We understand that our Members sometimes need help to find funding for both group and individual projects.

Below you will find a range of different funding opportunities.

If you know of any funding that you think will benefit other Members, please let us know by emailing

Funding Opportunity Brief Description Where to find out more
Tesco Bags of Help Grants of up to £4000 are available to support community projects. Ran by voluntary or community organisations Visit Groundwork
Turn2Us Turn2us supports people in financial hardship gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services. Their free and easy-to-use Benefits Calculator and Grants Search tools can help you check what you might be able to claim or apply for. Visit Turn2Us
The Big Lottery Awards For All Awards for All offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for grassroots and community activity that aims to improve life for local people and neighbourhoods. Visit Big Lottery
J4Bcommunity This organisation provides information on over 3,000 grants dedicated to the voluntary and community sector. Vist J4B community
Barchester Healthcare Foundation Grants of £100 – £50,000 are available to small community groups and local groups helping adults over 18 with mental and physical disabilities and older people over 65 to connect or reconnect to others in their local community. Visit Barchester Healthcare
The R S Brownless Trust Aims to support charities throughout the UK undertaking projects in the following areas:
– Long-term and terminal illness
– Disability
Grants are normally between £150 and £250.
Applications may be submitted in writing at any time to: Mrs P M A Nicolai – Trustee, The R S Brownless Charitable Trust, Hennerton Holt, Wargrave, Reading, RG10 8PD. Tel: 01189 404029
Breckland Grants Breckland Council Match Funding Small Grants – funding of between £500 and £5,000 with a maximum of 50% of the total project cost therefore match funding is required. Breckland Council Match Funding Large Grants – funding of between £5,001 and £20,000 with a maximum of 30% of the total project cost available, therefore match funding is required. Pride in Breckland Funding – funding of up to £1,000. This funding is intended to improve the environment and lives of residents in the Breckland area. No match funding is required. Visit Norfolk Foundation

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