£5,000-£15,000

Enable grants

Enable grants are up to a total of £15,000 over one or two years, and can reinvigorate charities through funding organisational improvements, development of areas such as leadership and governance, improved systems and demonstrating outcomes. These developments put charities in a stronger position to better deliver services and attract funding.

Celebrate England

Six out of ten people surveyed* say they cannot remember ever coming together to celebrate with their community. The Big Lottery Fund wants to help change this with our Celebrate! programme.

We are offering grants of between £300 and £10,000 for groups to hold one off events or activities which celebrate their local community.

You could celebrate something from your community's history or a local hero. Or maybe it's a chance to bring people together to get to know their neighbours better.

We have a total of £3.875m for projects in England.

Small Grants Programme

The Arts Council has designed this programme to encourage you to develop and deliver your ideas, linked to your artistic needs and to your future plans.

The aim of this programme is to assist organisations to deliver arts projects which contribute to the growth of arts in the community for new and existing audiences and which reflect the diversity of Northern Ireland’s society and culture.

We want to support activities which benefit the people of Northern Ireland or that help arts organisations in Northern Ireland carry out their work.

Celebrate UK

You could celebrate something from your community's history or a local hero. Or maybe it's a chance to bring people together to get to know their neighbours better.

We are especially keen to receive applications from groups who have not applied to us before.

You will also need to show that your project is open to everyone in your local community.

We will give higher priority to applications from:

Breckland - Large Match Funding Grants

The Large Match Funding scheme forms part of Breckland Council's Community Funding Reserve, which is a group of funding streams that have been designed to empower groups and individuals within the district to deliver projects at a local level that align with the Council's objectives. It is an 'enabling fund' that aims to encourage 'localism' in addressing identified community need.

The Large Match Funding scheme offers grants to cover up to 30% of the total project costs

The R. W. Mann Trust

The Trust has a preference for supporting organisations in the North Tyneside, South East Northumberland and in the East Newcastle areas. In certain circumstances we may assist those operating in the wider Tyne, Wear, Durham and Northumberland areas if we consider that they offer exceptional added value to their communities or are particularly innovative. Support to national organisations will only be given where there is a specific project in the area in which we operate.

Awards for All England

Awards for All England is a Big Lottery Fund grant scheme for local communities. There are different schemes in each of the four countries.

Awards for All England makes grants of between £300 and £10,000 to organisations wanting to run projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need.

South Somerset - Community Grants

South Somerset District Council provides its Community Grants scheme as part of its support to local voluntary and community groups and organisations and other not-for-profit organisations working for the benefit of South Somerset.
This funding is aimed at local not-for-profit projects that will improve the local quality of life in the District.

Grants of up to 50% of the project costs with a maximum of £12,500 per project are available.
Larger awards of over £12,500 may be available for particular projects or to groups providing services across South Somerset

Northamptonshire County Council Youth Small Grants Programme

The Northamptonshire County Council Youth Small Grants Programme is provided by Northamptonshire County Council and administered by the Northamptonshire Community Foundation.

The Fund supports activities for young people aged 10 to 19 years (10 to 25 years for those who have a disability).

Grants are available for local voluntary, community and self-help groups to support activities for young people aged 10 to 19 years (10 to 25 years for those who have a disability) in Northamptonshire. Grants of between £2,500 and £10,000 are available.

Active Communities

Local groups and organisations with great ideas to make their communities even better places to live are now invited to apply for funding from ‘Active Communities’ to turn their ideas into reality.

Active Communities is a funding programme for community groups and not-for-profit organisations, with an income of less than £350,000 a year or an average of £350,000 over two years.