Next #GiveMe5: 16th December

To mark #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving, we pledged to double 1,000 x £5 donations made to local charities on the day!

We're now in the process of randomly selecting the successful donations and will be informing donors and charities via email soon. 

You can get involved again on Friday the 16th December, as we'll be running the campaign again as part of the government's newly launched Local Charities Day. Our 2015 Local Charity & Community Group Sustainability Report found that many local organisations struggle to raise awareness of their cause, so it's fantastic to have a day to shine a spotlight on the great work of local groups.

Find out more information about our #GiveMe5 campaigns here. 

Join Localgiving

Access tools, training and advice to help your charity fundraise online.

Become a member

Take on a challenge

Set up a FREE fundraising page and raise funds on behalf of a local charity.

Set up your page

Make a donation

Search for a local charity or community group in need of your support.

Find a charity

Support our work

Learn more about our programmes and how you can help support Localgiving.

See how you can help

Grow Your Tenner is now closed

This year's campaign has reached more charities than ever before, with more than 1,300 local groups receiving match funding for donations from 20,000 individuals. 

Next match fund: 16th December

Grow Your Tenner may be over, but we've got a #GiveMe5 match fund campaign coming up on the 16th December. Find more details here. 

Not a Localgiving member yet? Join us to benefit from regular match funds, one-to-one support and more.

  • The STAR Centre

    The STAR Centre is the main support agency in Rossendale for Domestic Abuse.  We are a registered charity, established in 1996. We provide a support service to women and their families who are experie...

    Find out more
  • Sexyouality

    SexYOUality exists to promote the health,well-being and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) young people across Cambridgeshire. We work to raise awareness of the impact of prejudice a...

    Find out more
  • Merseyside YouthBank

    Merseyside YouthBank exists to represent local young people in decision-making, to encourage and support them financially to deliver projects and services that can improve the quality of life for them...

    Find out more
  • TIR CONAILL HARPS GAC

    To strengthen communities in Glasgow through the provision of gaelic sports for young people in an affordable, safe and fun environment.

    Find out more
  • P.A.L.S. (Pro Active Lifestyle and Swimm...

    To provide people in Somerset a way to improve their mobility by encouraging the use of water to get fit, keep fit and to adopt a healthy life-style. To improve life-style by providing outings, meetin...

    Find out more
  • CAIRDE Teo

    CAIRDE is the Irish language translation of 'friends'. Our third sector company focuses on micro-business incubation; employment, training and learning opportunities and action research projects. CAIR...

    Find out more

            Planting, Play and Birds of Prey in the North West

Planting, Play and Birds of Prey in the North West

28 Nov 2016

Thanks to generous funding from the players of the People’s Postcode Lottery, Localgiving has been running a Regional Development Programme in the North West of England which has been supporting local charities who are engaged in projects which benefit the environment, or help people to ...

Read more

            Open University launches new Voluntary Sector courses

Open University launches new Voluntary Sector courses

14 Nov 2016

On October 12th the Open University Business School launched its new Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership in London, where they launched two new free, flexible and open learning courses on voluntary sector leadership. Full details of the launch conference and the courses are here, and some clips ....

Read more

            Workshop: Fundraising with Video

Workshop: Fundraising with Video

09 Nov 2016

  The way we fundraise and give is changing rapidly. As street and phone fundraisers are declining in potency and technology presents us with new possibilities, how do we tell our story most effectively to reach our goals, promote our causes and actively engage our ...

Read more

We depend on a steady stream of smaller donations via Localgiving. These donations alone give us the assured income to meet our operational costs. Matched funding, sponsored by both Localgiving and the Community Foundation have further bolstered our funds to allow us to undertake capital improvements to the Shed.

Peter Gallagher, Men In Sheds - Milton Keynes