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John Mulkerrin commented on John Millar's blog post Funding for CICs?
"Hi John Now I have to be honest, those two stall holders could be complete idiots, just as the odd idiot tells everyone that CIC is a magic wand that will pave the streets with gold!  It very much depends on the particulars, what are you…"
Jan 16, 2012
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Funding for CICs?

I've heard that funding for CICs is more difficult to attract than for charities (registered or otherwise). At a recent funding fair two stall holders would not touch CICs. As I'm thinking of turning an unregistered charity into a CIC, this weighs against a CIC. The alternative is to register the charity with the Charity Commission and then form a CIC to help support it. Comments welcome to help with a difficult decision.See More
Jan 16, 2012
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Funding for CICs?

I've heard that funding for CICs is more difficult to attract than for charities (registered or otherwise). At a recent funding fair two stall holders would not touch CICs. As I'm thinking of turning an unregistered charity into a CIC, this weighs against a CIC. The alternative is to register the charity with the Charity Commission and then form a CIC to help support it. Comments welcome to help with a difficult decision.

Posted on January 16, 2012 at 17:33 — 1 Comment

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Changing Landscapes Scheme (Urgent)

Deadline: 05/04/2015.

Fund type: Grant.

Max value: Discretionary.

The Changing Landscapes Scheme is designed to encourage tree planting and the creation of wildlife habitats within the National Forest.  Landscape features, nature conservation, public access and the scale and quality of each design will be important factors in successful schemes.

Gloucestershire Environmental Trust (Urgent)

Deadline: 03/04/2015.

Fund type: Grant.

Max value: £ 250,000.

Grants are available to non-profit organisations in Gloucestershire for projects within the vicinity of landfill sites to: maintain and repair public amenities; provide open spaces for recreation and leisure; conserve the environment; and restore, preserve and repair buildings of historical importance or architectural value.

Cambridgeshire Community Foundation - AmeyCespa Community Fund (Urgent)

Deadline: 03/04/2015.

Fund type: Grant.

Max value: £ 20,000.

Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations for environmental projects that meet approved ‘objects’, including the repair, maintenance and restoration of certain buildings within 10 miles of an active landfill site in Cambridgeshire

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