Norfolk Community Foundation offers a range of funding opportunities for charitable organisations, and we aim to support genuinely good ideas that will make a real difference to the lives of local people. Most of our funds will cover a range of project or activity costs.

We understand that applying for grants can be an additional challenge for staff and volunteers, and we aim to make it as simple as possible to access our funding.

If you are new to NCF grants, or are unsure your group or project is eligible, start by visiting our Guidance & Resources pages which take you through our process step by step. The Grants Team are also happy to talk through your plans before you begin an application if you need any help or guidance.

Browse the Funds currently open for applications below – you can use the filters to help identify a match for your project.  Opportunities will change throughout the year.

Fund filter

We found 9 results

Breckland Council Match Funding

Maximum Grant Over £5000 Area Breckland

Funding for groups working within the Breckland District Council area.

Broadland Community at Heart Grants

Maximum Grant up to £5000 Area Broadland

Grants are available under three funding strands: Community Activities Grant, Community Small Grant, Community Capital Grant.

Chiplow Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund

Maximum Grant up to £5000 Area King's Lynn & West Norfolk and North Norfolk

Grants are available to support voluntary and community organisations operating within a 10 mile radius of the Chiplow Project – a 4-turbine wind farm project located at Syderstone in Norfolk.

Healthy Norwich Fund

Maximum Grant up to £1000 Area Norwich Deadline 12 November 2018

Grants of up to £1,000 are available to support innovative projects that aim to encourage healthier and more active lifestyles for people of all ages living in the Heartsease area.

Nationwide Community Grants

Maximum Grant £50,000 Area Breckland, Broadland, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn & West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Norwich, and South Norfolk Deadline 7 December 2018

Grants of up to £50,000, over one or two years, are available for projects that support vulnerable people with their housing needs.