Update on the Community Grant for 2023
Over the last two years, we have provided a community grant to support organisers like yourselves to get involved in Great Big Green Week, and it has been brilliant seeing all the amazing projects, events and activities that have been put on as a result.
Unfortunately, we are disappointed to announce that we are unable to offer our community funding this year. However, we want to support you as much as possible in getting the potential funding you need to get involved with Great Big Green Week again this year, and for other projects you may have. Below, you can find a list of alternative funding opportunities and we will update this page with any more information and resources that may help you.
Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund
The UK is home to some of the most incredible species on earth, but we’re pushing nature to the brink. We all have the power to make a real difference to help bring nature back to life – that’s why Aviva, in partnership with WWF and the RSPB is giving £1 million to support community groups across the UK to protect and restore nature in their local area.
If you are hosting Great Big Green Week activities that involve protecting and restoring nature, this fund may be helpful.
Find out more here.
ActionFunder is a funding platform for non-profits in the UK looking for grants from businesses and foundations. The platform is home to over 6,000 charities, community groups and CICs seeking funding, and people across the country are using the platform to support their projects.
Signing is is quick and easy – and free! Find out more here.
Save The Children’s Children and Young People Climate Fund
Applications for this fund have now closed.
Other Recommended Funders
If you’re looking for organisations who provide funding to climate and nature focused community groups we’d recommend:
- The National Lottery’s Funding Programmes
- The National Lottery also recommend these other climate action funders.
- Aviva’s Community Fund
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