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.
The Coalfields Food Insecurity Response Fund – Phase 2 is a fund to predominantly tackle food poverty.
The Sir George Martin Trust has tightened up its geographical area for funding and is focusing its grant-making towards charitable projects which support disadvantaged and vulnerable people in West Yorkshire.
Creating opportunities for memorable, shared experiences, the HARIBO Happiness Together Fund will deliver moments of fun that will reduce loneliness while improving the wellbeing of local people.
The Dream Fund gives organisations the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life.
Funding for voluntary organisations, non-profits, charities and CICs from leading retailers including John Lewis, Waitrose, M&S and Sainsbury’s, through fundraising website. Open to all VCSE organisations.
Wakefield and District Health and Community Support have launched the next round of their fund.
Aviva will deliver the extra funding to climate causes helping to build a brighter, more sustainable future by matching each donation made up to £50.
WDH has launched the WDH Community Grant Scheme for 2021 to help community groups in the Wakefield District.
Grants of up to £1,000 are available to fund innovative projects, designed and led by young people in the UK.
The Asda Foundation has launched Phase 2 of the Fund, which aims to reunite communities, celebrate togetherness, and support groups as Coronavirus restrictions begin to ease across the UK.
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.
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.