We share news for people working in the Creative Sector – offering career progression, skills development, business development, or funding opportunities.
Are you planning a visual arts project? You may be eligible to apply for National Lottery Project Grants.
To support UK-based Global Majority artists in bringing an existing show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Heritage Fund provide funding for heritage projects from £3,000 up to millions of pounds.
Creative Catalyst 2023 will fund business innovation within the creative industries through targeted and continuous support.
Do you work in moving image for storytelling? Do you have a new idea?
Applications now open for small-scale grant applications from UK-based grassroots music venue.
The Blue Spark Foundation provide funds for projects initiated or undertaken by schools, colleges or community groups in England to
West Yorkshire Combined Authority are offering a £1 million fund which will help businesses towards their energy bills.
Create Equity is launching an investment fund for ethnically diverse and female founders in the creative industries, media, and sport.
Financial Resilience Improved financial resilience represents one of the Arts & Culture Finance team’s key outcomes for its investees. Financially
A new £23 million social impact investment fund for socially driven arts, culture and heritage organisations registered and operating in
The Philip Bates trust is seeking applicants for this years grant scheme.
Creative UK are offering a new short-term loan to help creative companies affected by the delays in R&D and Video
Learn more about Wakefield Council Culture Grants and the application process.
As part of their commitment to supporting artists, a-n is offering bursaries of £500 to £1,500 on a monthly cycle
The Centre for Cultural Value’s Collaborate fund supports innovative new research partnerships between cultural sector practitioners and academics.
The White Pube Creatives Grant is a one-off £500 grant to be given out to a different working class creative
This Fund supports work which enables pupils in formal education settings to thrive through engagement with high quality, arts-based learning.
Theatres Trust's Small Grants is funding small projects that make a big impact to a theatre’s resilience, sustainability, accessibility or
The Heritage Innovation Fund support projects to explore, test and grow new ways of working across the heritage workforce.
HSBC are offering funding investments for small and medium-sized female led businesses to realise their potential.
Collaboration between musicians and creatives from other fields can create powerful results.
The funding will support cultural, creative and heritage activity across the district.
Wakefield Council are pleased to announce their new Culture Grants are now live.
The Schroder Charity Trust makes grants of up to £5,000 to charities that work in arts, culture and heritage.
Music creators can apply for financial support towards recording and releasing music.
For those working in creative industries in the UK, these loans can help you develop your creative pursuit.
Fund launched to help the UK's independent screen sector export content to markets around the world.
Grants for young Yorkshire people up to age 35 and registered charities.
Nova programme to provide funding to potential social entrepreneurs.
£3.1m is now available in blended loan and grant financing as part of support for arts and culture organisations.
Visit Wakefield First to access dedicated Business Support and to answer your questions on the impact of coronavirus on your
Musicians Union Hardship Fund In response to the widespread cancellation of work that has hit the music profession as a
A range of new measures to help small business boost their connectivity, cash flow and confidence.
These short videos from CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) provide top tips on how to write a successful funding application. https://www.cafonline.org/charities/resilience/survive/how-to-write-a-great-grant-application
Where you do not qualify for any of the above grants, and / or are not able to take on
The Self- Assessment payment on account that is ordinarily due to be paid to HMRC by 31 July 2020 may
All businesses and self-employed people in financial distress, and with outstanding tax liabilities, may be eligible to receive support with