England – Regions
Action Together Community Response Fund – voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise sector in Oldham, Rochdale, Tameside & Glossop: either up to £200 or up to £1,000.
Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation – support from £180k in corporate donors.
Berkshire Community Foundation – details of how this funding can be accessed available soon.
Big Give – #donateyourcommute – first £200k will be doubled through match funding provided by the Reed Family. Funding will go to NET.
Brighton & Hove COVID-19 emergency fund – short term and emergency support to community and voluntary organisations supporting the most vulnerable residents.
Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund – £1k – £5k, older people (aged 60 and over) and other vulnerable people, including the need for self-isolation, financial hardship, potential for hunger, lack of shelter, further exacerbation of health issues, loneliness and isolation.
Cheshire Community Foundation – activities that help vulnerable people self-isolating, provide funding to coordinate community response and support volunteers, and increase capacity for organisations providing emergency support, such as foodbanks or benefits advice.
Childhood Trust – Champions for Children – match funding campaign June to raise unrestricted funding for charities working with children and young people acrossLondon.
Community Chest Fund – Runcorn, projects and initiatives to tackle any emerging challenges the virus is creating.
Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and N’berland – Two stages. Response – organisations supporting older people and other vulnerable groups. Recovery – a wider group of local charities and community organisations whose operations and finances have been affected.
Community Foundation for Calderdale – grants of £1000 to local charities to help the most vulnerable.
Community Foundation for Merseyside – foodbanks, food/care package to vulnerable people, services for the vulnerable, such as older people, emotional and mental health wellbeing, financial inclusion, support to access benefits and debt advice.
Community Foundation for Staffordshire – organisations that support vulnerable members of our communities, which are finding it difficult to operate.
County Durham Community Fund – local groups: the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Cumbria Community Foundation – charitable projects supporting people, helping to keep them safe and supported in their homes and reducing pressure on the NHS.
Community Southwark – community organisations and local charities, for £5k-20k for specific coronavirus poverty relief projects.
Devon Community Foundation – local charities and community organisations, in two stages: response, then recovery.
Dorset Coronavirus Community Fund – charities, community groups and organisations who support vulnerable groups.
Forever Manchester – grassroot community groups responding to help those most affected. Up to £1,000.
Give Bradford Resilience Fund – charities and community groups across Bradford.
Gloucestershire Community Foundation – coordinated volunteer programmes, and those picking up extra demand such as foodbanks, counselling services, advice organisations and befriending services. Max grant 35k.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation (HIWCF) – those facing distress and hardship.
Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation – constituted charitable and community organisations. Priorities of the fund older people (over the age of 70), vulnerable people with medical conditions and people who are isolated: £500 – £2,500.
Leicestershire Communities Fund – constituted voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises to support vulnerable people. £5,000 – £25,000.
GMCA COVD-19 – 60 micro commissions to be given to artists and creators, based in Greater Manchester, across all artforms.
Heart of England Community Foundation – local communities and projects. West Midlands & Warwickshire.
Heart of Bucks Community Foundation – people and charities in Buckinghamshire who are most affected and vulnerable.
Herefordshire Community Foundation – Volunteer costs for new and existing organisations, additional costs of working remotely and adapting services, emotional support, mental health and bereavement support.
Hertfordshire Coronavirus Disaster Relief Fund- local charities supporting local people facing a range of social issues: social isolation, food poverty, poverty and poor mental health.
Kent Community Foundation – constituted community groups, annual income less than £200K, supporting isolated older people.
LCRCares – the most vulnerable people in Liverpool.
Leeds Community Foundation Resilience Fund – charities and community groups.
Lincolnshire Community Foundation – the most vulnerable, help local community organisations to respond and develop advice and support initiatives.
London Community Foundation – grass roots charities and community groups.
London Funders – £2m fund for organisations: immediate financial pressures, increasing demands for services, higher staff absences, fewer volunteers and lower donations. Wave 1 Grants open – costs in supporting communities, focus on food and essentials.
Foundation Derbyshire’s Coronavirus Fund – community groups and organisations – initial focus on food banks and befriending services.
The Langtree Trust – £50 to £1,000, local voluntary sector agencies and community groups in Gloucestershire. Priority given to church projects, youth groups, disabled and disadvantaged people.
London Landmarks – Local Landmarks Challenge. Runners identify their own local landmark, run a 5k, a 10k or a half marathon around it and raise money for charity. They have time until 3 May, anyone can participate, even if they could not secure a ticket for the main event.
Maanch Response Fund – including corporate and high net worth donors. Join platform (it’s free), then call them to discuss. Includes UK charities working internationally – elderly, children, food banks, mental health, medical research.
Manchester Community Support Fund – constituted community groups in Greater Manchester: up to £1k.
Manchester Wellbeing Fund – groups developing new ways of keeping in touch with the most vulnerable.
Maudsley Charity – South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) patients and staff: hospital and community services across Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark – and Bethlem Royal Hospital, Bromley.
Merton Giving – charities helping isolated households and those at risk.
Milton Keynes Emergency Response Appeal – charities and community groups; vulnerable people.
Morecambe Bay Foundation Appeal Fund – details to be released.
Newcastle upon Tyne Community Foundation – small, local charities and community organisations and which have previously received support: vulnerable groups. Will not be accepting applications.
Norfolk Community Foundation – up to £1,000 to support community action to help vulnerable people.
Northamptonshire Community Foundation – rapid support to charities and community organisations providing care and support for elderly and vulnerable people.
Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner – sustain delivery of crucial community projects; £200k available for organisations, with the PCC office taking applications of grants of up to £5,000.
Oxford Community Foundation – to meet new needs appearing, new ways of meeting existing needs, to recover, if operations or income are interrupted.
Quartet Community Foundation – West of England: up to £5k – elderly, people with disabilities and/or underlying health difficulties, homeless people, low income families, refugees and asylum seekers, people experiencing food poverty.
Salford CVS – VCSE organisations – up to £500: food and household items to vulnerable groups, phone-based and other practical support to vulnerable groups/self-isolated households, emotional wellbeing and mental health support.
Steve Morgan Foundation – £1m per week to charities in North Wales, Merseyside and Cheshire to help the most vulnerable members of society.
Suffolk Community Foundation – older people at risk (typically over the age of 70), vulnerable people with medical conditions, those that have limited support networks, those picking up extra
Surrey Coronavirus Response Fund – groups responding to the needs of vulnerable people.
Sussex Community Foundation – local charities and community groups.
Somerset Community Foundation – grants on a rolling basis, beginning as soon as funds become available.
Staffordshire COVID-19 Support Fund – each county councillor has £2,500 to support community groups in their area.
The Community Foundation for Stoke & Staffordshire – individuals and organisations with the immediate and unexpected costs.
Surrey Homelessness & Housing Society – activities that manage the risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 and implement preventative measures to support this population
Two Ridings Community Foundation – up to £2k, community organisations preparing to respond, development of advice and support initiatives, groups that provide vital community support. North East England.
United in Hammersmith & Fulham – micro grants directly to groups. Focusing on the extra needs of at-risk groups, including people with complications severe enough to require hospital care, unable to cope with isolation, living in poverty.
Wiltshire and Swindon Coronavirus Response Fund – prioritise groups supporting individuals who are most affected by the outbreak, particularly those facing issues brought about by isolation or loss of income.
West Berkshire & North Hampshire – Greenham Trust – £250,000, charities and voluntary organisations supporting the elderly and vulnerable people.
Worthing Community Chest – grants of up to £250 for small, ad hoc, neighbourhood projects.
Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation – smaller charities, £250 and £2,000, helping communities, including running, staff and travel costs as well as volunteer expenses. 6 April.
Young Barnet – brilliant people, so no surprise they’ve created a task force of charities to build a fund to support Barnet grassroots organisations in providing frontline support.