WCC Councillors’ Grant Fund 2020/21 (CLOSED round 2 to open in the autumn)
The Warwickshire County Council Councillors’ Grant Fund is aimed at community and voluntary organisations. It provides each of our 57 Councillors with a pot of £6,000 to support small-scale projects within their division.
Each County Councillor has funding to support voluntary and community groups in their area to be resilient, safe, and connected. No match funding is required.
In Warwick District, County Councillors will use part of their funding usually reserved for the Community Forum Grant Fund. Please see the guidance notes to see the amount of funding each Warwick District Councillor has made available for the COVID-19 Support Fund.
This fund is currently closed please check back later in the year for updated information
Warwick District Community Forum Grant Scheme 2020/21
This fund is now closed. The next round of funding will launch in Autumn 2020.
The County Councillors in Warwick District have made a portion of their funding available for the first round of the County Councillors' Grant Fund, as noted above.
Community Computers Scheme
The Community Computers scheme is currently closed please check back later in the year
Business grants, loans and finance
Funding opportunities such as European Funding, National Lottery and Green Funds. Business grants, loans and finance – more information
Grant advice and searches
For funding advice and to conduct a funding search please visit:
Borough and District Council grant schemes
- North Warwickshire Borough Council
- Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
- Rugby Borough Council
- Stratford-on-Avon District Council
- Warwick District Council
Town and Parish Council grant schemes
- Stratford Town Trust
- Kenilworth Town Council
- Royal Leamington Spa Town Council
- Warwick Town Council - Community funding
National Lottery Funding
This site allows you to search for information on current funding programmes across the UK.
Coalfields Regeneration Trust
The Trust works in two main areas. They are a grant-maker and they are actively involved in supporting projects on the ground in coalfield communities.