Rosemount Lifelong Learning

Funding programmes

Rosemount Lifelong Learning

Funding, Funding programmes, Awards over £10,000, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

  1. People and Communities

    A larger amount of funding (between £10,001 and £500,000) for projects working with your community – whether that’s a community living in the same area, or people with similar interests or life experiences.

    Area
    Northern Ireland
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £500,000
    Total available
    £57 million
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  2. Empowering Young People

    A larger amount of funding (between £10,001 and £500,000) for projects that work with young people (between the ages of 8 and 25) to face and overcome challenges.

    Area
    Northern Ireland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £500,000
    Application deadline

    31 March 2021

  3. Great Ideas

    Great Ideas is designed to support great ideas that don’t necessarily involve people at every stage but if implemented would contribute to putting people in the lead.

    Area
    Northern Ireland
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £500,000
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  4. Dormant Accounts Fund

    The Dormant Accounts Fund will be used to increase capacity, resilience and sustainability in the Northern Ireland Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector.

    Area
    Northern Ireland

UK-wide

  1. Forces in Mind

    Supporting the psychological wellbeing and successful and sustainable transition of veterans and their families into civilian life.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  2. Awards from the UK Portfolio

    The UK Portfolio supports UK-wide ideas and projects. It tests and grows bold ideas that put people in the lead to address long-term social issues and to improve the quality of life across the UK and internationally.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Application deadline

    Applications currently paused

  3. Climate Action Fund application phase

    The Climate Action Fund will support communities across the UK to take action on climate change. These communities will demonstrate what is possible when people take the lead in tackling climate change. With National Lottery funding, they will work together, share their learning and be active participants in a broader movement of change.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Suitable for
    Community-led partnerships - see the full list of eligibility criteria below
    Total available
    £100 million over 10 years (see Funding Expectations below)
    Application deadline


    Initial ideas must be submitted by 5pm Wednesday 18 December 2019.
    Full proposals must be submitted by midday Friday 27 March 2020.

  4. Other National Lottery Funders

    If none of the current The National Lottery Community Fund programmes are suitable for your project, one of the other Lottery funders may be able to help.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations, Private sector organisations
    Application deadline

    Check the other funder's websites