Funding for local projects and initiatives which benefit the community or improve for the lives of local people.
For community, voluntary, and faith organisations with innovative, fresh ideas that benefit local communities within Lewisham.
Funding for charity, social enterprise and community groups in the UK working to help local communities to prosper. Ideas must support social change and deliver measurable impact.
There's extra funding of up to £20,000 (or 50% of funding target) available to artists and arts organisations raising between £4,000 and £40,000 on Crowdfunder.
We will provide up to £20,000 of extra funding (50% of your funding target for heritage projects on Crowdfunder).
Match funding for crowdfunded investments made by individuals into Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) eligible charities and social enterprises.
Funding for charitable projects which are tackling poverty and inequality in London. Projects should show how community involvement is core to what they are doing.
The Dorset Youth Fund is designed to provide young people with places to go and things to do, or to help them improve their community through social action.
Plymouth City Council is supporting projects that help improve the city and make it a great place to live, work and play.
Funding for educational, sporting and infrastructure projects that will have a lasting impact on Plymouth and in the Ernesettle area.
This fund is for community projects in North London and Hertfordshire.
£10,000 for social enterprises in Buckinghamshire Awarded in pots of £1,000
Angus Council is providing match funding to not-for-profit organisations, constituted groups and charities whose projects benefit the people of Angus.
Funding available for rural businesses, individuals and organisations in Angus that are improving community capacity, connectivity, and developing local facilities to build a strong local economy.
Fisheries projects located within Montrose or Arbroath focused on development or diversification
Funding for organisations working with vulnerable communities in Birmingham to improve independence and wellbeing and reduce reliance on health and social care.
Funding available to projects looking to start a business which expects to employ people from its early stages, and where start-up financing will be required to get the venture off the ground
AXA is providing £15,000 of match funding for road safety initiatives via Crowdfunder to enable local projects find the funding necessary to make UK roads safer.