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Information and Other Funders

These are resources or links to other funders and are managed externally.

Links to Support Organisations

Voluntary Action Leicestershire

VAL provide signposting to other funding opportunities: They are also able to help with advice on completing and submitting funding bids.

LeicesterShire and Rutland Sport (LRSport)

Support, advice and information for local sports clubs/organisations, schools, workplaces or businesses interested in getting involved in local activity, sport and wellbeing opportunities.

Muslim Charities Forum

A members organisation providing support, connections and representation for British Muslim charities –

Links to other local funders or funding resources

For funding specifically related to supporting organisations through the Covid pandemic, please see:

Anglian Water Positive Difference Fund Phase 2 : Launch Monday 11th January

To be eligible for funding, your project must benefit communities in the Anglian Water region (please see postcode finder and region maps below). Projects must support those in vulnerable circumstances, or those who are considered high risk (including those with pre-existing medical conditions and older people over 60) and help to:

Please read the Anglian Water Positive Difference Fund recovery phase criteria eligibilty in full before beginning an application

Use the postcode finder to check that your project is in the Anglian Water Region:

Link to apply:

Shire Grants

To view the current grants and funding opportunities primarily for Voluntary & Community Sector Groups and Organisations, Charities and Social Enterprises, please click on the link:

National Lottery

See their website for funding programmes available:

Leicestershire Funding Toolkit

Harborough District Council Community Grant Fund 2020-21

For full details on grant funding available and how to apply:

Please contact for further information.

Growing Communities

This is an awards program to encourage communities to get outdoors and reconnect with nature. This can be anything from school gardening to community tree planting to community growing of fruit and veg. The idea is to give people access to nature and reap the mental and physical benefits of being outdoors as well as helping the environment and tackle climate change.