We have been successful in securing funding from a broad range of funders to support our community – the development of our circus training centre and the young people that we are working with.
Is the leading regeneration organisation dedicated to improving the quality of life in Britain’s former mining communities. We are a charitable company and social enterprise with teams deployed across England, Scotland and Wales.
By investing in social entrepreneurs’ journeys, we believe we make a longer lasting impact.
Encouraging progress, development and fresh ideas. We support individuals directly, not their ventures. Tudor wants to help smaller, community-led groups which are supporting people at the margins of society. We do this by making grants.
O2 is the driving force behind Think Big because we believe in the power of young people and their ideas. And as one of the biggest companies in the UK, we can back them. Invest in them. Campaign for them. Give them a platform and a voice.
Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Service was established in April 1997 as a Charitable Company to:- Support, promote and develop the participation of voluntary organisations, community groups and individuals in the voluntary sector in Neath Port Talbot.
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
NPT Youth Fund is a panel run by young people, for young people, and has the power to award money from Gwirvol to projects in Neath Port Talbot.
Communities First is a Community Focused Programme that supports the Welsh Government’s Tackling Poverty agenda.
Our region has a flourishing Third Sector which contributes to our vibrant communities. We aim to secure its future through an exciting new programme of support to create sustainable organisations and promote the potential for social enterprises.
Supported by Carmarthenshire County Council’s Western Valleys Sustainable Hubs Fund.
Keen to be Green is designed to benefit a wide range of environmental activity undertaken by groups and organisations — including registered charities, schools and voluntary organisations which provide support to elderly or vulnerable people
Arts council Wales whose vision is of a creative Wales where the arts are central to the life of the nation.
This programme inspires, empowers and supports young people from across the UK to make a difference in their communities.