In challenging times for community groups, Crowdfund Wales hits £2m funding landmark.
Since 2016 Crowdfund Wales has helped 450+ grassroots organisations across the length and breadth of the country explore online fundraising, access grants and succeed at growing their income sustainably to support community projects.
Who is the winner of the Anjool Maldé Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2022?
In partnership with the Localgiving Foundation, the Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust are proud to announce the winners of their 2022 prizes. So after a particularly strong set of entries from across the UK, who is the Young Social Entrepreneur of the year?
The demand for grant funding in the UK’s third sector has never been greater. Giving by all UK foundations is worth over £8bn per year across multiple sectors and causes. Today’s changemakers need access to simple, streamlined, efficient and measurable funding process, and that's what we deliver.
Magic Little Grants 2022 is set to be our biggest programme to date as we will be awarding £500 grants to 2,650 charitable organisations! Applications will be open from Wednesday 16th March and will take just 10 minutes to complete. Make sure you don’t miss out. Find out more by clicking below.
We know that for grassroots organisations building a strong organisation and raising money for the causes you love can be a challenge. The team at Localgiving are proud to bring you a series of articles and guides to help you maximise the support for your team, recipients and wider community.
Being a member of Localgiving supports us to raise valuable donations for our work with young people and communities in Wales. We have also benefited from grants from the Western Power Distribution Community Matters Fund and webinars facilitated by Localgiving, providing useful information, guidance, and opportunities about fundraising. Thank you!
Stories from our community
Huddersfield Literature Festival
Its organisers are proud to showcase emerging writers and artists alongside major names and the festival offers a diverse programme of author talks, workshops, discussions, poetry, multi-arts performances, well-being projects, events for young people and more.
We speak exclusively to Helene Griffin, a Director at Cocoon Kids and a Creative Counsellor and Play Therapist about their work with children and young adults, which due to the cost-of-living crisis among other challenges, means their skills are greatly in demand.
Whilst there are many charities with a Veteran's focus, there are far fewer offering family support for partners or children. The team behind Hidden Warriors, all with military connections set out to change this and offer support for this important but often neglected group.