Other Sources of Funding If your work doesn't fit with the current RFSA funding priorities’ then there may be other sources of funding that can help. Below are links to some alternative funding sources:
NFP Synergy - a comprehensive beginners guide to fundraising for small organisations Community Foundations help people and organisations to invest in local communities where it is most needed and where it will make most impact.
UK Community Foundations - the national membership and support organisation for individual community foundations. Collectively, its members are the largest community-focused grantmaking network in the UK.
Beehive - a tech for good project that uses information about your organisation or project to identify suitable funds for you. Easily check if you meet a given funder's eligibility criteria to prevent you wasting time and effort applying to the wrong funder.
GrantNav - a free-to-use open data platform that enables you to access and explore funder information from UK grantmaking organisations. You can search by multiple criteria including by funder, recipient, location and keywords for thousands of grants.
NCVO Funding Central – a searchable database providing access to funding and finance opportunities from grants to contracts and loans, as well as tools and resources to help develop appropriate income strategies for third sector organisations.
Directory of Social Change - a source of information and training for the voluntary and community sector. Access to guides on trust funding, company giving, government funding and grants for individuals is by subscription. There is also an extensive range of publications for purchase as well as a listing of news and press releases.