projects’ Galaxy is looking to support small, local community projects and community-minded people through its Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund, which is now in its 5th year.
If you've been watching Channel 4 you can't have missed the wonderful program they have been showing about The Landmark Trust and the extraordinary historic buildings they own and manage. Now your charity, educational facility or not for profit organisation has a chance to win ONE of 50 Free breaks.,
Looking after abandoned pets and animals that need our care is a dedicated job, as well as costly and time consuming. This Petplan Charitable Trust Welfare Grant may offer some financial help. Act now
CalvertStock was bigger than ever for 2015, becoming a two day event on both the 19th and 20th June. The family friendly festival returned to The Old Station House Inn for the 2nd year running, and raised £4,510 for Calvert Trust Exmoor.
Starfish Community Charity in Barnstaple supports local charities, administers a hardship fund and supports local community groups, projects and activities.
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