Community businesses are profit generating organisations, run by and trading for the benefit of local people. They cover everything from food growing hubs and leisure centres, to education spaces and pubs.
Rolling Funding Programmes
You can use our website to search for rolling funding programmes. This is generally for funding where no application deadline has been set or where you can apply for funding at any time, or multiple times, throughout the year. You can filter the results by using the Funding Tag Cloud tool.
The funding listed below is mainly relevant to organisations in Camden. For a list of where to search for other rolling funding, please visit our Funding Sources page.
New Turing scheme to support thousands of students to study and work abroad.
Thanks to our partnership with Subway®, we offer Healthy Heart Grants of up to £10,000 to community projects across the UK that focus on heart health and promote healthier, happier longer lives.
New fund will provide grants of up to £100,000 to environmental groups, local authorities, businesses & other organisations.
Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston has announced that Steps 3-6 of the National League system will receive up to £10 million to protect the immediate future of approximately 850 clubs over the winter period.
The Prince’s Countryside Fund has grants of up to £10,000 available for projects from across the UK which are working to create resilient rural communities.
Fund announced to help end the scandal of excessive waking watch costs, as part of a further move to support thousands of residents in high-rise buildings.
Up to £25,000 available to organisations that can help spread the word about smart meters.
The Turing scheme will provide funding for around 35,000 students in universities, colleges and schools to go on placements and exchanges overseas, starting in September 2021.
The government has pledged £750 million to ensure VCSE can continue their vital work supporting the country during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, including £200 million for the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, along with an additional £150 million from dormant bank and building society accounts.