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Our expert team can help you find and apply for funding.  We run regular training and networking events where you can meet funders, find out about new funding opportunities and how to apply.  We run bid writing workshops and can work with you on getting your application right.  We work in partnership with a number of local and national funders and know what they’re looking for.  We also share the latest information about what’s currently available on this page, in our newsletter and on social media.

Feel free to get in touch at any time to discuss your ideas and needs and we’ll help you find the right funding for the job.

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In addition we manage some small pots of funding ourselves including:

  • small grants funding for wellbeing and skills projects – Find out more
  • small grants funding for Supporting People in Crisis – Find out more
  • the Thriving Kirklees Health Action Fund – grants of up to £4000 for projects that will improve the health of disadvantaged families and young people – Find out more

All of these funds are managed by our Supporting Communities Lead, Bridget Hughes.  You need to talk through your idea with her, and then she will guide you through the application process.  By doing it this way, we can ensure that only ideas that have a good chance of being funded go through to the decision makers.

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Name Description Contact Hints & Tips
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Kirklees4Funding Searchable database of funding news and opportunities for community groups and businesses in Kirklees CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: http://www.open4funding.info/kirklees/ APPLY:
CROWDFUNDING
Dewsbury Soup Community crowdfunding events for North Kirklees CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: http://www.dewsburysoup.org.uk/ APPLY:
Huddersfield Soup Community crowdfunding events for South Kirklees CONTACT:
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://www.huddersfieldsoup.com/ APPLY:
Growing Great Places New community crowdfunding initiative from Kirklees Council CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://www.spacehive.com/movement/growinggreatplaces APPLY:
MICRO GRANTS (UNDER £1000)
The Loose Change Charity Small grants to help with core running costs for small charities in Huddersfield CONTACT: info@theloosechangecharity.co.uk Prepare answers to two key points: 1. An overview of your Charity purpose, 2. An overview of how you will use the grant. Include number of people it will help and how it will have a direct impact.
GRANT SIZE: Up to £250
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: http://theloosechangecharity.co.uk/ APPLY: Grant application via website
One17Design Charitable Trust Small grants for people and organisations local to it’s base in Armitage Bridge CONTACT: Caroline Lee, Trustee and Head of Community Liaison - carolinelee@one17design.com or call 01484 668000
GRANT SIZE: Average up to £2,000
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: http://www.one17design.com/charity.html APPLY: Contact Caroline Lee directly to discuss project
SMALL GRANTS (UNDER £10,000)
One Community Foundation Manages and distributes a number of local funds in Kirklees and some local pots of national funds CONTACT: info@one-community.org.uk Some funds are specifically for particular areas/villages within Kirklees and some (Kirklees Community Fund, Kirklees General Fund, J L Brierley Fund) are Kirklees-wide so check the details of each fund carefully.
GRANT SIZE: Up to £1,000
DEADLINE: Each fund has its own deadline, check here: https://www.one-community.org.uk/looking-for-funding/ WEBSITE: https://www.one-community.org.uk/ APPLY: Apply via website
Community Plus Support and funding for community groups via Do Something Now fund CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/voluntary-and-community-support/community-plus.aspx APPLY:
Locala Community Fund Small grants for third sector organisation in Kirklees, Calderdale and Bradford CONTACT: membership@locala.org.uk Projects should fit within one of their criteria: Supporting carers, Reducing social isolation, Opportunities for young people, The local environment
GRANT SIZE: Up to £1,500
DEADLINE: Closed for 2020 - check website for 2021 dates WEBSITE: https://www.locala.org.uk/about-us/locala-community-fund/ APPLY: Online application (or print & post)
Safer Communities Fund The West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s fund to fund projects that help to keep communities safe and feeling safe CONTACT: safercommunitiesfund@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk Suggest downloading a Word version of application form first, working through the questions then completing online form. Download guidance too as this is really helpful for helping you define your outcome and budget.
GRANT SIZE: Can vary each round but usually up to £6,000
DEADLINE: Two grant rounds per year - check next deadline here: https://www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/safer-communities-fund/grant-rounds WEBSITE: https://www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/safer-communities-fund.aspx APPLY: Online application form
Go For It Grants Small grants from Huddersfield Town Foundation for projects that benefit the local community CONTACT: T: 01484 503773 E: enquiries@htafcfoundation.com Ensure your project is community-focused and that you’re able to demonstrate this.
GRANT SIZE: Up to £1,000
DEADLINE: Currently closed but keep checking website WEBSITE: https://www.htafcfoundation.com/trust-fund/go-for-it-grants/ APPLY: Apply via website
KNH Social Investment Fund Up to £2000 for community groups or Tenants and Residents Associations to put on activities on housing estates managed by Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing that benefit local people an meet at least one of the council’s 7 priorities. CONTACT: GetInvolved@knh.org.uk Projects have to meet at least one of the council’s 7 priorities - Children, Healthy, Achievement, Safe and Cohesive, Economic, Clean and Green and Independent, and have to have a beneficial impact on a KNH estate, with a significant proportion of people who benefit being KNH tenants or leaseholders. Use the guidance notes alongside the application form to make sure that you give all the correct information.
GRANT SIZE: Up to £2,000
DEADLINE: Open all year round WEBSITE: https://kirklees.tenant.digital/ APPLY: individuals or groups must be registered on the KNH Get Involved platform. On here you will find the application form and guidance notes under ‘Funding’ - KNH - Get Involved!
Ward Project Budgets Councillors in each ward of Kirklees have money available to help organisations and groups support people in the local area. CONTACT:See below - contact your local councillors and local Active Citizens and Places Officer Projects have to meet at least one of the council’s 7 priorities - Children, Healthy, Achievement, Safe and Cohesive, Economic, Clean and Green and Independent, and have to have a beneficial impact on a KNH estate, with a significant proportion of people who benefit being KNH tenants or leaseholders. Use the guidance notes alongside the application form to make sure that you give all the correct information.
GRANT SIZE: Varies – from a few £100 upwards
DEADLINE: Open all year round. New budgets are allocated in March each year WEBSITE: https://communityresponsekirklees.com/2020/03/30/ward-project-budgets-your-councillors-can-help/ APPLY: There are 3 councillors in each ward. Each ward has a slightly different budget and the councillors agree between themselves how they want to spend it. You can find out which ward you are in here: www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/wardsearch/Default.aspx and who your councillors are here democracy.kirklees.gov.uk/mgMemberIndex.aspx.
You can also talk to the local Active Citizens and Places Officer for your area. They work with the councillors and can give you help and advice. Batley, Birstall & Birkenshaw wards-Ashley Fothergill: Ashley.fothergill@kirklees.gov.uk Spen Valley wards-Susan Ginty: Susan.ginty@kirklees.gov.uk Dewsbury and Mirfield wards-Jackie Ingham: Jackie.ingham@kirklees.gov.uk•Huddersfield North wards-Claire Howe: Claire.howe@kirklees.gov.uk Huddersfield Central and Lindley wards-Cheryl Reid: Cheryl.reid@kirklees.gov.uk Kirklees Rural wards-Julie McDowell: Julie.mcdowell@kirklees.gov.uk or Luc Bride Luc.Bride@Kirklees.gov.uk
LARGE GRANTS (OVER £10,000)
Community Plus Support and funding for community groups via Do Something Now fund CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/voluntary-and-community-support/community-plus.aspx APPLY:
LOANS
Key Fund Loans and grants for community and social enterprises CONTACT: 
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://thekeyfund.co.uk/ APPLY:
Sir George Martin Trust The Trust will give out grants for core, capital and project costs to registered charities and churches doing outreach work who are working to improve the well-being of residents in their local community. CONTACT: Carla Marshall at info@sirgeorgemartintrust.org.uk or call 01423 810 222 Currently only funding West Yorkshire-based organisations.
GRANT SIZE: £1,000 – £3,000
DEADLINE: The trustees will meet in December, March, June and September. Applicants should initially get in touch two-three months before each meeting. WEBSITE: https://www.sirgeorgemartintrust.org.uk/ APPLY: Contact Carla Marshal to discuss your idea and request an application form.
The Charles & Elsie Sykes Trust Grants are available to registered charities for projects that benefit Yorkshire through the relief of need, particularly those related to youth, old age, welfare and medicine. CONTACT: Mr Neil Shaw
LCF Barber Titleys
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Email: helen.hawley@lcf.co.uk
Applications from schools, playgroups, cadet forces, scouts, guides, and churches must be for outreach programmes, and not for maintenance projects.
GRANT SIZE: £3,000 to £5,000
DEADLINE: The deadline for each meeting is the last Friday in January, April, July and October. Your application will be considered at the meeting following that date. WEBSITE: http://www.charlesandelsiesykestrust.co.uk/ APPLY: Download the application form on the website then submit by post.
Name Description Contact Hints & Tips
The Ken and Lynne Morrison Charitable Trust Focus on Yorkshire and community-based projects CONTACT: The Trustees, Myton Hall, Myton on Swale, York, YO61 2QX Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: £5k-10k
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://register-of-charities.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1125586&subid=0 APPLY: In writing
The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation West Yorkshire based - they will fund projects across a number of priorities including the recreational facilities for those who need it due to age, infirmity or disablement, financial hardship or social and economic circumstances, the provision of public health facilities, and relief of unemployment. CONTACT: bramallfoundation@raworths.co.uk Carefully read the 'How to Apply' section on their website which outlines the information they require.
GRANT SIZE: Usually up to about £10k
DEADLINE: No deadlines but Trustees’ meetings are held quarterly in January, April, August and November WEBSITE: https://www.bramallfoundation.org/ APPLY: In writing
Yapp Charitable Trust Fund small organisations delivering projects supporting: Elderly people, Children and young people aged 5 - 25, People with physical impairments, learning difficulties or mental health challenges, Social welfare – people trying to overcome life-limiting problems of a social, rather than medical, origin (such as addiction, relationship difficulties, abuse, offending), Education and learning (with a particular interest in people who are educationally disadvantaged, whether adults or children). CONTACT: Joanne Anderson, Trust Secretary on 0191 3893300 or email info@yappcharitabletrust.org.uk Organisations must have been established for a minimum of 3 years before applying
GRANT SIZE: approx. £3,000
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://yappcharitabletrust.org.uk/what-we-fund/ APPLY: Online application form here: https://yappcharitabletrust.org.uk/how-to-apply/
Denton Charitable Trust Priority is given to smaller applicants and social welfare projects. It supports children, adolescents, elderly, disabled and cancer care charities. CONTACT: The Trustees, Crook Farm, Denton, Ilkley, LS29 0HD. info@dentoncharitabletrust.co.uk Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: Average £500
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://register-of-charities.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1054546&subid=0 APPLY: In writing
Calmcott Trust Grants are normally made to cover health, arts, education and social needs with a focus on Yorkshire charities CONTACT: The Trustees, Calm Cottage, Malton Road, York, YO32 9TH Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: Under £5k
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://register-of-charities.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1058522&subid=0 APPLY: Apply in writing.
The Tony Bramall Charitable Trust The charity's objectives are the promotion and supply of medical research, and also assisting persons less able to finance their medical/health needs, particularly children. Preference given to Yorkshire. CONTACT: alison.lockwood@bramallproperties.co.uk Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: Average up to £5,000
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://register-of-charities.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-search/-/charity-details/1001522 APPLY: Apply in writing.
The Frank Pearson Foundation focus on health & welfare. Based in Huddersfield CONTACT: info@theloosechangecharity.co.uk Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: Under £5k
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://register-of-charities.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-search/-/charity-details/278884/charity-overview APPLY: Apply in writing.
Kenneth Hargreaves Trust "Priorities: Social welfare, Medical, Arts, Local conservation. The Trust’s priority is to support charities in Yorkshire." CONTACT: Mrs Kathryn Hodges Secretary Kenneth Hargreaves Trust 5 Grimston Park Mews Grimston Park Grimston Tadcaster North Yorkshire LS24 9DB Tel: 01937834730 E-mail: khargreavestrust@btinternet.com Submit a written proposal (max. 3 sides A4) covering organisation's aims & objectives, beneficiaries, project details, project outcomes and impact, detailed budget breakdown and case study/quote where available.
GRANT SIZE: Under £1,000
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE:  APPLY: Apply in writing.
Name Description Contact Hints & Tips
The National Lottery Community Fund Currently prioritising funding projects and organisations supporting communities through the COVID-19 pandemic. CONTACT:  All projects should evidence involving their community in the design, development and delivery of the activities.
GRANT SIZE: Small grants up to £10k. Large grants £10k - £100k.
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/ APPLY: Online application
Arts Council England Project Grants Open to individual artists and practitioners, community and cultural organisations, museums and libraries. Projects must engage people in England with creativity and culture. CONTACT: Online enquiry form: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/our-organisation/contact-customer-services Projects must sit within or across one or more of these art forms: Music, Theatre, Dance, Visual arts, Literature, Combined arts, Museum practice, Libraries but can also include creative media and digital technology
GRANT SIZE: Small grants up to £15k
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.artscouncil.org.uk APPLY: Create an account on their online application portal, Grantium: https://applications.artscouncil.org.uk/frontOffice.jsf
Masonic Charitable Foundation Support projects covering: Children & Young People, Later Life & Hospices CONTACT: 60 Great Queen Street London WC2B 5AZ. Tel: 020 3146 3333
GRANT SIZE: Small grants up to £15k
DEADLINE: 3 grant rounds per year - updated here: https://mcf.org.uk/get-support/grants-to-charities/application-deadlines/ WEBSITE: https://mcf.org.uk/get-support/grants-to-charities/later-life/ APPLY: Online application
Name Description Contact Hints & Tips
Paul Hamlyn Foundation "Nurturing ideas and people – to support imaginative people to nurture exciting ideas Arts access and participation – to widen access and deepen participation in the arts Education & learning through the arts - to improve people’s education and learning through the arts Investing in young people - to support the development and growth of organisations investing in young people and positive change Migration and integration - to improve support for young people who migrate, and strengthen integration so that communities can live well together" CONTACT: Paul Hamlyn Foundation 5–11 Leeke Street London WC1X 9HY 020 7812 3300 information@phf.org.uk Read their new UK strategy - published September 2020
GRANT SIZE: £90k - £250k over 3 years
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://www.phf.org.uk/ APPLY: Online application
Garfield Weston Foundation The Foundation supports a broad range of charities across the UK in the fields of Arts, Community, Education, Environment, Faith, Health, Museums & Heritage, Welfare & Youth. CONTACT: Enquiries: 020 7399 6565 They have a preference for charities directly delivering services and activities to those in need, and are especially keen to see applications from charities in the Welfare, Youth and Community sectors and also in regions of economic disadvantage.
GRANT SIZE: Regular Grants up to £100,000. Major grants over £100,000 (if you are applying for £100,000 or more we typically expect your project and/or annual income to be in excess of £1 million.)
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.garfieldweston.org/ APPLY: Written application based on guidelines (up to 10 pages A4). 4 months from submission to decision. Applicants to Major Grants must send a one-page summary by email initially.
Foyle Foundation "Main Grants Scheme - Learning The Foundation will support projects which facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and learning and which have a long-term strategic impact. Key areas for support are: - libraries, museums and archives; - special educational needs; - projects that encourage sustainability by reducing overheads or which help generate additional revenue; - projects and activities which increase access and widen the diversity of attenders/visitors. " CONTACT: Grant Enquiries: mgs@foylefoundation.org.uk We welcome applications from across the country and encourage applications from all areas outside London and the South East. Main grants scheme focuses on Arts and Learning.
GRANT SIZE: Applicants can apply for between £10,000 and £500,000. The majority of grants will be in the range of £10,000 to £50,000, unless for large capital applications.
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.foylefoundation.org.uk/ APPLY: Applications are accepted all year round; we have no deadlines. It may take up to four months, occasionally longer, to receive a decision from the Trustees. Please apply well in advance of your funding requirements.
Porticus UK New website launched late 2020 with updated guidance. Priorities: education, society, faith and climate. With focus and cooperation, we work to advance human dignity around the world. Whether it's a newly founded group or an established organisation, we seek out partners that can apply innovative ideas and an entrepreneurial spirit to make real social change happen. The majority are identified and contacted directly. A small number are found via unsolicited applications. CONTACT: Email: communications@porticus.com
GRANT SIZE: £10,000 upwards
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.porticus.com APPLY: Online application then invitation to progress to stage 2.
Children in Need COVID-19 statement: BBC Children in Need are planning to open two new funding rounds in the next six months. The first will open before the end of the year, followed by a further funding round in Spring. These funding rounds will be open for applications for grants of £10,000 and larger awards of over £10,000. Please keep checking our website for more details in the future. CONTACT: Email us pudseygrants@bbc.co.uk Call us 0345 609 0015 – select option 2
GRANT SIZE: Small grants: up to £10,000 per year for up to 3 years – a total request of £30,000 Main grants: over £10,000 per year for up to three years (suggested maximum £120k)
DEADLINE: See website for updates when grant rounds re-open WEBSITE: www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/grants/ APPLY: Online form. 4 deadlines per year
Rayne Foundation "We will consider applications in the fields of arts, health and wellbeing, education in its widest sense, and those that cover social issues. Our focus is to connect communities, building bridges between marginalised groups and mainstream society, and to enable individuals to reach their full potential. Within these broad criteria, we have a number of areas of special interest: - Young people’s improved mental health; - Arts as a tool to achieve social change; - Improved quality of life for carers and for older people. We particularly welcome applications addressing these issues but will consider applications in other subjects which meet our broader criteria." CONTACT: Tel: 020 7487 9656 We look for creative ways of tackling entrenched social issues through the arts, health, wellbeing, and education. We support projects that can be replicated and led by people with vision. We particularly welcome applications addressing our three areas of special interest - Young people's mental health; Arts as a tool to achieve social change; Improved Quality of Life for Carers and for Older People.
GRANT SIZE: £10,000 - £20,000 per annum for up to three years.
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.raynefoundation.org.uk/ APPLY: 2 stage application. Download forms http://www.raynefoundation.org.uk/grants/uk/apply/make-application
Henry Smith Charity "Two main funds: Improving Lives - Grants for small and medium sized organisations in the UK to support projects and the running costs of organisations. Improving Lives priorities: Help at a critical moment, Positive choices, Accommodation / housing support, Employment and training, Financial inclusion, rights and entitlements, Support networks and family. Strengthening Communities - Running costs grants for small community based organisations working in the most deprived areas of the UK. " CONTACT: Request a call back via online form: https://www.henrysmithcharity.org.uk/contact-us/
GRANT SIZE: £20k – £60k per year up to 3 years. 6 months for a decision.
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: www.henrysmithcharity.org.uk APPLY: Online application form.
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation New strategy announced Autumn 2020. Priorities are: Our Natural World (preserved and improved species health and habitats, clean and healthy freshwater, and sustainable and ethical food), A Fairer Future (a just and anti-racist society, where those most likely to have their rights denied have those rights protected, as well as the opportunity to speak and be heard, and the freedom to express their creativity), Creative, Confident Communities (strengthen the bonds in communities, helping local people to build vibrant, confident places where they can fulfil their creative, human and economic potential) CONTACT: Email: info@esmeefairbairn.org.uk.
GRANT SIZE: £30k+
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://esmeefairbairn.org.uk APPLY: Expression of interest via website then invited to stage 2
Tudor Trust Tudor makes grants, and provides other types of support, to voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK. We particularly want to help smaller, community-led organisations that work directly with people who are at the margins of society: organisations that support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities. We want to respond flexibly to your ideas and energy, and to fund effective organisations working to high standards. Tel: 020 7727 8522
GRANT SIZE: Average £60k
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://tudortrust.org.uk/ APPLY: Stage 1 application - max. 2 sides of A4 answering the questions listed here: https://tudortrust.org.uk/how-to-apply/making-a-first-stage-proposal
Lloyds TSB Foundation We support charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £1 million with a proven track record of helping people on a journey of positive change through in-depth, holistic and person-centred support with unrestricted funding and tailored support to develop. CONTACT: Call our central office: 0370 411 1223 E-mail us: enquiries@lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk
GRANT SIZE: Grants worth up to £45,000 and £100,000 available over three years
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/we-fund APPLY: Currently closed but new funding rounds will be announced at: https://www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/we-fund
St. James's Place Charitable Foundation Main focus is on children and young people who have special needs through illness, disability or mental health problems and also those who are disadvantaged in other ways. COVID-19 statement - applications for grants suspended until further notice. CONTACT: Via contact form: https://www.sjpfoundation.co.uk/apply-for-funding/contact.aspx
GRANT SIZE: Up to £10k over 2 years
DEADLINE: See website for updates when grant rounds re-open WEBSITE: www.sjpfoundation.co.uk APPLY: Online application, no deadlines
Name Description Contact Hints & Tips
Leeds Building Society Foundation The Foundation primarily provides funding towards practical items that directly support those in need including those with disabilities, affected by homelessness, or with serious health issues. Donations usually fund items of "capital expenditure". That means items must directly help those in need, rather than contributing to the charity's running costs. CONTACT: 
Phone: 01132257518
Email: foundation@leedsbuildingsociety.co.uk
GRANT SIZE: £250 to £1000
DEADLINE: 4 deadlines per year - see website WEBSITE: https://www.leedsbuildingsociety.co.uk/your-society/about-us/foundation/ APPLY: Grant application via website
Lloyds Bank Foundation We support charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £1 million with a proven track record of helping people on a journey of positive change through in-depth, holistic and person-centred support with unrestricted funding and tailored support to develop. CONTACT: Call our central office: 0370 411 1223
E-mail us: enquiries@lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk
GRANT SIZE: up to £45,000 and £100,000 available over three years
DEADLINE: See website for updates when grant rounds re-open WEBSITE: https://www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/we-fund APPLY: Currently closed but new funding rounds will be announced at: https://www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/we-fund
Santander Foundation Currently closed to applications as they review their strategy but they will re-open in 2021 with a new grants programme to support organisations delivering skills to help people become digital and financial empowered. CONTACT:
GRANT SIZE:
DEADLINE: WEBSITE: https://santanderfoundation.org.uk/pages/home APPLY:
Tesco Bags of Help During October, November and December, Tesco will be providing grants of up to £1000 to support projects focused on local children and young people. CONTACT: Tel: 0121 237 5780 Wide range of causes supported - read the full list here: https://tescobagsofhelp.org.uk/home/community-apply-bags-help-grant/#more-1742
GRANT SIZE: Up to £1,000
DEADLINE: None WEBSITE: https://tescobagsofhelp.org.uk/ APPLY: Via website

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