Help with funding picture

Community Links Bromley provides support to organisations in applying for funding and submitting bids. We deliver regular workshops and training on topics including writing bids and applying for specific funding opportunities. We promote the latest funding opportunites and funding-related training available to the voluntary sector, primarily through our website and our weekly e-bulletin.

Follow the links on the right to view funding opportunites and subscribe to our e-bulletin.

If you'd like to apply for any of the funding opportunities in our e-bulletins and/or on our website, we are happy to provide support in the development of your funding applications. Please contact our Funding & Development Officer, Stephen Smith at fdo@communitylinksbromley.org.uk.

 

COVID-19 emergency fund for Bromley's voluntary sector

Our current Emergency Fund has now closed for applications.

Help us provide further support to voluntary organisations in Bromley by donating to our COVID-19 emergency funding pot: 

Write a winning funding bid

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) have a free, short video training course on their website, plus other resources such as a case study funding proposal. Check their Know How Non-Profit web pages for these and lots of other relevant support for your charity.

 

Online fundraising

There are lots of online fundraising platforms out there. Produced in Summer 2018 by Superhighways this 2 page factsheet compares and contrasts popular online fundraising platforms.  It includes the costs involved, useful features and support on offer which may help you choose the platform which best suits your organisation. 

 

Fundraising for your church

Parish Resources is a website site is provided by the Church of England’s National Stewardship & Resources team. It offers a range of Funding Guides to help parishes raise funds for large fundraising appeals (building projects) as well as funding the on-going mission of the church. These simple "how-to" guides were developed by a Good Practice Group established by the National Stewardship Committee.