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Sheffield Covid Recovery Fund

The Covid Recovery Fund provides support for the city’s voluntary and community sector with needs that have arisen from Covid. The fund will be open from Monday 10 January to midday on Monday 7 February 2022.

We asked organisations to complete an expression of interest in October and November 2021 to tell us what their needs were as a result of the pandemic. You told us that in many cases you had reduced income and increased costs as a result of the challenges during Covid and the work you have done to respond to needs across the city. We want to thank you for everything you have done for people in Sheffield over the past two years.

Funding available

The total amount available in this round of funding is £1,350,000. Applications can be submitted for amounts between £10,000 and £50,000. This can be for shortfalls in 2021/22 budgets or needs that can be demonstrated in 2022/23.

Following consideration of the responses from the expression of interest this fund will focus on:

  • funding to cover a current shortfall in an organisation’s core running costs budget as a result of reduced income due to Covid
  • funding to support ongoing increased costs associated with changed working practices or service redesign that was introduced in response to Covid and needs to be maintained this year. Or practical costs associated with Covid safe reopening of in person services for example
  • funding to support ongoing (Covid driven) increased demand on existing services delivered by the organisation

Within this, organisations can apply for any reasonable costs including core costs. This funding will not cover applications for new innovations in ways of working.

Successful applicants will receive funding in February and March 2022 to support work until the end of March 2023.

Who can apply

You can apply for this fund if you are:

  • a registered charity
  • a charitable Incorporated Organisation, (CIO)
  • a limited company with charitable status
  • an industrial and provident society, (Community Benefit Societies or Cooperative Benefit Societies)

You should also be:

  • an organisation based in Sheffield or accountable at a local level within Sheffield to users, stakeholders, or residents
  • in full compliance with the document filing requirements of the Charity Commission or Companies House.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: SCR

Value: up to £50k

Deadline: 7 Feb 2022

Date Added: 12 Jan 2022

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Sheffield Covid Recovery Fund - FCS Associates

Sheffield Covid Recovery Fund

The Covid Recovery Fund provides support for the city’s voluntary and community sector with needs that have arisen from Covid. The fund will be open from Monday 10 January to midday on Monday 7 February 2022.

We asked organisations to complete an expression of interest in October and November 2021 to tell us what their needs were as a result of the pandemic. You told us that in many cases you had reduced income and increased costs as a result of the challenges during Covid and the work you have done to respond to needs across the city. We want to thank you for everything you have done for people in Sheffield over the past two years.

Funding available

The total amount available in this round of funding is £1,350,000. Applications can be submitted for amounts between £10,000 and £50,000. This can be for shortfalls in 2021/22 budgets or needs that can be demonstrated in 2022/23.

Following consideration of the responses from the expression of interest this fund will focus on:

  • funding to cover a current shortfall in an organisation’s core running costs budget as a result of reduced income due to Covid
  • funding to support ongoing increased costs associated with changed working practices or service redesign that was introduced in response to Covid and needs to be maintained this year. Or practical costs associated with Covid safe reopening of in person services for example
  • funding to support ongoing (Covid driven) increased demand on existing services delivered by the organisation

Within this, organisations can apply for any reasonable costs including core costs. This funding will not cover applications for new innovations in ways of working.

Successful applicants will receive funding in February and March 2022 to support work until the end of March 2023.

Who can apply

You can apply for this fund if you are:

  • a registered charity
  • a charitable Incorporated Organisation, (CIO)
  • a limited company with charitable status
  • an industrial and provident society, (Community Benefit Societies or Cooperative Benefit Societies)

You should also be:

  • an organisation based in Sheffield or accountable at a local level within Sheffield to users, stakeholders, or residents
  • in full compliance with the document filing requirements of the Charity Commission or Companies House.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: SCR

Value: up to £50k

Deadline: 7 Feb 2022

Date Added: 12 Jan 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
Sheffield Covid Recovery Fund - FCS Associates

Sheffield Covid Recovery Fund

The Covid Recovery Fund provides support for the city’s voluntary and community sector with needs that have arisen from Covid. The fund will be open from Monday 10 January to midday on Monday 7 February 2022.

We asked organisations to complete an expression of interest in October and November 2021 to tell us what their needs were as a result of the pandemic. You told us that in many cases you had reduced income and increased costs as a result of the challenges during Covid and the work you have done to respond to needs across the city. We want to thank you for everything you have done for people in Sheffield over the past two years.

Funding available

The total amount available in this round of funding is £1,350,000. Applications can be submitted for amounts between £10,000 and £50,000. This can be for shortfalls in 2021/22 budgets or needs that can be demonstrated in 2022/23.

Following consideration of the responses from the expression of interest this fund will focus on:

  • funding to cover a current shortfall in an organisation’s core running costs budget as a result of reduced income due to Covid
  • funding to support ongoing increased costs associated with changed working practices or service redesign that was introduced in response to Covid and needs to be maintained this year. Or practical costs associated with Covid safe reopening of in person services for example
  • funding to support ongoing (Covid driven) increased demand on existing services delivered by the organisation

Within this, organisations can apply for any reasonable costs including core costs. This funding will not cover applications for new innovations in ways of working.

Successful applicants will receive funding in February and March 2022 to support work until the end of March 2023.

Who can apply

You can apply for this fund if you are:

  • a registered charity
  • a charitable Incorporated Organisation, (CIO)
  • a limited company with charitable status
  • an industrial and provident society, (Community Benefit Societies or Cooperative Benefit Societies)

You should also be:

  • an organisation based in Sheffield or accountable at a local level within Sheffield to users, stakeholders, or residents
  • in full compliance with the document filing requirements of the Charity Commission or Companies House.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: SCR

Value: up to £50k

Deadline: 7 Feb 2022

Date Added: 12 Jan 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants