the Community Foundation for the people of Kirklees.
The Quarterly general funding rounds.
Here at One Community, we have multiple funds that all work to the same quarterly grants panel schedule; this means our panels simultaneously consider the applications.
The funds included are:
Please note: each of these funds has a page on our website. However, you can only apply to one of these funds at a time.
How much can you apply for?
You can apply for up to £1,000.
Spring round- cut off for applications 28th Feb Decision by/projects to start after 30th April
Summer round- cut off for applications- 31st May Decision by/projects to start after 31st July
Autumn round- cut off for applications- 31st Aug Decision by/projects to start after 31st Oct
Winter round- cut off for applications- 31st Oct Decision by/projects to start after 31st Dec
The Deighton and Brackenhall Fund The fund will open for applications on April 1st 2022 and close for applications on April 30th 2022, awards will be made in early June 2021. This fund is open to applications from voluntary and community groups operating in the Deighton & Brackenhall areas of Huddersfield.
Hirst Brierley Fund opens June 1st 2022 - Closes June 30th 2022. Funding decisions will be made by August 31st 2022
This fund invites Kirklees charities, and voluntary and community groups to apply for funding of up to £1,000, to tackle a range of environmental issues.
The Collective Power Fund opens June 1st 2022 - Closes June 30th 2022. Funding decisions will be made by August 31st 2022
The Collective Power Fund invites local voluntary and community groups to apply for funding of between £500 and £1,000, to tackle a range of environmental issues.
The Bright Green Fund opens July 1st closes July 30th, funding decisions will be made by September 30th.
The Bright Green Community Trust is inviting voluntary groups and not-for-profit enterprises in the Holme Valley to apply for one large grant or, as in previous years, a smaller one of up to £3,000. The large grant is worth up to £10,000, which can be used to fund or part-fund a project that will make a significant impact in the Holme Valley. For example, this could be for solar panels or car/bike charging points.
Longly Farm Fund opens September 1st closes September 31st, funding decisions will be made by November 30th 2022
The principal purpose of the Longley Farm Fund is to support artistic and cultural activities, but it will also consider supporting general funding applications from voluntary groups in the beneficial area. Groups can apply for up to £1,000. The fund welcomes applications from the following beneficial areas only: Holmfirth, Austonley, Upperthong, Holme, Cartworth, Wooldale, Hepworth, Fulstone and Netherthong.
The Jimmy Dickinson Fund opens September 1st closes September 31st, funding decisions will be made by November 30th 2022
The Jimmy Dickinson Fund welcomes grant applications up to £1,000, to support local groups working to help people with mental health issues, and groups/projects that promote and encourage good mental health.
The Davy Fund opens September 1st closes September 31st, funding decisions will be made by November 30th 2022
This fund aims to support voluntary and community organisations across Kirklees, to encourage the participation of children and young people in sport, with an emphasis on team sports and activities; in order to encourage positive development of that activity, and for the long term health and social benefits that result from such participation. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Thornton Family Fund Opens November 22nd closes January 7th with a decision by the end of March 2022.
The Thornton Family Fund is able to support all voluntary and community groups working throughout the HD postcodes of Kirklees, for general charitable purposes.
Funding areas: HD1, HD2, HD3, HD4, HD5, HD7, HD8, HD9
The fund offers grants up to £5,000. Support will also be considered from applicants seeking a multi-year grant award, for up to 3 years.