Building on the success of last year’s online funding fair we are doing something a little bigger this year over 3 days
Tuesday 23rd March is a day for Yorkshire and Humber funders
How this will work is each funder has been allocated a 30 minute session using Zoom to explain what funding they have and also how the application process works. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. You will need to book separately for each session you wish to attend.
This is a FREE event but if you fancy helping us with the costs you can donate the cost of a coffee
The funders attending so far are:
Seedlings offers small grants of up to £1000 to organisations working with Children in Leeds
The Peter Greenwood Memorial Trust offers cash grants (bursaries) to deaf and hearing-impaired students who are permanent residents of the United Kingdom
Wharfedale Foundation offers grants of up to £5000 although most grants do not exceed £2500 to organisations working to build stronger communities across Yorkshire and Humber
The trust makes grants to registered charities based In West or North Yorkshire and working on the frontline to improve the lives of local people.
Leeds Community Foundation supports charities and voluntary groups across the city, addressing inequalities and working together to help create opportunities for those that most need help.ds Community Foundation
We support community groups with grant funding, to help people facing hardship and disadvantage and those working to improve the communities they live in. We connect people who care about South Yorkshire and have the means to invest in its future with the community groups striving to build stronger and healthier communities.
Two Ridings Community Foundation is a hub for donors to channel funds directly to grassroots charities. Our aim is simple but vital. We raise and distribute funds fairly & efficiently across North & East Yorkshire.
The Safer Communities Fund has been launched to help voluntary, community groups, charities and partners keep their communities safe and feeling safe across west Yorkshire
Organisations and charities are encouraged to apply for up to a maximum of £7,500 to support a project in South Yorkshire that will help contribute to the aims of the Police and Crime Plan.
Groundwork has three grant programs Tesco bags of Help, ESF Community Grants and Comic Relief small grants
Supports independent, locally managed, non-profit, voluntary and community-based organisations that provide social support to the communities once served by Hillards stores. Normally makes grants on a one-off basis up to £1,000