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Find out more about the people behind Cornwall VSF.
Our trustees ensure we have a clear strategy and our work and goals are in line with our vision.
Our alliances enable organisations, groups and individuals to come together around a theme.
Working together to identify emerging trends and issues that require action.
We coordinate partnerships to deliver services to people locally.
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Find funding opportunities available to your organisation.
Our VCSE Learning Academy offers funding to enhance training opportunities for your workforce.
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Grants for UK registered charities and overseas non-governmental organisations (NGOs) across the world working to protect animals, prevent animal cruelty and relieve animal suffering.
The Hubub Foundation offers £3,000 - £6,000 a for a wide range of organisations including Community Interest Companies, for projects within a 3-mile radius of a Starbucks
Grants available for organisations working in the areas or agriculture, the environment, education, children and young people, financial hardship and the relief of sickness.
Capital and revenue grants up to £10,000 available for projects in the areas of gardening and plant sciences, art history and fine art.
Grants to enhance productivity in British Agriculture to meet the challenges of a growing world population and increased competition for resources.
Grants, generally for between £10,000 and £50,000, are available to UK registered charities working in the UK and/or overseas to prevent poverty, advance education, health and the arts, culture, heritage and science.
Grants of up to £200,000 available for projects that use nature to increase the nation’s flood resilience.
The HDH Wills rants of up to £2,000 for registered charities who work on environmental causes and the preservation of wildlife.
Small grants are available to registered charities and individuals across the UK to enable people with a disability to take an active part in gardening and other leisure activities.
Grants of up to £1,000 available to a wide range of organisations to support skills development and/or sustainability projects that benefit local communities.