Magic Little Grants - grant funding
Magic Little Grants 2021 is now live and you can send in applications! We will be funding 2000 organisations across 8 different funding themes and will be continuing our partnership with the People’s Postcode Lottery to fund £500 grants. Click below to find out more.
We work to build the capacity of lesbian and bisexual women and their families. As one of the most invisible groups in NI society lesbian and bisexual women are often left out of the equation. We workFind out more
West London Welcome
West London Welcome is a free drop-in centre for refugees, asylum seekers and migrants and the first of its kind in the area. The centre caters primarily to vulnerable displaced individuals and commuFind out more
St Petrocs Cornwall
Our mission is to provide accommodation, support and advice to the single homeless of Cornwall. Often falling outside the responsibility of statutory authorities, the single homeless often are sleepinFind out more
Baby Bank Network Bristol
The Baby Bank Network redistributes baby items like clothes, slings and cots that have been used and loved by parents, but are no longer needed, to parents who cannot afford to buy these items new orFind out more
Celebrating 40 years of beavering away28 Sep 2021
Photo: Chris Economides & Mai Marley A few weeks back, I had the absolute pleasure of visiting one of the Localgiving groups in Wales, Barry Beavers Disabled Swimming club. The purpose of the visit was to hear more about the club’s fundraising aims, the amazing work it does ...
Blooming Marvellous – community gardens and how to fund them10 Aug 2021
Over the course of the pandemic, access to green spaces has become increasingly important. People are recognising the benefits of connecting with nature, growing their own food and the positive impact being in the great outdoors has on your mental well-being. Sadly, according to data from The ...
Scouting for Funds30 Jun 2021
One of the Crowdfund Wales Programme’s newest members, Cardiff and Vale Scouts, has used a blended approach to their fundraising to raise much needed cash. Area Commissioner Julian Jordan approached Localgiving as he was keen to start to raise money online but realised that for the first ...
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.