Making Your Changing Places Happen

Currently there is no set source of funding available for Changing Places, however there have been many successful campaigns that have raised money and awareness through online and offline campaigning and fundraising.

Your location and the type of organisation may depend upon the type of funding available to you and what you can apply for so it is worth doing your research and mapping out the options.

UK Government Based Funding:

Government Funding – Government Grants for the volunteer and community sector

Examples of Online Funding:

Crowd Funding – Set a campaign and a target amount to aim for, people donate for causes they feel are worthwhile to them.

Go Fund Me – Set a campaign and a target amount to aim for, people donate for causes they feel are worthwhile to them.

Examples of Funding for Voluntary Groups and Communities:

Greater London City Bridge Trust – Supporting charitable activity across Greater London, grants and funds available from surplus funds above bridge requirements.

Lottery Funding – Grants available from £300 to over £500,000 to organisations ranging from local groups to major national charities.

Trust for London – Charitable organisation that exists to reduce poverty and inequality in London by funding in the voluntary and community sector.

The Tudor Trust – An independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK.

Business Grants and Support:

Gov.uk Grants and Support Directory – Enables users to search for potential people to help with starting up a campaign.