We have received 86 applications to our Cost of Living Fund totalling more than £600,000. With the effects of recession looming, can you help us empower grassroots charities supporting people to make ends meet?
A new Community Building Energy Support Scheme, funded by Oxfordshire County Council is now available through Oxfordshire Community Foundation. Local community groups will be able to access additional support to keep their buildings open this winter.
A new grants round from The Sir George Earle Benevolent Fund has opened. Grants between £500 and £3,000 are available.
The new Oxfordshire Collective Business Fund is a way for local businesses to make a genuine difference to the communities in which they operate, by combining contributions in one fund from which grants are made annually to Oxfordshire charitable organisations.
Today OCF is opening two new grant funding opportunities: the COMF (Contain Outbreak Management Fund) grants from the county council; and Community Integration. Grants from £500 to £10,000 are available for running costs, project or capital expenses, or events.
At our cost of living crisis webinar, we explored the data behind the headlines and how local charitable organisations are responding.
The Didcot Powerhouse Fund, which is hosted by OCF, has confirmed that in its first year of grant-giving it has been able to make grants totalling £95,508 to 17 organisations, with grants ranging from £400 to £13,000.
OCF awards over £47,000 to local community and voluntary organisations from the Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund
OCF is delighted to have awarded eight grants totalling £47,977 to local voluntary and community organisations from Arts Council England’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund.
New annual grants round from The Didcot Powerhouse Fund opens with 2022 theme of Supporting Children, Young People and Families
OCF is delighted to announce a brand new annual grants round from The Didcot Powerhouse Fund. Grants between £1,000 and £25,000 are available. Applications are open for initial Expression of Interest until Thursday 17 February.
OCF is very pleased to be running a healthy hearts grants round. This funding, made available from Oxfordshire County Council, Public Health, aims to improve or maintain cardiovascular health, including raising awareness, increasing knowledge of the issues, and promoting positive behaviour, such as increased physical activity and reduced smoking. Grants between £2,000 and £25,000 are available.