How CAVS can help
CAVS aims to support organisations to secure and generate the resources they need to grow, survive and be sustainable.
We can help organisations to develop and provide projects and services that effectively address identified needs, apply evidence-based solutions and best practice; and that encourage efficient and effective use of available resources and cross-sector partnership working.
CAVS can help with
- developing funding strategies including ways of diversifying income and cost-saving
- preparing project budgets for income and expenditure
- guidance on using the free funding website Funding Wales (see below)
- information on new funding opportunities through updates
- commenting on draft funding applications
- small grant schemes
- learning and development opportunities (networking, training & events)
- access to support developing crowdfunding
For more information contact us on 01267 245555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
TSSW Knowledge Hub Resources
CAVS provide a free service helping you to find sources of funding appropriate to your group’s activities. This includes one to one support for small groups to assist with searches on Funding Wales (above),
Once you have identified appropriate funding sources, we can help you through the application process.
CAVS can help with a wide range of enquiries around sustainable funding.
For example, we have previously offered practical assistance with
- funding applications,
- feedback on completed applications,
- putting in place an appropriate funding ‘mix’,
- fundraising strategies,
- business planning,
- financial forecasts,
- income and expenditure templates,
- methods of diversification – alternative ways of income generation,
- tendering and contracting
- service level agreements
Carmarthen Community Funding 2021
Up to £100
Applications open … For grassroots community groups
A grant funding programme to help communities living within five miles of certain waste transfer stations or landfill sites take action for their local environment.
WCVA Voluntary Sector Income Survey
Closing date 30/07/21
The LEADER programme, which aims to support the regeneration of rural Carmarthenshire, has opened a new call for Expressions of Interest.
Closing date: 30/06/21
Small Charity Week is taking place between 14th-19th June 2021. Localgiving is hosting the Small Charity Week Challenge which will start on Fundraising Day Thursday 17th June.
People’s Postcode Lottery
Grants £500 to £2k; or up to £20k for registered charities.
Community Foundation in Wales
This new Sports for Development Fund, launched Apr’21, is for young people (under 25)
Grants of £2,021 or less if necessary.
£4m fund set up by Welsh Government and National Lottery, managed by Sport Wales, for grassroots community sports clubs and organisations.
Grants typically between £5k and £25k.
Grants upwards of £300.