Are you looking for funding for your community project or an event?
This page provides up to date opportunities to help your organisation achieve its aims and objectives.
Funding in 2020 > Grants with application deadline in 2020. > Read more
Funding in 2019 > Grants with application deadline in 2019. > Read more
Ongoing funding Grants with no application deadline or open for applications a few times per year. > Read more
Local funding Grants for organisations Hackney to support activities which make a difference at grassroots level. > Read more
You can find the latest grant streams, advice and tips at the Funding Central website. To use it you must be subscribed – it’s free for small organisations and just £100 for organisations with an annual income over £100,000. > Read more
Contract finder Information about contracts worth over £10,000 with the government and its agencies. > Read more
Beehive Beehive is a free, online tool which enables charities to find potential funding ‘matches’ easily online. It helps address the inefficiency inherent in the grant application process, for both grantmakers and grantees. The tool aims to help grantmakers who find themselves processing huge amounts of applications from charities they are unlikely to support. For grantees, Beehive aims to mitigate time wasted on unsuccessful grant applications. > Read more
GrantNav GrantNav is a free-to-use platform that brings together grant data published using the 360Giving Standard; making it easy to view and explore. The tool enables users to search and report in detail on who, where and how much is given through thousands of grants from a wide range of UK grantmakers, with further data being added as new publishers share their grants openly. > Read more
F360Giving 360Giving supports funders to publish their grants data in an open, standardised way and helps people to understand and use the data in order to support decision-making and learning across the charitable giving sector. Organisations can find out about what funders previously awarded grants to and if there is any duplication in their projects. > Read more