Bristol Regeneration Resources and Links


New Start magazine
A weekly magazine about regeneration, has regularly upated news and features.

Charity Times
The latest magazine on management issues for charities, voluntary groups and not-for-profit organisations

British Urban Regeneration Association

Building Regeneration Resources and Links

Civic Trust

Neighbourhood Initiatives Federation

ERREKA Auto Doors & Shopfronts UK Ltd
ERREKA Auto Doors & Shopfronts UK Ltd, manufactures and installs Automatic Door Systems throughout the UK and Ireland, including Shopfronts and Entrance Screens. We are members of the Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA).

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Equal Opportunities Commission

Disability Discrimination Act Support Service

Commission for Racial Equality

Race on the Agenda

European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance

European Anti-Poverty Network

Secured by Design Award – Designing out crime

Bristol Forward

Regeneration Resources and Links

Match Funding

Finance Southwest
Finance Southwest works with businesses in the Objective 2 area, providing loans and venture capital.

Fundraising UK
Information about fundraising

Structural funds
The DTI web site provide useful information on structuralling funding and potential match funding for structural funds – Match Funding information is in Annex I

National Lottery New Opportunities Fund

Lloyds TSB Foundation
Supports local communities, helping people to improve their quality of life. Target groups are underfunded charities which enable people, especially disadvantaged or disabled people, to play a fuller role in the community.

Funderfinder is a grant-finding database that will allow you to search through a list of possible sources of funding. Voscur offers Funderfinder sessions for its members.

Better Play (Barnardo’s with the Children’s Play Council)
Aimed at distinctive and innovative children’s play projects. Grants range from £5000 to £60,000 and will be for revenue funding only

Heritage Lottery Fund
Money raised by the National Lottery to give grants which benefit the public. Priorities include Heritage conservation, national heritage, local heritage and heritage education and access

National Foundation for Youth Music
Helps young people incorporate the creative use of technology into their music making. Supports projects which allow young people to learn and use the musical tools which technology can provide. Also aims to make musical opportunities more widespread among young children.

The Baring Foundation Arts Programmes
Aims to support access to the arts, especially for those whose access is limited. Provides grants to not-for-profit organisations in England and Wales.

Arts Capital Programme (Lottery Funding Available from the Arts Council of England)

Church Urban Fund (The Churches Council for Industry and Social Responsibility)
The Church Urban Fund is one of the main national charities that targets local people in Urban Priority Areas (UPAs). It aims to help disadvantaged inner-city communities meet their economic, social and spiritual needs. Grant applications fielded year-round.

Quartet Community Foundation
The Quartet Community Foundation (formerly the Greater Bristol Foundation) is a community foundation which manages and distributes funding to small local voluntary and community organisations who reach disadvantaged and isolated people.

Sure Start (DfES)
To improve the health and social well-being of families and children before and after birth.

BBC Children In Need Appeal
Grant-making trust which helps disadvantaged children aged 18 years and under.

The Union Learning Fund (DfES)
Works to increase the take-up of learning in the workplace – projects range from basic skills to continuing professional developments.

Regional Arts Lottery Programme (English Regional Arts Board)

Community Fund (Formerly National Lottery Charities Board)
Awards a number of grants for large and medium projects, research grants and ‘awards for all’, for priority areas including older people, ethnic minorities and people with learning difficulties.

Sustainable Communities Programme (Shell Foundation)
Supports projects designed to help marginalised and disadvantaged communities participate in and beneft from economic and social development opportunities.

Rural Development Programme (RDA)
Provides funding for projects led by public, voluntary and private sector partnerships which address economic and community development needs in ‘Rural Priority Areas’.