Community Construction Fund (Norfolk)
Norfolk County Council has created a brand new £3.5m investment fund to enable communities across Norfolk to bring to life building projects that will make a real difference to local life.
Lottery Funding is a joint website run by all Lottery funders in the UK. Find out about Lottery funders in the UK. including who they are and what they fund.
Awards for All
A grants programme set up to help small groups. It is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Arts Council of England, Sport England, the New Opportunities Fund and the Community Fund.
Reaching Communities funds projects that help people and communities most in need. Projects can be new or existing, or be the core work of your organisation.
WREN is a not-for-profit business that helps benefit the lives of people who live close to landfill sites by awarding grants for community, conservation and heritage projects.
Although ACRE does not give grants itself it can provide advice on funding from other agencies. They offer a wide variety of support, advice and training to local communities and voluntary organisations in rural areas.
Grants 4 Schools
Grants 4 Schools is the most comprehensive and up to date funding information service available to UK Primary and Secondary schools.
Business in Sport and Leisure
An umbrella organisation representing the interests of over 100 private sector companies in the sport, hospitality and leisure industry.
National Playing Fields Association (NPFA)
National organisation with specific responsibility for acquiring, protecting and improving playing fields, playgrounds and playspace.
The Carbon Trust
The Carbon Trust, a government-funded independent company, helps businesses and the public sector to cut carbon.
For information on funding opportunities that can help your project, please give us a call today. We also suggest the following tips to help with your grant applications:
Projects take time to develop and progress therefore take time to plan your project carefully.
Get people involved - contact those who are willing to support the project and also those who may be against to eliminate any problems, public consultations are a great way of doing this!
Get children involved - these will be the people benefitting from the project so why not get them involved?
What makes your project different to others in the grant process?
Demonstrate a need!
Look at the insurance involved and make sure you are covered.
Where can you get funding from - take a look at just some of links featured on this page to get you started!