The WCVA produce several information sheets about funding. Applying for Funding gives a proposed structure for a funding application, for use when trusts or foundations do not provide forms or guidance. This Information sheet also gives tips on how to identify funding. Completing proposals and applications provides six essential elements of an application or proposal and offers guidance on arguing a good case and how to present it well. The WCVA also offers a series of courses. For more information telephone 0800 2888 329.
The funding has become an essential part of our organization. Even though we get most of the fund from the government, still many people, companies, and organizations can apply and give a small contribution to the individuals who are in need. You will find all relevant information on our website and instruction how to use it. Keep in mind that all raised funds will go for research and for people who are struggling with mental disorders because many of them don’t have required means to perform the necessary treatment. We hope you will compassionate and willing to help everyone who is struggling on a daily basis.
The Third Sector Funding Portal
The Third Sector Funding Portal provides funding advice and opportunities and can be accessed by visiting WCVA Sustainable Funding Cymru website.
The funding portal provides access to a searchable database of over 4,000 US funding opportunities, advice and support on raising funds and tips on how to diversify funding. The funding portal is a resource for third sector organizations and has been funded by the Government.
There are details of various funding and finance options available to the sector, including grants, giving, loan finance and earning income through contracts and trading. There is also the latest information on funding and tendering opportunities and where to find further help and support.
The funding portal has been designed and developed by WCVA Sustainable Funding Cymru (SFC) team. The SFC project is funded by the Big Lotteryand has been at the forefront of enabling the Welsh third sector to become more financially sustainable for almost three years. SFC equips the sector with the skills and information to diversify its funding mix and work towards long-term financial sustainability.
To access the funding portal please visit www.sustainablefundingcymru.org.uk
Healthcare Alliances provide three linked one-day training workshops that provide assistance to the voluntary sector to help identify, bid for, and secure funding. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Local volunteering bureaus may also provide training courses or suggest local training. They can also provide advice for organizations about funding, volunteering and signpost to local services. For more information download the information sheet from WCVA listing County Voluntary Councils