Funding is available for that produce insights on how to progress collective intelligence to address social ills.
HSBC has increased its nationwide lending fund for SMEs by £2 billion to £14 billion.
Community based groups in the UK that need some funding to create events or activities that engage under-represented audiences as part of British Science Week 2020 can apply now.
State-funded, non-selective schools or colleges in challenging circumstances can apply now for grants to organise their own event during British Science Week 2020.
Funding is being awarded to musicians of all genres to aid professional development and encourage new habits and good practices of sustainable wellbeing.
A new fund has been announced to help prospective entrepreneurs in the UK set up in business.
Grants are available to support not-for-profit organisations in the UK with educational projects that encourage young people’s interest in the countryside and the environment.
Grants and additional support to improve the leadership skills of those managing engineering and technology start-ups and SMEs in the UK, supporting the pursuit of excellence in engineering.
Funding for existing community businesses to grow and become more financially sustainable.
Competition will support projects that transform food production systems, improve productivity and sustainability, and help the industry move towards net zero emissions by 2040.
Funding for local grassroots community groups to support capacity building or project development that will benefit local communities.
The Road Safety Trust has opened a new small grants programme to help improve road safety at a local level.
Business development and grant support are available to boost the growth and sustainability of community businesses across England that are being run for the public benefit.
This scheme supports emerging film producers in the UK who are starting out in their professional careers.
The Department for Education (DfE) is providing a new £17m grants programme to support trust growth and development across England.
The government has unveiled a £10 million grant scheme for business support agencies to assist UK firms in preparing for Brexit.
Three or four large grants are available to give British charities the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life.
MSE Charity is currently accepting UK applications to its ‘Life Changing Transition’ theme but will close as soon as 40 applications are accepted so groups should not wait to apply.
Funding to help SME businesses in the UK explore and develop export opportunities through trade missions, trade shows or market research.
Loans for UK SMEs to fund game-changing innovation projects with strong commercial potential that will significantly improve the UK economy.
Grants of up to £150,000 available to partnerships of arts/cultural organisations and up to ten schools to support delivery of effective arts-based teaching and learning opportunities in the primary classroom.
Grants are available to local grassroots organisations for local projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls in local communities across the UK.
Financial awards to encourage and reward the upsurge of new Commonwealth fiction and ensure that works of merit reach a wider audience outside their country of origin.
Grants to support the conservation and sustainable use of church buildings in the UK, focusing on larger and more complex projects with priority given to urgent structural repairs or the introduction of kitchens and accessible toilets.
Grants of up to £12,000 are available to accredited museums in England to support projects that have an impact on museums’ business model, and to improve their financial sustainability.
Small musuems in the UK have until 30 September to apply for grants up to £10,000 to help with the conservation of their collections.
Grants of up to £10,000 available to small museums in the UK to help develop a more sustainable approach to the conservation and management of collections.
Grants available to museums in England to fund new exhibitions that will inspire the public through the lives and achievements of extraordinary, historical figures.
Grants available to charities in Great Britain to help support individual energy consumers in vulnerable situations.
Grants are available for charities, voluntary groups, schools and local authorities in England to carry out projects that will improve their local community.
Funding is available for entrepreneurial students and recent graduates from across the UK.
Funding is for local charities with projects that take a practical and creative approach to fundamental issues such as neighbourhood improvements, local problem-solving, economic development, youth development, education and cultural enrichment, care of the elderly or infirm, help for the disadvantaged or disabled, and environmental conservation.
Grants are available for small- to medium-sized charities to deliver high-quality Housing First services in high-need areas of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Applications to small grants fund open
Grants for a range of organisations, including training providers, professional bodies, charities, social enterprises, FEIs and HEIs, to undertake projects that can increase the diversity and numbers of those working in the cyber security sector in England.
One-off grants are available for projects that showcase good practice around patient and citizen involvement in healthcare in England.
Museums and galleries in the UK have until 10 September to apply for grants of up to £25,000 as part of the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund. Grants are available to museums and galleries to borrow works from national collections, encouraging the sharing of works more widely across the UK.
Subject Specialist Networks (SSNs) and other curatorial networks can apply for grants of up to £15,000 to help share expertise across the museum sector.
Grants of £3,000 to £30,000 are available for projects aiming to enhance the public engagement skills of engineers in the UK and provide opportunities to engage with the public on engineering and its impact on society.
Grants are available to support the promotion of education and well-being of refugee and displaced children in Lebanon through access to the arts.
Grants of up to £35,000 are available to community organisations in England for projects that empower young people (aged 10-20 years) to have a say in how community spaces that matter to them are managed.
One-off capital grants are available to registered charities in England and Wales, as well as those with 'accepted' and 'exempt' status, for projects in the areas of community, education, health and social welfare.
This annual competition is designed to reward the UK’s early stage women-owned start-ups.
Financial award available to organisations or teams from within the public, voluntary, community or social enterprise sectors that demonstrates they are helping people transform their lives by helping them develop their sense of purpose and confidence to take action.
Funding is available for UK food producers, offsetting the costs of sending quality unsold food to good causes.
Comic Relief is offering a range of funding investments to organisations supporting refugees on the move along the key migration routes, from Middle East and North Africa to Europe, including the UK
Grants of up to £250,000 available to UK women's organisations which provide front line services to meet the needs of women and girls facing multiple disadvantage across one or more strands of Violence against Women & Girls (VAWG).
A fund to support coordinators to work with farms in the same geographical area in England in order to deliver specific local priorities, such as the creation of wildlife corridors, which can help improve the natural environment’s resilience.
This pilot programme will enable three existing business support organisations in the UK to design and run refugee entrepreneurship programmes over a one-year period.
Funding of £1 million is available to support the work of life-saving charities operating rescue boats on rivers, lakes and inland waterways within the UK.