Funding with deadlines in 2020

The list of funding opportunities in 2020

JANUARY

London Catalyst – Project Grants
Value: £1,000 – £5,000 | Apply by 6 January 2020
Grants for charities and voluntary and community organisations to fund initiatives that will tackle the effects of poverty and ill health and make a difference. Read more


Funding to Create Catalogues of Important Archival Collections
Value: £40,000 | Apply by 9 January 2020
Grants of up to £40,000 to create catalogues of important archival collections. Read more


Civil Society Roots Fund
Value: up to £100,000 | Apply by 22 January 2020
The Mayor of London and City Bridge Trust have developed a fund to support specialist civil society infrastructure in London. They will be offering two year grants of up to £100,000 for organisations to develop their capacity building offer to civil society organisations. The grants will be focussed specifically on equalities organisations. Read more


The Span Trust
Value: £5,000-20,000 | Apply by 31 January 2020
Grants to alleviate poverty, disability, age or ill health, and advance urban regeneration. Read more


Windrush Justice Fund grants scheme.
Value: up to £5,000 | Apply by 31 January 2020
Grants for grassroots, faith groups and voluntary organisations supporting victims and families members accessing Windrush Taskforce and Compensation scheme. The fund is open organisations nationally. Read more


FEBRUARY

Community Led Homes – Start-up support programme
Value: £10,000 | Apply by 14 February 2020
Funding for early stage voluntary and community organisations exploring community-led housing. Read more


MARCH

Culture Seeds
Value: £1,000 – 5,000 | Apply by 6 March 2020
This is a two-year rolling programme, so you can apply at any time until 6 March (for projects that finish by 31 May 2020).
The new grants will be used to support community-led cultural projects in every London borough. Culture Seeds will support not-for-profit, small or informal organisations and groups as well as individuals as it is often harder for them to access funding. Read more