Favourite funders for arts activities
Our Favourite Funders are funders that are particularly useful for small community groups based in Brighton & Hove. Some of them also fund organisations in other areas.
This is a list of funders for arts based projects, activities and organisations.
We try to keep Favourite Funders information as up to date as possible. If you notice something is out of date or wrong, please let us know. If you have successful applied for funding from an organisation that is not listed, and think it may be a useful funder for other Brighton & Hove groups, please let us know.
We also have a subscription to Trustfunding.org.uk. This is a database of UK trusts, with information about the kinds of things they fund and how to apply. If you are a Sussex based community group you are welcome to use it for free at the Resource Centre – just contact us to book a time to come in.
Click on the Links tab above for more useful sources of information about funders.
Grants available for: Priority for projects involving children, community involvement, and diversity. 10% partnership funding needed.
Size of grants given: From £1000 to £100,000, but most grants under £30,000
Grants available for: to enable projects to achieve match funding. Arts Partnership grants generally 5-10% of total project cost.
Size of grants given: £500 to £2500
Next deadline: 2013: 5 Jul, 4 Oct
Grants available for: Projects that improve access to high-quality music making activities for 3-18 year olds, run by not-for-profit organisations
Size of grant available: Up to £250,000
Next deadline: 5th October 2013
The services listed below are not provided by the Resource Centre. These are websites and services we feel are particularly useful for small groups in Brighton & Hove, and which are not easy to find by searching the internet.Other services you might find useful