Many faith organisations are struggling to cope financially with increasing costs while many others need vital funds to continue their good work or to provide new services. In such situations, finding sources of external funding and having the skills to write good funding applications are what most faith organisations need.

Good news! a simple subscription (free to most low income organisations) to Funding Central could be the answer. Then why not become a subscriber and receive your own weekly funding update tailored to your funding needs as well as having access to our funding database, funding news and support and advice resources. Visit Funding Central to learn more and subscribe.

02 Sep 2019: How to Write Quality Bids (10:00 AM – 4:00 PM)

This course is for any organisation looking to apply to charitable grant funders. It is delivered by one of our funding advisers who has supported many local organisations in bidding to a wide range of charitable and lottery funds. 


11 Sep 2019: Bid Writing for Charities & Community Groups Course (9:30 AM – 4:00 PM)

Get Grants Full-Day Bid-Writing Courses will give you practical support to improve your grant fundraising success and inspire you to become a more confident grant fundraiser. In attending our course, you will access expert insights, crucial information, and friendly advice that will help you increase your organisation’s income through grant funding.


Grants available:
01 Jul 2019: Co-op Foundation Launches Space to Connect Grants SchemeCommunity organisations in England that want to improve spaces where people can connect and co-operate can now apply for funding.


01 Jul 2019: Groundwork London Invites Applications to Our Space Award

The second application round for 2019 is now accepting applications from groups across London who are seeking funding to create green spaces in their community.


25 Jun 2019: Places to Ride Programme Offers Grants

Not-for-profit organisations in England can apply for grants to support the development of new cycling facilities or to improve existing cycling facilities in their communities.


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