Secure the funding you need to innovate and grow your business with our round-up of the best grant opportunities coming up this month. Our curated selection of the latest funding schemes includes finance for local community and charity initiatives, creatives, SME’s, and innovative start-ups.

Green Hall Foundation

Grants for special projects and equipment for UK registered charities.

What is it? The Green Hall Foundation has opened grant applications for UK registered charities that need support funding special projects or purchasing equipment that will benefit their charitable purposes. Preference will be given to appeals that will make a tangible difference to the relevant charity. The typical size of a grant is in the region of £1,000 to £10,000.

Who is it for? Only UK Registered Charities can apply.

Deadline: 09/02/2024

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Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust

Grants for community organisations that encourage sports for vulnerable young people.

What is it? Grants are available to clubs, community groups or teams in the UK to encourage vulnerable and underprivileged children and young adults to get active and enjoy taking part in sport. Individual Grants and Community grants are offered. Grant size will depend on how much funding the Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust has available – with the maximum award around £5,000.

Who is it for? UK Registered Charities, Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs), Non-Profit Organisations. The Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust will also consider proposals from charities that are established outside the UK and non-charitable organisations that are established either in the UK or elsewhere.

Deadline: Open

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New Innovators in Communication Networks 2024

Grants for UK registered micro and small businesses.

What is it? Innovate UK is offering UK registered micro and small businesses a share of up to £500,000 in grants. The aim of this competition is to offer support to enable UK registered micro and small businesses to develop affordable, adoptable and investable innovations in the domain of communication networks.

Who is it for? UK registered micro or small businesses

Deadline: 06/12/2024

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G-Force Climate Seed Program

Grant and investment support for Climate Tech Start-ups.

What is it? This program is run by the Founders Factory Tech Network and aims to provide grant and investment support to climate tech start-ups. There are three pillars of support offered within the program: 250k euro cash investment, world class operational support, and grant support. The program is focused on areas such as decarbonizing the grid, fixing food and agriculture, electrifying transportation, cleaning up industry & buildings, and protecting nature & removing carbon.

Who is it for? Pre/seed stage companies with scalable technology, early traction and an impact-led mission. Accepting applications from all locations worldwide, with a particular focus on companies that have an EU interest.

Deadline: Open

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DCMS Create Growth Programme Competition 3

Grants for Creative Businesses.

What is it? Innovate UK, a part of UK Research and Innovation, plans to allocate around £3 million to innovation projects within the creative sector. The objective of this competition is to offer tailored support to high-growth creative businesses, enabling them to scale, establish investor networks, and realize their full potential. This funding aims to encourage creative businesses to explore new innovation projects as a catalyst for growth.

Who is it for? UK registered micro, small or medium sized businesses that are registered or operational in one of the twelve Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS). Eligible projects must have a total grant funding request of between £10,000 and £30,000, and must last between 3 and 5 months.

Deadline: 06/19/2024

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Aesthetica Creative Writing Award

International Literary Prize for new talent in Poetry and Short Fiction.

What is it? The Aesthetica Creative Writing Award is an international literary prize for new talent in Poetry and Short Fiction. The Prize supports both emerging and established writers. By entering, writers can showcase their work to key industry figures and organisations. The competition is particularly interested in works that focus and reflect on our ever-changing world. The award for the competition is a maximum of £5000, plus publication.

Who is it for? Open to emerging and established writers

Deadline: 08/31/2024

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Can’t find what you’re looking for?

If you can’t see a grant relevant to your industry, our curated grant opportunities finder contains an expansive array of the best national and local funding available across sectors.

Our team of expert consultants can help you identify different funding routes for your organisation that suits your business model and aspirations to grow. Whether you’re looking for bespoke grant funding opportunities, support with writing bids and tenders, or advice on preparing your pitch deck for investors, our experienced team can help you find an approach that’s right for you. Speak to a member of our team today to start your funding journey.