Support for your organisation
We can help you find the right funding for your project or organisation.
Hundreds of funding opportunities exist with funds available from a few pounds to thousands of pounds, however, it is increasingly competitive. Generally, funders want to fund good projects, groups and organisations that meet community needs, have an impact and improve people’s lives in some way. Not all projects and groups need funding but if you think you do, WVCA can help you to find the right funder for your project, group or organisation and can provide support with the application process.
3 things you can do to find funding…
- Contact our Voluntary & Community Sector support team
- Subscribe to our fortnightly email newsletter for the latest funding opportunities
- Follow us on social media for funding opportunities and more!
Here are the funding opportunities we have shared in our newsletter and on social media…
The Weston Charity Awards celebrate and support ambitious front-line charities working in Community, Welfare, Youth, and Environment. This year is the 10th anniversary of the transformational support package offered to small charities.
Barclays Bank, in partnership with the Sported has launched a new fund to make playing football more accessible at grassroots level and deliver football to under-represented young people.
Schools, nurseries, colleges, universities, outdoor learning centres, and other groups such as resident associations, sports clubs, parish councils, scouts, and guides from across the UK are amongst the organisations eligible to apply for up to 420 trees to improve their local environment.
Registered charities whose activities support and encourage the family to work as a cohesive unit in tackling problems that face one or more of its members can apply for grants of up to £5,000.
The Inman Charity makes grants of around £350,000 per year. They support a wide range of UK registered charities.
Help the Homeless makes grants of up to £5,000 to small charitable organisations (with a turnover of less than £500,000) whose aim is to help homeless people return to the community and enable them to rebuild their lives.
Registered charities, churches, parish councils, local authorities, and CASC-registered sports clubs can apply for grants of between £2,000 and £10,000 for the provision, maintenance, or improvement of community facilities.
The Trust awards grants to UK registered charities that are working to support those in society who face the greatest challenges and whose opportunities are most limited.
The Arts for Impact campaign is aimed at supporting arts and culture charities working to achieve societal impact across the UK.