October - Various Funding News....

Good Relations Funding

OFM/DFM have a Central Good Relations Funding Programme which is now open for applications. The application form, along with a guidance note and list of frequently asked questions, is now available on the OFMDFM website at the following link:

http://www.ofmdfmni.gov.uk/central-good-relations-funding-programme

Closing date is Friday the 15th November at 4.00pm. Any queries, contact OFM/DFM directly at 028 9052 3182 / Ext 23182 Network

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Creative Europe £1billion funding programme to host funding information session in Belfast

Creative and cultural organizations across Northern Ireland are invited to attend a free information seminar about the upcoming EU funding opportunities worth over £1billion for arts, cultural, heritage and co-operation projects.  

Presented by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Queen’s University, the event will take place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University on Wednesday 27th November, 2pm-3.30pm.

The Creative Europe programme (2014-2020) replaces the Culture Programme 2007-2013, Media and Media Mundus programmes as the EU Commission's main funding instrument for the cultural, heritage and media sectors across Europe.  The event is open to organizations in the creative and cultural sectors interested in working collaboratively across Europe and information on the day will be supplied by the UK Cultural Contact Point, Visiting Arts, on hand to deliver advice on eligibility, funding streams and applications.

Attendance is free but spaces are limited and you must register your place online  

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In the UK, Comic Relief supports work that aims to achieve at least one of the five themes by supporting organisations with the people, ideas and ability to tackle complex problems and create positive social change. Each theme has specific outcomes which applicants must address through their proposal. We are committed to sport as an approach and we welcome applications that use sport towards any of the themes. Our international grants seek to achieve a range of additional goals which we believe are crucial to creating a just world free from poverty. Most of our funding is for Sub-Saharan Africa and funding for work outside Africa is by invitation only. There are no funding deadlines for the UK programme and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For further information on our UK and International grants, and information on how to make an application please log on to http://www.comicrelief.com/