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The Mighty Creatives

SEND 50 Year Celebratory Awards- The MIGHTY CREATIVES


This April 2021, The Mighty Creatives  (TMC) will be celebrating 50 years since children and young people with severe and profound learning disabilities were included under the education system in England and Wales (the Act of 1970 became active in 1971).

As part of this celebration, David S Stewart, a Trustee of The Mighty Creatives, is supporting a number of grants for schools who are interested in developing activities/projects with artists or arts organisations to deliver new creative educational opportunities for their children and young people.

There will be 10 Awards available: 6 awards of £500 and 4 awards of £250.

For more information follow the link HERE

Severn Trent Community Grants 

Available to local not-for-profit organisations for local projects that support the wellbeing of communities in the Severn Trent region. They have opened back up their Community Fund and are looking to fund new projects, rather than general organisational running costs. They are looking for applications to detail how you plan to adapt to the latest Covid 19 goverment guidelines.  Visit here for more infomation.

The Mighty Creatives

The Princes Trust and Natwest Enterprise relief fund

The £5million Enterprise Relief Fund will offer grants to 18 to 30-year olds across the UK who are self-employed and/or running their own business. In conjunction with cash grants, the initiative will offer one-to-one support and guidance to anyone who needs it and who may be worried about their future

Active notts

Active Notts provide a dedicated funding page, as well as a newsletter to keep you up to date with the latest funding opportunities. If your looking for  funding to support a physical activity or sport project, individual, school or coach in the Nottinghamshire or Nottingham area? We can help you find the grant or bursary to get you the assistance you need. 


Nottinghamshire County Council 

COVID 19 Community Fund - Nottinghamshire charities and voluntary groups can now apply for a grant of anywhere between £200 to £10,000 to deliver projects or services that meet the Nottinghamshire COVID-19 Community Fund criteria.

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