Grants are available for schools, youth groups, not-for-profit organisations, and charities to provide access to recreational trips or holidays for groups of children aged 13 years and younger who experience disadvantage or disability and live in an area of high deprivation.
Advance notice – A fund to support UK businesses with high energy use to cut their bills and emissions through increased energy efficiency and transition to a low carbon future through the use of lower carbon energy and processes.
Grants of between £15,000 and £100,000 are available to charitable organisation in the UK for communications, education and campaigning initiatives that will build the movement for sustainable fashion.
The government has millions of pounds in funding for new radio and television production in the UK.
A government-funded initiative to increase small businesses productivity in the UK.
A new multi-billion-pound business lending facility has been set up by Barclays in order to pilot SME businesses through the Brexit uncertainty.
Small seed funding (grant and loan options) for sole traders, start-ups and small businesses in England (outside of London) for their creative business ideas.
The Magic Little Grants Fund provides local charities and community groups the opportunity to access funding to deliver engaging physical activities, which help to overcome barriers to participation.
Are you a home owner? Homelife Carlisle has various fully funded home improvement grants to help you and your family stay safe and warm, promote independence in your home and to keep you healthy and well in your home
Triodos Bank finances UK companies, institutions and projects that add cultural value and benefit people and the environment, with the support of depositors and investors who want to encourage corporate social responsibility and a sustainable society through lending, investments and general banking services.
The SME Leaders Programme supports promising leaders of high-growth engineering and technology SMEs. By improving the skills of these leaders, the Academy wishes to encourage the pursuit and growth of excellence in UK engineering.
Grants are available for voluntary and charitable organisations that are working with visually impaired people in the North East of England and Cumbria.
Grants are available to smaller community-led groups that support people at the margins of society in the UK, encouraging independence, inclusion and integration.
Grants to support the running costs of very small registered charities in England and Wales working with elderly people, children and young people aged five to 25 years, people with disabilities or mental health problems, people with a history of offending, addiction or abuse, and education and learning.
ThinCats provides commercial loan funding for growing and ambitious UK SMEs across all industry sectors. The provider aims to ‘simplify the traditional bank-dominated commercial lending model by connecting SMEs directly with institutional and retail investors’.
Grants are available for registered charities undertaking projects to support disadvantaged and disabled children who are under 13 years of age within the UK and abroad.
Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to cover some of the costs of developing and co-ordinating a building project and taking it towards the start of work on site.
Loans are available to help LTA-registered venues in Great Britain deliver projects that enhance community facilities leading to a growth in the number of people playing tennis.
Grants are available to public and professional UK-based organisations for activities that will reduce the risk of death and injury for all road users.
Funding is available to not-for-profit organisations, including charities, companies and community trusts, for projects in the areas of culture and the arts that make a real and ongoing difference to people’s lives in the UK.
Indirect financial assistance for older people in distress in the UK who need essential items to make their lives more comfortable. Grants are paid directly to the provider or supplier of goods.
One-off capital grants are available to grassroots charitable organisations in the UK that are offering a diverse range of activities and interests within one of the Charity's areas of priority: local heritage, local community; and performing arts and visual arts.
This competition will fund the development of new business models that encourage take up of energy efficiency projects by small and medium businesses (SMEs) in the UK.
Searching for funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise?
Applications are now being accepted from specialist community and voluntary organisations working solely with unpaid carers in the UK.
A small number of grants are available to larger not-for-profit organisations for projects in England, Scotland or Wales that provide a significant benefit to communities across the whole of the Centenary region.
Funding to support women’s organisations to ‘shine a light’ on their fight for gender equality in the UK.
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust says that it is working on funding priorities for the 2019/20 financial year and there will be more support for Armed Forces families.
Nominations for The 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards are now open. The 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards is the annual search to find the UK's favourite Lottery-funded projects and people. The Awards are a great way of celebrating the ordinary people doing extraordinary things with National Lottery funding.
Funding available to set up partnerships between academic institutions and Public Health England (PHE) to act as centres of excellence in multi-disciplinary health protection research in England.
Funding is available for high-quality debut feature films by first-time writers and directors from the UK. iFeatures 2019 is now open for applications until 9am on Friday 29 March 2019.
Funding for large, regionally based organisations that can deliver support to people over the age of 65 to help them address their concerns and increase the number of people over 65 getting a smart meter.
This competition awards funding to accelerate exceptional ideas for apps, games or technology businesses set up by young entrepreneurs in the UK.
Grants are available to public, private and third sector groups for innovative projects that pilot new ways of working with at-risk groups, in order to reduce offending and re-offending and address the issues of domestic and sexual violence in Cumbria.
Grants are available to help organisations and individuals in the UK to host an Armed Forces Day event which can take place within two weeks of the Armed Forces Day event.
Nesta's new Tipping Point prize is looking for the best articles on technologies for the public good that are set to come of age in the coming decade. Pitches must be submitted by Friday 15 March 2019.
Cash prizes and distribution assistance are available to UK short filmmakers.
The Grow Wild Youth Project funding scheme is a youth-led process for people aged 14-25 to deliver a creative project that engages their community, inspired by UK native wildflowers and fungi.
Grants of up to £500 are available for projects that are completed within five months of the receipt of the grant and no later than 25 October 2019.
Grants are available for organisations across the UK that are supporting young people (aged 14 to 25 years) to challenge social injustice, find ways of overcoming inequality and give voice to the issues they are experiencing.
A new fund is being launched to improve less well-off towns after Brexit.
Competition to highlight and support the best social innovation solutions based on a theme. A new theme is chosen each year. 2019 theme: Challenging plastic waste
Are you an entrepreneur with an innovative start-up that contributes towards a more sustainable planet? Enter the Postcode Lotteries Green Challenge, one of the largest annual international competitions for bright entrepreneurs that successfully combine sustainability, entrepreneurship and creativity. Your idea should be ready to go to market within two years. Pitch your start-up to win €500,000 and six months of expert coaching.
The Research England Development (RED) Fund aims to support the development of the higher education sector's research and knowledge exchange in line with the developing priorities of Government and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
Grants are available to small UK registered charities working to support people with a learning disability to learn skills to help them live more independent lives after they leave formal education.
A single significant grant is available for highly innovative and early stage projects with the potential to make a transformative impact in improving primary care and/or ‘out of hospital’ provision for patients across the UK.
Development charities with annual incomes of less than £250,000 are being urged to apply for grants of up to £50,000 from the Department for International Development.
Guidance and application form for air ambulance charities in England to apply for a share of £10 million in funding.
Larger grants now available for charities whose work enhances the quality of life for people in need, particularly those on a low income who have a physical and/or mental disability or long-term illness.
A package of tailored support and grants is available to incorporated or unincorporated organisations in England that want to develop their budding community business ideas.
A standalone capital grant offering funding to farmers and other land managers in England to plant and protect young trees. The grant provides a one-off payment towards the cost of supplying and planting trees and associated items needed to create new woodland.