The GroW programme is about going to where women are – local children’s centres, schools, jobcentres and libraries and helping them to where they want to be – GroW Newham (London)
The Community Training Grants aims to provide support to smaller grassroots organisations and that are closest to those who face barriers to employment and training. Groundwork London as administrator will also work with those applicant organisations to help build their capacity at delivering. Types of organisations that are eligible:
- Charities, Community Interest Companies, Charitable Incorporate Organisations, Social Enterprises, Community Groups
- Third Sector Organisations and Small Organisations (49 or less employees and a turnover of less than 10 million Euros)
Note: Your organisation needs to have a bank account.
Green Health Thames Valley provides support for clients with mental health difficulties through tailored, horticulture-based programmes enabling participants to improve their life skills, confidence, motivation and independence – Progression Through Horticulture (Thames Valley Berkshire)
Applications for round 12 are now closed. Please sign up to our newsletter to receive news about the next round of funding.
If you have any queries or questions about your application, please do get in touch with the grants team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7239 1390
- Our easy to use online application portal has been updated based on feedback from previous grantees to better support applicants with their application.
- We’ve update the payout structure to include 40% on award of your grant, an additional 40% during delivery of project and 20% on completion.
Please sign up to the mailing list for regular news and updates on ESFA Community Training Grants. If you have any queries please do get in touch with the grants team on email@example.com or call 020 7239 1390
About the Funders
The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) is accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults.
The European Social Fund (ESF) invests in opportunities across the European Union, with a focus on improving employment and education.
ESFA and ESF are co-financing Community Training Grants to offer skills, training and employment opportunities for individuals who are unemployed or economically inactive. ESFA in London is managed by the Greater London Authority who acts as the Intermediate Body for ESFA under the strategic direction of the Mayor and the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP).