We have linked various useful web pages and documents below that will help you with writing funding bids.
The National Lottery Good Causes' website allows you to search all available Lottery funding in one place.
Leeds Community Foundation have launched the Local Care Direct Health and Wellbeing Fund, which in its first round aims to improve the health and wellbeing of residents across Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield.
Wakefield Council are offering this new grant to support community groups across the District to engage with the Festival of the Earth themes.
The Santander Foundation have developed the Financial & Digital Empowerment Fund, which aims to improve people's digital and financial confidence and skills.
The Royal Horticultural Society have committed £150,000 in 2021 through the new Flourish fund to support organisations across the UK and in the heart of communities to help people grow horticultural skills.
The National Lottery Community Fund is providing grants of £300 - £2,500 to small charities and community groups working to reduce loneliness by building community connections.
The latest round of the WDHCS Third Sector Covid Response Fund has been launched by Wakefield and District Health and Community Support (WDHCS), an independent grant making charity in Wakefield.
Small and local charities with a yearly income of £25,000 to £1 million who are helping people experiencing complex social issues can now apply for a two-year unrestricted grant of £50,000.
Local Giving has partnered with 6 funding trusts from the People's Postcode Lottery to provide grants of £500 for small charities and community groups.
The Wakefield Third Sector Covid Response Fund has been launched by Wakefield and District Health and Community Support (WDHCS), an independent grant making charity in Wakefield.
Grants are available for football clubs and organisations in England and Wales to get their buildings ready for a safe re-starting of football activity.
Grants are available for non-profit organisations that are using sport to deliver development outcomes, to ensure they can continue to work with young people across the world during the Covid-19 pandemic and deliver new or adaptive provisions.
The Next Steps programme is Children in Need's response programme designed to deliver support for children and young people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Power to Change launches up to £12 million of emergency support to help community businesses during the Coronavirus crisis.
Sport England is making up to £195 million of funding available to help the sport and physical activity sector through the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
Building Powerful Communities is about developing third sector capacity, building on local community assets and resources through a programme of activity to support the third sector to become more enterprising and sustainable.
Wakefield Council has various funding and support schemes.