North Yorkshire Funding Summit event resources

North Yorkshire Funding Summit – Funding the Future (30 September)

Community First Yorkshire’s virtual funding conference brought the voluntary and community sector together across North Yorkshire to hear from funding experts, share insights and explore new thinking about the future of funding.

We hope that you found the day useful. Here are the presentations and film recordings from the event. To turn on subtitles, please click the CC button at the bottom of the screen when you go into Youtube.


Ben Cairns, Director and co-founder of the Institute of Voluntary Action Research (IVAR)

We mentioned a number of books that have been written by Debra Allcock-Tyler, Chief Executive of the Directory of Social Change. They include: It’s Tough at the Top; The Pleasure and the Pain; It’s Murder in Management and It’s a Battle on the Board. You can find out more about them here.

You can watch the presentations from Debra and Ben on Youtube here.

Discussion panels

Take a look at the discussion panels that took place on the day:

Funding the Future general discussion

Mental Health and Sport (to follow shortly)

Village halls and community buildings


Bernard Sunley Foundation powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Charity Bank powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Craven Trust and Veolia Environment Trust powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Garfield Weston Foundation application guidelines powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Hambleton District Council powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Henry Smith Charity plus their Strengthening Communities funding flyer which includes information about their application criteria. Watch the recording.

Heritage Fund powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Key Fund powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

North Yorkshire County Council powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Sirius Minerals Foundation powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

The National Lottery Community Fund powerpoint slides. Watch the recording.

Two Ridings Community Foundation powerpoint. Watch the recording.

Howardian Hills AONB weren’t able to attend on the day but wanted to share this resource about their fund with you.


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