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Welcome to Funding Wales the new funding search platform created by Third Sector Support Wales. Find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise using our free online search engine.

You can search hundreds of grant and loan finance opportunities from local, national and international sources.  From small grants to large capital projects we can help you find the funding you need.

To start searching for funding you must first complete the registration process.   Once registered you will be able to search for funding.  To maximise your chances of success you should also contact your local County Voluntary Council for support in developing your funding application.  To find out who your local County Voluntary Council is please visit Third Sector Support Wales.

Latest Funding Opportunities

Updated 14th Feb 2020
Flintshire & Denbighshire Conditional Grant Scheme

We donate to charities to support specific projects or ongoing costs, but only when the charity meets our criteria for donations. We do not ask you to fill out lengthy forms, or complete grant applications. A simple email will do.

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Updated 11th Feb 2020
Les Mills Fund for Children

Grants of up to £1,000 Available for Projects that Improve the Wellbeing of Children (UK)

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Updated 10th Feb 2020
Gwynt y Mor fund

A fund of £19 million is available from Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm for communities in coastal areas of Conwy, Denbighshire and Flintshire

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Updated 7th Mar 2019
Pembrokeshire Remakery makes use of funding help

The Pembrokeshire Remakery is a Community Interest Company operating in Pembrokeshire.  The Remakery aims to reduce the amount of household goods entering the waste stream by getting them…

Updated 17th Dec 2018
Antur Waunfawr talk about their experience of applying to Wolfson Foundation

Case study: Antur Waunfawr, Bryn Pistyll, Waunfawr, Caernarfon Antur Waunfawr was established in 1984 by R Gwynn Davies, with support from the local people in the Waunfawr area.…

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