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Croeso i Cyllido Cymru y platfform newydd gan Cefnogi Trydydd Sector Cymru i chwilio am arian. Dewch o hyd i gyllid i’ch elusen, eich grŵp cymunedol neu’ch menter gymdeithasol gan ddefnyddio ein chwilotwr arlein am ddim.

Gallwch chwilio am gannoedd o gyfleoedd am arian grant ac arian benthyg o ffynonellau lleol, cenedlaethol a rhyngwladol. O grantiau bychain i brosiectau cyfalaf mawrion gallwn ni’ch helpu i ddod o hyd i’r arian sydd ei angen arnoch. 

I ddechrau chwilio am gyllid, rhaid i chi gwblhau’r broses gofrestru yn gyntaf. Ar ôl cofrestru, gallwch chwilio am gyllid. I wella’ch siawns o lwyddo dylech hefyd gysylltu â’ch Cyngor Gwirfoddol Sirol lleol am gymorth wrth ddatblygu’ch cais am gyllid. I ddarganfod pwy yw’ch Cyngor Gwirfoddol Sirol lleol, ewch i Cefnogi Trydydd Sector Cymru

Latest Funding Opportunities

07/06/2024 12:54 yh

Deaf and Disabled People's Organisations Programme

This programme is aimed at registered charities and CICs which are led by and working for Deaf and Disabled people. Your organisation will work directly with Deaf and Disabled people over the long term to support them to have more choice and control over their lives, access their rights and entitlements and challenge the barriers they face. Your work will be based on a social model of disability and you will be able to show how this understanding shapes the work that you do, and enables people to have their voices heard. Successful applicants will receive a grant of £75,000, over three years (£25,000 per year). The grant will be unrestricted, so organisations awarded funding will be able to use the grant to support any costs that further your organisation’s social purpose.

15/05/2024 03:33 yh

Thomas Howell's Fund for Education in North Wales

Grants are awarded to enhance the education and broaden horizons of young people under the age of 25, living in any of the 6 counties of North Wales, particularly for young people from a low-income, otherwise disadvantaged background or area of high deprivation.

26/04/2024 04:23 yh

Wrexham Funds

The Wrexham Funds contain two funds; Wrexham Community Endowment Fund and Wrexham Welsh Church Act Fund. Wrexham Community Endowment Fund is dedicated to enhancing education and strengthening communities in Wrexham. Wrexham Welsh Church Act Fund supports refurbishment and upkeep of churches and chapels etc.

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