the Community Foundation for the people of Kirklees.
Does your Kirklees voluntary group require additional funding? We currently manage the following Kirklees funds. Find out which could benefit your community group, follow the links to each fund for more information about grant funding in Kirklees.
The Foundation favours supporting grassroots community groups, and small-to-medium-sized voluntary organisations, and priority will be given to these groups. We do not normally make grants to large local and regional not-for-profit groups; or UK-wide charities, (but we might do so where there are strong relationships in our area, and the proposal has potential to achieve a substantial impact). If in doubt whether your application can be considered, please contact us (01484) 468397.
Bright Green Community Trust Fund Open for applications again in August, 2020.
All projects must be community-based, reduce carbon emissions and contribute towards a sustainable future for the Holme Valley community.
Collective Power Fund Open for applications again in July, 2020.
This new fund will help local voluntary groups in areas of high deprivation, and provide funding grants of up to £1,000, to tackle a range of green issues.
Davy Fund Opens again for applications in September, 2020.
This Fund supports children's sporting activities, and in particular team sports.
Deighton and Brackenhall Initative (DBI) Fund Opens again for funding in April, 2020.
This fund concentrates on supporting voluntary groups only in the Deighton and Brackenhall area of Huddersfield.
Fast Track Fund Open for funding throughout the year - see the fund page for details.
This fund supports small groups with an income of less thank £8,000pa. You can apply for up to £300.
Will support voluntary groups from across Kirklees, but it has a particular interest in Lindley. You can apply for up to £1,000.
#iWill Fund Open to applications on Monday 17 February, closes Monday 20 March at 5pm
Offers grants between £1,000 and £5,000 for projects and activities raising the level of youth social action. Activities must be for young people between the age of 10 and 20, and up to 25 years for disabled young people.
Jimmy Dickinson Fund Opens again for applications in September, 2020.
Will support Kirklees voluntary groups working to help people with mental health issues, that promote and encourage good mental health. You can apply for up to £1,000.
J L Brierley Fund Open to applications throughout the year - see fund page for details.
Will support voluntary groups and projects from across Kirklees. You can apply for up to £1,000.
This fund has a special interest in post code areas of HD1, HD3 and HD7; although they will consider supporting applications from all Kirklees voluntary groups. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Kirklees Community Fund Open to applications throughout the year - see fund page for details.
Supports voluntary activity that takes place anywhere in Kirklees. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Kirklees General Fund Open to applications throughout the year - see fund page for details.
Supports voluntary groups operating in Kirklees. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Kirklees Police Fund Open to applications throughout the year - see fund page for details.
This fund will support voluntary activity and charities across Kirklees. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Longley Farm Fund Opens again for applications in September, 2020.
Supports artistic and cultural activities, but it will also consider supporting applications from other voluntary groups, in the beneficial area.
Midway Equities Fund Opens again to applications in May, 2020.
This fund supports Kirklees voluntary groups working with older people.
Stephen Wood Fund Open to applications throughout the year - see fund page for details.
The fund was established to support voluntary activities throughout Kirklees. You can apply for up to £1,000.
Tampon Tax Community Fund Open to applications - closing date Tuesday 5th November.
Aims to support women who are marginalised to overcome barriers that prevent them from fulfilling their potential. Grants £5,000 - £10,000 for one off events, or projects that last up to 12 months.
Thornton Family Fund This fund is now closed - we are unsure if it will open again 2020.
All voluntary groups operating in HD post codes are eligible to apply to this fund.