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Awards for All is a quick and easy way to get a small lottery grant. It offers grants of between £3000-10,000 for projects that improve communities, including schools.
The Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund donates grants to schools and PTA's of children with severe learning disabilities.
Grants For Schools is a comprehensive funding information service for UK Primary and Secondary schools.
You need to subscribe to the Government Funding For Schools web service. This brings together all the regional, local and national government funding schemes in one site.
The Ernest Cook Trust not only offers a wide range of programme and land based learning for children and young people, but this trust gives grants to registered charities and schools wishing to encourage young people's interest either in the countryside and the environment, the arts or in science.
Easy Fundraising is an entirely free service that allows people to shop directly at their favourite online store via the links on the easyfundraising.org.uk website and raise a donation for their school cause once a purchase is made.
Every school in England is eligible for support towards the funding of cycle shelters, canopies, parent waiting shelters and storage lockers. Visit the Sustrans website for more information.
The Tesco Charity Trust scheme provides one-off donations of between £500 and £4,000 to registered charities and not for profit organisations who are working on local projects that support children's education and welfare, and children with disabilities.
The Wolfson Foundation generally give grants for capital infrastructure (new build, refurbishment and equipment) supporting excellence in the fields of science and medicine, heath, education and the arts & humanities.