Does your organisation provide grant funding, issue contracts or offer loan finance?
The Funder Zone area of our site is for grant funders, public sector commissioners and loan providers who provide funding to voluntary and community organisations, charities and social enterprises.
Through the Funder Zone you can:
- Request to edit and add new information about your opportunities
- View activity on Funding Central that relates to your programmes
- Share information, hints and tips about your programmes
- View user comments
- Promote your events.
Access the Funder Zone
To request access to the Funder Zone you need to be registered on Funding Central.
Go to your Funding Central profile.
Click on the 'Your Organisation' tab and check the box at the bottom 'My organisation provides grant funding, issues contracts or offers loan finance - I would like access to the Funder Zone.'
We will send you an email once access has been set up on your account.
If you are new to Funding Central you'll need to create an account.
In order to access the funder zone please log on.
Adding new funding opportunities
If you have a new fund to add to Funding Central please complete our Fund Information Template & FAQs and send it to us firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to update a listing, add a new document or set the opportunity as closed please email us with the name of the fund and your changes to email@example.com
How the Funder Zone can support your work
"Without having had our fund advertised for us on Funding Central, we’d never have experienced this level of need.” Lucy-Jayne Cummings, Grants Administrator, LandAid
LandAid Charitable Trust leverages property industry experience and resources from over 50 corporate supporters to help socially or economically disadvantaged young people in the UK.
When one of LandAid’s grant opportunities was featured on Funding Central applications jumped six-fold. This sudden surge led LandAid to clarify and better communicate its funding criteria and develop an efficient online application process to help reduce the administrative burden.
By reviewing their application guidance and processes LandAid told us they are now much further ahead with marketing and PR activities than it would be otherwise and had added benefit of more property companies coming forward to support the fund. A higher profile has also meant that LandAid has been able to reach a larger audience, and this has resulted in the Trust funding some great new organisations and projects which it wouldn’t otherwise have been aware of.