Funding Opportunities

Newly Added

Please see below the newly added funds for yours and your organisation’s interest (updated weekly).


Aviva Community Fund: Grants up to £50,000 for causes that build stronger, more supportive communities in the UK. Applications for the next round of the Aviva Community Fund will open on Thursday 28th April 2022.

Little Lives UK Children’s Charity: The Children’s Community Support Programme aims to support local organisations in the vital work they do helping children in our community in these challenging times. They will support children’s groups and organisations, such as play groups or sports classes but are also open to applications from other grassroots projects, as long as their primary objective focuses on providing services to children. Maximum grant is £1,500. Deadline: 30th April 2022.

Little Lives UK’s Technology Programme: this programme tackles technology poverty that many children and families in the UK face. The programme is aiming to help children develop, by assisting them with their education and by learning more skills online through donations of as many electrical items as they can. They work with schools, youth clubs, charities and councils that help to support children with their social, physical and mental well-being, and can offer up to 25 electronic devices to organisations applying.

Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund: The fund will grant up to £5,000 for projects that raise awareness of the dangers of loan sharks and help make communities safer. Bids are encouraged from multiple organisations working together who can each bid for £5,000 to put towards a collective project. Deadline: 30th June 2022.

The Benefact Trust (formerly Allchurches Trust) – Brighter Lives Mental Health Programme: Grants are available for Christian churches, charities, and other organisations to address the long-term impact of COVID-19 on people’s mental health. The Brighter Lives programme covers three main project areas: Supporting existing or emerging specialist services provided by churches and Christian charities for people struggling with mental health issues. Focus is on the most vulnerable who may struggle to access support elsewhere. For example, counselling or similar therapeutic services, which could be delivered in-person, online or by phone. Enabling Christian organisations to train, equip and resource churches and Christian charities to provide enhanced mental health awareness and/or mental health first aid and appropriate mental health and wellbeing support groups and services. Programmes to support the personal mental health and wellbeing of clergy and other church leaders/workers who may be suffering, particularly post-pandemic.

Please click the headings below to view field-specific funding streams (funds from above will be added to the relevant page)

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