The Prince’s Countryside Fund is inviting applications for grants of up to £25,000 over two years for projects that will create a long-term difference in rural communities across the UK. Applicants must be from properly constituted, not for profit organisations with an income of less than £500,000.
They particularly welcome applications from groups and organisations with projects in hamlets, villages and small market towns.

Supporting Rural Communities is their flagship grant programme, awarding £500,000 each year to support projects that enhance the viability and sustainability of rural communities.
The Prince’s Countryside Fund focuses support on rural communities across the UK, and through working with local organisations, they aim to help address the challenges faced by those who live and work in rural areas.

The programme is currently open, with the next deadline on midday 11th October.

Full guidance, FAQ’s and more details can be found at the organisation’s website.

The Prince’s Countryside Fund