Free online funding search tool for Community organisations.
The Lincolnshire Funding Portal is an online hub of grants and funding information. It has a user friendly website that allows you to quickly and easily filter through hundreds of grant schemes and find funding suitable for your project or organisation.
- Social Enterprises
- Community groups
- Parish & Town Councils
- Religious & Faith organisations
- Community Interest Companies
- Search through hundreds of different sources of local and national grants and funding opportunities
- View the most up to date details about grant schemes and learn about new developments
- Find grant schemes of interest to you and save them in your favourites to access again later
- Download the latest guidance notes and application forms or get up to date contact details for funders
Funding for Community Projects in West Lindsey
Community Lincs is now administering two new grant schemes on behalf of West Lindsey District Council.
A small grant scheme offering grants of between £50 and £500 covering everyday project costs but also costs associated with training, feasibility studies, and the development and support of volunteers.
A large grant scheme supporting capital projects such as community facilities, sport recreational and heritage projects and projects that will improve tourism or the environment. You can apply for between £500 and £8000.
Detailed Guidance Notes along with key dates for submitting applications are available for both schemes through the district council website:
We would recommend reading the guidance notes carefully for more information before applying.
Contact details for our team managing the Large and Small Grant Schemes are:
Tel: 01529 301951 / 01529 301962
Top Ten Tips
- Check that you are eligible for the funding programme you’re planning to apply to.
- Thoroughly read the application pack and guidance notes.
- Use the support offered by the grants team if you are unsure about the application form and how to answer the questions
- Enclose all required supporting documents with your application, and make sure they all have the group’s name on them and they are up to date.
- If we require quotes then please send them and not links to websites.
- Prove that there is a concrete need/demand for the project. State clearly what you need the funding for, what you want to do and how you will spend the money.
- Make sure your figures add up
- Get someone to read the application before you submit it.
- Keep a copy of the application form so that you can refer to it if needed.
- Allow plenty of time from submitting your application to when you propose to start your project/work. At least two months for the small community grants programme. The large programme has only two rounds a year