Scheme To Help Deliver Sport To Disadvantaged Communities

Charity StreetGames will be partnering with the Communities United Project (CUP) to introduce their new ‘Doorstep Sport’ Induction Workshop. The workshop aims to outline the current sporting landscape within disadvantaged communities and demonstrate how Doorstep Sport is different from other methods of sports delivery. They will also show the wide range of sports and activities […]

Got a great business idea? Try Dewsbury Soup

Dewsbury Soup is back and is here to help you help out your local community. The scheme, which began back in 2018, has been set up to provide local businesses, charities and organisations with the funding they need. Candidates who are interested can apply online and pay £5 on the night of the event. They […]

Growing Great Places: Community Crowdfunding Workshops

Advice and support on running your crowdfunding campaign with up to £5k available from Kirklees Council Growing Great Places is a new community crowdfunding programme to support citizens and organisations who have great ideas for making our local places even better. As part of this programme Kirklees Council is running two free community workshops in […]

Greggs Foundation Funding

Local Community Projects Fund for projects that will improve resilience in your community. Projects must be in an area with a Greggs shop. This can include sessional activities/respite support, equipment for sessional activities, trips and residential breaks. They are interested in new approaches and innovative ideas as well as sustainable approaches to supporting your community. […]

Get in Quick! 2 Weeks to Apply for up to £1000

New National Lottery Funding to Celebrate its 25th Birthday The £2million #CelebrateNationalLottery25 Fund is offering grants of £100 to £1000 to people and communities with great ideas to bring people together. This can be an event, community activity or even buying something that will bring your community together, and the funding has to be used […]

Support and Networking for Community Groups in Your Area

The Next Round of People Helping People Networks is Kicking off in Marsden on July 18th People Helping People Network meetings are run by Third Sector Leaders Kirklees in partnership with Kirklees Council. They are designed to give information and support to community groups, voluntary groups, charities and social enterprises, and are often combined with […]