Funding Portals

You can use the following Funding Portals for your funding search some of which may require a Subscription Fee:

My Funding Central – Free for Groups with annual turnover of less than £30,000. Fees apply above this level.

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Funds Online – Subscription Fees start from £150 + VAT for Charities

https://fundsonline.org.uk/

Grants Online – Subscription Fees start from £15 + VAT for one month and £99 + VAT for one year

https://www.grantsonline.org.uk/

Charitable Excellence – The free Charity Excellence Framework online toolkit, enables any non-profit to health check every area of activity in under half a day, with its own Quality Mark and the largest resource base in the sector, including 100s of organisations that provide free goods and services. Its Funding Finder database gives you click through to a huge range of funders, with the latest uploaded weekly into the Recent Additions search category. Everything is free.

Gov.uk – Find a Grant – Find a grant is a service that allows you to search government grants.

https://www.find-government-grants.service.gov.uk/

Available Grants

Use the links below to find a funder and grant scheme for your group. You can use the search box on the top right of the table to find the grants you are looking for by either geographical location, the funder’s priorities or type of funding you want.

You can also use the arrows at the top of each column to sort the grants into Alphabetical order.

If you need support with your funding application, you can get in touch with your local service.

Current Grant Funding Schemes

Name of GrantFunder / Grant ManagerAmount Awarded (£)Area CoveredCriteriaDeadlinesMore Info / Link
Animal Friends Pet InsuranceAnimal Friends Pet InsuranceNo limitLincolnshireSupports animal initiatives and causes, including:

- Emergency and crisis appeals.
- Long term welfare and conservation projects.
- One-off requests.
RollingAnimal Friends Pet Insurance
The Veterans' Capital Housing FundArmed Forces Covenant Fund TrustBetween 75,000 and 500,000LincolnshireThemes and priorities – We want to support projects that need help to refurbish or extend existing
accommodation or build new accommodation to house Veterans. You can apply for this programme
if your project will:
• Enable major refurbishment of existing social rented or affordable rented homes for Veterans
• Enable extensions of existing buildings to increase the availability of Veteran housing
• Increase the number of new build, homes/housing units available to Veterans at affordable
or social rents
• Ensure properties meet decent homes and energy efficiency standards
08/01/2025Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust
Arnold Clark Community Support FundArnold ClarkNo limitLincolnshireApplications to Our Communities Support are only eligible if in one of the following categories: animal welfare (benefiting humans), arts and culture, community development, disability, education, recreation, relief support and mental health support – where people/communities in the UK are the primary and immediate focus of investment. Applications are also only eligible if they’re made by an organisation that is based/operates solely in the UK and is located within 50 miles of an Arnold Clark branch.RollingArnold Clark Community Fund
Austin and Hope Pilkington TrustAustin and Hope Pilkington Trust Round 1: 1,000
Round 2: 5,000
Round 3: 1,000
Round 4: 5,000
LincolnshireRounds 1 and 2: Support and improve employment and training for disabled people.

Rounds 3 and 4: Food poverty - focus on providing nutritious meals, food education cooking skills and eliminating food waste.
Round 3: 1/07/2024 to 31/07/2024
Round 4: 1/09/2024 to 30/09/2024
Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust
Community Impact GrantsBenefact TrustBased on total costs of project and match funding secured.

Size of grant based on total project costs calculated by Grants Officer.
LincolnshireCapital and Revenue costs to:
1) Grow congregations and Christian communities
2) Addressing social challenges facing communities
3) Enabling wider community use of church buildings
4) Empowering Christian education
RollingBenefact Trust - Community Impact Grants
Building Improvement GrantsBenefact TrustBased on total costs of project and match funding secured.

Size of grant based on total project costs calculated by Grants Officer.
LincolnshireCapital costs for churches, cathedrals, denominational bodies and Christian charities to support with:

- Essential one-off works
- Minor capital works
- Conservation of historic features.
- Aesthetic enhancements.
- Energy efficiency methods.
RollingBenefact Trust - Building Improvement Grants
Methodist GrantsBenefact TrustUp to 100,000LincolnshireGrants to Methodist churches for building development projects to support church growth, community engagement and improving accessibility.RollingBenefact Trust - Methodist Grants
Heritage Skills GrantsBenefact TrustFunds specific individuals through training for up to 3 years. LincolnshireOffers funding to any registered charity around training for heritage skills specifically towards Christian buildings. RollingBenefact Trust - Heritage Skills
Bernard Sunley FoundationBernard Sunley FoundationSmall Grants: Up to 5,000
Medium Grants: 5,001 to 20,000
Large Grants: 20,000 and up
LincolnshireGive grants around priorities of Community, Education, Health and Social Welfare.

Can support:
- Capital buildings
- New minibuses and vehicles
RollingBernard Sunley Foundation
Biffa AwardBiffaBetween 10,000 and 75,000Within 5/10 miles of licensed landfill site or 10/15 miles of significant operation. Projects must respond to one of the following:

- Rebuilding Biodiversity
- Community buildings
- Recreation
- Cultural Facilities
RollingBiffa Award
Small Grants SchemeBoston Town Area Committee (BTAC)Up to 1,000Boston Projects that support the town centre wards of BostonRound 2 01/08/24
Round 3 03/10/24
Round 4 30/01/25
BTAC - Small Grants Scheme
Project GrantsBourne United CharitiesNo limitBourne, Cawthorpe, Dyke or TwentyProjects that support residents within Bourne, Cawthorpe Dyke and TwentyRollingBourne United Charities
Core Grants

Children In NeedUp to 40,000 per year for 3 yearsLincolnshireCore costs including:
- Management and administration
- HR and payroll
- General office expenses
- Accountancy and audit
- Communications and outreach
- Monitoring, evaluation.
- Governance, regulatory, and compliance costs
RollingChildren in Need - Core Costs
Project GrantsChildren In NeedUp to 40,000 per year for 3 yearsLincolnshireProject costs that supports a specific piece of work to support children and young people. RollingChildren in Need - Project Costs
The Clothworkers FoundationThe Clothworkers FoundationNo limit - Average Grant is 25,000LincolnshireCapital costs to support the following areas:

- Racial Inequalities
- Disabilities
- Domestic and Sexual Abuse
- Economic disadvantage
- Homelessness
- LGBT +
- Older People
- Prisons and Rehabilitation
- Substance Misuse and Addiction
- Young People
RollingClothworkers Foundation
Community FundEast Midlands Rail200,000 in the potLincolnshireThe EMR Community Fund is open to: Community Rail Partnerships, Station Adoption groups, Charities, Community Interest Companies, Schools, Youth organisations, Sports clubs.
Projects must take place within 15km of an EMR managed station and achieve at least one of the DfT's Community Rail Development Strategy Key Pillars.
RollingEast Midlands Railway
Edith Murphy FoundationEdith Murphy FoundationBetween 500 to 5,000LincolnshireProjects that support the following:

- Carry out research,
- Supporting disadvantaged individuals.
- Relieve the suffering and care for unwanted animals.
RollingEdith Murphy Foundation
Edward Gostling Foundation Rolling
Edward Gostling FoundationUp to 10,000LincolnshireThemes are:

- Health & Wellbeing
- Independent Living at Home
- Respite
- Transition
RollingEdward Gostling Foundation
Community Action FundFCC Communities FoundationBetween 2,000 and 100,000Within 10 miles of a FCC Environment waste facilityThey will fund projects, that support the:
- Supply or improvement of a public amenity.
- Delivery of biodiversity conservation for UK species or habitats.
- Repair or renovation of historic or architecturally significant buildings.
Round 3: 19/06/2024 to 4/09/2024
Round 4: 18/09/2024 to 4/12/2024
FFC Communities Foundation
Garfield Weston FoundationGarfield Weston FoundationBetween 1,000 to 100,000 and 100,000 +LincolnshireCapital and revenue projects should have a focus on one of the following:

- Arts
- Community
- Education
- Environment
- Faith
- Health
- Museums & Heritage
- Welfare
- Youth
RollingGarfield Weston Foundation
Grand Plan FundGrand PlanUp to 1,000LincolnshireAwarded to creative people of colour based in the UK who want to make a new cultural project happen. It can be anything from: poetry, paintings, fashion, zines, music, food, flowers, photographs to workshops or events.Early April - Mid May 2024

Early July - Mid August 2024

Grand Plan Fund
Mick George Community FundMick GeorgeBetween 10,000 and 15,000Stamford, Market Deeping, Bourne, WisbechGrants are available to voluntary and community organisations for community projects.Round 2: 04/09/2024Mick George Community Fund
Greenhall FoundationGreenhall FoundationBetween 1,000 and 10,000LincolnshireProjects should help improve lives.

Prefers to fund permanent equipment / buildings.
Round 1: Opens 1/03/2024 to when 150 applications received

Round 2: Opens 1/09/2024 to when 150 applications received.
GreenHall Foundation
Grants to support Disadvantaged Young People through Educational & Sporting ActivitiesThe Hargreaves FundNo upper limit- 2 million in pot per yearLincolnshireTo help children and young people to fulfil their potential and improve their wellbeing, self-esteem, and independence through educational and sporting activities. This could include initiatives that improve academic engagement and attainment, develop skills to aid future employment, improve life skills, and ensure sport is accessible.RollingThe Hargreaves Foundation
Hilden Charitable FundHilden Charitable Fundup to 7,000LincolnshireSupports social justice and to tackle disadvantage communities, 10/09/2024 to 15/10/2024Hilden Charitable Fund
Gay and Peter Hartley's Hillards Charitable TrustGay and Peter Hartley's Hillards Charitable TrustUp to 1,000Boston and LincolnThe Trust supports:
- Care for older people
- Medical health volunteer schemes, respite care, hospices.
- Physical/mental health. support for the less able.
- Children’s charities enhancing sports/social opportunities.
- Church based projects with a proven outreach factor.
- Education reading support, literacy advocation, one to one support.
RollingHillards Charitable Trust
Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare TrustJean Sainsbury Animal Welfare TrustBetween 1,000 and 10,000LincolnshireObjectives are
- to benefit or protect animals
- to relieve animals from suffering
- to conserve wild life
- to encourage the understanding of animals
RollingJean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust
Len Pick TrustLen Pick TrustUp to 1,000,
1,000 and Above
Bourne, Dyke, Cawthorpe, Twenty, Projects must benefit the residents of Bourne and the surrounding areas. RollingLen Pick Trust
Beatrice Laing TrustLaing Family TrustBetween 2,000 and 10,000LincolnshirePriority areas are:

- New church buildings, extensions and redevelopments.
- To support the disadvantaged and vulnerable including homeless, ex-offenders, the elderly and former service personnel
- Physical, mental and learning difficulties and
RollingBeatrice Laing Trust
Kirby Laing TrustLaing Family TrustBetween 2,000 and 10,000LincolnshirePriority areas are:

- Promotion of Christian faith.
- Education and youth development.
- Culture and the environment.
RollingKirby Laing Trust
Bicker Wind Farm TrustLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 5,00010 mile radius of Bicker FenPractical or educational projects that contribute to conservation, energy efficiency or environmental improvements.Round 2: 01/10/2024Lincolnshire Community Foundation - Bicker Wind Farm Trust
Birchwood Big Local FundLincolnshire Community FoundationBetween 500 and 50,000Birchwood community-Support for the Birchwood community to be cleaner, brighter and safer with more people benefiting from parks and greenspaces.
-Birchwood Big Local area to be where children and young people thrive by creating more opportunities for them.
-To create ‘a great community’, where people look out for and support each other and provide more opportunities for interaction.
-To raise the aspirations of people living in our community and reduce child and family poverty.
26/07/2024Birchwood Big Local Fund
Bishop of Lincoln’s Social Justice FundLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 2,500LincolnshireAddressing root causes of social injustice such as poverty, loneliness, isolation and homelessness.SeptemberLincolnshire Community Foundation - Bishop of Lincoln Social Justice Fund
Coastal Community ChallengeLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 500Mablethorpe, Trusthorpe and Sutton on SeaImproving the health and wellbeing living within the LN12 area (Mablethorpe, Trusthorpe and Sutton on Sea)Reviewed at next partnership meeting or within 4 weeks - whichever is sooner. Lincolnshire Community Foundation - Coastal Community Challenge
Evan Cornish Grassroots FundLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 6,000LincolnshireTo make life more comfortable, ease distress and isolation for those most in need in Greater Lincolnshire. 06/09/2024Lincolnshire Community Foundation - Evan Cornish Grassroots Fund
Horncastle Health and Wellbeing FundLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 2,000Horncastle and Surrounding DistrictsSupport residents of Horncastle and the surrounding district who may be sick, convalescent, disabled or in need of financial assistance.Round 2: 01/09/2024Lincolnshire Community Foundation - Horncastle Health and Wellbeing Fund
Triton Knoll Offshore Community Wind Farm FundLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 5,000Within 3km of landfall location at Anderby Creek (East Lindsey) and 5km near Bicker Fen substation (Boston Borough)Improve the lives of communities near Anderby Creek and Bicker Fen.Round 2: 01/08/2024Lincolnshire Community Foundation - Triton Knoll Wind Farm Fund
Community Wildlife GrantLincolnshire County CouncilBetween 50 and 500LincolnshirePriorities are:
- to protect, improve or promote wildlife
- promote access to and enjoyment of the countryside
- local communities support and may undertake
RollingLincolnshire County Council - Community Wildlife Grant
Charity PotLushFrom 100 to 10,000 (Average award is 4,000)LincolnshireGroups working in the areas of:

- Animal Protection
- Environment
- Human Rights (i/c social justice, peace & equality)
RollingLush Charity Pot
Grants for Good, supporting small organisationsMatthew Good Foundation15,000 shared between 5 projectsLincolnshireGrants for Good is funded by the John Good Group and is designed to direct funding only to small
and growing local charities, voluntary groups or social enterprises that are making a big impact on
communities, people or the environment.
RollingMatthew Good Foundation
UK Charitable GrantsMedlock Charitable TrustUp to 50,000 (Average Award between 5,000 to 15,000)BostonProjects within Boston in the following areas:

- Education
- Health & social care
- Housing
- Sports & recreation
- Arts & culture
- Environment & conservation
- Community services
- Employment
RollingMedlock Charitable Trust
Morrisons FoundationMorrisons FoundationUp to 10,000Lincolnshire - near a Morrisons storeSupports the following objectives

1. Tackling poverty and social deprivation;
2. Enhancing community spaces, facilities and services; 3. Improving health and wellbeing
RollingMorrisons Foundation
Active Travel Grant ProgrammeMotability100,000 to 4,000,000 over 3 yearsLincolnshireFocused areas include :

- Providing funding to ensure the voices and needs of disabled people inform and influence design requirements, and crucially, that they are shared with industry and Government to raise awareness.
- Providing funding of charitable programmes that introduce disabled people to different active travel products and services.
- Supporting existing programmes that have a clear focus on increasing travel confidence and safety for disabled people, to enable them to confidently use active travel products and services.
- Providing funding to schemes, programmes and initiatives that are already successful in supporting Active Travel and provide best practice solutions but need further support to remain operational or increase the service they provide, to help more disabled people.
- Providing funding to programmes, charities or organisations to help fund more high quality and affordable active travel equipment for disabled people.
31/03/2025Motability - Active
Medium GrantsNational Churches TrustFrom 3,000 to 10,000LincolnshireTo support churches in their project development up to RIBA stage 1; supporting local church trusts; and essential repair projects with estimated costs of between £20,000 and £80,000.13/08/2024National Churches Trust - Medium Grantswww.nationalchurchestrust.org/our-grants
Arts Council Project GrantsNational Lottery30,000 and under
Between 30.000 &100,000
Lincolnshire3 outcomes:

1. Creative people - everyone can develop and express communities throughout their life.
2. Creative communities - villages, towns and cities thrive through a collaborative approach to culture.
3. A creative and cultural country - England's cultural sector is innovative, collaborative and international.
RollingArts Council
The Climate Action Fund: Energy and ClimateNational Lottery Community Fund500,000 – 1,500,000LincolnshireFunding aimed at inspiring more people to take climate action. Funding for over 3-5 years.Opens 27/4/2024National lottery Community Fund
Awards For AllNational Lottery300 to 20,000 (for up to 2 years)LincolnshireThemes are: - Build strong relationships in and across communities
- Improve the places and spaces that matter to communities
- Help more people to reach their potential, by supporting them at the earliest possible stage. - Support people, communities and organisations facing more demands and challenges because of the cost-of-living crisis
RollingAwards For All
Heritage Fund Project GrantsNational Lottery10,000 to 10,000,000LincolnshireFunding to support the following:
- Nature
- Designed landscapes
- Large-scale rural projects
- Oral history recordings
- Cultural traditions
- Community archaeology
- Historic buildings, monuments and historic environment.
- Musuems, libraries and archives.
- Acquiring new objects.
- Commemorations and celebrations
- Industrial, maritime and transport
RollingHeritage Lottery Fund
Partnerships FundNational LotteryFrom 20,001 upwards for up to 5 yearsLincolnshireThemes are:

- Build strong relationships in and across communities
- Improve the places and spaces that matter to communities
- Help more people to reach their potential, by supporting them at the earliest possible stage. - Support people, communities and organisations facing more demands and challenges because of the cost-of-living crisis
RollingPartnerships Fund
Reaching CommunitiesNational LotteryFrom 20,001 upwards for up to 5 yearsLincolnshireThemes are:

- Build strong relationships in and across communities
- Improve the places and spaces that matter to communities
- Help more people to reach their potential, by supporting them at the earliest possible stage. - Support people, communities and organisations facing more demands and challenges because of the cost-of-living crisis
RollingReaching Communities
Community Energy FundDepartment for Energy Security and Net Zero, Midlands Net Zero HubStage 1 Feasibility Grant of up to 40,000.
Stage 2 Development Grant of up to 100,000.
LincolnshireThe funding will help to kickstart clean energy projects including small-scale wind farms and rooftop solar partnerships, as well as battery storage, rural heat networks, electric vehicle charging points. It can also be used to fund fuel poverty alleviation schemes such as energy efficiency, retrofit, and advice projects.
Applicants need to show that a good level of community engagement has been carried out and that there is genuine community support for the project, including plans for ongoing community engagement.
Round 2: 13/09/24
Round 3: 08/11/24
Midland Net Zero Hub
North Kesteven Heritage GrantsNorth Kesteven District CouncilUp to 3,000

North KestevenFunding is available to both residential and commercial buildings, and the aim of the scheme is to preserve and enhance the District’s built heritage by encouraging the sympathetic repair of historic buildingsRollingNorth Kesteven District Council
Community Partnership Programme to Tackle Food Poverty & Support the Elderly (UK)One Stop Community Partnership programmeUp to 1,000LincolnshireCommunity groups and other not for profit organisations within a two-mile radius of a One Stop shop can apply for grants of up to £1,000 through the One Stop Community Partnership programme.

This programme supports projects and initiatives that are:

• Tackling food poverty
• Supporting the vulnerable
• Supporting the elderly
• Supporting low-income families
• Supporting local sports teams
• Improving the local environment
• Reducing Waste in the community
Next round closes 26/07/24One Stop Community Partnership Programme
East Coast Community FundOrsted & Grantscape1000 to 50,000East Coast of LincolnshireGrants will be available for:

- Community buildings
- Community activities and services
- Environmental and public open space projects.
- Sports, recreation and play.
Round 2: 31/07/2024East Coast Community Fund
Sports GrantsPeter Harrison Foundation Opportunities Through Sport Grant Scheme (UK)Up to 5,000 for small grants. 5,001 – 30,000 for major grantsLincolnshireThe aim of the grant scheme is to provide opportunities for sport and physical activity at a grassroots level that enable people who are physically, mentally, socially, or economically disadvantaged to develop personal and life skills to fulfil their potential.01/10/2024Peter Harrison Foundation
Rescue Centre GrantsPets at Home FoundationFrom 250 upwardsLincolnshireWill support:
• Vet bills
• Boarding costs
• Food
• Equipment
• Trap and Neuter Schemes
• Vehicles
• Building Work
RollingPets At Home
Community ChestPlatform Housing GroupUp to 10,000 LincolnshireConsider projects that make a difference in one of these ways:

-Digital Inclusion
- Health & Wellbeing
- Community Cohesion
- Skills and Employability
- Community Safety
22/08/2024
24/09/2024
21/11/2024
Platform Community Chest
Screwfix FoundationScrewfix Foundation5000Lincolnshire• The Foundation is looking to support projects that relate to the repair, maintenance, improvement or construction of homes, community buildings and other buildings.Rolling - Reviewed Jan, Apr, July, OctScrewfix Foundation
Community Power FundSleaford REPUp to 5,000Sleaford, North KestevenProjects supported are:

- The environment, sport, wellbeing and education.
- Encourage community cohesion to build stronger communities.
- Benefit the community/group by supporting activities and projects that bring wider community benefit.
14/08/2024
11/12/2024
09/04/2025
Community Power Fund
South Kesteven Community FundSouth Kesteven District CouncilSmall Grants: 100 - 2,000
Community Events & Projects: 500 - 5,000
South KestevenProjects that support communities within South Kesteven. 20/08/2024
19/11/2024
South Kesteven Community GrantsSouth Kesteven Community Grant
Small GrantsSport England300 - 15,000LincolnshireProviding sport and physical activities for people who may be less physically active.RollingSports England - Small GrantsSport England - Together Fund
Stronger Starts GrantTesco Community FoundationUp to 1500LincolnshirePriority given to projects that provide food security and support to young people.Rolling on a quarterly basisTesco Community Grants
Young People in England The 7 Stars FoundationProject Funding: 2500
Shine Bright Funding: 1500
Individual Funding: 500
Social Impact: 1500

LincolnshirePriorities are in the areas of Abuse, Addiction, Child Carers and Homelessness for Children.
Round 3: 31/08/20247 Stars Foundation
The Allen Lane FoundationThe Allen Lane FoundationUp to 15,000 (Average Grant awarded is 5,000 - 6,000)LincolnshirePriority Areas:
Asylum seekers and refugees
Gypsies and Travellers
Offenders and ex-offenders
Older people
People experiencing mental health problems
People experiencing violence or abuse
RollingAllen Lane Foundation
The Charles Hayward Foundation GrantsThe Charles Hayward FoundationMain Grants:
- Social & Criminal Justice (up to 25000).
- Heritage & Conservation (Currently Closed)
- Overseas (up to 15000).
LincolnshireFor UK registered charities operating within the fields of Heritage and Conservation, Social and Criminal Justice, Overseas, or Older People.Main Grants:
Round 3: 16/08/2024
Round 4: 08/11/2024
The Charles Hayward Foundation Grants
The ForeThe ForeUp to 30,000 for up to 3 yearsLincolnshireProvides access to business expertise as well as grants to help grantees achieve their goals.
They make grants that cover all sectors and aim to fund charities looking to make a transformational impact on themselves as an organisation. Includes core costs.
24/07/2024 to 31/07/2024The Fore
Help the HomelessHelp the HomelessUp to 5,000LincolnshireFor small charitable organisations whose aim is to help homeless people return to the community and enabling them to rebuild their lives.15/06/2024
15/09/2024
15/12/2024
Help the Homeless
Christian ProjectsThe Henry Smith Charity£10,000 + per year up to 3 yearsLincolnshire
The Christian Projects grant programme provides grants to support projects that explicitly promote the Christian faith in the UK.

3 priorities are:
- Meeting the spiritual needs of older people, including those with dementia
- Reaching out to the unchurched - especially young people and young families by nurturing their spiritual interest and well-being.
- Projects which support and care for Anglican clergy at times of needs
RollingHenry Smith Charity
Holiday Grants for ChildrenThe Henry Smith Charity£500 to £2750Lincolnshire but will prioritise top 20% areas of most deprivationShort holidays and recreational trips for children01/05/2024 to 22/07/2024Henry Smith - Holiday Grants
Strengthening CommunitiesThe Henry Smith Charity£20,000 to £60,0000 per year for up to 3 years Lincolnshire - working within one of the 10% most deprived areas in the UKWe fund established organisations with a track record of delivering services directly to beneficiaries and want to fund work that enables:

People from across the community to participate in activities which improve connectedness, opportunities and wellbeing
People who are excluded, vulnerable or facing other forms of hardship to have access to community-based services that support positive lasting change
A stronger, active, more engaged community
RollingHenry Smith Charity
The Inman CharityThe Inman CharityBetween 2,000 and 5,000LincolnshirePriorities are:

- Care of the elderly
- General Welfare
- Hospices
- The deaf and blind
- Care of disabled
- The Armed Forces
- Medical Research
Round 2: 31/08/2024Inman Charity
The Key FundThe Key Fund5,000 - 300,000LincolnshireSectors they would invest in for Social Enterprises include:

• Creative
• Health
• Digital
• Housing
• Eco
• Education & Training
RollingThe Key Fund
The Leche Trust GrantThe Leche TrustUp to £5000.LincolnshireFor UK registered charities, public authorities or public institutions (not Community Interest Companies (CICs) or individuals).

Offering grants for two areas: performing arts and conservation.
02/08/2024 to 30/08/2024The Leche Trust Grant
Coronation Orchards FundingSouth Kesteven District CouncilUp to 1,500South KestevenTo plant at least 5 fruit trees on publicly accessible sites, plus protective spirals, canes and fencing if required.Round 2: 27/09/2024South Kesteven District Coucil
The Steel Charitable TrustThe Steel Charitable TrustBetween 10,000 and 25,000LincolnshireCore priorities are below:

- Arts and Heritage
- Education
- Environment
- Health
- Social or Economic Disadvantage
15/07/2024
15/10/2024
Steel Charitable Trust
The Weavers' CompanyThe Weavers' CompanyUp to 15,000LincolnshirePriorities are:

- Supporting offenders into work
- Helping specific groups within the criminal justice sector
- Supporting young people
04/07/2024
14/11/2024
Weavers' Company
Small Grants ProgrammeThe Woodroffe Benton FoundationBetween £500 - £2500LincolnshirePriorities are:
a) Relief of Hardship
b) Care for the Elderly
c) Education & Youth Development
d) Environment & Conservation
e) Human physical well-being
01/08/2024 to 31/08/2024Woodroffe Benton Foundation
The Woodward Charitable TrustThe Woodward Charitable TrustUp to £3000Lincolnshire Funds core costs for the following priorities:

- Children and young people who are isolated, at risk of exclusion or involved in anti-social behaviour and projects.
- Disadvantaged families, this covers parenting support and guidance, mental health, food poverty, refuges and domestic violence projects;
- Prisoners and ex-offenders and specifically projects that maintain and develop contact with prisoners’ families and help with the rehabilitation and resettlement of prisoners and/or ex-offenders after their release.
Mid May 2024 to end of July 2024Woodward Charitable Trust
Community Investment FundingTheddlethorpe GDF Community PartnershipSmall grants – under £10,000
Medium grants – above £10,000 to £50,000
Large grants – above £50,000
LincolnshireHere are some examples:

- Economic Development
- Natural or Built Environment
- Community Wellbeing
RollingTheddlethorpe Community Investment Fund
True Colours TrustTrue Colours TrustUp to 10,000LincolnshirePriorities include:

- Disabled children and young people;
- Children and young people with life-limiting condition and their families.
RollingTrue Colours TrustTrue Colours Trust
Trusthouse Charitable FoundationTrusthouse Charitable FoundationSmall Grants: 2,000 to 10,000,
Major Grants: 10,000 to 100,000
LincolnshireSmall Grants: Projects focus on community support.

Major grants: Organisations focus on family support - includes support for core costs, salaries, running and project costs
Rolling - Meetings Jan, April, June & OctoberTrusthouse Charitable Foundation
Start Up AwardsUnLtdStarting Up - Up to 8,000
Scaling Up - Up to 18, 000
LincolnshireSupports Social Enterprises and Social Entrepreneurs with funding and tailored support

Additional support available in following priority areas: Healthy ageing and access to employment.
Rolling Unltd - Start Up Awards
Veterans' FoundationVeterans' Foundation30,000LincolnshireGrants are available to support charities and not-for-profit organisations that provide lifetime support to those in need among serving Armed Forces personnel, veterans, and their immediate families.Round 3: 30/07/2024
Round 4: 15/10/2024
Veterans Foundation
Councillor Initiative FundWest Lindsey District CouncilUp to £1000West LindseyGrants are available to support a wide range of community projects and activities in West Lindsey.Ongoing until May 2027WLDC - Councillor Initiative Fund
Capital GrantsGroundwork2,000 to 150,000LincolnshireEligible installations, backed by an Independent Energy Assessment (IEA), include:

- Building insulation enhancements (insulation, draft-proofing, glazing and thermal doors)
- Space and water heating measures (efficient boilers, heating controls, etc.)
Lighting upgrades (light fittings and lighting controls)
- Renewable energy measures that reduce energy costs.
Round 3: July 2024VCSE - Energy Efficiency Scheme
Events FundingNorth Kesteven District CouncilNo upper limit - £12,000 in potNorth KestevenTo support new community events in North Kesteven

Events must have taken place by March 2024 for this round. reopens April 2024.
RollingNKDC - Events Programme
North Kesteven Rural England Prosperity FundLincolnshire Community FoundationUp to 10,000North KestevenCapital Projects to restore community spaces and create a foundation for growth at community level. Round 3: 14/09/2024North Kesteven Rural Fund

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