Extra-curricular activities

Up to £5,000 is available to support young people in extra-curricular activities

Community funding

Funding to help young people achieve, and be the best they can

10 steps to grant fundraising success

Make sure your school's application stands out from the crowd

Supporting local causes

Small funding awards for local good causes

Community projects in Birmingham

Grants of up to £3,000 for community projects in the Birmingham area

Energy efficiency

Small grants for local projects focussing on energy efficiency and sustainability

Wheelchair tennis

Part-funding for wheelchairs and grants of up to £1,500

Inspiring interest in hockey

Up to £75,000 of funding is offered to inspire young people to play hockey

STEM projects

Awards of up to £3,000 are given to support STEM through partnerships

Community grants

Small grants of up to £250 to help charitable organisations

Find the right funder

How do you know which funder is the right one for you and how can you maximise your chance of fundraising success?

Science teaching

Up to £1,000 to promote the science of microbiology to a wider audience

Residential trips in Scotland

Funding for groups of disadvantaged young people to stay in youth hostels in Scotland

Funding for the arts

Up to £100,000 of funding available for projects and trips that engage children in the arts

Community funding

Funding for communities affected by oil and gas exploration and production