Emergency response funds open to individuals and organisations.
Immediate funding for clubs and community organisations who have a role in supporting the nation to be active but who are experiencing short-term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
A new £500,000 grant is soon to be launched to help organisations better support victims of terrorism.
The Fund offers local charitable and community organisations funding to support emerging challenges faced within local communities as a result of the continuing threat of coronavirus.
Netflix has contributed to a new fund to provide emergency relief for out-of-work crew and cast across the film and television industry.
The National Lottery Community Fund is making several changes in response to the current coronavirus/Covid-19 situation.
A series of documents and updates regarding the 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Programme and the response to COVID-19.
Power to Change has paused all future rounds of its funding programmes as it focuses attention on supporting community businesses affected by COVID-19.
A UK charity has created a fund to help professional musicians who are struggling during the coronavirus crisis.
An emergency fund has been established to help music creators from around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.
Millions of self-employed individuals will receive direct cash grants though a UK-wide scheme to help them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Advance notice – This scheme will provide a grant to all UK employers across all sectors (private, public, charitable and non-profit) to keep their workers on, rather than making them redundant during the coronavirus outbreak.
Micro grants are available for charities and community groups that are existing members of the “Neighbourly” CSR platform, to support good causes that are helping communities affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.
Government has launched a £500 million Hardship Fund to provide council tax relief to help those affected most by coronavirus.
Due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the European Commission will extend Horizon 2020 application deadlines to allow applicants extra time to prepare and finalise submissions.
The deadline for expressions of interest is now Wednesday 27th May.
Business grant funding and business rates holidays are being provided for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses in England
New financial support measures are being introduced to help UK exporters and importers disrupted by the coronavirus.
This guidance sets out details of eligibility and delivery of the Small Business Grants Fund (SBGF) and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund (RHLGF).
UK-based medical research charity LifeArc has created a £10 million fund to support research to accelerate the development and testing of therapeutics that can be rapidly deployed to treat the symptoms of COVID-19.
Registered charities working with early years disadvantaged children in England and Wales can apply for small sums of unrestricted funding to assist them during this difficult period.
Government has announced nearly £3 billion to help make more hospital beds available during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Chancellor has unveiled a further series of measures to support people, jobs and businesses across the UK.
£500,000 of funding is available for technology companies who come up with digital support solutions for people who need to stay at home because of coronavirus.
The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme will support long-term viable small and medium-sized businesses in the UK to access bank lending and overdrafts, responding to cash-flow pressures caused by the coronavirus.
The £1 million Coronavirus Charity Help Fund has been set up by MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis personal charity fund to help those affected by the coronavirus.
Advance notice - The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme will support primarily small and medium-sized businesses in the UK to access bank lending and overdrafts.
Grants for groups providing charitable activities in response to the impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in Cumbria.
Addressing the nation, the Chancellor has outlined a range of emergency financial measures to help businesses survive as the coronavirus outbreak worsens.
Funding announced to help local authorities in England to support rough sleepers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Funding is being provided to small businesses across a number of countries around the world to help them survive the coronavirus crisis.
Private lenders are making funds available to small businesses impacted by COVID-19, including £2 billion from Lloyds Banking Group and £5 billion from NatWest.
Cash prizes and distribution assistance are available to UK short filmmakers.
Annual funding to encourage innovation in healthcare and increase the sustainability of health systems.
A national bank has set aside a funding package to help businesses impacted by the recent storms and resulting flooding.
Support is available for start-ups and entrepreneurs who are combating climate change with science or tech-based ideas in the areas of agriculture and food production.
Repayable loans of up to £1,000,000 available to support the UK’s arts, culture and heritage social enterprises.
A private bank is teaming up with an active investment provider to launch a new funding initiative which will address a lack of diversity in UK entrepreneurialism.
Entrepreneurial women and young people are set to benefit from government-backed funds to help turn inspiring ideas into thriving businesses.
Funding for local grassroots, community led groups to support capacity building or project delivery to deliver change by drawing on the ‘lived experiences’ of people who have experienced the issues being tackled.
This international initiative aims to elicit creative ideas that will encourage the invention of new green products and services and combat CO2 emissions.
Grant funding is being provided to help small businesses in the UK ‘make the leap’ and overcome barriers to accessing finance.
Funding available to higher education providers in England to develop and implement projects which provide innovative approaches to improving mental health outcomes for students.
Funding for community organisations across the UK to promote an electrical safety message in their communities.
Funding for short-term projects in England to promote inter-faith and community work and to build bridges between people of all backgrounds.