Take a look at our open and upcoming grants programmes below to get a sense of the types of grant you can apply for.
We recommend you check our Applying for a Grant section first to see if you’re eligible and what our application process involves.
Wesleyan Foundation Large Grants
This programme seeks to fund established organisations that focus on health, social and education.
£2,000 to £10,000
24/07/2019 at 12 noon
The Leeds Fund: Small Grants
The Leeds Fund encapsulates Leeds Community Foundation’s values and vision of creating a city of opportunity for all. This round is focused on community capacity building and cohesion.
£500 to £2,500
22/08/2019 at 12 noon
Big Change Leeds Fund
Big change Leeds is a positive alternative giving campaign designed to question behaviours and raise awareness of alternative ways to help to people in need on the street of Leeds city centre, by donating on online.
Up to £2,500
22/08/2019 at 12 noon
Pears Youth Fund
This fund encourages projects that actively involve young people in their design and delivery and that focus on voice, engagement and influence.
Up to £10,000
Leeds and Bradford
26/09/2019 at 12 noon
The Leeds Fund: Micro Grants
The Leeds Fund: Micro Grants support individuals and small groups delivering locally-based grassroots activity in communities across Leeds.
£100 to £500
Henry Smith Charity
We are able to offer advice on applications to the Henry Smith Charity but we do not accept applications directly for this Fund.
£20,000 to £180,000
Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield
Upcoming Grants Programmes
We manage a number of upcoming grant programmes which have yet to open or are currently closed for applications but are likely to re-open in the future.
Supporting voluntary and community groups across Leeds.
Leeds Fund Small Grants
Projects that encapsulate Leeds Community Foundation’s values and vision of creating a city of opportunity for all.
Winter Wellbeing Grants
Supporting projects that target vulnerable people across the age spectrum in Leeds who are the most susceptible to the adverse effects of cold and severe weather.
Community Partnering Fund
Supporting groups that are tackling fuel poverty, promote STEM and promote the Priority Services Register (PSR).
The High Sheriff of West Yorkshire Fund
Supporting law and order in the widest sense, and particularly initiatives to reduce crime and rehabilitate offenders within West Yorkshire.
Ideas that Change Lives Grants
Business guidance and financial investment to help organisations and individuals to develop socially enterprising ideas that enable people in Leeds with care and support needs to remain independent.
Lunch Clubs Grants
Supporting the day to day running costs of lunch clubs for older people, promoting social inclusion and good nutrition.
The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation Fund
Supporting community groups and enterprises to improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of local people in the communities of greatest need.