Other sources of funding and advice

Further Funding

Are you looking for funding?

We support local charities, community and voluntary groups in Surrey whose work benefits our communities.


There are a variety of local funders that can assist you in your journey to find further support

We are aware that you will need to look for a variety of sources of funding. These are a few of the local funds that could help you:

The National Lottery Community Fund offers grants to charities supporting adults experiencing multiple disadvantage (including homelessness, substance misuse and domestic abuse).  For more details please see here.  

Mole Valley Grant Schemes

Mole Valley District Council is now accepting applications to their Capital, Small Grants  and Thomas Flack Grant funds: 

The Small-Grants Community Fund Grants up to £5,000 are available for revenue costs or for small improvements to community buildings. Funding rounds are quarterly. 

The Capital Fund is available to community and voluntary organisations in Mole Valley for capital projects. This includes projects such as community building improvements, new playground equipment and sports facilities. Funding applications up to £25,000 are recommended.

The Thomas Flack Trust Fund, which offers funding support for projects benefiting the residents of Leatherhead, Ashtead, Bookham and Fetcham. The fund has limited resources and therefore funding applications up to £25,000 are advised. 

Members’ Community Allocation

Each county councillor has £5,000 funding for 2021/22 to help residents, voluntary and community organisations deliver activities that benefit local people in their neighbourhoods. This funding is known as Members’ Community Allocation.  Find out more here.


Other grants schemes include:

Awards for All (from the National Lottery)
DaisyFest – fund for disabled artists
Esmee Fairbairn (environmental and conservation projects)
Guildford Poyle
The Hedley Foundation
Lloyds Bank
The National Churches Trust 
The Poundland Foundation (kit for youth sports teams)
Rural LEADER Fund (focus is rural economy and farming)
Surrey Community Projects Fund – for capital projects
Surrey County Council Members Allocations
Surrey Crisis Fund
Tesco Community Grants
Tudor Trust
Walton Charities


360 Giving lists over 100 different grant making organisations in the UK here.

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