Funding Opportunities

Posted on 10th March 2023

Below is a consolidated list of funding opportunities across the UK that organisations can bid for; in most cases, you will need to be a Not-for-Profit or Charity:

UK funds

KFC Foundation Community Grants Programmecloses 13/03/2023
Grants are available to support grassroots organisations providing safe social spaces, mentoring, work, or social skills for young people aged 11 to 25 years old in the UK.
Amount: £2,500

Action for Race Equality – Windrush Justice Programme Round 2closes 31/03/2023
Grants are available for organisations based in the UK who provide advocacy support to those wishing to access the Windrush Compensation Scheme, including work to regulate their status before being able to access the fund.
Amount: £22,000

Vinci UK Foundation Grantscloses 31/03/2023
Grants are available for innovative projects across the UK and Ireland which tackle one or more of the Foundation’s areas in the fight against social exclusion: access to employment, insertion through housing, inclusive mobility and building better communities.
Amount: from £3,000

Asda Foundation – U18 Better Starts Grants closes 21/04/2023
Grants for local organisations in the United Kingdom to support activities for children under 18 years old to improve their lives and transform the community.
Amount: £400 to £1,600

Shackleton Foundation Leadership Award – closes 09/05/2023
Seed funding grants and support are available to inspirational leaders and early stage social enterprises in the UK to establish their own non-profit ventures with the potential to provide solutions to intractable social problems faced by disadvantaged and socially marginalised young people.
Amount: £10,000

B&Q Foundation Grants
Grants are available to UK registered charities for projects that improve homes and communities spaces for those who are experiencing homelessness, in financial hardship, impacted by health, disability or other disadvantage or distress.
Amount: £5,000

UK Youth – Cost of Living Fund
Grants are available for charitable and not-for-profit youth organisations across the United Kingdom to help them cover rising prices and increased core costs due to the cost-of-living crisis.

National Deaf Children’s Society – Make a Change Fund
Grants are available to support young deaf people across the United Kingdom to create exciting new projects that benefit their lives and improve local communities.
Amount: £1,000

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