Meet Mary Dawson and Rachel Boggs of the Wharfedale Foundation to find out more about the Foundation’s criteria for funding, which organisations it will fund, what kinds of projects it will fund and get tips on applying.

Date: Tuesday 14 June 2022
Time: 11am to 12pm
Venue: Online, via Zoom
Cost: Free for voluntary, community groups and charities

The Foundation gives grants of up to £2,500 (in some circumstances up to £5,000) to not-for-profit organisations with an annual income under £250,000 and up to £500 for organisations with an annual income under £50,000. It will fund projects in Yorkshire & Humber which help to build stronger communities by bringing communities together; supporting communities who feel marginalised and building bridges between communities. It typically funds projects which focus on neighbourhoods and communities of interest and which promote inclusion of people experiencing social and economic hardship. Applications are considered quarterly.

For further information about the Foundation go to:

The event will be very informal, and you will have the opportunity to ask Mary and Rachel questions.

Learning outcomes
Learn more about what can be funded
Check your planned request for funding (and your organisation) is eligible
Know what makes a successful funding application
Understand the application process

This course is interactive so you will be able to ask questions and join in discussions. It is suitable for: not-for-profit organisations, voluntary, community groups and charities in Leeds and/or Bradford with an annual income under £250,000. This is a free event and 10 places are available for community organisations in Leeds district.

To book a place, visit: