BBC Children in Need funds grassroots charities and projects that support children and young people to feel and be safer, have improved mental health and wellbeing, form more positive relationships and be given more equal opportunities to flourish.
If your organisation is looking to apply for funding with BBC Children in Need and serves Buckinghamshire, join us for our next FREE Meet the Funder event on 29th February (12pm – 1pm) where you will hear about BBC Children in Need grants, find out what makes a good grant application, and have the opportunity to meet your local funding officer.
What you will take away from this event
We will be joined by Kati Evans, Regional Officer Southeast for BBC Children in Need, who will give an overview of current funding opportunities as well as some key hints and tips about how you can make the most of your application.
By the end of the session, you will have a greater understanding of what it is like to work with a national funder, in this case BBC Children in Need, and have an insight into how national funders are looking to support smaller local charities and not-for-profit organisations.
About BBC Children in Need grants
BBC Children in Need grants are open throughout the year for funding applications from constituted groups, registered charities, CIOs and CICs, and often has several funding programmes open at any one time.
Before you apply, it is important that you choose the one which is right for you and your organisation. Please refer to its site for more information about its grants
If your organisation serves Buckinghamshire and you would like to join this Meet the Funder session, please read the information about BBC Children in Need’s eligibility criteria before booking your place. Please note places are limited to 25 people, with priority given to charities and not-for-profit organisations with an annual turnover of under £100k, and those that have not previously received funding from BBC Children in Need.
For any questions about this event please contact 0330 236 9350 or email@example.com
Further funding resources can be found on our dedicated Funding support for groups page, or book a one-to-one funding and governance advice session with one of our VCSE officers.