£1 million fund available to higher education providers in England to develop and implement projects which provide innovative approaches to improving mental health outcomes for students.
Grants are available for Black-led social enterprises and charities with ethnic minority beneficiaries in the UK.
Grants are available to safeguard vital frontline jobs and support services of women’s organisations in England that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Applications are now open for projects that improve the natural world, secure a fairer future, and strengthen the bonds in communities in the UK.
Cumbria County Council have some small scale grants linked to DEFRA funding still available for community based projects and initiatives that will benefit the local area in terms of providing food and / or essential services in response to Covid 19.
Grants are available to small UK registered charities for building websites or digital products that enable them to carry out their work in a more efficient and effective way, resulting in positive social benefit.
These grants aim to help museums, galleries and cultural organisations respond to immediate challenges connected to the Covid-19 crisis, and offer support to adapt and reimagine ways of working for the future.
Grants are available to charities in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Co Durham (including Hartlepool) and Cumbria (including Carlisle) for a wide range of projects that benefit the community.
Grants are available to small to medium sized UK registered charities that are working for the benefit of older people or people who have fallen on hard times.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE: This scheme has been extended to cover purchases of equipment to produce PPE during the Coronavirus crisis.
A single point of contact for all business support within the Cumbria Business Growth Hub region, providing advice and signposting based on individual business needs across a range of subjects, including innovation, exporting, accessing finance and training.
Grants are available for charitable, not-for-profit organisations whose work benefits communities in Cumbria, Dumfriesshire, Lancaster, Preston and Haltwhistle.
Grants are available to voluntary and community groups in Cumbria for projects that benefit their community.
Grants are available to individuals, registered charities, sports clubs and voluntary and community organisations based in the CFM Radio broadcast area for projects that benefit children and young people who are disabled, disadvantaged or suffering from abuse or neglect and are 18 years or younger.
Grants are available for local third sector organisations and community groups in the areas served by Northern Gas Networks and Northern Powergrid for projects that benefit those who are 'hard to reach' or vulnerable.
Grants available for public sector bodies to fund energy efficiency and heat decarbonisation measures.
Funding available for applicants to the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme to develop bids and deliver projects.
Funding for families with children aged 3-17 who are disabled, have a special need or have been abused in the UK.
Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme Round 3 applicants can apply for funding towards specific items of equipment listed at Annex 3 of the Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme handbook
British charities can apply now for funding to support projects that address a systemic societal issue related to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
This business competition is intended to support, fund and promote green economy start-up companies and eco-entrepreneurs from across Europe.
The Health Foundation will soon be opening a new funding programme for four innovation hubs across the UK to build knowledge, skills and confidence within NHS providers to successfully adopt and adapt innovations.
Grants are available for a wide range of community-led organisations to support delivery of new affordable homes across England (excluding London) up to March 2020.
Mid- to large-scale cultural organisations can apply for grants to restart important work, refresh activities, and develop plans to rebuild audiences following closures due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The £6.5 million programme opens for final year of support to local community businesses in England.
Grants for groups providing charitable activities in response to the impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic in Cumbria.
Innovation continuity loans are available for SMEs and third sector organisations in the UK that are at risk of not continuing planned or existing innovation activity due to a sudden shortage or even unavailability of funds directly related to COVID-19.
Grants for Armed Forces bases and stations to support projects that will develop better spaces for recreation, leisure or for serving personnel to relax in while off duty.
Funding to encourage social interaction and social action among people of two or more different faiths to build friendships and develop relationships of trust in 10 areas of England.
Revenue project funding to support the UK’s rural communities that are dealing with the impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding to support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis, building wellbeing, resilience, and capacity.
Taylor Wimpey North East is offering the opportunity for a good cause close to its Meadowbrook development in Carlisle to benefit from a £500 donation.
Funding is available to training providers for programmes which can deliver a suite of accredited training solutions to the UK’s low carbon installation sector in support of the Green Homes Grant scheme.
Support for businesses in England that have been required to close due to temporary COVID-19 local lockdown restrictions imposed by the Government.
Funding is available for business-led feasibility studies and research and development projects focused on innovation in electric vehicle battery technology.
In recognition of the additional pressures many hospices are experiencing due to COVID-19 and the associated restrictions on normal activities, this funder is holding a second funding round.
The new one-off Weston Culture Fund aims to support performing and visual arts organisations, arts centres, accredited museums and galleries as they try to recover from the impact of COVID-19.
UK organisations are invited to apply for support to accelerate innovations that can help vulnerable workers, hit hardest by the coronavirus crisis, to secure jobs and financial help.
Grants for voluntary and community organisations set up or run by leaders with first-hand experience of a social issue to ensure lived experience plays a key role in shaping how communities across the UK move towards recovery and renewal after the impact of COVID-19.
Funding is available to enable vulnerable children and young people in the UK to overcome financial barriers preventing them from achieving their education, training or employment goals.
This worldwide competition is open to young writers of any nationality to recognise exceptional literary work.
This scheme will assist UK film, television and cinema workers most affected by COVID-19, offering them financial and wellbeing support over six months.
Community groups in the UK can apply for grants to create events or activities that engage under-represented audiences as part of British Science Week 2021.
State-funded, non-selective schools or colleges in challenging circumstances can apply for funding to organise their own events as part of British Science Week 2021.
Short application window opens for volunteering initiatives organised by young people in response to COVID-19
An £11.5 billion Affordable Homes Programme will be delivered over five years from 2021 to 2026, providing up to 180,000 new homes across England, should economic conditions allow.
Funding is available for teams from the UK’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics arenas, capable of developing major public engagement projects that will showcase the UK’s creativity and innovation.
Residential development loan funding is available for SME developers to help deliver more homes in England and Wales.
A fund for food businesses in the UK to offset the costs of sending good quality surplus food to good causes, helping the people who need it most.
Funding for environmental charities and partners to kick-start projects to halt the loss of wildlife and tackle climate change in the aftermath of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.