Business Grant

The government regularly give out free grants to those they believe have a sustainable future in today’s UK economy. Business grants are there to provide people to start up or expand their business, business ideas and products. As well as start up grants the government also give grants for those who wish to expand, after all the bigger your business turnover the more tax the government will earn from your business.

Young or old, if your business idea’s are viable and you qualify for the government grant then you should have no problem getting a grant. Specifically for younger people the Princes trust have been helping people for years as a youth charity.

A company called “Business Link” also have great advice and help on what to do should you wish to go ahead and claim a business grant.

Grants for the Arts

See http://www.artscouncil.org.uk

The arts council is the one to look out for should you be a budding artist or established connoisseur of the arts. Sometimes artists need grants for installations or large art works that may take time and money that is currently out of reach of the artist. This being so art grants are a great way to side step the money problem and produce artwork that can be enjoyed by many. Artists grants are readily available to those who can prove the art will become a success in some way.

The arts council provides grants for the arts and funds arts activities for people in England. They help artists and arts organisations carry out their work.

Grants for minorities including Asian grants

Minority grants and Asian grants can be attend much on the same basis as if you were applying for a grant if not a minority or of Asian decent. That being said there are religious hurdles people must think about as many religions forbid the loaning of money/interest on money. This can be a problem for people such as Muslims. There are organisations out there that can deal with such problems such as the Phoenix Muslim Loan Fund. Funding is offered on an interest free basis, thereby complying with Sharia law requirements.

Other cultures and creeds can also benefit from governments grants such as the black community including black women. UK business grants has all the info for minority grants and standard government grants.

Covering the whole of the UK:

Grants in Aberdeen, Grants in Armagh, Grants in Bangor, Grants in Bath, Grants in Belfast, Grants in Birmingham, Grants in Bradford, Grants in Brighton and Hove, Grants in Bristol, Grants in Cambridge, Grants in Canterbury, Grants in Cardiff, Grants in Carlisle, Grants in Chester, Grants in Chichester, Grants in the City of London, Grants in Coventry, Grants in Derby, Grants in Dundee, Grants in Durham, Grants in Edinburgh, Grants in Ely, Grants in Exeter, Grants in Glasgow, Grants in Gloucester, Grants in Hereford, Grants in Inverness, Grants in Kingston upon Hull, Grants in Lancaster, Grants in Leeds, Grants in Leicester, Grants in Lichfield, Grants in Lincoln, Grants in Lisburn, Grants in Liverpool, Grants in Londonderry, Grants in London, Grants in Manchester, Grants in Newcastle upon Tyne, Grants in Newport, Grants in Newry, Grants in Norwich, Grants in Nottingham, Grants in Oxford, Grants in Peterborough, Grants in Plymouth, Grants in Portsmouth, Grants in Preston, Grants in Ripon, Grants in Salford, Grants in Salisbury, Grants in Sheffield, Grants in Southampton, Grants in St Albans, Grants in St Davids, Grants in Stirling, Grants in Stoke-on-Trent, Grants in Sunderland, Grants in Swansea, Grants in Truro, Grants in Wakefield, Grants in Wells, Grants in Westminster, Grants in Winchester, Grants in Wolverhampton, Grants in Worcester, Grants in York

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