Further Funding Information

There are plenty of organisations, websites and publications which can advise you on funding. Further information and resources are available online at:

Business in the Community

Working with businesses and the corporate sector who want to work alongside culture to create opportunities for their people, their learning and their business objectives. artsandbusiness.bitc.org.uk/arts-culture-programme

Arts Council England

The national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from government and the national Lottery www.artscouncil.org.uk

Cambridgeshire Community Foundation

Award grants to local grass root groups for projects that make a real difference to the quality of life for local people www.cambscf.org.uk

Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service

An independent registered charity, set up by local organisations as an infrastructure and network organisation to help and support community and voluntary groups in Cambridge City, South Cambridgeshire and Fenland.

Cambridgeshire ACRE

Supporting local communities in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Directory of Social Change

Advice on obtaining funds from charities and trusts www.dsc.org.uk


Searchable website for European Funding www.euclid.info

Government Funding

A Directory of Social Change website detailing every type of government grant available www.governmentfunding.org.uk

Lottery Funding

A joint website run by all Lottery funders in the UK that allows you to search information on current funding programmes across the UK  www.lotteryfunding.org.uk

National Council for Voluntary Organisations

A website giving voice and support to civil society. www.ncvo-vol.org.uk

National Endowment for Economics, Science, Technology and the Arts

An independent body with a mission to make the UK more innovative. www.nesta.org.uk


Identify, apply for and manage funding

Voluntary Arts Network

Contains information of grants and funding opportunities available from other bodies

Youth Music

National charity targeting young people living areas of social and economic need.

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