Mutiny Arts is entirely supported by social enterprise, grant applications and donations - which we particularly welcome;) But if your pockets aren't that deep, then we believe in sharing information on where to get grants or other sources of funding. So please contact us if you think we can help you, or visa versa.
South East london Community Foundation 2004
Bridge House Trust 2004
2 Arts For All Lottery applications 2000 and 2002
Lambeth Council Match Funding 2001
Peabody Trust Millennium Award 1999
The Charities Information BureauInformation on current sources of funds from Government, European Community, Trusts, Banks & Building Societies, High Street Stores, Lottery.
Awards for All is "a simple to apply for" Lottery grants programme aimed at local communities. They award between £500 & £5000, though we have heard they are about to double this to £10,000.
This member funded organisation funds the following areas:Human Rights, Environmental Sustainability, Health, Education and Conflict Prevention & Resolution.
the Community Initiative of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for sustainable development in the troubled urban districts of the European Union for the period 2000-06.
The Citizenship Foundation
An independent charity which aims to empower individuals to engage in the wider community through education about the law, democracy and society.
Artists Film and Video Awards (LAFVA)
Awards are available to artists working in the context of contemporary moving image practice and producing work intended for exhibition in galleries, festivals, specialist venues and as site specific installations.
The Baring Foundation gives money to charities and voluntary organisations in support of strengthening the voluntary sector and the arts.
One of the largest independent grantmaking foundations in the UK supporting Arts & Heritage, Education, Environment and Social Development.