Online resources to help you look for funding
If you're looking for funding for your project, there are a number of websites that may be able to help you.
To access most funding and grants, you'll usually need to apply by submitting a funding bid.
For tips and advice on writing succesful funding bids, you can contact our Community Bid Writing Advisor, Rachel Akindele on 07548823711. Rachel will be offering a series of workshops in the future and is also available for one to one advice for smaller groups.
Voluntary and community sector grants funding applications
There is £2.9m available each year for four years to fund services which will help the council support its residents. If you are a charity registered and operating in Greenwich do review the requirements and apply by 16 November 2018.
Community grant finder
The Community grant finder is a free-to-use site for small businesses and community groups to search a database of grants, loans and other initiatives available in the UK.
It currently holds details on over 40,000 resources including:
- European Commission grants
- UK government grants
- local government grants
- corporate sponsors
- charitable trusts.
You will also be able to get advice from people who are experienced with the grant application process.
Other funding opportunities in London
London Community Foundation
London Community Foundation grants are offered to projects that encourage greater involvement in local community activities.
London Sport provide an online search specifically for funding for physical activity and sport in London.